George Touart passes away
The interim county administrator had been battling cancer and gave notice of his resignation last week.
IHMC hits the road for robotics competition
These bots are made for walkin’ — and openin’ doors, and surmountin’ obstacles — and that's just what they'll do, if everything goes according to plan.
Pensacola hosts national camellia convention
The American Camellia Society is holding its annual convention in Pensacola this week, culminating in a free show this Saturday.
PSC graphic design students showcase work
Last week, the DeVilliers Square building at 321 N. DeVilliers Street was transformed into an art gallery for the first graduating bachelor's class of PSC's graphic design program.
Florida’s outdated laws make domestic partnership registry necessary
Soon, gay couples in Pensacola could get some legal recognition. Unmarried straight couples, however, still face possible imprisonment under Florida law.
Progress and Promise launches with TV show, website
Journalist Shannon Nickinson has teamed up with Quint and Rishy Studer to develop Progress and Promise, a multimedia news outlet which aired its first episode on Monday.
Pensacon recreates tourism commercial with fandom characters
A shot-for-shot remake of the Visit Pensacola "Amy" ad, but with sci-fi, horror, and other popular fandom characters. How could I not post this?