Stompfest brings Pensacola to life with rich cultural history

by Mya Clark, Editor

The second annual Stompfest took place at the Pensacola Bay Center on Nov. 2, featuring a diverse group of performances from fraternities and sororities, dance troupes, Booker T. Washington’s Marching Wildcat band and special performances by

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Undergraduates Over 40: Musician Finds Her Major at UWF

by Sarah Richards

“I was forty-four when I went back,” Rachel Giordano, a communications major at the University of West Florida, said.  “I had just gotten out of a divorce after twenty-two years of being married. Once that happened, I

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Marsha Ambrosius, Mannie Fresh and Steve Brown Headline StompFest 2019 in Pensacola

Submitted by Stompfest- Lamplighters Inc.

PENSACOLA, Fla. – On Saturday, November 2, 2019, StompFest 2019 will officially kick off the first weekend of Foo Foo Fest 2019 at the Pensacola Bay Center.  The mission of StompFest is to immerse the

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Foo Foo Festival set to take over Pensacola

by Mya Clark, Editor

The sixth annual Foo Foo festival is set to kick off in Pensacola on October 31 and will run until November 11. The 12-day arts, culture and entertainment celebration will showcase a variety of history, culture …

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Foo Foo Festival Stomps, Jives and Choirs Its Way to Pensacola October 31 – November 11

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PENSACOLA, Fla.  – When the 6th annual Foo Foo Festival opens in Pensacola, Fla. on October 31, visitors will find a plethora of music events to fit nearly any musical taste or inclination. From

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Carl Hiaasen, Miami-Herald columnist, speaks on First Amendment, weird Florida, shrinking newsrooms

by Sarah Richards

Photo courtesy of the University of West Florida

“I may be one of the only people in Pensacola to have appeared in an Andy Marlette cartoon and is still smiling,” Miami-Herald columnist, Carl Hiaasen, said at an

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Things to do in Pensacola this weekend

by Ashley Cole, Staff Writer

What: 7th Annual Bulls on the Beach: Live Professional Bull Riding
When: Friday and Saturday, September 6 and 7, 2019, gates open at 6:00, show starts at 8:00
Where: 17401 Perdido Key Drive, Pensacola, …

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First Amendment Lecture Series: Journalist, novelist, humorist Carl Hiaasen to lecture at New World Landing

by Sarah Richards

Crime and corruption with a bit of Floridian flair will be on the menu at New World Landing with novelist and columnist, Carl Hiaasen, as part of University of West Florida’s (UWF) Seligman First Amendment Lecture Series.…

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Local artist creates, connects through monster motif

by Hannah Guice, Staff Writer

Maria Landy is no outsider to the strange and stressful; she’s a sergeant for the Pensacola Police Department, after all. When the work day winds down, Landy finds consolation in creating and sculpting whimsical …

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Pensacola Museum of Art holds reception for ‘The Members Show’

by Taylor Picconi, Staff Writer

The Pensacola Museum of Art held a reception for their annual Members Art Show on Friday.

Members, along with their friends and family, packed the first and second floors of the museum. They enjoyed …

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