Can there really be too much of a good thing? Nope. Not when we’re talking about locally brewed beer.
Downtown Pensacola’s Palafox Street is well renowned for its dining and nightlife, but locals know to look just off the main drag to the historic Belmont-DeVilliers neighborhood for some of the city’s best Southern culture and fare.
The term biodiversity has multiple meanings. Some look at it in terms of genetics, others ecosystems, but most look at it in terms of species. Simply put, biodiversity is the variety of life within a system.The system could be on a small scale, such as a pond, or on a much larger one, like an ocean.
They named it the “lost island.”
Pensacola Beach in winter is a beachcomber’s heaven, providing a unique experience unlike any other time of the year.
Grab a pair of binoculars and a camera with a zoom lens to enjoy viewing some of Pensacola’s most beautiful winter visitors, which we locals love to call our original snowbirds.
Spotting wild dolphins is on the top of many people’s “sand-bucket” list. These captivating marine mammals are so adored and celebrated that even the locals are always on the lookout for them.
Some people want to experience a new culture. Others like to see historic landmarks. And some of us just want to party. Here’s a tour that can satisfy all three – but mainly that last group.
Pensacola’s beautiful beaches and historic downtown make it a destination, but you’ll find the locals in East Pensacola.
Pensacola Beach has its native sons and daughters, to be sure. But it embraces many more adopted ones.
Unfamiliar with oysters? Just think of them as chicken livers of the sea.
If Downtown Pensacola was assigned a film rating, the result would be “Rated E for everyone.”
Welcome to Century, the “northern gate to the Sunshine state.”
The University of West Florida has partnered with the Institute for Human and Machine Cognition located in downtown Pensacola to develop a doctoral program in intelligent systems and robotics. The program will be the first of its kind in Florida and one of only a few in the nation.
The Pensacola Mardi Gras Grand Parade is one of the biggest Mardi Gras celebrations on the Gulf Coast with up to 100,000 people attending.
Jan. 5 marks the end of one holiday season in Pensacola, and the beginning of another.
As Pensacola continues to grow and flourish, so does its culinary scene as the city focuses on a more “Gulf-to-Table” movement. Follow along as we explore some of the freshest catch-of-the-days Pensacola has to offer.
Pensacola’s History Written in Architecture
Pensacola’s importance as a military town stretches back much further than today’s Navy bases. Right here in Pensacola, we have the remnants of forts that date to the Revolutionary War