How UWF and PSC mold Women Athletes into Leaders

Pensacola has its sports darlings, the Blue Wahoos, the Ice Flyers and more recently the UWF Argonauts, but men are not the only ones leading the way in sports. Both the University of West Florida and Pensacola State College lead the way for women’s sports in Pensacola, and they represent the city just as well …
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USCG Cutter Decisive relocates to Pensacola

Out in the haze of Pensacola Bay, a tall white ship breaks through the mist. On its deck, a line of men stand at attention and another group peer toward the shore, readying docking buoys at their feet. The ship is the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Decisive (WMEC 629) and the 73 crewmembers are getting …
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Warhol exhibit showing in Pensacola

For decades Andy Warhol’s unique sense of art and zest for life have intrigued avid and casual art lovers alike. He spearheaded the Pop Art movement in the early 1960’s using every day items as the inspiration and subjects of his works. He revolutionized the art scene and quickly grew in international acclaim. Warhol’s iconic …
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Sugarland: ‘Bigger’ Than Ever

By Will Isern It’s been eight years since the country music duo of Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush, better known as Sugarland, released their last record, Incredible Machine. The Grammy winners best known for their 2006 song, “Stay” went on hiatus in 2010 and fans wondered if they’d ever return. Now they’re back with a …
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July’s Downtown Crowd: Sugarland on Reuniting After Eight Years

July’s Pensacola Magazine is All About Women