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I know the first day of fall officially falls on September 22, but as I write this more than a week later, I feel the true beginnings of cool weather. Waking up to 60 degrees this morning was nothing short of liberating. For me, the summer heat becomes unbearable, even oppressive in August and September, so I am thrilled to re-enter the great outdoors and find some non-air conditioned adventures.
This month we are featuring one of the coolest homes I’ve seen in all my years of creating Home and Garden editions of Pensacola Magazine. The multi-level 1950s home is gorgeous, unique, functional and incredibly interesting. The physical home is enhanced by the lovely people who brought it back to life and proudly call it home. George and Liz Biggs, along with their four children, couldn’t imagine living anywhere else and after you read about their home in our Modern Eclectic spread, you’ll surely understand why.
October marks the beginning of many fall festivals and traditions. From corn mazes and haunted houses to First City Art Center’s Glass Pumpkin Patch and the Pensacola Interstate Fair, check out all of the ways you can fall into fun on page 17.
As much as fall is for getting outside and enjoying the brisk weather, it’s also all about snuggling up on the sofa and binge watching the new fall seasons of your favorite shows. Whether your faves are on network, cable or streaming platforms, Josh Newby has put together his list of must see fall TV. As for me, I’m looking forward to revisiting the folks on Transparent and Shameless as well as checking out the new Westworld on HBO. Happy binging!
All this plus, a Q&A with NWFL poet Laureate, Jamey Jones, info on the North Hill Tour of Homes, all the details on the upcoming Voodoo Music + Arts Experience in New Orleans and so much more.
Take this copy of Pensacola Magazine, find a nice outdoor spot and plan your own fall adventures! See you out there!