Felix’s hosts a tasting event

The staff of Felix’s restaurant on Pensacola Beach got a chance to host local dignitaries and VIPs at a tasting event on Saturday, Nov. 27. The restaurant, which until last year was called Hemingway’s, is a new concept for the property and is affiliated with a New Orleans-based chain that has locations in Louisiana and Mississippi. Guests were treated to […]

Edward Jones Advisor Diane Lindsey collecting Toys for Tots

Diane Lindsey, a local Edward Jones financial advisor, is supporting the the U.S. Marine Corps Toys for Tots program by using her office as a dropoff location for this year’s toy drive. Local residents may help needy children in the area by bringing in a new, unwrapped toy to the office, 1101 Gulf Breeze Parkway, Building 6, Suite 16, during […]

Socks and undies drive continues through Dec. 10

Gulf Breeze News is collecting socks and underwear to distribute to local schools who will identify students in need. Socks and underwear are the most requested and least donated items, and your donations will help make sure students have the clothing they need to stay warm and dry. Bring your new, unopened packages of socks and underwear, to fit students […]

Isadora, an orangutan, is born at the Gulf Breeze Zoo

The Gulf Breeze Zoo announced the recent birth of a female orangutan named Isadora who will serve as an important ambassador for her species. “We have a lot to be thankful for this Thanksgiving,” said Jamie McMaster, director of Gulf Breeze Zoo. “Every birth to our zoo is significant, but this particular arrival is especially exciting, since orangutans are a […]

Felix’s to open soon

Felix’s Restaurant and Oyster Bar, a staple of the French Quarter in New Orleans for years, is coming to Pensacola Beach as soon as the new venue’s fire inspection is complete. The full service restaurant, located on the water at 400 Quietwater Beach Road, is looking forward to utilizing three levels of delicious eating and great socializing space at its […]

Donating to the cause

Janice Lagasse brings her donation of new underwear to the Gulf Breeze News sock and underwear drive for Gulf Breeze area schools. Several schools have already indicated a need for socks and underwear for students. Bring your donations by Dec. 10 to Harbourtown Unit 35 or, if your business would like to become a donation point, call LIsa Newell at […]

Gulf Breeze Area Historical Society hears of the UFO Era

Art Hufford took the Gulf Breeze Area Historical Society audience back to the first leg of his personal journey in the “Gulf Breeze UFO Story” on Thursday, Oct. 21, at the Gulf Breeze Community Center. The room was packed with a large audience ready to hear about this interesting part of Gulf Breeze History. Hufford’s interest in UFOs began when […]

Dyandra Mendoza collaborating on music video

“Driver” is the latest project for Gulf Breeze recording artist Dyandra Bonet Mendoza, 27, a 2012 Gulf Breeze High School graduate. Mendoza, who got her start singing on the Calvary Chapel (now Coastline Calvary Church) praise and worship team, currently has many of her original songs available on all the streaming services. Now, she and Fort Walton Beach artist, Blair […]

Get ready to fill the Mayflower with Manna Nov. 22-23

Thanksgiving is around the corner, and that means it’s time to Fill the Mayflower truck for Manna Food Bank with healthy food for children, families, senior citizens and individuals in need right here in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties. Coastal Moving & Storage, Cat Country 98.7, NewsRadio 92.3, WEAR ABC 3 News, and Manna invite the public to donate nonperishable […]

GB church plans ‘Blessing of the Pets’

The Rev. Bill Lamont of Gulf Breeze Presbyterian Church at 100 Andrew Jackson Trail and the congregation invite the community to the church’s annual Blessing of the Animals service at 10 a.m. Nov. 14. “The Blessing of the Animals service is very popular with all God’s creatures, two- and four-footed alike. We hope you’ll come out and see why,” Lamont […]

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