WEEK OF February 22 – February 28

Thursday, Feb. 22 at 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m. JACK BURNS EVENING LECTURE IHMC Pensacola 40 South Alcaniz St. Pensacola Presented by Florida Institute for Human & Machine Cognition. Feb. 23-25 Fridays and Saturdays 7:30 p.m. Sundays 2:30 p.m. THE MUSIC MAN Center for Fine and Performing Arts at the University of West Florida in Pensacola Friday, Feb. 23 at […]

‘Phantom Thread’: P.T. Anderson’s latest brilliant, brutal master stroke

  Paul Thomas Anderson is, almost inarguably, among the very best (if often one of the most challenging, inscrutable and difficult) movie directors working today. I love all eight of his films, including “Phantom Thread,” his latest piece, which surprised most Academy Award prognosticators this year by sneaking in as one of the nine nominees for Best Picture. If you […]

Family friendly and free: Seagrass Awareness Celebration is March 24

Often unnoticed and taken for granted, seagrasses sit at the bottom of our waterways. While prevalent and often not of interest to beachgoers, seagrass offers homes and protection to many different types of marine life. The 18th annual Seagrass Awareness Celebration will be held Saturday, March 24, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at Shoreline Park South. The event is […]

WRSE to host concert with Pavlo Simtikidis

International recording artist Pavlo Simtikidis is coming to Pensacola State College’s Jean & Paul Amos Performance Studio for an intimate concert on Sunday, Feb. 25. Simtikidis, from Toronto, is a two-time Juno (the equivalent of the Canadian Grammys) nominated guitarist who performs with Mediterranean and Flamenco stylings. He has released 11 albums in his 20-year career and has been the […]

‘Orphan Black’ star Evelyne Brochu moves to new role on ‘X Company’

Evelyne Brochu Submitted Photo Q: One of my favorite shows was “Orphan Black.” Can you tell me more about the actress who played Delphine? Bryan F., via email A: Evelyne Brochu is behind the breakout role of Dr. Delphine Cormier on the Canadian science fiction thriller, which made its way to the States via Amazon Prime. The series ended back […]

‘The Post’: Freedom of press story nobly wins the day

 If you are a studio executive in Hollywood, you might very well struggle daily, trying to negotiate the elements of both producing a “prestige,” “quality,” film, while also, somehow, making money for your company with more traditional, straightforward movie product. It is a very hard line to straddle. You want to put forth a good, relevant piece of art for […]

Five local stations team up for Radiothon to fund Studer Family Children’s Hospital

 The only children’s hospital in northwest Florida will benefit from the 20th annual Radiothon March 1-2, thanks to Cumulus Broadcasting. The Studer Family Children’s Hospital at Sacred Heart will be the focus when NASH FM 102.7, Soft Rock 94.1, Magic 106.1, News Talk 1370 and Jet 100.7 radio stations team up with Wind Creek of Atmore, Ala., and Cox Business […]

Netflix renews documentary spoof ‘American Vandal’

Tyler Alvarez Tyler Golden/NetflixQ: My girlfriend and I recently binge-watched “American Vandal” on Netflix. Will there be more episodes? — Victor F., via email A: The half-hour mockumentary, which spoofs shows such as “Making a Murderer” and “Serial,” has been renewed for an eight-episode second season by the streaming giant. Scheduled to air sometime this year (no date as yet), […]

WEEK OF February 15 – February 21

 Continues through Sunday Feb. 18 FEMFEST Various locations For information facebook.com/femfestpcola. Friday, Feb. 16, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. NEW PERSPECTIVES ON HEALTH CONFERENCE Marcus Pointe Baptist Church 6205 North W St. Pensacola Presented by Empowerment Parent Resource Center. Friday Feb. 16 at 1 p.m. UF/IFAS SANTA ROSA COUNTY EXTENSION PRESENTS SPRING VEGETABLE GARDENING Gulf Breeze Library 1060 Shoreline Dr. […]

‘Call Me By Your Name’ Is the Best Movie of the Year (so far … )

 It is, of course, very early in the calendar year of 2018 as I write this. I see a lot of movies and proudly will tell anyone that movies and film are probably the greatest passion in my life. I keep a constant running list of all the movies I see, and I rank them all as the year continues, […]

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