WEEK OF November 16 – November 23

Pensacola Umbrella Sky Project Through Sat. Feb. 3 98 East Intendencia St. Pensacola For more details (850) 434- 9095. Jacksonian Guard Colors Ceremony Through Sat. Dec. 16 12 p.m. – 12:30 p.m. Plaza Ferdinand Pensacola Details (850) 466-5220, visitpensacola.com/event/ jacksonian-guard-colorsceremony/ 1828. 33rd Annual Frank Brown International Songwriters’ Festival November 9-19th From Downtown Pensacola and Perdido Key, Florida, into Orange Beach, […]


Briahna Ballay sends the ball downfield in the Lady Dolphin JV’s 8-0 win at West Florida.

Dolphins at state

GBHS boys cross-country coach James Fox (center) poses with Connor Creel (left) and Ryan Von Brock (right), who represented Gulf Breeze at Saturday’s 3A state meet. Von Brock was 14th out of 187 runners with a time of 16:29.94, while Creel was 75th with a time of 17:21.88.

Stanford victory stumps all the Gurus

Stanford’s win over ­Washington last week stumped all six Gridiron Gurus. It was the only loss for both Philip Gibson and Mike Aguado, who remain 1-2 in the ­standings heading into this weekend’s game. Philip leads Mike by one game. This weekend’s games are the “calm before the storm” in terms of preparation for rivals (with the exception being the […]


Thursday, Nov. 16 Boys soccer at West Florida, JV 5 p.m./Var. 7 Girls soccer vs. Tate, JV 5:30 p.m./ Var. 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 18 Boys soccer vs Arnold, 11 a.m. Monday, Nov. 20 Soccer vs Pine Forest, Var girls 5 p.m., Var. boys 7 Boys basketball at Milton (preseason), 8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 21 Boys soccer vs Navarre, JV […]

Heartbroken again

Three second half picks prove costly in 38-35 regional quarterfinal loss at Crestview

It’s a scene Dolphin football players are unfortunately all too familiar with. Twelve months ago, Tate scored with six seconds left in the game, foiling the Dolphins’ chance at their first ever postseason win. Friday, the Dolphins had the ball in the final three minutes, with a chance at a go-ahead score, but the last of three second-half interceptions allowed […]


It’s more exciting to shop for houses when there are a lot of Open Houses to browse, and on Sunday, Nov. 12, shoppers had their choice of 20 homes in Gulf Breeze, Pensacola Beach, Pensacola and the Tiger Point area. Buyers could browse the map in Gulf Breeze News to decide which houses were in their preferred price range and […]

Jigsaw – more gore fun or pointless bloody idiocy?

“Jigsaw” is the eighth movie in the “Saw” franchise, and the first new movie in the series since 2010’s “Saw 3-D.” I love rituals, traditions and regularity, in general, particularly if they are odd, off-putting and strange. For a few years in the late 2000s (“the aughts”) the shaggy, devoted goofball geeks who avidly follow and immerse their twisted consciousness […]

GBHS won a trophy

Members of Gulf Breeze High School Student Government pose with the OneBlood trophy the school earned for beating Navarre in blood units donated during Navarre week.

The awards go to … GBHS DRAMA!

Gulf Breeze High Drama Troupe 4105 brought home several trophies from Florida Theatre Conference in Gainseville this past weekend – sweeping the One Act Festival competition involving 18 One Acts performed by high schools, with four of those being performing arts high schools. This was the second year in a row that Gulf Breeze swept all the top awards, but […]