Exploring the UFO History and Cosmic Fun of Pensacola Beach
Unveiling the UFO History of Pensacola Beach: A Journey Through Time While Pensacola Beach's reputation as a pristine coastal destination is well-known, there exists a hidden and enigmatic history – [...]
Looking for Pensacola Beach hotels with balconies? Let’s explore some of Pensacola Beach’s best waterfront hotels with balconies, with top-rated amenities and unique experiences to complement the breathtaking views! […]
Pensacola Beach is a lively coastal destination that offers a delightful atmosphere celebrating fun, good music, and delicious food. Vacationers wondering where to see live music in Pensacola Beach are […]
4 Reasons to Stay at Pet-Friendly Pensacola Beach Hotels
Don’t settle on pet-friendly Pensacola Beach hotels that offer only the bare minimum of amenities and services. Any pet-friendly Pensacola Beach hotel should offer special amenities for guests like free [...]
This article is brought you by Scenic 98 Coastal, subscribe to their free weekly newsletter for more great articles every Wednesday morning! Julian MacQueen has been wildly successful in the hotel business with [...]
With its sparkling green waters, sugar-white sand, and dolphin spotted coast it’s unsurprising that Pensacola Beach is a highly coveted destination. This isn’t a new phenomenon, over the course of [...]
Justin Saxton’s Pensacola Beach story begins over 30 years ago in the mid ‘80s when he and his mom moved here from the Midwest. He was born Justin Shafer in Moline, IL in 1980—Shafer being his biological father’s last name. The early ‘80s in the Midwest were brutally cold and sent many families south in search of warmer weather, beautiful beaches, and the promise of new opportunities.
On a warm summer day in 1975, Daniel “Chappie” James, Jr. stood at attention on the parade grounds at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado and suddenly felt an added weight on his shoulders. A polished metal-clad star gleamed in the sunlight — a brand new fourth star pinned on his shoulders, marking an extraordinary point in time for a man and all of America.
Basil Kuloba, the founder of local Pensacola startup INERTIA Education Services, has ignited a passion for science in hundreds of Pensacola-area students. He explains in a Q&A how entrepreneurship in education is fueling his company’s drive to provide better education to all.
When Giuseppe “Joe” Patti began selling seafood out of the backdoor of his home in the summer of 1931, Pensacola was a fishing capital along the Gulf Coast of the United States, attracting thousands of immigrants from across the world to fish in the largely untapped waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Like many that had just arrived in Pensacola during the early years of the 20th century, Patti was an eager new resident ready to build his love of fishing into the American dream.