Shannon Nickinson

Shannon Nickinson Project Manager

Community

Festival on the Green opens

PRESS RELEASE — The 14th annual Festival on the Green will return on April 4 and 5 at the University of West Florida. Read full story

Community

Sign the volunteer wall

During National Volunteer Month, local nonprofits want Pensacolians to get into the spirit of giving. Read full story

Community

Studers, Vigodskys partner in BLAB

PRESS RELEASE — Today BLAB TV and Studer Community Development announced a partnership which will build on the 30-year history and impact of BLAB TV and local programming. Read full story

News

What Pensacon brings to the table

Pensacon drew more than 11,000 people to the Pensacola Bay Center over three days. How that turnout could be key to expanding Pensacola's tourism season. Read full story

Community

Fish hatchery project group

The proposed fish hatchery at Bruce Beach does not stand alone. Read full story

Commentary

"Can we get there?"

Jerry Maygarden seemed to have more on his mind this morning that just bringing change to the Pensacola Chamber of Commerce. Based on the tone and tenor of his speech at the chamber’s monthly Gopher Club breakfast, the former mayor, legislator and business leader is out to Pensacola itself. Read full story

News

Bruce Beach Hatchery: Gil McRae Q and A with graphic

Fish are Gil McRae’s thing. Read full story

Shannon's Window

Shannon's Window: Moving Bruce Beach forward

Bruce Beach deserves its time in the sun. Read full story

Community

Shannon's Window: The new college choice

It’s hard to think when you’re hungry. Read full story

Community

Pensacola Jazz Festival ready to swing

Hep cats and cool kittens, get ready to swing. Read full story

Shannon's Window

Shannon's Window: Rethinking high school

This article in The Atlantic is one of several efforts in the last few months to highlight the “skills gap” between what the American public education system produces and what the work force demands. Read full story

Community

Gear up, baseball fans

Look alive, Pensacola baseball fans. Read full story