My Pensacola—Stephanie Sharp

Name: Stephanie Sharp Day Job: Intern at INWeekly Pensacola Resident Since: 1991 Good Eats: I’d never turn down a Monte Cristo from Sidelines or a gyro from Jordan Valley; those are two of my favorites. But I’ve been to the Tin Cow twice in the past week—so good and so new. I appreciate any place […]

A Howling Good Time

By Stephanie Sharp Forget the college football lineup for Saturday. The only competition you need to see this weekend is which pup will win Best Butt Wiggle at Pensacola Humane Society’s (PHS) Barktoberfest. For 18 years, PHS has given the Pensacola community a fall tradition that’s way cuter and more impactful than watching leaves change, […]

A Grand Opening

By Stephanie Sharp This weekend, Pensacola Symphony Orchestra is returning with a bang, opening with a show stacked with high-energy performances, a visiting virtuoso and three selections of music that will leave the audience thrilled for the rest of the 2018-2019 season. As the orchestra comes back together after months apart, opening night promises to […]

Fall Guide—Part 1 Festivals

By Joani Delezen, Stephanie Sharp & Toria Clarke Pensacola definitely knows how to turn up the heat during the summer, but we also know how to have a good time in the fall too. And most of those good times come courtesy of festivals, which we really do have at least one of pretty much […]

Shifting Tides and Trends

By Stephanie Sharp Blue Collards Events, a culinary events incubator based in Pensacola, has a vision for growing the market for premium oysters in the Southeast, something beyond the stereotypical dozen oysters with a pitcher of light beer at a local seafood joint. That vision starts with Peat & Pearls. Peat & Pearls is a […]