From the Editor...

Features

comments   -  
Wednesday, July 16th, 2014

Fine Original Songs and Choice Covers on "The A"

Our fearless music correspondent caught up with Hall for his July 9 gig at Marie’s Bistro and Barside on “The A.” Discover more at www.facebook.com/MaestroMateo12
comments   -  
Monday, July 28th, 2014

Global Month of Service Supports Children in Crisis

Submitted by Ken Hair: Over 60 team members from the Boeing Company rolled up their sleeves Saturday morning to help make the Children in Crisis Neighborhood a little ni
comments   -  
Thursday, July 31st, 2014

Taste Some of Florida's Finest Beers

Most plentiful in cans at well-stocked liquor stores, we managed to score a freshly tapped pour at Hopjacks, which, oddly enough, was served up in a Woodchuck glass with a Rebel IPA coaster. Ahh, diversity. Gotta love it...
comments   -  
Thursday, July 31st, 2014

August Featured Artist at Walton County Coastal Library

Carol has been weaving baskets for over 30 years now with reed, grapevines and pine needles. Basket classes are usually held once or twice a month in towns from Crestview to Rosemary Beach. She is still as excited about weaving baskets as she was when she made her first, back in North Carolina...
comments   -  
Thursday, July 31st, 2014

"It's Unlike Any Other Music Scene I've Been a Part Of..."

Day speaks fondly of the relaxed feel of being at home and listening to the musicians who happened to stop by. “It was always something that just made everybody happy.” That’s the same feeling that he aims to capture in his own live shows...
comments   -  
Thursday, July 17th, 2014

Good Eats with Fishermen, Charter Captains and Tourists

If you’ve been to Seaside, you’ve seen what’s called Airstream Row, serving everything from veggie smoothies to pork barbecue. If you prefer to hang out with the fishermen, charter captains and summer tourists around the docks of Destin Harbor, you have another option...