Summer Concert Series Hot summer nights are made for music, and the Summer Concert Series has become a beloved summertime tradition in PCB. Enjoy a FREE concert in the park every Tuesday at Aaron Bessant Park Amphitheater — bring your lawn chairs and blankets and enjoy the sounds of...
Book review by Jack Smith If you are a fan of historical novels, you could do worse than reading Jeff Shaara. Jeff is the New York Times best-selling author who finished his father Michael Shaara’s Pulitzer-winning trilogy on the Civil War. His father’s novel, “Killer Angel,” was completed with Jeff’s...
By Brittany Kirke Country artist Stevie Monce has followed his voice all the way to the beaches we call home. What brought him here? Born in Ohio, Stevie grew up moving around and spent his school years playing soccer. He received sports scholarships for college but Monce decided he had another...
By PCB Life Staff The sole visible eye of Clint Eagar’s tiger, “Stalker” is a lucid yellow, the glistening focal point of a piece so startlingly real that for a long minute it seems like some larger-than-life photograph. It is, however, not Mother Nature but rather Eagar’s painstakingly refined brushstrokes...
By Lisa Cyr Last Saturday was our Studio 237 Music recital. Students prepare months in advance for their moment of performing on a stage for family and friends. We are proud of them and their performances. Each student puts forth great effort to walk up to the stage, present themselves,...
By Brittany Kirke “…I will give this gift, this child, Laura Viola, to Mary Scarlet for safe keeping…” Annie Laura’s Gift (March 2021) is a riveting novel set in Northwest Florida’s pioneer past. Based on Milinda Jay’s great-grandmother--and a dark family secret--this novel is the prequel to Annie Laura’s Triumph (2016)....
By Lisa Cyr This morning, I could hear the continuous sound of hammering. There is a house being built down the street. I somewhat liked the rhythmic sound of productivity and teamwork. Carpenters using their skills to create a home to bless others for many years to come. When the...
10 Different Programs, 12 Artist Experts, a Full-Length Musical and More Share the spotlight with the likes of Matilda, Alexander Hamilton, Harry Potter, SpongeBob, Dr. Seuss, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and others! This summer, you want to be in the “room where it happens!” Emerald Coast Theatre Company (ECTC)...
By Jamie Zimchek, Editor Emerging like some sylvan sylph from a swirl of leaves, the face of a woman emerges, her gaze falling enigmatically across 6th Street and Harrison Avenue. A colorful composition of green and purple against a striking yellow backdrop, this woman is a large-scale version of the...
By Jack Smith Wilbur Smith was born in Zambia in 1933. Educated at Michaelhouse, a private senior boys school in South Africa, and then Rhodes University, Smith became a full-time writer in 1964 after his first book, “When the Lion Feeds,” met with great success. Since then, he’s used his...

Follow Us on Facebook

0FansLike