The World According to Bowden: a selection of prints from the career collection of cartoons by J. Earle Bowden archived at the University of West Florida's John C. Pace Library.
The exhibit will be held at WUWF's Gallery 88 in the WUWF studios - Bldg 88 on the UWF campus. The public is invited to an opening reception for the exhibit from 3-6pm, Thursday, September 18, 2014. The exhibit will run through October 31. Gallery 88 hours are 8am - 5pm, M-F.
ALL THE FUNDRAISING IN HALF THE TIME! WUWF is fueled by trust. After all, that is one of the reasons you tune in every day. Trust is what makes this station successful - and this fall WUWF is putting all of its trust in you as we make a radical change.
Title-9, Chapter 100.061 of the Florida Constitution states: In each year in which a general election is held, a primary election for nomination of candidates of political parties shall be held on the Tuesday 10 weeks prior to the general election.
In Tuesday's primary election former Republican Gov. Charlie Crist has easily won the Democratic nomination to challenge Republican incumbent Gov. Rick Scott in November. Crist easily defeated former state Sen. Nan Rich in Tuesday’s primary.
GTECH, in partnership with the Florida Lottery, unveiled a new computer lab at Pathways For Change in Pensacola with an official ribbon-cutting ceremony. The opening is part of a worldwide program GTECH implemented in 1999 to serve at-risk youth in communities where it does business. GTECH is the provider of lottery services used by the Florida Lottery.