On Friday night, Firefly restaurant hosted a night of “Dinner without Devices.”
It was an evening of divine dinner sans Blackberries, IPhones, IPads and the like. It was a seemingly simple task, which involved placing our phones in the designated basket on the table, encouraging people to unwind and “disconnect” from instant messaging, Facebook updates and texting while reconnecting with your dinner date.
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This is the third article in a series that explores 2011 Tourism Predictions for Panama City Beach.
“If you market it, you must be prepared to staff it”
This is a *statement liberated from Socrates’s, um- well, his lesser known cousin, ahem, **Heraclitus.
However, let’s not quarrel over the origins of the statement, and opt to simply take into consideration it’s message.
We’ve been marketing, promoting, negotiating and canoodling with every possible venue, avenue, social site and persons, to spread the good word.
The word being that Spring Break & the Summer Season of 2011, is bigger and now-with-more-sparkles, then this past year of troubled times. The campaign has been proving it’s success through various ways of tracking, and along with the success of inviting the masses into our community, we’ve properly followed through by reaching out to the employable community to help handle the welcomed influx.
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It’s that time again, the one day of the year when it’s universally acceptable to let our inner sentimentalist out to play.
It’s the proper occasion to get all decked out in something red and possibly glitzy, then rush around trying to find, buy or liberate flowers for those we love (or like, or at the very least, tolerate) a little more then others.
For me, Valentines Day usually involves a futile (but good-hearted) attempt to utilize the excessive amount of art supplies we have laying around our house, then proceed to create some semblance of a home-made valentines card for my Husband. Since, hey– it’s the thought that counts right?
So what if that thought is now buried under 10 layers of glitter, and covered with-in an inch of it’s life by an over-zealous doily application?
Lasting Love stays, no matter how much glitter is forever embedded in the carpet.
Valentines Day traditions vary from person to person, but if you’re like many, a night on the town might be your cuppa tea.
Top Five Things To Do
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Welcome to our Secrets of Panama City Beach series, showing you things about the beach, you’ve never dreamed of.
January is in the process of packing up it’s toys and that sneaky spring break season is peeking around the corner.
It’s still a bit chilly, but with a collective yawn, the whole town seems to be stirring from it’s sleepy winter mode and we are HUNGRY.
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St. Andrews Mardi Gras Parade & Festival is here, Feb 23- Feb 26!
This family event is being hosted by the Non-Profits: Krewe of St. Andrews and St. Andrews Waterfront Partnership
Event Schedule and Details Below (Rain Or Shine!)
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Holidays are never complete without tasty treats and divine drinks. I know for a fact, most of my Holiday memories have always revolved around what’s cooking in the kitchen. Meals are usually followed up by grandpa conked out on the couch, grandma in a tizzy over the amount of dishes we managed to dirty up and kids running amuck from sugar overload.
Since everyone should have this experience, at least once, during the holidays- we’ve compiled some of our time-tested recipes for you.
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At PCBdaily.com, we realize that the Panama City Beach community is one riddled with diversity. And keeping that in mind, we wanted to offer options to those out there who want to celebrate New Year’s Eve – but may not be feeling the crowds at Pier Park.
Let’s raise those noise makers to variety and tip our party hats to these alternative New Year’s Options!
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Your best meal ever and no dishes to wash. Just memories to savor.
We here in Panama City Beach have so much for which to be thankful, and we sure are thankful for our friends who come to visit for the holidays. Several area restaurants are going all out to serve a delicious Thanksgiving dinner. Check out these menus: there’s more than just turkey! Several of these restaurants are accepting reservations as well- call now and come on down and relax!
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Wineries and restaurants both local and from all over the country could be found Friday night at Taste The Beach in Pier Park. It began at 5:30 p.m. with wine enthusiasts starting out at the front of the 3 tents. Each tent had at least 20 different wines that could be enjoyed and multiple food stations where places like Bone Fish Grill was serving Ahi Tuna and Dee’s Hang Out was serving Jambalaya.
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