It’s that wonderful time of year when students from all over the country head south for Panama City’s white sandy beaches, to have a great time with friends and to party, party, party. It is the perfect destination for the breakers. But for locals, Spring Break is the most polarizing event on PCB. Some love it, some hate it; so we decided to put together a list of what we love or hate about the wild and crazy event. So, here goes nothing.
As you know, traffic during spring break is awful. That bad traffic isn’t exclusive to the streets and the zillions of colorful scooters zooming across lanes of traffic. Traffic is in every department store, every gas line, every restaurant and every bathroom on the beach. The depth of annoyance can only be described in the brilliant words of Brandon, a 2009 spring breaker from Athens, “Man, this sucks” Yes, Brandon, it does indeed. Continue reading “5 Reasons to Love/Hate 2010 Spring Break”
It’s almost here! Mardi Gras is without a doubt one of the highlights of the year and the upcoming Mardi Gras events in Panama City, Panama City Beach and St. Andrews are set to be bigger and better than ever for 2010. Continue reading “Mardi Gras in Panama City – an Insider’s Look at the Krewe of St. Andrews”
Remember the Show N Tail club from Panama City Beach’s yesteryear? The club owner, Allen Johnson, appeared before the Bay County Commission yesterday to put forward a petition to re-open the well-known adult establishment on Holley Lane southwest of the Thomas Drive/98 interchange.
Continue reading “Show N Tail Nightclub to Re-Open in Panama City Beach?”
You’ve been working hard all year and now you finally have some free time to get away and relax. The boss has cleared your schedule, the kids are bouncing off the walls, and you’re ready to head for the beach. Continue reading “How to Vacation in Panama City Beach on a Budget”
In the Moulton Advertiser it was reported that the toll road to travel between Montgomery and Panama City may revert to public ownership once the toll fees pay off the cost to construct. The road would be constructed and operated by a non-profit organization.
As reported, Luthor Strange, a Birmingham lawyer is pushing the project in hopes of seeing it come to fruition. He represents Focus 2000 of the Wiregrass, an organization that is made up of potential investors and local officials and businessmen in SE Alabama.
Strange beleives that there is a way to construct the highway by using public and private resources, although there is no federal or state funding available for this project.
Continue reading “Toll From Montgomery to Panama City to be public road”
Both the City Pier and the County Pier are due for an overhaul with construction already underway at the City Pier, across the street from Pier Park. The County Pier is located in between Alf Coleman Road and Lyndell Lane on Front Beach Road.
Check out more pictures and the video by clicking the “more” link.
Continue reading “City Pier at Pier Park is under construction (video)”
With the stay lifted, construction is heavy underway again with main runways and taxi-ways to be completed in 2008 and the terminal to be complete in 2009. The new airport is still slated to open mid 2010.
All sounds good with the exception of another suit being brought against The Army Corps of Engineers and the United States Fish and Wildlife Service claiming that the 404 Permit issued for the relocation was not legitimate.
Continue reading “Panama City Airport Relocation Update”