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Monthly Archives: January 2019

Dine in Valentine’s Day

Posted on — By Hannelore Holland Special to The News Herald

The News Herald — PANAMA CITY — Valentine’s Day is celebrated in almost the entire world.The origins of this day date back to celebrations during the days of ancient Rome. Through the ages, this celebration has been enhanced not only … (Read More)

Sommer Sound Systems reopens after hurricane

Posted on — The News Herald

The News Herald — PANAMA CITY — Sommer Sound Systems has reopened after having major water and storm damage from Hurricane Michael.Sommer Sound Systems specializes in the selection, sale and integration of vehicle audio, security and safety products to provide … (Read More)

So, you want to be a vegetarian?

Posted on — JAN WADDY

The News Herald — PANAMA CITY — With a new year comes new resolutions — and diets are at the top of the list — from vegetarian and vegan to Whole30, keto and Paleo.Whether you need renewed motivation as January comes to a close or … (Read More)

Oscar Mayer is hiring Wienermobile drivers

Posted on — Katey Psencik GateHouse Media

The News Herald — Do you wish you were an Oscar Mayer Wiener?Is that what you truly wish to be?Oscar Mayer is hiring “hotdoggers” (yes, that’s the actual job title) for the upcoming year, with applications due on Jan. 31 … (Read More)

Feel the love at St. Andrews Coffee House

Posted on — JAN WADDY

The News Herald — PANAMA CITY — St. Andrews Coffee House welcomed the community with open arms Jan. 15 — showing love with homemade food, genuine hospitality and friendly conversation.”We like to talk and get to know people,” said Holly DuBose, who owns … (Read More)

Rader returns for annual musical/comedy show


The News Herald — PANAMA CITY BEACH — When Dennis Rader returns for his annual winter residents’ show, he’ll once again resurrect his old character “Moonshine” from the days of the Ocean Opry.Rader will perform one show only at the … (Read More)

The Martin moves to the Majestic

Posted on — TONY SIMMONS

The News Herald — PANAMA CITY BEACH — When Hurricane Michael left the Martin Theatre in Panama City badly damaged, executive director Barbara McMinis wasn’t sure the show would go on.But thanks to a partnership with the Majestic Beach Resort … (Read More)