Music

Children express their ‘inner artist’

Children express their ‘inner artist’

More than 40 children completed last week First Baptist Church Navarre’s annual arts camp. Students selected from one of four areas, and then studied it all week. Options included traditional visual arts, cake decorating, learning Spanish or learning to play drums. “The other students thought the drum students were loud. If they thought they sounded loud […]

BooFest features golf, music, fun

BooFest features golf, music, fun

A fun-loving crowd filled a huge portable tent at The Club at Hidden Creek July 26 to enjoy country music, country folks and to support area charities. PGA Tour pro Boo Weekley’s annual charity golf outing, BooFest, generates funds that are donated to nearly 20 charities including the Air Commandos Association, Fisher House Foundation, Navarre High School […]

‘Seussical’ gets dolled up

‘Seussical’ gets dolled up

It is fun to have fun, but you have to know how. The cast of “Seussical” did just that as they donned full makeup and costumes in preparation for the Aug. 1 opening of the Dr. Seuss-inspired musical. “(Playgoers) are just going to be entertained,” said Stacey Albaugh, founder of Paradise Productions, a south Santa Rosa […]

Boofest returns to Hidden Creek

Boofest returns to Hidden Creek

Crews who had been working for nearly three days to erect a large tent for Boofest were nearing completion Monday afternoon at The Club at Hidden Creek. The annual charity event, organized by PGA Tour pro Boo Weekley, includes entertainment and live and silent auctions Friday and a night of music and fun Saturday featuring […]

Local talent auditions for ‘The Voice’

Local talent auditions for ‘The Voice’

Several Navarre residents went to New Orleans last weekend for auditions for the popular talent show “The Voice.” Maddy Rose Turcotte and Cody Stone made the three-hour trek. Stone has auditioned for similar shows, including “American Idol.” Read more in the June 5 issue of Navarre Press or subscribe online here.

Not Quite Fab celebrates Fab Four’s U.S. Arrival

Not Quite Fab celebrates Fab Four’s U.S. Arrival

A British band from Liverpool created a firestorm when they landed in New York Feb. 7, 1964 and two days later made their first U.S. television appearance performing live on The Ed Sullivan Show.  A record-setting 73 million people were watching as “Beatlemania” was born in the U.S.  Fifty years later, The Beatles are one […]

Navarre brothers spin holy hip hop

Navarre brothers spin holy hip hop

The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree in the Grayson family. Brothers Adriel and Azariah share the spotlight on the stage these days as Christian rappers, Young Souljahz. However, it was father, Willie, who started the trend in the 1990s. To read more, subscribe online or pick up a copy of the November 7 Navarre Press.