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Shops in Pier Park North Opening!

Pier Park North, the 370,000-square-foot shopping center just to the north (appropriately enough) of Pier Park, across the Panama City Beach Parkway, is officially open for business. This weekend (3/7), Dick's Sporting Goods is celebrating their grand opening with guest star appearances, giveaways…

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Q&A with Mardi Gras Legend, Dr. John

New Orleans musical legend Dr. John and the Nite Trippers are headlining the FREE Panama City Beach Mardi Gras & Music Festival this year. Known around the world for hits like, "Right Place Wrong Time," Dr. John is a Mardi Gras master, and this year he'll be performing in Panama City Beach! Don't…

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Bringing the Beach to You!

January, 2014 -- The high temperatures in Panama City Beach in the coming days will generally be in the 60's, while in Chicago the high temperatures will range from the 20's to 30's. Yikes. It might seem like just good common sense to stay in Panama City Beach for the winter, but staff from the…

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Winter Residents keep PCB Hopping!

Years ago, the winter season was a very sleepy time in Panama City Beach. While it is still true that traffic thins out nicely and the busy crowds of summer are long gone, these days there seem to be just as many fun activities for our winter residents as there are for visitors arriving in spring or…

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How to do New Year's Eve in PCB

Panama City Beach has become THE place to be for New Year's Eve, as music, fireworks, and two iconic countdowns on one special night have captured the imagination of tens of thousands of revelers, and the attention of national news media. So what's all the fuss about? Well, there are many different…

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Shop Small & Save Big in PCB

The Saturday after Thanksgiving has become what's known as "Small Business Saturday," and if you're lucky enough to be in Panama City Beach over the weekend (being "Thankful for the Beach") there are plenty of small, locally owned businesses open for shopping. Sure, the big businesses get all the…

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