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News of the Weird 12/13/18

News of the Weird 12/13/18

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel Seems Like an Honest Mistake John Stevenson of Inverclyde, Scotland, hit a bump in his plans to vacation in the United States on Dec. 3 when his visa was denied [...]

Holiday Happenings 12/13/18

Holiday Happenings 12/13/18

Ongoing Events MIRACLE ON PALAFOX Old Hickory Whiskey Bar has been transformed into a boozy winter wonderland for the month of December. Old Hickory Whiskey Bar, 123 S. Palafox. [...]

More Efficient BCC Meetings

More Efficient BCC Meetings

By Duwayne Escobedo The newest version of the Escambia County Commission put on a how-to clinic for families on how to talk out difficult issues and remain friends afterward. In their first [...]

(Over) Exposure Is Key

(Over) Exposure Is Key

By Sam Smith “What Remains of the Day” is a unique collection of landscape photography by Gesche Würfel that explores memories of World War II. This exhibition can be seen in its first museum [...]

The Buzz 12/13/18

The Buzz 12/13/18

Styrofoam-Free City Hall? Pensacola may be taking a small, simple, somewhat symbolic step onto a greener path. Members of the city’s Environmental Advisory Board unanimously passed a motion last [...]

The Demolish or Salvage Debate

The Demolish or Salvage Debate

By Jeremy Morrison The brick-arched facade fronting Garden Street appears to be a gateway to another time, maybe back to the 1940s, when the old school administration building was built next door, [...]

Outtakes—Congeniality

Outtakes—Congeniality

By Rick Outzen The Escambia County Board of County Commissioners at its first regular meeting displayed a level of congeniality that has been missing for some time. Too often, watching a county [...]

Calendar 12/13/18

Calendar 12/13/18

THURSDAY 12.13 YOGA WITHIN REACH 9-10 a.m. Free. Community Health Northwest Florida, 2315 W. Jackson St., Room A. healthcarewithinreach.org ONE-ON-ONE TECH HELP 11 a.m. Molino Branch Library, [...]

Winners & Losers 12/13/18

Winners & Losers 12/13/18

Winners Thomas Greek A grassroots fundraising campaign among Navy Federal Credit Union employees in Pensacola propelled Greek to the top of the local Real Men Wear Pink campaign. The vice president [...]

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