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Calendar 9/20/18

Calendar 9/20/18

THURSDAY 9.20 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, 6450-A [...]

Outtakes—A Walkable City

Outtakes—A Walkable City

By Rick Outzen Jeff Speck coined the phrase “Pensacola Parking Syndrome,” which he used to describe a city that tears down its old buildings to create parking spaces to entice more people [...]

The Buzz 9/20/18

The Buzz 9/20/18

Gonzalez’s Appeal Rejected The Florida Supreme Court last Thursday unanimously turned down an appeal of Leonard Patrick Gonzalez Jr., who was convicted of first-degree murder in the slayings of [...]

10 Most Anticipated Films of the Fall

10 Most Anticipated Films of the Fall

By Daniel Barnes Breaking the movie release calendar into seasons is a somewhat archaic and outmoded notion since very little changes over the course of a year. We may believe that summer is the [...]

Pensacola LVVRS

Pensacola LVVRS

By Savannah Evanoff LVVRS won’t throw a parade for your hometown, but they might make a music video. The Louisiana pop band filmed its latest music video for “Over You” in Pensacola, and [...]

Winners & Losers 9/20/18

Winners & Losers 9/20/18

Winners Amber McClure The chief financial officer for the Blue Wahoos has been named the 2018 Southern League Woman of the Year. In her sixth season with the team, McClure has ensured that the [...]

Meet IMPACT 100 Finalists

Meet IMPACT 100 Finalists

By Duwayne Escobedo The Sacred Heart Foundation wants to add four more dogs to join golden retriever, Sprout, in its highly successful “Sacred Paws” program. The service dogs reduce stress and [...]

Fall Guide—Part Two Arts

Fall Guide—Part Two Arts

By Sarah Mc Wilson Whether you are drawn to the charisma and charm of Pensacola Opera, the grace and athleticism of Ballet Pensacola, the resonating sounds of Pensacola Symphony Orchestra or the [...]

PYP Re-Enters Political Debate

PYP Re-Enters Political Debate

By Duwayne Escobedo and Rick Outzen The Pensacola Young Professionals first made its mark in 2006 when the fledgling group supported the development of Vince Whibbs Sr. Community Maritime Park in [...]

Get Amped Up

Get Amped Up

By Jennifer Leigh Monday, Sept. 24, kicks off the 11th season of WSRE’s free concert series StudioAmped. Artists from all over the Gulf Coast perform at the annual series, which is taped in [...]

News of the Weird 9/20/18

News of the Weird 9/20/18

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel New World Order Kimberel Eventide, 36, believes her purpose here on Earth is to help other humans become elves, just like herself. A resident of Illinois, Eventide [...]

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