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Don’t Ask How the Maritime Sausage Is Made

Don’t Ask How the Maritime Sausage Is Made

By Rick Outzen Butchers never recommend watching how the sausage is made. It’s best to enjoy the pork links oblivious to the process and actual components. Otherwise, no one would ever eat [...]

The Buzz 6/25/15

The Buzz 6/25/15

Honoring Molly McGuire On Tuesday, June 23, friends and family of the late Molly McGuire Martin gathered at Pensacola State College for the announcement of the Molly McGuire Culinary Arts Endowed [...]

Winners & Losers 6/25/15

Winners & Losers 6/25/15

Winners David M. Joyner The former Penn State athletic director is the new Senior Vice President and Executive Director of the Andrews Institute. Dr. Joyner is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon [...]

News of the Weird 6/25/15

News of the Weird 6/25/15

By Chuck Shepherd That New York Attitude Gregory Reddick, 54, and his employer, SJQ Sightseeing Tours, filed a lawsuit in June against New York City for "harass(ing)" them and hampering their [...]

“Going Through Hell” With Sage Francis

“Going Through Hell” With Sage Francis

By Shelby Smithey Known as the “forefather of indie-hop,” the spoken word rapper and underground hip hop artist Sage Francis has just embarked on an extensive tour through the U.S. after [...]

Calendar 6/25/15

Calendar 6/25/15

THURSDAY 6.25 WINE TASTING AT AWM 5 p.m. Try something new every week at Aragon Wine Market’s regular wine tasting, only a few blocks from downtown. Aragon Wine Market, 27 S. 9th Ave. [...]

A Punk Tour of Pensacola

A Punk Tour of Pensacola

By Christopher Scott Satterwhite “Write down the history,” he urged, with a passionate look his eye. “It’s the only thing that gives my life any meaning.” This is a line from Aaron [...]

Must See Local TV

Must See Local TV

By Jennifer Leigh While it’s totally OK to binge-watch “Friends” on a lazy-summer day, you might want to mix it up with some stimulating programming that’s not only educational, but opens [...]

Ears & Fingers 6/25/15

Ears & Fingers 6/25/15

By Jason Leger mewithoutYou-Pale Horses Musically speaking, longevity can be a good thing. Time offers bands the opportunity to find their own sound, build on that sound, expand and experiment [...]

Outtakes—Let Go Of The Past

Outtakes—Let Go Of The Past

In the wake of the shootings at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, conservative South Carolina Republicans are joining their voices with those in the African-American community in calling for the [...]

Welcome to the RESTORE Proposal Portal

Welcome to the RESTORE Proposal Portal

By Jeremy Morrison It’s out there. Always just over the horizon. An undefined amount, to be determined at an unknown time. But eventually it will come. The big payday. The other end of the [...]

From Tokyo To Sluggo’s

From Tokyo To Sluggo’s

By Dylan Carroll Your Pest Band is a fuzzy cluster of noise punk out of Tokyo, Japan. The four-piece arrived in the states at the start of June and are making their way through the south. They put [...]

Ears & Fingers 6/18/15

Ears & Fingers 6/18/15

10 Albums from 2015 You Should Already Own By Jason Leger • Modest Mouse-Strangers to Ourselves After an eight year break between records, Modest Mouse returned in a big way in 2015. [...]

Show your PRIDE

Show your PRIDE

By Jennifer Leigh Just when your sunburn is starting to peel from Memorial Day weekend, it’s time to show your pride. Last year, the White House issued a proclamation by President Obama [...]

Parenting Made Simple

Parenting Made Simple

By Shelby Smithey Best-selling author Kim John Payne believes that a simple approach to parenting in a fast-paced world can help to address discipline problems with children. Payne, an [...]

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