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Fall Guide Part 1: Arts

Fall Guide Part 1: Arts

By Jennifer Leigh Fall tends to feel like a season of new beginnings—a new school semester, a change in the weather (fingers crossed) and, here in Pensacola, the opening season of five [...]

‘Them Damned Pictures’

‘Them Damned Pictures’

By Savannah Evanoff Randy Bowden remembers his father with a pen in his left hand. His dad was the one responsible for the ink stains on their kitchen table, the guy doodling on every blank [...]

Pensacola’s Brewing Scene

Pensacola’s Brewing Scene

By Jeremy Morrison Sitting in his taproom on a recent Sunday afternoon, Perfect Plain Brewing Co. co-founder Reed Odeneal took a sip of his beer and considered for a moment the proliferation of [...]

Passport to Beer

Passport to Beer

By Jeremy Morrison When he’s not teaching high school biology, Andrew Marr can be found running trivia night events around Pensacola. “I mostly do it at breweries,” he said of the trivia [...]

Brew-stories

Brew-stories

By Jeremy Morrison Every brewery has a story. Maybe more than one. And Micro Bros is aiming to tell those stories. Micro Bros is Jared Michael Cramblet and Jarrod Michael Moxley. The duo has [...]

A Weekend at the Movies

A Weekend at the Movies

With Stamped Film Festival By Jennifer Leigh The Pensacola LGBT Film Festival—now known as Stamped—could’ve just been a one-time thing. “It started as a fluke, really,” said [...]

Big Picture Plans

Big Picture Plans

Catching Up with Community Developer Quint Studer By Jeremy Morrison Quint Studer says he’s familiar with SimCity—a video game in which players engage in city-building exercises. And if [...]

“Black Citizenship in Action”

“Black Citizenship in Action”

Pensacola’s Forgotten History of Reconstruction By C. Scott Sattewhite During a 2013 episode of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” Pensacola’s own Joe Scarborough interviewed his old friend and [...]

The Pet Issue ’19: Bringing ‘A Hope’ to Animals

The Pet Issue ’19: Bringing ‘A Hope’ to Animals

By Jennifer Leigh As a volunteer for the Santa Rosa County Animal Shelter, Brandi Winkleman saw the best and the worst of her community. Animal shelters can be criticized for having to do the [...]

The Pet Issue ’19: Senior Superlatives

The Pet Issue ’19: Senior Superlatives

By Sydney Robinson Simon and Paco When my dog Simon died, I was prepared. Well, as prepared as I could be. Simon was 17 years old. He was an adorable deaf, partially paralyzed Rat Terrier who [...]

The Pet Issue ’19: Park It

The Pet Issue ’19: Park It

A guide to dog parks, beaches and pet-friendly walking trails City of Pensacola Within the city of Pensacola, dogs are welcome to explore all city parks while on a leash. Dogs are allowed [...]

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