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Free Will Astrology 9/5/19

Free Will Astrology 9/5/19

By Rob Brezsny Week of Sept. 5 ARIES (March 21-April 19): John Muir (1838–1914) was skilled at creating and using machinery. In his 20s, he diligently expressed those aptitudes. But at age [...]

Outtakes—School Competition

Outtakes—School Competition

By Rick Outzen Thanks to public records supplied by the Escambia County School District, Inweekly found that the district’s enrollment is down 977 students in its traditional schools from its [...]

Calendar 9/5/19

Calendar 9/5/19

THURSDAY 9.5 WORK ON THE FLORIDA TRAIL 8 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Every Thursday. Three miles north of Deaton Bridge Road. meetup.com/ftawesterngate YOGA WITHIN REACH 9-10 a.m. Free. Community Health [...]

Trashy Art

Trashy Art

By Jeremy Morrison One person’s trash, so it goes, is another’s treasure—or, in this instance, art. In an effort to raise awareness about the amount of trash threatening the environment [...]

Coke Property Reimagined

Coke Property Reimagined

By Jeremy Morrison There’s a ghost on North Palafox, an old soul with sturdy bones, watching the city evolve and patiently awaiting reincarnation. Sigrid Solgard, executive director of Keep [...]

The Buzz 9/5/19

The Buzz 9/5/19

Crush the Crisis On Saturday, Sept. 7, West Florida Hospital will host “Crush the Crisis,” an opioid take-back event with the goal of collecting and properly disposing of unused or expired [...]

Winners & Losers 9/5/19

Winners & Losers 9/5/19

Winners Veterans National Homecare Pensacola State College received $5,000 in scholarship funds from Veterans National Homecare for first-generation in-college students. On behalf of Veterans [...]

‘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 [...]

Failed Experiment

Failed Experiment

By Rick Outzen When he spoke to the Panhandle Tiger Bay Club last month, Florida Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran decried how leaders have constantly experimented with public education and [...]

News Of The Weird 9/5/19

News Of The Weird 9/5/19

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel Inexplicable Jacob Pina, 20, of Westport, Massachusetts, can't explain his physical oddity, but that's not stopping him from firmly grasping his 15 minutes of [...]

Free Will Astrology 8/29/19

Free Will Astrology 8/29/19

By Rob Brezsny Week of August 29 ARIES (March 21-April 19): Here are examples of activities I recommend you try in the coming days. 1. Build a campfire on the beach with friends and regale each [...]

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