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News of the Weird 4/11/19

News of the Weird 4/11/19

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel Dumb and Dumber Rogers, Arkansas, neighbors Charles Eugene Ferris, 50, and Christopher Hicks, 36, were hanging out on Ferris' back porch on March 31, drinking and [...]

Winners & Losers 4/11/19

Winners & Losers 4/11/19

Winners Peggy Butler The University of West Florida last week celebrated a $39,593 donation to the UWF Department of Music in support of the Larry Butler Memorial Music Award. The new funds are a [...]

Free Will Astrology 4/4/19

Free Will Astrology 4/4/19

By Rob Brezsny Week of April 4 ARIES (March 21-April 19): A mushroom shaped like a horse's hoof grows on birch trees in parts of Europe and the U.S. If you strip off its outer layer, you get [...]

Blue Wahoos’ Season of New

Blue Wahoos’ Season of New

By Jeremy Morrison Soon, spring will embrace baseball season in Pensacola, and Blue Wahoos Stadium at Maritime Park will once again hear the crack of the bat, pop of the ball and cheers during [...]

Mobile Munchies

Mobile Munchies

By Sydney Robinson This weekend, Pensacolians can forgo traditional dining establishments and chain restaurants in favor of food a bit more mobile at the Pensacola Food Truck [...]

It’s About Us

It’s About Us

By Rick Outzen A year ago, the Pensacola News Journal and Studer Community Institute announced the formation of the Center for Civic Engagement that would help educate and empower citizens to make [...]

The Buzz 4/4/19

The Buzz 4/4/19

Help Requested In January, Commissioner Doug Underhill failed to win support to invoke eminent domain to obtain a parcel owned by the Lake Charlene Homeowner’s Association that would allow the [...]

Drawing From Russia’s Deep Well

Drawing From Russia’s Deep Well

By Jeremy Morrison The Pensacola Symphony Orchestra (PSO) performs a concert featuring the music of Russian composers every season. Something about the music’s deep intensity keeps calling the [...]

Tackling Homelessness, Again

Tackling Homelessness, Again

By Jeremy Morrison The city of Pensacola and Escambia County are about to begin working together to address the issues of homelessness and the needs of the homeless community in the area. No [...]

A Shucking Good Cause

A Shucking Good Cause

By Sydney Robinson The practice of oyster farming is a new one to the Gulf Coast, an industry which promotes a healthier ocean while providing coastal residents with high-quality seafood in a [...]

Calendar 4/4/19

Calendar 4/4/19

THURSDAY 4.4 TRAIL 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 [...]

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