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News of the Weird 8/29/19

News of the Weird 8/29/19

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel Fowl! An upscale neighborhood near the Ibis Golf and Country Club in West Palm Beach, Florida, is all a-flutter over some unwelcome guests: dozens of black [...]

Leading Ladies

Leading Ladies

By Savannah Evanoff If there isn’t a seat at the table, Melody Davis builds one. Davis, one half of the local rap duo Cookies and Cake, once felt a tad slighted in the music community. After [...]

Outtakes—Rinse, Reload, Repeat

Outtakes—Rinse, Reload, Repeat

By Rick Outzen After mass shootings in Dayton and El Paso, many hoped that federal and state lawmakers would do something about gun reform, but yet again, any meaningful legislation to curb gun [...]

The Buzz 8/29/19

The Buzz 8/29/19

Holley Exits Dec. 6 When Mayor Grover Robinson came into office, he brought Chris Holley out of retirement to be his administrator. By the end of this year—Dec. 6 is the tentative date—Holley [...]

No Happy Ending

No Happy Ending

By Rick Outzen A series of raids of local Asian massage parlors have uncovered a multi-state human trafficking operation in our quiet, family-oriented community. Some may be shocked but not our [...]

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 [...]

The Fight for a Public Beach

The Fight for a Public Beach

By Jeremy Morrison Who can lay claim to a grain of sand? On Pensacola Beach, it’s kind of complicated. In 1947, the federal government deeded Santa Rosa Island to Escambia County, with the [...]

Moore Beach Time

Moore Beach Time

By Savannah Evanoff The album title—well, it’s kind of a funny story. Country musician Justin Moore’s 2019 album is called “Late Nights and Long Necks,” but you won’t see that name [...]

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 [...]

Happy To Be Here

Happy To Be Here

By Savannah Evanoff No one has to ask. Barrie is happy to be here. From forming a band together in Brooklyn to landing on the guest list for a private garden party at the Museum of Modern Art, [...]

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