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News of the Weird 7/26/18

News of the Weird 7/26/18

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel Inexplicable San Diego photographer Mike Sakasegawa prides himself on seeing the beauty in mundane objects, The Washington Post reports. But something about his [...]

County D2 Race Heats Up

County D2 Race Heats Up

By Duwayne Escobedo For much of last Wednesday night, the District 2 Escambia County Commission debate felt more like a church ladies’ tea party. Republicans Doug Underhill (the incumbent) [...]

Two For One

Two For One

Multi-instrumentalist Mean Mary releases soundtrack with latest novel By Savannah Evanoff Mean Mary (aka Mary James) uses songs like a bookmark in her latest novel. The folk musician [...]

25 Years Later

25 Years Later

Looking back at the anti-abortion terrorism that shook Pensacola to its core By C.S. Satterwhite “I heard the sirens, and I opened my eyes, and I could see his blood dripping down between the [...]

Flying High

Flying High

By Jennie McKeon Pensacola Little Theatre has taken its latest production to new heights with “Mary Poppins.” The beloved story of the nanny who was “practically perfect in every way” [...]

Calendar 7/26/18

Calendar 7/26/18

THURSDAY 7.26 YOGA WITHIN REACH 9-10 a.m. Free. Community Health Northwest Florida, 2315 W. Jackson St., Room A. healthcarewithinreach.org ONE-ON-ONE TECH HELP 11 a.m. Molino Branch Library, 6450-A [...]

Winners & Losers 7/19/18

Winners & Losers 7/19/18

Winners Joe Zarzaur The Escambia-Santa Rosa Bar Association honored the Pensacola attorney with the 2018 Michael Doubek Community Service Award for Zarzaur’s commitment to the local community. [...]

A Place for the Punks

A Place for the Punks

By Stephanie Sharp For locals and tourists alike, it’s difficult to escape the historic nature of Pensacola’s culture. You can’t swing a petrified cat without hitting a historical marker or [...]

News of the Weird 7/19/18

News of the Weird 7/19/18

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel Karma Walt Dean King, 69, just wanted to take a look at a used car for sale on July 4. But when he approached the vehicle in the small California town of Tracy, [...]

Perfect Plain Drafts A Perfect Week

Perfect Plain Drafts A Perfect Week

By Sammi Sontag Beer, beer and more beer is what to expect at Perfect Plain’s inaugural Pensacola Beer Week July 23–29. So if you go thirsty, you’ll leave happy. The brewery wanted to [...]

When Two Is Better Than One

When Two Is Better Than One

By Savannah Evanoff War Twins knows the best things in life come in twos. After all, the art rock grunge pop duo is made up of two people, Gaetana and James Grey. And Gaetana, the primary [...]

Hayward’s Final Budget

Hayward’s Final Budget

By Rick Outzen Mayor Ashton Hayward last week submitted to the Pensacola City Council his final budget, which will cover the last eight weeks of his administration and the first 44 of his [...]

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