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Support Women Artists Now

Support Women Artists Now

By Sarah Mc Wilson Standing for “Support Women Artists Now,” SWAN Day is an international celebration of women artists. Now, in its 12th year, this international holiday is being recognized in [...]

Power List 2019: Lumon May Gives Back

Power List 2019: Lumon May Gives Back

By Duwayne Escobedo Rev. Theophalis and Mary May taught their son Lumon how to become a leader. They showed him by working hard, acting unselfishly, getting involved in the Morris Court [...]

News of the Weird 3/28/19

News of the Weird 3/28/19

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel People Different From Us Researchers at St. Mary's Hospital in London had been stumped how 10 British men had contracted a rare virus called human T-cell leukemia [...]

Power List 2019—The List

Power List 2019—The List

1. Lumon May, Chairman, Escambia County Commission 2. Martha Saunders, President, University of West Florida 3. Troy Rafferty, Shareholder, Levin Papantonio 4. C. Edward Meadows, President, [...]

Veg Out

Veg Out

By Sarah Mc Wilson Here in 2019, the word vegan is becoming increasingly less taboo. Walk into just about any eatery, and you’re much more likely to find a plethora of plant-based options than [...]

The Buzz 3/28/19

The Buzz 3/28/19

Fining Givers Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson last week floated a new approach to this issue. Instead of aiming ordinances at panhandlers, how about pivoting toward the person giving the panhandler [...]

News of the Weird 3/21/19

News of the Weird 3/21/19

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel Religious Interpretation Brewery worker Del Hall of Newtown, Ohio, is taking an unusual approach to fasting for Lent this year. Hall, who works at the Fifty West [...]

COW Notes

COW Notes

By Rick Outzen At its Thursday, March 14, Committee of the Whole (COW) meeting, the Escambia Board of County Commissioners scheduled a special meeting for April 29 to interview finalists for the [...]

Winners & Losers 3/21/19

Winners & Losers 3/21/19

Winners Adam Putnam The former Florida Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam has been named the chief executive officer of the national group Ducks Unlimited. Putnam finished his second term as [...]

Welcome (Back) Home

Welcome (Back) Home

Celebrating Pensacola, progress and the talented locals who’ve found their way back to town By Sydney Robinson In many ways, Pensacola in 2019 is a place that someone in the year 2009 [...]

Free Will Astrology 3/21/19

Free Will Astrology 3/21/19

By Rob Brezsny Week of March 21 ARIES (March 21-April 19): During the coming weeks, everything that needs to happen will indeed happen only if you surprise yourself on a regular basis. So I [...]

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