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Going “Bigger” With Sugarland

Going “Bigger” With Sugarland

By Sammi Sontag After an eight-year hiatus and tons of anticipation, Sugarland is hitting the road for their “Still the Same” summer tour. And lucky for Gulf Coast fans, Kristian Bush and [...]

Catch the Classics

Catch the Classics

By Jennie McKeon It's a popular belief that the summer is a time for lowbrow entertainment—beach reads, TV re-runs and all of the action-packed "popcorn flicks" you can handle. While there's [...]

The Buzz 7/19/18

The Buzz 7/19/18

ADA Champion The Center for Independent Living Disability Resource Center held its 28th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act Awards and Volunteer Recognition Banquet on Thursday, July [...]

Calendar 7/19/18

Calendar 7/19/18

THURSDAY 7.19 YOGA WITHIN REACH 9-10 a.m. Free. Community Health Northwest Florida, 2315 W. Jackson St., Room A. healthcarewithinreach.org THE SNOW WHITE VARIETY SHOW 10 a.m. $7-$13. Pensacola [...]

Spendless Summer Part 2

Spendless Summer Part 2

Budget-Friendly Activities As promised, here's part two of our Spendless Summer series. From movies to music to museums, it's a collection of thrifty reasons to get out of the house this summer. [...]

The Fight for Early Voting Sites

The Fight for Early Voting Sites

By Sammi Sontag A stringent interpretation of Florida’s early voting statute led a group of six students from the University of Florida and Florida State University, backed by the League of [...]

Outtakes—The Capital of…

Outtakes—The Capital of…

By Rick Outzen On Monday, I sat in the balcony of the Rex Theatre and listened to bestselling author Andrew Davis talk about how thriving communities market themselves. He was in Pensacola as part [...]

Books With Friends

Books With Friends

By Joshua Dylan Carroll This weekend, the Friends of West Florida Public Library (WFPL) will host yet another one of their mega-popular book sales at the downtown library on Spring Street. By [...]

Spendless Summer Part 1: Food & Booze

Spendless Summer Part 1: Food & Booze

A day-by-day guide to the best deals in town You can plan your week around just about anything, including food and drink specials if you know where to go. It takes a little bit research and [...]

Outtakes—May, Paul Were Better

Outtakes—May, Paul Were Better

By Rick Outzen Malcolm Thomas has not improved the Escambia County Public School District as he promised when he was elected in 2008. The school grades have dropped steeply under his [...]

Teaching About the Holocaust

Teaching About the Holocaust

By Sammi Sontag Approximately 6 million European Jews, around two-thirds of the Jewish population of Europe, were systematically murdered by Nazi Germany and its collaborators during World War II. [...]

Audit or Witch Hunt

Audit or Witch Hunt

By Rick Outzen An audit conducted of the District 1 Medical Examiner’s Office (DMEO) resulted in several allegations of misallocations of costs between Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa and Walton [...]

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