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Summer Guide ’19: Flick Picks

Summer Guide ’19: Flick Picks

‘Tis the season for sequels, superheroes and seriously sweet music-centric dramadies. Here’s the best of what’s coming to the big screen this summer. June 21 Toy Story 4 Just when you [...]

News of the Weird 6/20/19

News of the Weird 6/20/19

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel Compelling Explanations The Philly Voice reported on June 5 that a resident of White Haven, Pennsylvania, has solved the mystery of why that state has experienced [...]

Free Will Astrology 6/13/19

Free Will Astrology 6/13/19

By Rob Brezsny Week of June 13 ARIES (March 21-April 19): We may not have to travel to other planets to find alien life. Instead of launching expensive missions to other planets, we could look [...]

Winners & Losers 6/13/19

Winners & Losers 6/13/19

Winners Kevin Mair Mair has been named executive director of Cardiology Consultants, an affiliate of the Baptist Heart & Vascular Institute. He earned his bachelors degree from Temple [...]

Pride Time

Pride Time

PensacolaPRIDE Gives Us Something to Celebrate Again By Jennie McKeon The first gay pride event was actually a protest. It was 50 years ago, on June 28, 1969, when New York City police [...]

Reading Rainbow

Reading Rainbow

By Jennie McKeon Reading is essential to learning. It’s also a nice way to relax and escape. And slowly but surely, the LGBTQ experience is becoming better represented in pop culture [...]

Calendar 6/13/19

Calendar 6/13/19

THURSDAY 6.13 WORK ON THE FLORIDA TRAIL 8 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Every Thursday. Three miles north of Deaton Bridge Road. meetup.com/ftawesterngate ANNUAL BILL HARDGREAVES FISHING RODEO Through June 16. [...]

Sunshine Co-op on the Horizon

Sunshine Co-op on the Horizon

By Jeremy Morrison Solar power excites financial advisor Jacey Cosentino. She seems to light up just talking about getting power from the sun. “Both sides of my roof are exposed to sun,” [...]

The Buzz 6/13/19

The Buzz 6/13/19

Smart Money State Rep. Alex Andrade's local town hall was billed as focusing on recent educational developments in Tallahassee. The Republican was joined by two Democrats—Escambia County Commission [...]

Cervantes Still Deadly

Cervantes Still Deadly

By Danielle Brown Nearly one year after the tragic hit-and-run that left one woman and an infant dead, Pensacola and Escambia County officials continue to push for pedestrian safety improvements [...]

News of the Weird 6/13/19

News of the Weird 6/13/19

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel It's Come to This The Pokemon Co. has made Japanese brides' dreams come true with its announcement that it is collaborating with a wedding planner to offer [...]

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