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Feeling Festive

Feeling Festive

A Guide To Fall Festival Season By Hope Corrigan September Lady Fest Pensacola The second coming of Lady Fest Pensacola has a little something for everybody including comedy, live music, [...]

Man Behind the Feathers

Man Behind the Feathers

By Jennifer Leigh If you grew up watching "Sesame Street," it's a safe bet that Big Bird was a big part of your childhood. For the past 45 years and counting, Caroll Spinney has been the man [...]

Talking Trade With Cuba

Talking Trade With Cuba

By Rick Outzen The barriers between Cuba and the United States are slowly crumbling. Albert Fox is doing his best to remove them. Fox, president of the Alliance for Responsible Cuba Policy [...]

News of the Weird 8/27/15

News of the Weird 8/27/15

By Chuck Shepherd Barnyard Theater British director Missouri Williams brought an adaptation of Shakespeare's "King Lear" to the London Courtyard art facility in August for a one-week run, centered [...]

The Buzz 8/27/15

The Buzz 8/27/15

‘Sorry’ Is The Hardest Word The Aug. 23 Pensacola City Council meeting was a long night for Melanie Nichols, president of the North Hill Preservation Association. “It was pretty much what I [...]

Photographs from the “Third Coast”

Photographs from the “Third Coast”

By Hope Corrigan Spanish moss-covered oak trees, white dunes, low-lying swamps, and coastal waterways are all featured in photographer and author Richard Sexton’s visually stirring “Terra [...]

Calendar 8/27/15

Calendar 8/27/15

THURSDAY 8.27 MARKET ON THE BEACH 4 p.m. Check out Pensacola Beach's new farmers market, held every Thursday from 4 p.m. until sunset. Casino Beach parking lot, 735 Pensacola Beach [...]

Trump Stump

Trump Stump

By Jeremy Morrison Donald Trump had to relocate his Mobile, Ala., presidential campaign stop twice--first, from a ballroom, then from the civic center. By the time the Republican candidate settled [...]

Outtakes—Tough Month

Outtakes—Tough Month

The last month has been a painful one for Mayor Ashton Hayward. An optimist would say some difficult lessons were learned, and Pensacola city government will be better for it. The pessimist waits for [...]

Ears & Fingers 8/27/15

Ears & Fingers 8/27/15

By Jason Leger Beach House-Depression Cherry “Tender is the night for a broken heart.” This line leapt at me from the highlight of “Depression Cherry,” the rolling ‘Space [...]

Winners & Losers 8/27/15

Winners & Losers 8/27/15

Winners Big Brothers Big Sisters With the help of a grant from IMPACT 100 Pensacola Bay Area, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwest Florida successfully recruited 135 male mentors to volunteer in [...]

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