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Reopening Open Books

Reopening Open Books

By Hana Frenette Open Books has opened their doors once again. The independent, volunteer-run store has changed locations a handful of times and hosted a myriad of dedicated workers since its [...]

News of the Weird 8/28/14

News of the Weird 8/28/14

By Chuck Shepherd All War Is Weird, But This ISIS War... As summed up by a Vox.com writer: "The absurdity runs deep." America uses American military equipment to bomb American military equipment [...]

Small Batch Bliss

Small Batch Bliss

By Jessica Forbes Have you found yourself in a beer rut, ordering up the same old go-to brews again and again? Maybe you’re just out to try a few new craft brews for the thrill of it, or are [...]

Calendar 8/28/14

Calendar 8/28/14

THURSDAY 8.28 “PIE MAKING 101” AT SO GOURMET Noon-1:30 p.m. Hone your pie crust making and rolling skills in this lunch class. A take home silicone measuring and baking mat is provided as a take [...]

Ears & Fingers

Ears & Fingers

By Jason Leger The New Pornographers-Brill Bruisers All too often, I’ve been turned off by the term ‘super group.’ Generally, it’s marketed by means of “If you love _____ and _____, [...]

“To Be Takei” Review

“To Be Takei” Review

By Clay Bloodworth It’s been 47 years since George Takei began his iconic role as Sulu on the “Star Trek” television series, and since then he’s gone on to participate in an animated show [...]

Calendar 8/21/14

Calendar 8/21/14

THURSDAY 8.21 “ALL WRAPPED UP” AT SO GOURMET Noon-1 p.m. So Gourmet’s Betsy LeGallais, a Certified Raw Foods Chef and Certified Holistic Health Coach, hosts this one-hour workshop on how to [...]

News of the Weird 8/21/14

News of the Weird 8/21/14

By Chuck Shepherd It's Facebook's World Now (1) Up-and-coming Sicilian mobster Domenico Palazzotto, 28, was outed in August by Italy's L'Espresso magazine as the owner of an ineffectively [...]

Seeing the World Through Steve McCurry’s Lens

Seeing the World Through Steve McCurry’s Lens

By Jennifer Leigh When photographer Steve McCurry took a portrait of a young Afghan girl while traveling with refugees in Pakistan in the early 1980s, there was probably no telling what would come [...]

The Tree House Picture Show

The Tree House Picture Show

By Jennifer Leigh It has a new name and new equipment, but the same dedicated staff. Movies 4 in Gulf Breeze—now Tree House Cinema—is back. Tripp Jordan had only been working at the [...]

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