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St. Patrick’s Day Event Guide

St. Patrick’s Day Event Guide

A Guide to All Things Irish Around Town by Hana Frenette There are so many things to do on St. Patrick’s Day. Wear green. Don’t wear green and get pinched all day. Draw amateur sketches of [...]

Hangout Fest Returns

Hangout Fest Returns

2nd ANNUAL Hangout Fest Brings Exciting Lineup to Gulf Coast By Hana Frenette Hangout Fest is back. The second annual festival will be held May 20-22 in Gulf Shores, Ala. and will feature an [...]

News of the Weird 3/10/11

News of the Weird 3/10/11

By Chuck Sheppard New York University arts professor Wafaa Bilal had his camera surgically removed in February—the one that was implanted in the back of his skull in November to record, at [...]

The Last Word—Patty Hightower

The Last Word—Patty Hightower

Patty Hightower Escambia County School Board Member, District 4 What is your chief characteristic? I’m optimistic. Some even call me a Pollyanna. What do you appreciate most about your [...]

From Philadelphia With Love

From Philadelphia With Love

G. Love and Special Sauce Perform at Vinyl Music Hall By Kate Peterson Musicians are hard characters to nail down, and if you want to ask them questions, well, they are busy being creative and [...]

Community Outreach 3/10/11

Community Outreach 3/10/11

SACRED HEART CATHDRAL SCHOOL HOSTS TRIVIA NIGHT Trivia buffs will have a chance to prove their command of random bits of knowledge at Sacred Heart Cathedral School’s first ever Trivia Game Night on [...]

Hot Times 3/10/11

Hot Times 3/10/11

THURSDAY 3.10 ART ART HISTORY LECTURE AT PMA 6 p.m. Classical Civilizations 800 BC-337 AD. Free, reservations appreciated. Pensacola Museum of Art, 407 S. Jefferson St. 432-6247 or [...]

“Iconicity”: An Exhibit of Icons Representing Icons

“Iconicity”: An Exhibit of Icons Representing Icons

UWF Hosts an Exhibit That Praises Design By Hana Frenette The range of things an icon can be is expanding daily. Religious, musical, literary—whatever the icon, someone usually manages to slap [...]

News of The Weird 3/3/11

News of The Weird 3/3/11

by Chuck Shepherd Leading Economic Indicator The government of Romania, attempting both to make amends for historical persecution of fortune-telling “witches” and to collect more tax revenue, [...]

Hot Times 3/3/11

Hot Times 3/3/11

THURSDAY 3.3 PMA CULTURE CLUB 5-7:30 p.m. Culture Club is open to the public and free of charge. Join the crowd for great music, and great art. Pensacola Museum of Art, 407 S. Jefferson St. 432-6247 [...]

Party With A Purpose

Party With A Purpose

Covenant Hospice offers an array of events in March By Jennie McKeon It’s March madness at Covenant Hospice. Whether you’re looking to square dance or waltz, you can have a good time for a [...]

The Public Record 3/3/11

The Public Record 3/3/11

Dear Maxwell, I am a Navy pilot training at NAS Pensacola. The Officers’ Club on base is named after a man called Mustin. What did he do? William B. ........................ Henry C. Mustin [...]

The Last Word—Stephanie E. Knight

The Last Word—Stephanie E. Knight

Stephanie E. Knight LMT and Owner of Escape Wellness Spa What is your chief characteristic? Empathy. I tend to give people the benefit of the doubt first, almost to a fault. Who is your [...]

Bring On The Funk

Bring On The Funk

One-man band Zach Deputy comes to Pensacola’s Handlebar By Brett Hutchins The last time I ran into Zach Deputy, it was four o’clock in the morning in the middle of a huge Tennessee farm [...]

Betsy Badwater & The Hillbilly Chrome Get ‘Amped’

Betsy Badwater & The Hillbilly Chrome Get ‘Amped’

Rockabilly, Americana group to perform at WSRE’s ‘StudioAmped’ this weekend By Bradley “Beej” Davis Jr. She’s not a tall drink of water; she’s Betsy Badwater, and you’ll [...]

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