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The Last Word—Nicole Ransom

The Last Word—Nicole Ransom

Nicole Ransom Maritime Park Coordinator What is your chief characteristic? I am a very positive person. In saying that, I maintain positivity in all aspects of my life. What do you appreciate [...]

Soups On!

Soups On!

Manna Food Pantries Celebrates 4th Annual Fill A Bowl Event by Jennie McKeon At the Fill A Bowl for Manna event, you can feed yourself and your community in one donation. “All of the funds [...]

The Music Never Stopped

The Music Never Stopped

Road warriors Perpetual Groove return to Pensacola By Brett Hutchins That didn’t take long. Four months after one of the most successful shows in Vinyl Music Hall’s short history, Perpetual [...]

Hot Times 1.6-1.12

Hot Times 1.6-1.12

THURSDAY 1.6 PENSACOLA MARDI GRAS KICK-OFF CELEBRATION The official beginning of the Mardi Gras season and the blessing of all Krewes and participants. Tentative schedule of events: 5 p.m. Palafox [...]

There’s No Place Like Home

There’s No Place Like Home

Brett Haley Celebrates Debut Film, “The New Year” by Jennie McKeon When Brett Haley decided to make a film about going back home, he thought of only one place: Pensacola. “Going back [...]

IN Interview: Kyle Grooms

IN Interview: Kyle Grooms

The Jersey Devil Visits the Gulf Coast By Rob “Bubbs” Harris Kyle Grooms is an old-school comedian in a new age of entertainment. Many view comedy as a dying art form, with stand-up sinking [...]

What Of It?

What Of It?

Of Montreal Plays Mobile’s Soul Kitchen By Hana Frenette Of Montreal’s founder and front man Kevin Barnes isn’t the kind of performer who plays coy with the audience, smiling and nodding. [...]

Rustic, Authentic and Live

Rustic, Authentic and Live

Ragtime Blues Musician to Perform at RadioLive By Kate Peterson Singer, guitarist, composer and songwriter Luke Winslow-King will be featured at RadioLive, the venerable WUWF radio production [...]

The Public Record

The Public Record

Dear Max, I’ve been to the Billy Bowlegs Festival in Fort Walton before, and I was wondering if Billy Bowlegs was a real person? -Tracy B. ........................ Yes, Billy Bowlegs is an [...]

News Of The Weird

News Of The Weird

By Chuck Sheppard Catch-22 Catches Disabled Veteran: David Henderson, a Korean War veteran long suffering from paranoid schizophrenia, applied 15 days past the deadline for enhanced care under a [...]

The Last Word—Albert Lao

The Last Word—Albert Lao

Albert Lao Owner of Play by day, Bedroom DJ by night What is your chief characteristic? My rationality and humility What do you appreciate most about your friends? I’m blessed to have [...]

Community Outreach 1/6/11

Community Outreach 1/6/11

Gulf Islands National Seashore Announces 150th Civil War Anniversary Events Candlelight Tours of Fort Barrancas To commemorate the 150th anniversary of the beginning of the Civil War, Gulf Islands [...]

Gallery 88 Exhibits Spring 2011

Gallery 88 Exhibits Spring 2011

Tuesday,  January 18 – Friday, February 25, 2011, Shoeboxers and Other Breeds Artist and illustrator Jem Sullivan, has been illustrating for WUWF almost since the beginning. Many people may be [...]

Staff Pick—Haiti Benefit Show with The Gills and Johnny Apple-Eyes

Staff Pick—Haiti Benefit Show with The Gills and Johnny Apple-Eyes

Haiti Benefit Show with The Gills and Johnny Apple-Eyes WHEN: 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 23 WHERE: Blazzues, 200 S. Palafox St. COST: $10, 21 and up only DETAILS: myspace.com/blazzues The [...]

William Howell And The 18 String Army

William Howell And The 18 String Army

Marching into a Club Near You By Kate Peterson William Howell is a bundle of energy, to say the least. A mild-mannered multimedia specialist working at a downtown business by day, he is a [...]

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