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The Last Word—James Hagan

The Last Word—James Hagan

James Hagan Graduate Student in English Literature, UWF What is your chief characteristic? Like Rocky Balboa, I pride myself on overcoming adversity when things look bleak. What do you [...]

Hot Times 10.21

Hot Times 10.21

THURSDAY 10.21 IN 2010 BEST OF THE COAST PARTY 6 p.m. Join Independent News and our 2010 Best of the Coast winners for live music and drink specials. Free and open to the public. Vinyl Music Hall, [...]

News of the Werid 10.21

News of the Werid 10.21

David Winkelman, 48, was arrested in Davenport, Iowa, in September on a misdemeanor warrant, still sporting “The Tattoo.” In late 2000, Winkelman, reacting to a radio “contest,” had his [...]

Corks and Forks

Corks and Forks

WSRE Hosts 22nd Annual Wine and Food Classic By Jennie McKeon After 21 years, you probably know that WSRE’s annual Food and Wine Classic is just around the corner. Hopefully you got your [...]

Last Word—Christopher Davis

Last Word—Christopher Davis

Christopher Davis president of Clever Ogre, Inc. What is your chief characteristic? Focused chaos What do you appreciate most about your friends? That they can deal with focused chaos Who [...]

Rasputina: Cello Rock Trio

Rasputina: Cello Rock Trio

A Musical History Lesson with Corsets and Hoopskirts Erica House Colonial federalism, feral children and the Anti-Rent Wars of 1844 are not the typical sources of inspiration for most musicians, [...]

Community Outreach 10.21

Community Outreach 10.21

DINE OUT FOR UNITED WAY PLANNED FOR OCT. 8-22 The second annual Dine Out for United Way is bigger and better this year with 29 participating restaurants in the Pensacola Bay Area and one in Fort [...]

Flyers Back on the Ice

Flyers Back on the Ice

High Hopes as Hockey Season Begins by Scott Huhn Pensacola’s hockey fans are letting out a collective sigh of relief, for the wait is over. The skating, the shoving, the icing, and the fouling [...]

The Flight Attendants

The Flight Attendants

More Than Just a Dance Team By Erica House Thirteen may just be the lucky number for the Pensacola Ice Flyers this season. The Ice Flyers have announced the addition of a dance team, [...]

451 Years In The Making

451 Years In The Making

Pensacola’s First Proper Beach Festival Debuts By Will strickland For those of us who thought that Pensacola is where motivation goes to die, it was a surprise to hear that DeLuna Fest would be [...]

Community Outreach 10.14

Community Outreach 10.14

DINE OUT FOR UNITED WAY PLANNED FOR OCT. 8-22 The second annual Dine Out for United Way is bigger and better this year with 29 participating restaurants in the Pensacola Bay Area and one in Fort [...]

Last Word-Megan Clough

Last Word-Megan Clough

Megan Clough (Gainfully Employed) What is your chief characteristic? Dedication—it gets you through the tough spots and always to the good things. What do you appreciate most about your [...]

Hot Times 10.14

Hot Times 10.14

THURSDAY 10.14 ‘BREAKING THE SILENCE’ TOUR OF GULF COAST KIDS HOUSE 8:30 a.m. This introduction to “Kid’s House” provides an informative overview of the concepts and processes of the [...]

News of the Weird 10.14

News of the Weird 10.14

More Creative Alternate-Site Surgery: Doctors from the University of California, San Diego, and the University of Washington announced in September that they could just as well handle certain brain [...]

The Public Record 10.14

The Public Record 10.14

Dear Maxwell, -Recently I was reading a book on Florida history when I was surprised to see that it mentioned the folk hero/frontiersman Daniel Boone. What do you know about the time that Boone [...]

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