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Staff Pick: King of the Wing

Staff Pick: King of the Wing

The concept is simple. The best wing eateries in the Pensacola area compete for the title of “King of the Wing,” and Pensacolians get to eat unlimited samples, drink copious amounts of soft [...]

The Last Word—Amber Rushing

Amber Rushing GENERAL MANAGER, ELISE COASTAL DINING What is your chief characteristic? Organization What do you appreciate most about your friends? They know the worst of me and refuse to [...]

The Last Word—Lauren Anzaldo

The Last Word—Lauren Anzaldo

Lauren Anzaldo Program Manager, Pathways for Change What is your chief characteristic? I am often smiling. What do you appreciate most about your friends? They are motivated, positive and [...]

Here Comes the Rain

Here Comes the Rain

Rain: A Tribute to the Beatles Plays at the Saenger Theatre By Hana Frenette Have a little help from your friends and maybe you’ll end up on Broadway. It might help if you possess the talent to [...]

The Public Record 9.30

The Public Record 9.30

Dear Maxwell, I was wondering if, in the spirit of Pensacola becoming the “live music Mecca” it is again destined to be, could The Public Record do an article remembering the Bayfront [...]

IN Interview: The Electric Six

IN Interview: The Electric Six

Detroit’s ‘Wild Bunch’ comes to Vinyl By SEAN BOONE They took you to the “Gay Bar,” hit you with a shot of “High Voltage,” and put you on the floor with the “Dance Commander.” [...]

HOT TIMES 9.30-10.13

HOT TIMES 9.30-10.13

THURSDAY 09.30 A TASTE OF THE SEASON 5:30 p.m. Jackson’s Chef Irv Miller will introduce his fall/winter menu accompanied by wine selections from Curtis Flower of Distinctive Kitchens. $65. [...]

Beyond the Beach

Beyond the Beach

Art and Wine Weekend Gives Pensacola Beach a New Meaning By Jennie McKeon Pensacola Beach has more to offer than just catching rays and waves. At the third annual Art and Wine Weekend—Saturday, [...]

Brahms, Not Bombs

Brahms, Not Bombs

Pensacola Symphony Orchestra Kicks Off Its 85th Season by Will Strickland It’s time to get out your most dashing attire and head down to the Saenger Theatre for the beginning of another superb [...]

Community Outreach 9.30

Community Outreach 9.30

CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT The Panhandle Charitable Open will be held Oct. 1-2 at the Marcus Pointe Golf Club. The two-man, best-ball tournament has raised thousands of dollars for local charities [...]

Hey, Hot Dog!

Hey, Hot Dog!

Local Football Fans Unite By Barry Shuck Going to any live football game is the ultimate fan experience: excessive noise, live action, getting beer spilled on you, traveling to a different [...]

To Raise A Little Money, You Gotta Raise A Little Hell

To Raise A Little Money, You Gotta Raise A Little Hell

Local Bands Come Together To Benefit Emerald Coastkeeper At Rock For The Coast 2010 By Jim McGruder The oil spill in our Gulf of Mexico has devastated our region and radically changed our way of [...]

Last Word: Homer Jolly

Last Word: Homer Jolly

Homer Jolly, Owner, Southern Draw’l Design, Illustration, Design and Marketing What is your chief characteristic? I would like to think that I have a good attitude about life and an [...]

Staff Pick: Africian-American Shakespeare

Staff Pick:  Africian-American Shakespeare

Shelton Alexander, professionally known as African-American Shakespeare, is a poet and an activist. Alexander has been part of the spoken word scene since 2001. He won the title of Grand Slam [...]

Community Outreach 9.26.10

Community Outreach 9.26.10

CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT The Panhandle Charitable Open will be held Oct. 1-2 at the Marcus Pointe Golf Club. The two-man, best-ball tournament has raised thousands of dollars for local charities [...]

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