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Southern Musicians Give All

Southern Musicians Give All

Benefit Concert for the PBTF to Donate 100 Percent of Proceeds By Joli King A few days have passed since I spoke with Kelley Corwin, who is one-half of the singer/songwriter duo, Southern Sugar. [...]

Party On

Party On

Earth Day Celebrations Continue At Sluggo’s by Sarah Kathleen McCartan Director of Earth Day Pensacola Eric St. Pierre has discovered a way to keep celebrations extending well beyond daylight [...]

News of the Weird 4/14/11

News of the Weird 4/14/11

By Chuck Sheppard Laney Wallace, 16, won the beauty contest at the 53rd Rattlesnake Roundup in Sweetwater, Texas, in March and the next day fulfilled the first duty of her reign: to behead and [...]

Blue Morning Gallery Steps Up

Blue Morning Gallery Steps Up

Despite Recession and Oil Spill, Art Blooms Downtown BY Dylan O’Leary Why did 47 artists cross the road? 2,000 more square feet. Blue Morning Gallery just moved from its old location at [...]

Community Outreach 4/14/11

Community Outreach 4/14/11

BALLET PENSACOLA TO HOST BOURBON, BARBECUE AND BALLET, A KENTUCKY DERBY EVENT Ballet Pensacola will host Bourbon, Barbecue and Ballet, a Kentucky Derby Event, May 7, 2011, from 4 to 7 p.m. at the [...]

Ska Lives

Ska Lives

Less Than Jake brings hardcore brand of ska/punk rock to Seville By Grant Hutchinson Ska, the punk-rock hybrid that combines speedy guitar riffs with trumpet and trombone blasts, is alive and [...]

What A Laugh

What A Laugh

Comedian Doug Benson Performs at Seville Quarter by Kate Peterson Doug Benson has appeared in a variety of comedic outlets. His earliest appearances include Comedy Central’s “The A-List” [...]

Hot Times 4/14/11

Hot Times 4/14/11

THURSDAY 4.14 ART ART CLASS AT PAINTING WITH A TWIST 6-8 p.m. Bring your favorite bottle of wine or beverage, and paint a picture step by step that you will take home. 16 years and older. [...]

Music Relief

Music Relief

National, Regional And Local Musicians Play at Pirates Cove By Kate Peterson April 20 marks the one-year anniversary of the BP oil disaster. Flying under the radar is an incredible music [...]

The Public Record 4/14/11

The Public Record 4/14/11

by MAXWELL CHASE Dear Maxwell, I love that the Pensacola Museum of Art is in an old jailhouse. How did that come to be? -Dianne H. Not many art museums have bars on the windows, at least not [...]

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