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A Tale of Tradition

A Tale of Tradition

Broadway in Pensacola Series Presents “Fiddler on the Roof” By Jennie McKeon Maybe you can’t do the bottle dance or belt out “Tradition,” but you can be a part of “Fiddler on the [...]

Award Winning Writer Joseph Skibell Visits UWF

Award Winning Writer Joseph Skibell Visits UWF

A Reading and Book Signing By Kate Peterson Joseph Skibell, award winning novelist and director of the prestigious Richard Ellman Lectures in Modern Literature at Emory University in Atlanta, [...]

The Public Record 11.11

The Public Record 11.11

Dear Maxwell, I live in East Hill, and I have always admired the old Sacred Heart building. What can you tell us about that? -Gene W. ........................ The antique gothic building in the [...]

Frank Brown International Songwriter’s Festival

Frank Brown International Songwriter’s Festival

Twenty-Six Years of Talent and Celebrating the Late Frank Brown By Jennie McKeon Before you head out to your favorite bar to hear one of the 150 songwriters pour their hearts out at the Frank [...]

The Last Word—Blake Rushing

The Last Word—Blake Rushing

Blake Rushing Head Chef, Elise Coastal Dining What is your chief characteristic? Trustworthy What do you appreciate most about your friends? They are always there for me. Who is your [...]

Hot Times 11.11

Hot Times 11.11

THURSDAY 11.18 ▲5TH ANNUAL BEAUJOLAIS NOUVEAU PARTY 6-8 p.m. Taste and buy Beaujolais Nouveau as you enjoy live French music, French onion soup and door prizes. La Masion d’Elodie, 824 E. La Rua [...]

A Good Comeback

A Good Comeback

Open Mic Night at End of the Line Café Returns by Hana Frenette Open Mic Night: sure, it’s usually the place to go to hear acoustic odes to lost lovers and heartfelt poems about life and what [...]

Small Business Boomers

Small Business Boomers

A New Generation of Local Businesses Opens Doors By Hana Frenette Despite the BP oil spill and the somewhat sluggish economy of the area, local businesses have been popping up left and right. [...]

Community Outreach

Community Outreach

Senior Gift Requests Expected to Increase This Holiday as Economic Slump Continues Be a Santa to a Senior®, the popular campaign that has delivered 1.2 million gifts to needy seniors throughout [...]

Heart of Glass

Heart of Glass

Belmont Arts and Cultural Center Celebrates 4th Annual Glass Jam By Jennie McKeon The art of glass blowing may not be common knowledge for everyone. Fortunately, the Belmont Arts and Cultural [...]

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