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News of the Weird

News of the Weird

By Chuck Sheppard The Cabral Chrysler dealership in Manteca, Calif., was so desperate for a sale in October that one of its employees picked up potential customer Donald Davis, 67, at his nursing [...]

Last Word—Charmere Gatson

Last Word—Charmere Gatson

Charmere Gatson University of West Florida, LeaP Class of 2011 What is your chief characteristic? Perseverance, because through all of the struggles I’ve been through in this life – most [...]

Champagne Wishes

Champagne Wishes

Distinctive Kitchens Hosts Grand Champagne Tasting By Jennie McKeon Even though it’s the holiday season, you don’t need a reason to enjoy some fine bubbly. At Distinctive Kitchens’ fourth [...]

A Holiday Classic

A Holiday Classic

Ballet Pensacola Presents “The Nutcracker” by Jennie McKeon It’s a Christmas tradition that will never get old. Whether you’re going to see the Sugar Plum Fairy or Clara and the [...]

Hot Times 12.16

Hot Times 12.16

THURSDAY 12.16 ZOO LIGHTS 5-9 p.m. Through Dec. 23. Also Dec. 26-31. Enjoy the beauty of the zoo at night and thousands of sparkling holiday lights. General admission $7. Members $5. Train rides [...]

Feel the Funk

Feel the Funk

Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk Comes to Vinyl Music Hall By Kate Peterson Ivan Neville is the son of the famed New Orleans musician Aaron Neville. In 2003, Ivan, along with his cousin Ian Neville, [...]

Community Outreach

Community Outreach

StoryCorps MobileBooth Returning to Collect Oil Spill Stories The national oral history project, StoryCorps, is returning to Pensacola to collect oil spill stories for preservation at the Library of [...]

News of the Weird 12.16

News of the Weird 12.16

By Chuck Sheppard Among the oppressive patriarchal customs that remain in force in Saudi Arabia is a requirement that females obtain their father’s (or guardian’s) permission before marrying [...]

The Last Word—Kismet J. Rideau

The Last Word—Kismet J. Rideau

Kismet J. Rideau Director, College Reach-Out Program (CROP), Academic Advisor, Instructor What is your chief characteristic? Sincerity and public speaking What do you appreciate most about [...]

Drayton Sawyer and The Offer: Sharing More Than Just a Border

Drayton Sawyer and The Offer: Sharing More Than Just a Border

Alabama and Florida Bands Team Up and Help Each Other Out BY Rob “Bubbs” Harris There is no denying the “Flora-Bama” connection around these parts. There seems to especially be a strange, [...]

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