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Countdown to New Year’s Eve

Countdown to New Year’s Eve

To help make a solid plan to ring in the New Year, we’ve compiled a list of all the best events happening around town. From fine dining feasts at your favorite restaurants to fireworks with the [...]

Testing the Waters

Testing the Waters

By Shelby Smithey Grown tired of playing in bands he didn’t have much creative liberty in, Atlanta-based singer-songwriter Ben Cramer ventured out on his own as Old Sea Brigade. The 24-year-old [...]

Calendar 12/17/15

Calendar 12/17/15

THURSDAY 12.17 WINE TASTING AT AWM 5 p.m. Try something new every week at Aragon Wine Market’s regular wine tasting, only a few blocks from downtown. Aragon Wine Market, 27 S. 9th [...]

Ears & Fingers 12/17/15

Ears & Fingers 12/17/15

By Jason Leger Retrospect: Spoon-Gimme Fiction Over the past year, Spoon has been on fire. On the heels of releasing the nearly-perfect “They Want my Soul,” the band has followed up with an [...]

News of the Weird 12/17/15

News of the Weird 12/17/15

By Chuck Shepherd Are We Safe? As if 2015 weren't bad enough for the Department of Homeland Security (e.g., in June, internal DHS tests revealed that its Transportation Security Administration [...]

Holiday Calendar 12/17/15

Holiday Calendar 12/17/15

THURSDAY 12.17 VICTORIAN HOLIDAY TRADITIONS 2:30 p.m. Visit the Lear/Rocheblave home as it is decorated with holiday cheer and learn how families celebrated the holiday season in the late 19th [...]

Member’s Only

Member’s Only

By Shelby Smithey Artel Gallery’s Member’s Show will be on exhibit through Jan. 8, and with more than 100 submissions, this year is a guaranteed diverse palette of artwork. “This is one [...]

Ears & Fingers 12/10/15

Ears & Fingers 12/10/15

By Jason Leger Father John Misty-Live at Rough Trade Confidence can be a tricky thing. There are plenty of people in the world who are overly confident about how they speak and write, yet they [...]

Caring at Christmas

Caring at Christmas

By Jennifer Leigh There’s nothing wrong with getting wrapped up in the holidays—all the gift buying, cookie baking and party going—but it’s also an important time to think of ways to give [...]

Don’tcha Wanna PechaKucha?

Don’tcha Wanna PechaKucha?

By Shelby Smithey Started in 2003 by two Tokyo architects, PechaKucha is a fast, concise presentation style that encourages active discussion with its unique format. The Japanese word for [...]

For the Film Fans

For the Film Fans

By Jennifer Leigh Mark the end of fall with the Pensacola Cinema Art Fall Screen Series. The semi-annual film festival showcases films from both the small and big screens, from the acclaimed [...]

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