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News of the Weird 7/3/14

News of the Weird 7/3/14

by Chuck Shepherd Science on the Cutting Edge On dairy farms across the country, cows bizarrely queue up, without prodding, to milk themselves by submitting to $250,000 robots that have recently [...]

A Fourth of July Friday

A Fourth of July Friday

For those venturing out on Friday, July 4 to join the Independence Day celebrations, the following are the main options for fireworks displays and even an associated dinner party or two. Sky [...]

Calendar 7/3/14

Calendar 7/3/14

THURSDAY 7.3 “INDEPENDENCE DAY MAKE IT & TAKE IT” AT SO GOURMET Noon-1:30 p.m. Join the SoGourmet team for a summertime lunch and prepare your dishes for your Fourth of July outing at the [...]

The “Belle” of Pensacola

The “Belle” of Pensacola

By Jessica Forbes They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Portraits are too, at least in the case of Dido Elizabeth Belle, the subject of the feature film “Belle.” The film tells the [...]

Meet Wray: A Power-Gazing Dream Pop Trio

Meet Wray: A Power-Gazing Dream Pop Trio

By Sarah McCartan If you are drawn to the atmospheric sounds of the band War on Drugs, then get ready to be captivated by newcomers Wray. Hailing from Birmingham, Alabama, this power-gaze trio is [...]

Ears & Fingers 6/26/14

Ears & Fingers 6/26/14

by Jason Leger Strand of Oaks-HEAL Sometimes in life, you meet someone and from the very second of introduction, you get the feeling this person is going to play some significant role in your [...]

Happenings 6/26/14

Happenings 6/26/14

THURSDAY 6.26 RUNNING: SIX AT SIX 6 a.m. The doors of Running Wild open every Tuesday and Thursday at 5:30 a.m. ahead of group runs that begin at 6 a.m. sharp. The casual group run is free of [...]

News of the Weird 6/26/14

News of the Weird 6/26/14

by Chuck Shepherd Man of the People? Scott Fistler, twice a loser for electoral office in Phoenix, Arizona, as a Republican, decided in November 2013 that his luck might improve as a Democrat with [...]

The Grand Budapest Hotel

The Grand Budapest Hotel

by Clay Bloodworth “You see, there are still faint glimmers of civilization left in this barbaric slaughterhouse that was once known as humanity.” Wes Anderson is one of them. His movies [...]

Small Plates, Big Picture

Small Plates, Big Picture

By Jessica Forbes The subject of food is generally a good, safe conversation starter at an event, particularly if you are striking up conversations with chefs and farmers. Talking about the food [...]

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