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An 80-year Tradition Returns

An 80-year Tradition Returns

The Pensacola Interstate Fair is celebrating its 80th anniversary with 11 fun-filled days from Oct. 16-26 at the Pensacola Fairgrounds. With over 60 rides, top-name entertainers, loads of [...]

Pledge Your Allegiance

Pledge Your Allegiance

By Jennifer Leigh A natural part of public radio is its survival on public funding. Twice a year, 88.1 WUWF hosts a 10-day pledge drive to raise necessary funds to keep the station and its [...]

A Good Blend

A Good Blend

By Jessica Forbes Perhaps you’ve seen them perform during Gallery Night or maybe at a bar anywhere from Panama City to Mobile. In a little more than a year, Continuum has become a local favorite [...]

Ears & Fingers 10/9/14

Ears & Fingers 10/9/14

By Jason Leger Foxygen-…And Star Power Foxygen have an odd, albeit charming, quality about much of their music. While the band creates songs that very much hail a time past, which is also very [...]

News of the Weird 10/9/14

News of the Weird 10/9/14

By Chuck Shepherd Bionic Shoes Police in Japan's Kyoto Prefecture raided a shoe manufacturer in July and commandeered a list of about 1,500 purchasers of the company's signature "tosatsu [...]

Get Your Greek (Fest) On

Get Your Greek (Fest) On

By Jessica Forbes Whether spanakopita, dancing, or stained glass is your thing, those and many more food items, activities, and traditions will be a part of the 55th annual Pensacola Greek [...]

‘One Book, One Community’

‘One Book, One Community’

By Jennifer Leigh Reading the same book is much like entering an exclusive club—even if said book is a widespread best-seller. It’s the sense of sharing the same experience that has sprouted [...]

Horsing Around

Horsing Around

By Jennifer Leigh In keeping with tradition, Ballet Pensacola is beginning their performance season in a ghoulish manner. For the past few years, the ballet company opened with “Dracula.” [...]

News of the Weird 10/2/14

News of the Weird 10/2/14

By Chuck Shepherd Professional Biology Research The job of determining stress levels in whales is itself apparently stressful. The most reliable information about tension lies in hormones most [...]

Opening a Star-Studded Season

Opening a Star-Studded Season

By Jessica Forbes Last year, the Pensacola Symphony Orchestra (PSO) performed with several guest musicians on the Saenger Theatre stage. From Academy Award-winning film composer and conductor Bill [...]

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