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Bon Temps by the Pound

Bon Temps by the Pound

By Jessica Forbes Get your crawfish eating moves ready: it’s time for the 30th Annual Pensacola Crawfish Festival. Even if you’re not a fan of the main dish, the festival presented by Fiesta [...]

News of the Weird 5/1/14

News of the Weird 5/1/14

by Chuck Shepherd "Oooooo! Aaaaahhh! Eh?" The Canadian Radio-television & Telecommunications Commission in March reprimanded three pornography broadcast stations—not for excessively erotic [...]

Family Ties: The Beck Family

Family Ties: The Beck Family

The Beck family has three representatives on the 2014 IN Power List: father Gregg, daughter Autumn  and son Justin. Justin is the president of Beck Property Company, the commercial real estate [...]

The Art of the Brick

The Art of the Brick

By Jennifer Leigh For some, Legos are just small, plastic bricks that get sucked up in vacuums. To New York City-based artist Nathan Sawaya, they are his medium of choice. Known as the Brick [...]

Comically Fun

Comically Fun

By Jennifer Leigh Since 2002, independent comic book stores have been celebrating Free Comic Book Day on the first Saturday of May, not only to entice customers to support small businesses, but to [...]

Ears & Fingers 5/1/14

Ears & Fingers 5/1/14

Future-Honest When an artist invites Kanye West to make a cameo on their album and makes him an afterthought who merely seems to flow along with the song’s script, one would be remiss to ignore [...]

‘A greater art community’

‘A greater art community’

By Jennifer Leigh Even though Jason Montgomery has been painting since grade school, he was intimidated by the thought of putting his work out in the open. “I needed the encouragement,” he [...]

A Symphonic Season Finale

A Symphonic Season Finale

By Jessica Forbes Alliteration and classical music are set to have a grand evening at the Saenger Theatre during “Mozart & Mahler,” the final concert of the Pensacola Symphony [...]

Ears & Fingers 4/24/14

Ears & Fingers 4/24/14

by Jason Leger EELS-The Cautionary Tales of Mark Oliver Everett “In the dark of night, I might be able to make myself think that I’m still a younger man.” Eels, much akin to The Smashing [...]

News of the Weird 4/24/14

News of the Weird 4/24/14

by Chuck Shepherd Alter Egos First-term U.S. Rep. Ted Yoho of Florida is already among the House's most conservative members, but his Republican primary challenger claims to be even more so—but [...]

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