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News of the Weird 11/29/13

News of the Weird 11/29/13

by Chuck Shepherd Family of Man The Marvels of Science: The notorious white separatist Craig Cobb is currently soliciting like-skinned people to move to his tiny town of Leith, N.D. (pop. 16), to [...]

Cruiserweight Returns

Cruiserweight Returns

By Hana Frenette Pop punk band Cruiserweight is returning to Pensacola yet again. The Austin-based group has named Pensacola their second home since the early 2000s and after dozens of shows here [...]

Make It or Fake It

Make It or Fake It

By: Jessica Forbes and Sarah McCartan The Thanksgiving holiday is the start of one of the most hectic times of the year for many people. And the decisions surrounding Turkey Day menus are usually [...]

Ears & Fingers 11.21.13

Ears & Fingers 11.21.13

By Jason Leger After the Beep: A Compilation Recorded on Phones, by Various Artists Technology, am I right? Viewing the current landscape of cell phones that do very little to actually resemble [...]

Painting, Poetry and Process

Painting, Poetry and Process

By: Sarah McCartan It doesn’t get much more vulnerable than opening yourself up through a visual display that rips off all of your layers and exposes the deepest parts of your inner being to the [...]

Hot Times 11.21-11.27.13

Hot Times 11.21-11.27.13

THURSDAY 11.21 HAPPENINGS RUNNING: SIX AT SIX 6 a.m. Running Wild, 3012 E Cervantes St. 435-9222 or werunwild.com. FIRST CITY ART CENTER 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. “Small Works” on display through [...]

Staff Pick: Meet Your Newest Neighbor

Staff Pick: Meet Your Newest Neighbor

By: Sarah McCartan Situated in the Historic Old East Hill neighborhood, just a block south of Cervantes on Gadsden Street, is a character-filled pink house—one that is home to 512 Gallery. An [...]

Staff Pick: A Different Kind of Food Truck

Staff Pick: A Different Kind of Food Truck

By Jessica Forbes Manna Food Pantries is holding a donation drive with the goal of collecting enough canned goods and non-perishable food items to fill a Mayflower moving truck, or maybe a couple [...]

Familiar Folk

Familiar Folk

By: Jessica Forbes When David Dondero plays shows in Pensacola, primarily two groups of people get happy. First his local fans, and second, his local friends. As Dondero’s one-time home in the [...]

Garden & Gifts Galore

Garden & Gifts Galore

By Sarah McCartan Dove Garden Shop offers an eclectic variety of gifts for both home and garden. The newly remodeled shop celebrates its grand reopening Saturday, Nov. 16, just in time to meet the [...]

Happenings 11/14/13

Happenings 11/14/13

THURSDAY 11.14 RUNNING: SIX AT SIX 6 a.m. Running Wild, 3012 E Cervantes St. 435-9222 or werunwild.com. FIRST CITY ART CENTER 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. “Small Works” on display through Nov. 30, [...]

Bird is the Word

Bird is the Word

by Jessica Forbes Touring in support of their latest album “Baba Yaga,” Athens, Ga.’s Futurebirds are headed back to Vinyl Music Hall. Across their growing catalog, the Futurebirds’ [...]

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