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News of the Weird 3/24/16

News of the Weird 3/24/16

By Chuck Shepherd Hardly a "Do-Nothing" Congress In March, U.S. Rep. Pete Sessions of Texas, chairman of the House Rules Committee, introduced a resolution to recognize "magic" as one of America's [...]

Ears & Fingers 3/24/16

Ears & Fingers 3/24/16

By Jason Leger Andrew Bird-Are You Serious Andrew Bird seems hell-bent and determined to make sure that we know just how musically flexible he is. “But when you break up, sky's falling, no one [...]

Calendar 3/24/16

Calendar 3/24/16

THURSDAY 3.24 'AMERICAN HOMICIDE' FORUM 4 p.m. Two University of West Florida professors will discuss new book, "American Homicide," which explores how and why people kill and how crimes are [...]

Shining Light on the Darkness

Shining Light on the Darkness

By Jennifer Leigh Jerome Shannon, executive director of Pensacola Opera, has tried to present Jake Heggie's, "Out of Darkness" three times to the local community. "I was intrigued by 'Out of [...]

Filmmaker On the Rise

Filmmaker On the Rise

By Jennifer Leigh Clay Bloodworth is just 17. Yet the Gulf Breeze High School student has already started mapping out his career in film. Last month, his short film, “Cold Deceit,” was [...]

A Drunker Shade of Green

A Drunker Shade of Green

By Shelby Smithey Drawing inspiration from a host of personal musical experiences, A Drunker Shade of Green brings a renewed energy to the Celtic music that lies at the root of their collective [...]

Process This

Process This

By Shelby Smithey We all have our own process, whether it be completing a task or finishing a project. The same is true for artists, and the way they work can have a profound effect on their art [...]

Calendar 3/17/16

Calendar 3/17/16

THURSDAY 3.17 ST. PADDY'S DAY PUB CRAWL 10:30 a.m. Go Irish, island style. The annual pub crawl makes stops at bars across Pensacola Beach. pensacolabeachchamber.com ST. PATRICK'S WEEKEND AT [...]

News of the Weird 3/17/16

News of the Weird 3/17/16

By Chuck Shepherd Glaciers and Gender University of Oregon professor Mark Carey produced a 10,300-word journal article in January proposing a new sensitivity to Earth's melting icecaps: a [...]

Ears & Fingers 3/17/16

Ears & Fingers 3/17/16

By Jason Leger Iggy Pop-Post Pop Depression Iggy Pop has long since risen above the status of punk icon and has moved more into the range of American staple. Across his 56-year career, his antics [...]

All Dogs Go to Sluggo’s

All Dogs Go to Sluggo’s

By Shelby Smithey With roots firmly planted in the DIY punk scene, Midwesterners All Dogs interlace ‘90s aesthetic with frontwoman Maryn Jones’ lyrics to create self-described “loud pop [...]

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