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We All Scream!

We All Scream!

For National Ice Cream Day —Sunday, July 16— By Joani Delezen & Sammi Sontag —The Reagan Scoop— In case you're wondering if National Ice Cream Day is just another made up holiday [...]

Memories of Punks’ Past

Memories of Punks’ Past

By Shelby Nalepa Historian Ian Hamilton wanted to find a way to preserve the punk scene he grew up in and learn more about the under-documented community that came before him. What resulted is [...]

Reigniting the Fire

Reigniting the Fire

By Andy Gray Saturday, June 17 marks the return of PensacolaPRIDE. The theme of this year's weeklong celebration is "Reignite the Fire" and organizers are hoping it resonates with [...]

Get In A Routine

Get In A Routine

For some people the word “routine” means “rut” but it really shouldn’t. Especially when the “routine” in question involves things like seeing classic movies on the big screen or taking [...]

Popping Off

Popping Off

What you’ll be reading, watching and listening to all summer long By Joani Delezen, Jennifer Leigh, Sammi Sontag and Daniel Barnes —Movies— Summer Hope Springs Eternal The summer movie [...]

Keep It Clean

Keep It Clean

By Shelby Smithey Anyone who's ever celebrated Memorial Day Weekend on Pensacola Beach will tell you that it's as much about the daytime fun on the beach as it anything else. Because of that, [...]

Memorial Day Weekend After Dark: The Complete Guide

Memorial Day Weekend After Dark: The Complete Guide

By Shelby Smithey Memorial Day Weekend is officially upon us and that means one of the country's biggest LGBT celebrations is just kicking off at Pensacola Beach. To help you plan your weekend to [...]

Hangout Fest 2017

Hangout Fest 2017

Raise your hand if you’re Orange Beach bound for Hangout Fest this weekend? Alright, now put your hand down and start reading—because we’ve covered a lot of ground in this issue and you [...]

Pensacola, One Letter at a Time

Pensacola, One Letter at a Time

By Shelby Smithey Twenty-six weeks ago, Pensacola-based graphic designer Veronique Zayas decided to take on a project to both work on her own skills and do a little exploring in her city. The [...]

Celebrating The ‘Original American Art’

Celebrating The ‘Original American Art’

By Jennifer Leigh In an age where everything is digital, comic books—actual paper books—are still as popular as ever. But perhaps they're even more popular when they're free. Since 2002, [...]

Pensacola’s Panhandling Dilemma

Pensacola’s Panhandling Dilemma

By Rick Outzen The homeless and panhandling have been problems for Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward since he took office in 2011. Several times, he has attempted ordinances to deal with them. Each [...]

“I’m the Khrushchev of record stores”

“I’m the Khrushchev of record stores”

Celebrating 10 Years of Record Store Day and 30 Years as the "Record Store Guy" with Eric Jones By C.S. Satterwhite Celebrating its 10th anniversary this Saturday, Record Store Day (RSD) is now [...]

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