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Traveling Light with a lot of Baggage

Traveling Light with a lot of Baggage

An Interview with Legendary Singer/Songwriter Dave Dondero by Scott Satterwhite Dave Dondero has been a part of the indie music scene since fronting the South Carolina band Sunbrain from 1990-96. [...]

Make It Pop

Make It Pop

IN's Annual Summer Guide by Joani Delezen & Samantha Crooke Love it or hate it, summer is officially upon us. In addition to extra long, extra hot days, we can also look forward to the [...]

Sunday’s Child is Giving Back

Sunday’s Child is Giving Back

By Jessica Forbes Sunday’s Child, a new philanthropic organization serving Pensacola, is preparing to make its debut. Currently awaiting approval of its 501(c)(3) or non-profit status, the [...]

Never a Dull Moment

Never a Dull Moment

Memorial Day weekend—sometimes referred to as Memorial Day Pride or Pensacola Beach Pride*—comes with no shortage of parties. For those who aren’t exhausted after a day (or four) on the beach, [...]

Unleashing Mary Lambert

Unleashing Mary Lambert

By Jennifer Leigh When Mary Lambert takes the stage at Pensacola Unleashed on Sunday night, be prepared for a roller coaster of emotions. “The shows are really intense,” Lambert said on her [...]

Memorial Day Weekend 2014

Memorial Day Weekend 2014

It’s no secret that Pensacola’s beaches draw huge crowds, and have done so for decades. Throughout the year, for one occasion or another, visitors come to enjoy the sugar white sands and blue [...]

A Busy Year

A Busy Year

Though Memorial Day weekend has long attracted LGBT visitors and locals alike to the beach for a weekend of relaxation, revelry, or some combination thereof, Northwest Florida in general is not often [...]

The Economics of Equality

The Economics of Equality

If you're looking to spend your money in gay friendly businesses this weekend (and in general), we recommend studying up on the current roster for the Pensacola Alliance for Equality (PAE).  PAE [...]

In Observance

In Observance

Amid the festivities that have grown to surround Memorial Day weekend, it's important to remember the reason behind this federal holiday too—honoring the memory of the men and women who have died [...]

Hangout Fest ’14—Making Thunder Clatter

Hangout Fest ’14—Making Thunder Clatter

By Sarah McCartan Typically a band is formed prior to making an album. In the case of the anything but typical Nashville-based quintet Wild Cub, things shaped up a bit differently. At the [...]

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