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Superchunk

Superchunk

By Hana Frenette Superchunk has been around to see a lot of changes in the music industry. When the indie rock band from Chapel Hill, N.C. first started making records, one could buy their music [...]

Locals on the Scene

Locals on the Scene

By Hana Frenette Several Pensacola bands are getting their chance to shine at DeLuna again this year. Let’s support them, loud and proud. Paloma 1:30-2 p.m., Saturday, WindCreek [...]

When Brothers Converge

When Brothers Converge

By Kate Peterson Sometimes it takes 15 or so years to realize you had a band formed—when you were born. That is exactly what happened to Chris and Oliver Wood of The Wood Brothers. After their [...]

Get IN

Get IN

Tweet! Tweet! Are you on Twitter? You should be. And you should follow InatDeLunaFest—that's the IN's twitter page, devoted exclusively to all things DeLuna, all weekend long. We've got tweeters [...]

Staff Picks

Staff Picks

by Hana Frenette Florence and the Machine Florence’s voice is soulful and airy-light at the same time. The stomps, claps, and jingle bells often included in the song arrangements give the [...]

A Moment with Motopony


A Moment with Motopony


By Katya Ivanov Singer, songwriter, writer and artist, Daniel Blue is the creative force behind Motopony. His haunting vocal delivery carries poignant lyrics that float beside their melodies. I [...]

League of Extraordinary Women

League of Extraordinary Women

What It’s Like To Be a Woman in Business By Jennie McKeon It shouldn’t surprise you that a lot of great businesses in Pensacola—retail, restaurants, event planners—have great women behind [...]

Seeing Our Best Years Ahead

Seeing Our Best Years Ahead

What the Quality of Life Survey Tells Us By Rick Outzen It’s a sunny Saturday and downtown Pensacola is bustling. People—young, old, black, white, families with babies in strollers, couples [...]

Guns in the Sun

Guns in the Sun

Florida Considers Open-Carry Amidst Summer Shootings By Jeremy Morrison The exhibition hall at the Pensacola Interstate Fairgrounds was buzzing with electricity. As Sunday afternoon set in, [...]

Pet Psychics: Showing You What You’re Missing

Pet Psychics: Showing You What You’re Missing

by Jesscia Forbes As a pet owner with two cats in my home, I feel I usually have a good sense of what my cats are trying to communicate. Most of their messages are undoubtedly food-specific, as [...]

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