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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 [...]

Spring Eats: The #GirlBoss Edition

Spring Eats: The #GirlBoss Edition

By Shelby Smithey, Stephanie Sharp and Joani Delezen Despite dated stereotypes of housewives in aprons, cooking on a professional level is still kind of boys club in a lot of ways. Especially when [...]

Letting Intuition Lead

Letting Intuition Lead

With MariCarmen Josephs of Carmen's Lunch Bar Now in its fifth year, Carmen's Lunch Bar has become a downtown staple. MariCarmen Josephs, chef and owner, has established herself as an accessible [...]

Dessert Is Art

Dessert Is Art

With Corey Wall of Restaurant IRON Sometimes overlooked in the culinary world, dessert can round out a meal and leave a lasting impression. Restaurant IRONS's Pastry Chef Corey Wall knows this [...]

Baking It Happen

Baking It Happen

With Justine Gudmundson-McCain of Bluejay's Bakery Bluejay's Bakery is a boutique bakery specializing in cakes, cupcakes and other treats, with options available for all dietary restrictions. [...]

The Vegan Veteran

The Vegan Veteran

With Jen Knight-Shoemaker of End of the Line Cafe End of the Line Cafe has been a unique fixture of the Pensacola food scene since its opening in 2002. As head chef and owner, Jen Knight-Shoemaker [...]

Southern Chefs Do It Best

Southern Chefs Do It Best

With Amy Potmesil of Union Public House Union Public House has quickly become one of Pensacola's favorite dining spots since opening a little over a year ago. Started by Blake Rushing and Patrick [...]

Sweet, Sweet Freedom

Sweet, Sweet Freedom

With Jordan Hewes of George Artisan Bakery & Bistro Creative liberty is what keeps Jordan Hewes, pastry chef at George Artisan Bakery & Bistro, on her toes when crafting the perfect [...]

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