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Strangers You Should Know

Strangers You Should Know

By Shelby Smithey Los Angeles-based duo Strangers You Know is no stranger to the festival scene, first as fans and now as full-time bandmates. In fact, the pair—Grady Lee, on vocals and [...]

When A Bully Ain’t ‘Too Tough’

When A Bully Ain’t ‘Too Tough’

By Francis Dean Alicia Bognanno is quick to admit she was never any good in school. Despite the alleged poor spelling and lack of motivation, she churns out endearing, nostalgic, honest lyrics as [...]

You Get What You Give

You Get What You Give

By Francis Dean Few things say ‘thank you’ like the gift of fresh muskrat meat. GIVERS, a five-piece indie pop band from Lafayette, Louisiana, have been hard at work promoting their [...]

“He was loyal to this city”

“He was loyal to this city”

John Sunday and the significance of his home By C. Scott Satterwhite “I often like to ride my bike around town, and I was attracted to that property,” said John Ellis, a Pensacola Realtor. [...]

And They’re Off

And They’re Off

GOP Race For Congress By Rick Outzen For the first time in 15 years, Northwest Florida will have an open Congressional seat. U.S. Rep. Jeff Miller announced in March that he would not seek [...]

Boil, Peel, Eat, Repeat

Boil, Peel, Eat, Repeat

By Shelby Smithey It’s almost time for that one weekend a year where Pensacola turns into a Cajun utopia. We’re talking about the 32nd Annual Pensacola Crawfish Festival. This year’s [...]

Green Issue: How Does Your Garden Grow?

Green Issue: How Does Your Garden Grow?

By Duwayne Escobedo A year ago, Innisfree Hotels took an abandoned, blighted community garden that belonged to the city near the Pensacola police station and turned it back into a lush space [...]

Green Issue: Brown is the New Green

Green Issue: Brown is the New Green

By Shelby Smithey The Emerald Coast Utilities Authority isn’t just going green, they’re going brown, too. ECUA began composting operations at the Central Water Reclamation Facility in [...]

Green Issue: Eco-Tourism—Coldwater Style

Green Issue: Eco-Tourism—Coldwater Style

By Shelby Smithey Nestled near Coldwater Creek in Milton, eco-resort Coldwater Gardens operates as a modern mecca for organic farming, education, tours and camping. The entire property is [...]

The ’16 Green Issue

The ’16 Green Issue

Featuring  Earth Day Pensacola, Coldwater Gardens, Innisfree Hotels' From the Ground Up Community Garden, SunFarm Energy, 350 Pensacola and more. The Importance of Earth [...]

Green Issue: A Novel Idea

Green Issue: A Novel Idea

By Jennifer Leigh Local author Susan Feather grew up in a military family, but always refers to her grandparents’ small farm in Tennessee as home. “Among the towering maples, by the green [...]

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