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DIY Making

DIY Making

If you’re looking for an opportunity to try your hands at making between now and the holidays, you’re in luck. Here are some ongoing and upcoming workshops providing you some hands-on making [...]

Meet More Makers

Meet More Makers

Of course, these three all-stars aren't the only makers in town. Pensacola is full of talent—especially if you know where to look (and shop). Here are a few more opportunities to view and purchase [...]

V is for Vegan

V is for Vegan

Ways to Get Involved and Informed During World Vegan Month By Sarah McCartan November marks the return of countless holidays, including Veterans Day, Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and "No Shave [...]

A Taste of Pumpkin

A Taste of Pumpkin

Pumpkins aren’t simply eye candy. In fact, when prepared accordingly, this delightful squash can work its way seamlessly into many a delicious seasonal treat. And you don’t even have to feel bad [...]

Halloween’s Three-Day Weekend

Halloween’s Three-Day Weekend

By Jessica Forbes This year’s Thursday Halloween has, as a result of its not-quite-the-weekend calendar placement, split the boo-riffic action up a bit. Whether you can make it out to party on [...]

Slacker Creativity

Slacker Creativity

Last Minute Costume Ideas That Require Very Little Effort—Honest Just because you waited until Halloween to actually think about Halloween doesn't mean you have to have a crappy costume. You [...]

Carve or Get Crafty

Carve or Get Crafty

Generally speaking, the month of October and even more specifically the days leading up to Halloween are for many, traditionally synonymous with carving pumpkins in the spirit of the season. That [...]

Halloween Handbook

Halloween Handbook

Events, Costume Ideas, DIYs, Pumpkins A Plenty, Tricks & Treats Last Minute Costume Ideas That Require Very Little Effort—Honest Carve or Get Crafty A Taste of Pumpkin Halloween’s [...]

On a Krewesade to Find a Cure

On a Krewesade to Find a Cure

Local Mardi Gras Krewe Paints the Town Pink by Jennifer Leigh When you're in the Krewe du YaYas, it's Breast Cancer Awareness Month all year long. "A bunch of our founding sisters wanted to [...]

Thinking (and Shopping) Pink

Thinking (and Shopping) Pink

by Jennifer Leigh Donating isn't just about writing a check and sitting back. During October — and really all year round—you can sport "pink" items that not only contribute to cancer research, [...]

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