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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 [...]

Hangout Fest ’14—Don’t Take Any Lip

Hangout Fest ’14—Don’t Take Any Lip

By Hana Frenette Between touring the world, filming a documentary, getting arrested in India for kissing fellow bandmates on stage and releasing a new album, Black Lips have a lot on their [...]

Hangout Fest ’14—On A First Name Basis

Hangout Fest ’14—On A First Name Basis

By Sarah McCartan “There’s a reason we’re called ‘Matt and Kim.’ We’re on a first name basis,” said Matt , half of the widely known rock, pop duo, Matt and Kim. Between Kim’s [...]

Hangout Fest ’14—A Capital Idea

Hangout Fest ’14—A Capital Idea

By Jessica Forbes Late afternoon on Day 3 of a festival can be an iffy time—fatigue has likely set in, and you need an act to help you push through and keep your spark alive. For that, Capital [...]

Hangout Fest ’14—Make Out King Comes to the Beach

Hangout Fest ’14—Make Out King Comes to the Beach

By Jessica Forbes If Hangout Fest had superlatives, The Tontons would probably be voted something like “Band Most Likely to Make You Feel Like You’re in a French Film from the 1960s—or the [...]

Hangout Fest ’14—Looking Forward with Wild Belle

Hangout Fest ’14—Looking Forward with Wild Belle

by Joani Delezen If you're looking for a band on this year's line-up that sounds like Hangout Fest feels, look no further than Wild Belle. The duo, made up of siblings Elliot and Natalie Bergman, [...]

Hangout Fest ’14

Hangout Fest ’14

If you were lucky enough to score tickets before Hangout Fest sold out, we hope you're ready for one hell of a weekend. From hip hop heroes to indie icons and everything in between, this year's [...]

Hangout Fest ’14—Showing Their Sounds

Hangout Fest ’14—Showing Their Sounds

By Jessica Forbes Technology is an important point of discussion when it comes to Gemini Club’s musical output. When you’re dancing at the Chicago-based band’s set on Friday, the lights [...]

Hangout Fest ’14—Crooning and Swooning

Hangout Fest ’14—Crooning and Swooning

By Sarah McCartan Don’t let the name fool you. St. Paul and The Broken Bones are anything but broken. This seven-piece band from Birmingham, Alabama featuring frontman Paul Janeway, is equal [...]

Hangout Fest ’14—Twin Heartthrobs

Hangout Fest ’14—Twin Heartthrobs

Sarah McCartan If it seems like it has been a decade since the release of Tegan and Sara’s album “So Jealous,” it’s because it has been. Although this wasn’t their first full-length [...]

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