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Winners & Losers 7/19/18

Winners & Losers 7/19/18

Winners Joe Zarzaur The Escambia-Santa Rosa Bar Association honored the Pensacola attorney with the 2018 Michael Doubek Community Service Award for Zarzaur’s commitment to the local community. [...]

A Place for the Punks

A Place for the Punks

By Stephanie Sharp For locals and tourists alike, it’s difficult to escape the historic nature of Pensacola’s culture. You can’t swing a petrified cat without hitting a historical marker or [...]

News of the Weird 7/19/18

News of the Weird 7/19/18

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel Karma Walt Dean King, 69, just wanted to take a look at a used car for sale on July 4. But when he approached the vehicle in the small California town of Tracy, [...]

Perfect Plain Drafts A Perfect Week

Perfect Plain Drafts A Perfect Week

By Sammi Sontag Beer, beer and more beer is what to expect at Perfect Plain’s inaugural Pensacola Beer Week July 23–29. So if you go thirsty, you’ll leave happy. The brewery wanted to [...]

When Two Is Better Than One

When Two Is Better Than One

By Savannah Evanoff War Twins knows the best things in life come in twos. After all, the art rock grunge pop duo is made up of two people, Gaetana and James Grey. And Gaetana, the primary [...]

Hayward’s Final Budget

Hayward’s Final Budget

By Rick Outzen Mayor Ashton Hayward last week submitted to the Pensacola City Council his final budget, which will cover the last eight weeks of his administration and the first 44 of his [...]

Going “Bigger” With Sugarland

Going “Bigger” With Sugarland

By Sammi Sontag After an eight-year hiatus and tons of anticipation, Sugarland is hitting the road for their “Still the Same” summer tour. And lucky for Gulf Coast fans, Kristian Bush and [...]

Catch the Classics

Catch the Classics

By Jennie McKeon It's a popular belief that the summer is a time for lowbrow entertainment—beach reads, TV re-runs and all of the action-packed "popcorn flicks" you can handle. While there's [...]

The Buzz 7/19/18

The Buzz 7/19/18

ADA Champion The Center for Independent Living Disability Resource Center held its 28th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act Awards and Volunteer Recognition Banquet on Thursday, July [...]

Calendar 7/19/18

Calendar 7/19/18

THURSDAY 7.19 YOGA WITHIN REACH 9-10 a.m. Free. Community Health Northwest Florida, 2315 W. Jackson St., Room A. healthcarewithinreach.org THE SNOW WHITE VARIETY SHOW 10 a.m. $7-$13. Pensacola [...]

Spendless Summer Part 2

Spendless Summer Part 2

Budget-Friendly Activities As promised, here's part two of our Spendless Summer series. From movies to music to museums, it's a collection of thrifty reasons to get out of the house this summer. [...]

The Fight for Early Voting Sites

The Fight for Early Voting Sites

By Sammi Sontag A stringent interpretation of Florida’s early voting statute led a group of six students from the University of Florida and Florida State University, backed by the League of [...]

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