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Independent Heritage

Independent Heritage

By Rick Outzen In the pre-Kickstarter era, starting something from nothing was a long shot. Most new ventures last no more than a few years. Few can say they survived hurricanes, an oil spill, a [...]

Calendar 7/2/15

Calendar 7/2/15

THURSDAY 7.2 MARKET ON THE BEACH 4 p.m. Check out Pensacola Beach's new farmers market, held every Thursday from 4 p.m. until sunset. Casino Beach parking lot, 735 Pensacola Beach Blvd. [...]

The Buzz 7/2/15

The Buzz 7/2/15

Talking Race Relations With the painful memory of the recent mass murder at a church in Charleston, South Carolina fresh in everyone's mind, Pensacola’s new police chief, David Alexander, Escambia [...]

Outtakes—Our American Heritage

Outtakes—Our American Heritage

The Pensacola has a rich, patriotic heritage, one the runs much deeper than the “Stars and Bars” of a Confederate flag. We are an American city that has played a major role in nearly every [...]

Winners & Losers 7/2/15

Winners & Losers 7/2/15

Winners Ashton Hayward Pensacola’s strong mayor joined the wave of conservative Republican leaders calling for the removal of Confederate flags from public property on June 25 when he ordered the [...]

Take Your Best Shots

Take Your Best Shots

By Jennifer Leigh In the age of the iPhone nearly everyone has the ability to snap a beautiful photo. And Wide Angle Photo Club wants to see your best shots—digital, film, even Instagrams— [...]

Confederate Cultural Clash

Confederate Cultural Clash

By Jeremy Morrison The Confederate flag has seen a lot of action as of late. It’s an old debate. One with roots stretching deep into America’s painful past. And one being taken up with a [...]

News of the Weird 7/2/15

News of the Weird 7/2/15

By Chuck Shepherd News You Can Use A brief Washington Post review in June heralded the new edition of the Routledge International Handbook of Ignorance Studies, covering "different types of [...]

Balancing Variety

Balancing Variety

By Ali Rae Hunt The first Pensacola Museum of Art (PMA) Members’ Juried Exhibition took place 61 years ago, and this summer an entirely new group of artists are getting the opportunity to [...]

4 Things To Do on the 4th

4 Things To Do on the 4th

If you’re looking to brave the heat on Saturday, July 4 and do your civic duty by celebrating Independence Day, here some local options for fireworks displays and even few a dinner parties. 1. [...]

Ears & Fingers 7/2/15

Ears & Fingers 7/2/15

By Jason Leger Neil Young + Promise of the Real-The Monsanto Years Neil Young has always wanted what’s best for you. He sees America being raped by corporations and politicians, and he can’t [...]

2015 Best of The Coast Ballot

2015 Best of The Coast Ballot

It’s election time again and that means it’s time for you intelligent, discerning and beautiful people to vote for all of your favorite things. Forget cheap imitations. There’s only one BEST OF [...]

Don’t Ask How the Maritime Sausage Is Made

Don’t Ask How the Maritime Sausage Is Made

By Rick Outzen Butchers never recommend watching how the sausage is made. It’s best to enjoy the pork links oblivious to the process and actual components. Otherwise, no one would ever eat [...]

The Buzz 6/25/15

The Buzz 6/25/15

Honoring Molly McGuire On Tuesday, June 23, friends and family of the late Molly McGuire Martin gathered at Pensacola State College for the announcement of the Molly McGuire Culinary Arts Endowed [...]

Winners & Losers 6/25/15

Winners & Losers 6/25/15

Winners David M. Joyner The former Penn State athletic director is the new Senior Vice President and Executive Director of the Andrews Institute. Dr. Joyner is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon [...]

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