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Carolina Chocolate Drops Drop In

Carolina Chocolate Drops Drop In

By Hana Frenette The Carolina Chocolate Drops like to switch it up. They are the musical chairs of bands. The members are continually trading out instruments with each other during their sets, and [...]

Go Fish?

Go Fish?

A Look at the Debate Surrounding Pensacola’s Proposed Fish Hatchery By Jessica Forbes Despite its relatively unglamorous aura, the Florida Gulf Coast Marine Fisheries Hatchery and Enhancement [...]

Another Time & Place

Another Time & Place

By Jessica Forbes While bassist-lead singers are a subject of fascination for some, bassist-French horn players may overtake that particular school of musician on the novelty scale if the band [...]

Ears & Fingers 2/6/14

Ears & Fingers 2/6/14

by Jason Leger Broken Bells-After the Disco While some of you may not necessarily be familiar with the name Broken Bells, I would be fairly surprised if most of you were not familiar with the two [...]

The Buzz 2/6/14

The Buzz 2/6/14

Bonding with Bitcoin While it’s old hat to some, the buzz around Bitcoin is growing loud enough even for those who’ve never heard the word “cryptocurrency” to take notice. Pensacola’s First [...]

Winners & Losers 2/6/14

Winners & Losers 2/6/14

Winners Northwest Florida YMCA Board members of the Northwest Florida YMCA have voted unanimously to accept a contribution of land from the Studer Community Development Group’s new property at [...]

The Buzz 1/30/14

The Buzz 1/30/14

Trucking Along While the back and forth conversations about the future of food trucks in the city of Pensacola continues to remain just that — back and forth depending on whom you talk to — the [...]

Filmmaking and Kickstarting


Filmmaking and Kickstarting


by Janie Cobb Filmmaker and Pensacola native, Brett Haley, who currently lives in Brooklyn, N.Y., recently launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund his most recent film, “I’ll See You In My [...]

Feeling Blue?

Feeling Blue?

By Jennifer Leigh Founded in 1987, Blue Man Group has been entertaining audiences internationally with its hybrid performance art and music concerts. Unlike hair-sprayed bangs, acid wash jeans and [...]

Outtakes—Grow the Pie

Outtakes—Grow the Pie

The recent controversy over food trucks in downtown Pensacola has brought to the surface a problem that city officials and the Downtown Improvement Board (DIB) have avoided discussing publicly. [...]

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