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Heed This Warning

Heed This Warning

By Kate Peterson It is the same old story with bands on the road; the bus is broken down again. That is just where Coheed and Cambria’s Travis Stever was, broken down in Gainesville, Fla. [...]

A Walk in the Park

A Walk in the Park

By Jennie McKeon This year skip the bubble bath and flowers, and treat your mom to a piece of original artwork at the Pensacola Museum of Art’s 10th Annual Art in the Park. Keeping with [...]

The Buzz 5/10/12

The Buzz 5/10/12

CONNIE MACK ATTACK Congressman Connie Mack (R-Ft. Myers), who is running for the Republican nomination to the U.S. Senate, held a press conference on May 3 at a Raceway gas station on Nine Mile [...]

Waging the War on Women

Waging the War on Women

Local Women Fight for Their Rights By Jennie McKeon Evalyn Narramore was taught to fight for her rights as a woman from her mother, an escort at an abortion clinic who belonged to the [...]

My Pensacola: Mambwe Mutanuka

My Pensacola: Mambwe Mutanuka

Name: Mambwe Mutanuka Day Job: Contracts Analyst - Governance, Risk & Compliance at Baptist Health Care Pensacola Resident Since: 2002 Good Eats: Dharma Blue – if you haven’t tried [...]

Complete 2012 Power List

Complete 2012 Power List

Judy Bense, President, University of West Florida David Morgan, Escambia Co. Sheriff Julian MacQueen, CEO, Innisfree Hotels Bentina Terry, VP, External Affairs and Corporate Services, Gulf [...]

This American Life, Live

This American Life, Live

By Jennie McKeon Since 1995, “This American Life” has shared stories – some of them painful, some of them painfully funny, to listeners of WBEZ Chicago. In early 1996, the weekly radio show [...]

Chalk It Up

Chalk It Up

By Lewis Stockham Imagine not being able to read. Being able to read is something we take for granted, but adult illiteracy is a very real issue. It’s hard to even imagine that there are adults [...]

Old Twist on a New Favorite

Old Twist on a New Favorite

By Trevor Webb Run, rabbit run and see White Tie Rock Ensemble perform the songs of Pink Floyd with orchestral accompaniment Saturday at the Pensacola Little Theatre. The performance will include [...]

Winners & Losers 5/10/12

Winners & Losers 5/10/12

WINNERS Tim Wyrosdick The Santa Rosa County Superintendent of Schools has been cleared by the State Attorney’s Office of allegations by his political opponent that the superintendent had violated [...]

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