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Homeward Bound

Homeward Bound

By Sarah McCartan When it comes to welcoming a pet into your life, there are quite a few options out there—options that don’t necessarily involve bee-lining it to the nearest commercial pet [...]

The Social (Pet) Network

The Social (Pet) Network

by Jessica Forbes For quite some time, social media has been a prime venue for proud pet owners to show off their furry friends. But it turns out Facebook can actually be useful for pet owners [...]

2nd Annual Pet Issue

2nd Annual Pet Issue

Confession time—our decision to do the inaugural pet issue last year was pretty selfish. We just wanted an excuse to write about and take (even more) photos of our beloved pets. But we had a [...]

Pet-centric Events

Pet-centric Events

STRUT YOUR STUFF 6:45 p.m. Tuesdays Enjoy active, social time alongside your own pup, plus many others. Every Tuesday night at 6:45 p.m. join fellow dog owners for a 45-minute leisurely stroll in [...]

Winners & Losers 8/29/13

Winners & Losers 8/29/13

Winners Jean Covell Silva The longtime Christian educator and Pensacola native is the new executive director of United Ministries. A graduate of Washington High School, Jean received a B.A. in [...]

Bark Parks

Bark Parks

Thankfully not every park in town has confusing ordinances about pets. There are several dog parks and beaches located throughout the area that provide the prime opportunity for you and your pup to [...]

Eat Street

Eat Street

Will the Food Truck Phenomenon Ever Make It to Town? By Sarah McCartan Additional reporting by Jessica Forbes If you’ve as much as stepped foot into the heart of a booming metropolis in the [...]

Locals Only

Locals Only

by Ashley Faulkner If there is one show to see this weekend, it’s the Local Showcase going down Friday, Aug. 23 at Vinyl Music Hall featuring Jonni Greth, Isle, Pioneers! O Pioneers! and [...]

News of the Weird 8/22/13

News of the Weird 8/22/13

by Chuck Shepherd Haute Water The upscale restaurant at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art announced in August that it would soon add a 20-item selection of waters from around the world, priced [...]

Health Matters Heat Up

Health Matters Heat Up

By Sarah McCartan No matter how dedicated to health we may like to think we are, there’s something about summertime that has its way of leading us off of our somewhat straight and narrow [...]

Park Problems

Park Problems

Locals Endeavor to Have City Parks Maintained by Jessica Forbes Pensacola residents have always been proud of their parks and recreation facilities. However, there are indications that the city [...]

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