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Hangout Fest ’14—Crooning and Swooning

Hangout Fest ’14—Crooning and Swooning

By Sarah McCartan Don’t let the name fool you. St. Paul and The Broken Bones are anything but broken. This seven-piece band from Birmingham, Alabama featuring frontman Paul Janeway, is equal [...]

The Buzz 5/15/14

The Buzz 5/15/14

Medical Care for Inmates At the May 8 Escambia County Commission meeting, Director of Corrections Gordon Pike told the board that the county has hired six additional mental health counselors and one [...]

Outtakes—Transparent Recovery

Outtakes—Transparent Recovery

Escambia and Santa Rosa counties will recover and rebuild. Over the next few days, weeks and months, engineers, architects, road contractors and general contractors will be very busy with not only [...]

Happenings 5/15/14

Happenings 5/15/14

THURSDAY 5.15 RUNNING: SIX AT SIX 6 a.m. The doors of Running Wild open every Tuesday and Thursday at 5:30 a.m. ahead of group runs that begin at 6 a.m. sharp. The casual group run is free of [...]

Hangout Fest ’14—Twin Heartthrobs

Hangout Fest ’14—Twin Heartthrobs

Sarah McCartan If it seems like it has been a decade since the release of Tegan and Sara’s album “So Jealous,” it’s because it has been. Although this wasn’t their first full-length [...]

Winners & Losers 5/15/14

Winners & Losers 5/15/14

Winners Rick Scott The governor of Florida has been here twice since the flooding. He and his staff have responded quickly to community needs and have promised more help.  We like his message, [...]

Hangout Fest ’14—Americana, All Ways

Hangout Fest ’14—Americana, All Ways

By Jessica Forbes Valerie June cannot be called anything if not original. While her self-proclaimed “organic moonshine roots music” style—a title as accurate as it is unique—combines [...]

Celebrating the Westside

Celebrating the Westside

**Due to expected inclement weather on Saturday, May 10, the Celebrating Brownsville festival has been postponed. We will update the story once a new date for the event is announced.** By Jessica [...]

#PensacolaCares

#PensacolaCares

Last week we watched devastation strike our area. Homes and businesses flooded, roads washed away and lives were lost. Despite the sudden devastation, just as the sun began to shine its way [...]

Lessons In Becoming Down-To-Earth

Lessons In Becoming Down-To-Earth

By Natalia Bayona This spring, local horticulturists from the University of West Florida’s Botanical Society and East Hill Edible Gardening are providing valuable insight into maintaining [...]

Outtakes—Stories of the Storm

Outtakes—Stories of the Storm

There are dozens of stories that come out of every disaster. Each reporter has to choose the ones on which he wants to focus. I tend to focus on people. Commissioner Lumon May has run non-stop [...]

Happenings 5/8/14

Happenings 5/8/14

THURSDAY 5.8 RUNNING: SIX AT SIX 6 a.m. The doors of Running Wild open every Tuesday and Thursday at 5:30 a.m. ahead of group runs that begin at 6 a.m. sharp. The casual group run is free of [...]

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