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Helping Out, Superhero-Style

Helping Out, Superhero-Style

By Jessica Forbes Following the flooding in late April that devastated the Manna Food Pantries headquarters on Guillemard Street in Long Hollow, an outpouring of support from the community came in [...]

Happenings 5/29/14

Happenings 5/29/14

THURSDAY 5.29 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 [...]

Winners & Losers 5/29/14

Winners & Losers 5/29/14

Winners Gulf Winds Federal Credit Union The financial institution raised $146,465 through the Gulf Winds Manna Relief Fund for Manna Food Pantries. After Manna Food Pantries sustained extensive [...]

Ears & Fingers 5/29/14

Ears & Fingers 5/29/14

Hamilton Leithauser "Black Hours" “Do you ever wonder why I sing these love songs, when I have no love at all?” Hamilton Leithauser hooked me very early with that line from ‘5 AM,’ the [...]

Just a Little Bit Longer

Just a Little Bit Longer

by Jennifer Leigh It's hard to argue that singer-songwriter Amick Cutler has a gift for connecting with people through music. But you don't have to take our word for it, just give his new album [...]

The Buzz 5/29/14

The Buzz 5/29/14

Money Will Not Cure VA Woes Over the Memorial Day weekend, the Obama administration said it would permit more veterans to get health care outside Veterans Affairs facilities, following recent [...]

Fiesta’s Big Saturday on the Beach

Fiesta’s Big Saturday on the Beach

by Jessica Forbes In Pensacola, late May and early June mark the culmination of Fiesta of Five Flags season. The Fiesta of Five Flags has been celebrated in Pensacola and on Pensacola Beach since [...]

News of the Weird 5/29/14

News of the Weird 5/29/14

by Chuck Shepherd Gigadollars and Cents In April, Anton Purisima filed a claim in Federal District Court in New York City that the Lowering The Bar blog calculated was for the largest monetary [...]

Sunday’s Child is Giving Back

Sunday’s Child is Giving Back

By Jessica Forbes Sunday’s Child, a new philanthropic organization serving Pensacola, is preparing to make its debut. Currently awaiting approval of its 501(c)(3) or non-profit status, the [...]

News of the Weird 5/22/14

News of the Weird 5/22/14

By Chuck Shepherd Prom Draft A week before the National Football League held its 2014 Draft Day in May, a large contingent of junior and senior boys staged their own draft day at Corona del Mar [...]

Ears & Fingers 5/22/14

Ears & Fingers 5/22/14

By Jason Leger Michael Jackson-Xscape In this life, whenever we lose something or someone we love, the loss is followed by a need or a lack.  Oftentimes, rather than allowing ourselves to [...]

Never a Dull Moment

Never a Dull Moment

Memorial Day weekend—sometimes referred to as Memorial Day Pride or Pensacola Beach Pride*—comes with no shortage of parties. For those who aren’t exhausted after a day (or four) on the beach, [...]

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