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Traveling Back to the Twenties

Traveling Back to the Twenties

By Jennifer Leigh The clothes, the music, the stories — it’s no wonder that the years known as the Roaring ‘20s are revisited over and over again almost a 100 years later. In Pensacola, two [...]

Something To Do With Your “Downtime”

Something To Do With Your “Downtime”

By Hana Frenette Steve McMillan is debuting his third film “The Downtime” at Movies 4 in Gulf Breeze this weekend. Most of the movie was filmed in Pensacola—in, around or near some pretty [...]

Parades, Parties and Priscus

Parades, Parties and Priscus

Your Guide To All Things Mardi Gras Unlike New Orleans and Mobile, where pretty much everything shuts down for a week before Ash Wednesday, Pensacola doesn’t have that luxury (or pitfall, [...]

Winners & Losers 2/27/14

Winners & Losers 2/27/14

Winners Tracy Barnes This world-class biathlon competitor gave up her spot on the United States Olympic team to her twin sister, Lanny. The sisters have been awarded the Pierre de Coubertin [...]

Ears & Fingers 2/27/14

Ears & Fingers 2/27/14

by Jason Leger St. Vincent—St. Vincent Annie Clark has built one of the more impressive resumes in the alt rock world. Only 31, she has put out four critically acclaimed albums, including one [...]

Web Extra: Think Beyond Celebrates Innovation in Education

Web Extra: Think Beyond Celebrates Innovation in Education

Article sponsored by Think Beyond By Christian Wagley It’s often said that an excellent educational system is one of the foundations of a healthy and thriving community. In recognition, the [...]

News of the Weird 2/27/14

News of the Weird 2/27/14

by Chuck Shepherd Prison Blues Norway's prison system is regarded as among the most inmate-friendly in the world, but convicted mass murderer Anders Breivik is still not impressed. Breivik, [...]

The Buzz 2/27/14

The Buzz 2/27/14

Animal Shelter Upheaval Continues Since the mistaken euthanasia of Cowgirl, a Labrador retriever mix, in August 2013 revealed flaws in the Escambia County Animal Shelter’s (ECAS) practices, bad [...]

Kicking the Sticks

Kicking the Sticks

Local Hospitals Step Up Anti-Smoking Initiatives By Sarah McCartan The risks of tobacco use are certainly no secret, nor are they highly debated. On the contrary, tobacco products wear their [...]

Outtakes—Slicing up the Turkey

Outtakes—Slicing up the Turkey

This week another slice of the Greater Pensacola Chamber turkey is about to be carved off the carcass. At a special board meeting of the chamber, CEO Jerry Maygarden discussed the need to separate [...]

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