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It’s a BonfireJam Tradition

It’s a BonfireJam Tradition

By Whitney Fike It’s time again to grab your winter jackets, county outfits and bring your redneck side to Jay, Fla. Just a short drive from Pensacola, Jay hosts a Northwest Florida must attend [...]

Outtakes 12/6/12

Outtakes 12/6/12

DIAL UP A PROTEST Every one has to choose their own battles and the things for which he is willing to fight. Yes, I have to admit that few people like a good fight as much as I do, but my father [...]

Snappin’ Photos with Santa

Snappin’ Photos with Santa

Where to get the obligatory holiday photo-op. If all else fails, you can always head to the mall. Santa and his Paparazzi Photo Session at the Boardwalk Take your photo with Santa in front of [...]

The Circus Comes to Town

The Circus Comes to Town

By Brett Hutchins It’s dark, damp and cold. The campfire’s doing the best it can. And there’s a guy carrying a stand-up bass on a frantic search for his bandmates. These things aren’t [...]

Rants & Raves 12/6/12

Rants & Raves 12/6/12

You just could not be more incorrect (Independent News, “Outtakes: Secession is Treason,” Nov. 29)!  Please read Walter Williams Nov. 27 letter on Secession. It is the right of a state to secede [...]

Holiday Calendar 12/6/12

Holiday Calendar 12/6/12

12.6 Holiday Open House Spread a little holiday cheer at the Northwest Florida Ronald McDonald House, located at 5200 Bayou Blvd., December 6 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. For more information, call [...]

My Pensacola—Liz Pelt

My Pensacola—Liz Pelt

Name: Liz Pelt Day Job: Account Manager at Appleyard Agency Pensacola Resident Since: 2008 Good Eats: The perfect date night or girls’ night out is Global Grill. Nothing is better than picking [...]

A Christmas Story Comes to Life

A Christmas Story Comes to Life

By Jennie McKeon Instead of watching “A Christmas Story” for 24-hours straight on TBS, take in the stage production at Pensacola Little Theatre. “I actually prefer the play to the [...]

Don’t Call It A “Hate Crime”

Don’t Call It A “Hate Crime”

Thanksgiving Day Beating Highlights Problem with Alabama Law By Jeremy Morrison During a Thanksgiving visit with her girlfriend’s family in Mobile, Ala., Mallory Owens was severely beaten by [...]

Winner & Losers 12/6/12

Winner & Losers 12/6/12

WINNERS Jeff Miller House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) announced that our Congressman Jeff Miller will remain the chairman of the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee for the 113th Congress. The [...]

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