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The Sounds of the South

The Sounds of the South

By Sarah McCartan SouthSounds Music Festival returns to Mobile, Ala., this weekend, bringing three days filled with nonstop music from regional acts spread across a network of downtown [...]

Outtakes—Power of Parental Love

Outtakes—Power of Parental Love

Peyton and Holley Moseley are parents. That simple six-word sentence defines them, and it explains why they are the leading advocates in Florida to legalize Charlotte’s Web, a strain of cannabis [...]

Winners & Losers 4/10/14

Winners & Losers 4/10/14

Winners Florida Blue The University of West Florida recently announced a $100,000 gift from Florida Blue to support UWF’s health-related programs. The funds will be used to support the [...]

Ears & Fingers 4/10/14

Ears & Fingers 4/10/14

Sisyphus-Sisyphus In Greek Mythology, Sisyphus was a king who was punished for frequent lying by being forced to roll a huge boulder up a hill, only to watch it roll back down, and then have to push [...]

The Buzz 4/10/14

The Buzz 4/10/14

Hayward vs. Varona, Part 2 On April 3, Judge Gary Bergosh heard arguments for nearly five hours on a temporary injunction request by Robert de Varona, the airport’s food concessionaire, to prevent [...]

Spring Eats

Spring Eats

Featuring: I’ll have what they’re having… What local chefs eat and where they like to eat it *Plus Cooking class info, recipes & more

News of the Weird 4/10/14

News of the Weird 4/10/14

by Chuck Shepherd Noise Is Golden The Formula One circuit is generally thought to attract fans as a showcase of motorcar technology and racing skill, but organizers of the Australian Grand Prix [...]

Happenings 4/10/14

Happenings 4/10/14

THURSDAY 4.10 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 [...]

Explore “Sacred Landscapes”

Explore “Sacred Landscapes”

By Jennifer Leigh Through the lens of Kevin Boldenow’s cameras, Florida is more than bright colors and palm trees. Choosing the old-school method of photography, Boldenow snaps shots of [...]

Get the Bluegrass

Get the Bluegrass

By Jessica Forbes Blues Angel Music is hosting its first Bluegrass & Folk Music Festival on Saturday, and it’s bound to make for a great day for acoustic music fans. The fest will include [...]

The Show Goes On

The Show Goes On

By Jessica Forbes What hurricane season put off, spring is now welcoming—at least in the case of HIVevolution’s “Broadway & Art” fundraiser. Postponed last October by Tropical Storm [...]

Outtakes—Releasing BP

Outtakes—Releasing BP

The Environmental Protection Agency lifted in March its ban imposed on BP. For me, the decision felt like hearing a serial killer had been granted a pardon and released into our community. BP’s [...]

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