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Hangout ’13: One Last Splash

Hangout ’13: One Last Splash

By Hana Frenette What originally started as Kim Deal’s side project from the Pixies turned into one of the most important and iconic bands of the early ‘90s. After several lineup changes and [...]

Hangout ’13: Put on Your Dance Pants

Hangout ’13: Put on Your Dance Pants

By Sarah McCartan If there’s one thing that I will rally my energy for at a music festival, no matter how hot or tired I become, even at the risk of having to be carried away at the end, it’s [...]

Hangout ’13: Just Following Along

Hangout ’13: Just Following Along

by Sarah McCartan & Joani Delezen There are those who use social media, there are those who abuse social media and then there are those that the IN staff has labeled as "follow-worthy" on [...]

Winners & Losers 5/16/13

Winners & Losers 5/16/13

WINNERS Ashton Hayward Pensacola’s mayor may be coming out of his political slump. For the first time in months, his press releases actually proclaim something worthwhile. Over six days, Hayward [...]

A New Take on Home Cooking

A New Take on Home Cooking

By Lilia Del Bosque Oakey Whitehouse This isn’t your momma’s home cooking. Seville Quarter’s latest wine dinner, Wine Dinner Southern Style, pairs wines from all over the world with down [...]

Hangout ’13: Reading the Fine Print

Hangout ’13: Reading the Fine Print

By Jessica Forbes “Headliner” is a very self-explanatory word. On most festival lineup posters, it is a safe bet that most in attendance are familiar with the top several lines’ worth of [...]

Hangout ’13: Four Questions with Luella and the Sun

Hangout ’13: Four Questions with Luella and the Sun

by Brett Hutchins Luella and the Sun have a lot to say, but they do it through their music. The four-piece band combines the fuzzy riffs of the Black Keys with the rock and roll grit and [...]

Hangout ’13: Guest Stars

Hangout ’13: Guest Stars

by Joani Delezen One of the best parts of music festivals are the surprise on-stage collaborations that happen from time to time. Sometimes they are predictable, sometimes not.  This year's [...]

Hangout ’13: Letting the Love Grow

Hangout ’13: Letting the Love Grow

By Sarah McCartan It’s the story of an unforgettable journey, driven by love and steered by spontaneity. Everything about Grouplove has been unforeseeable, right from the very start. The story [...]

Hangout ’13: The Jams are Here to Stay

Hangout ’13: The Jams are Here to Stay

By Brett Hutchins The 2013 edition of Hangout is not as stacked with improvisational talent as years past, but thankfully, noodle dancing never dies. Here are some highlights from this year's [...]

Cleaning Out the Campground

Cleaning Out the Campground

Is Pensacola Pushing Out Homeless? By Jeremy Morrison The man under the Pensacola Bay Bridge has been there a while. Not the man in the recliner. The other man, the one behind the fake fern, hung [...]

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