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News of the Weird 6/20/13

News of the Weird 6/20/13

by Chuck Shepherd Very Personal Hygiene Orestes De La Paz's exhibit at the Frost Art Museum in Miami in May recalled Chuck Palahniuk's novel and film "Fight Club," in which lead character Tyler [...]

Happenings 6/20/13

Happenings 6/20/13

THURSDAY 6.20 GENEALOGY RESEARCH ASSISTANCE 9 a.m.-noon Thursdays in June. Library volunteers are available to give general genealogy research guidance; one-on-one assistance in using online and [...]

The Buzz 6/20/13

The Buzz 6/20/13

DROP IN DJJ REFERRALS The Escambia Juvenile Justice Council held a town hall meeting on June 13 to discuss juvenile crime in Escambia County. The council is responsible for helping develop a [...]

Buying Bicycles

Buying Bicycles

By Jessica Forbes When considering where to buy a bicycle, it may seem like the least expensive option is going down to a big box retailer and picking up whichever bike looks the sportiest. But [...]

Ten Albums from 2013 You Should Already Own

Ten Albums from 2013 You Should Already Own

by Jason Leger These 10 albums are the cream of the crop for me so far in 2013. I wish I had room to write a top 20, because there are several other artists—including Thundercat, Youth Lagoon, [...]

Bike Smart

Bike Smart

By Sarah McCartan Sure we’ve all heard your standard cycling tips—wear a helmet, remain aware of your surroundings, and so forth. Before you take off and pedal down the road this summer, here [...]

A Soiled Situation

A Soiled Situation

East Hill Residents Receive Notice of Class Action Lawsuit Settlement By Sarah McCartan If you live in the centralized portion of the generally health-conscious and progressive East Hill [...]

Bike Curious

Bike Curious

Pensacola Pedals Toward a Two-Wheel Takeover By Sarah McCartan They say there is no happier cyclist than a Dutch cyclist, which for many may come as no surprise. If you’ve ever stepped foot in [...]

Rockin’ Headphones, Droppin’ Beats

Rockin’ Headphones, Droppin’ Beats

By Sarah McCartan If you walk into Vinyl Music Hall Saturday night, you will be greeted with a sea of bodies dancing in what appears from the outside in to look at lot like silence. It’s not [...]

The Gulf Coast’s Big Plan

The Gulf Coast’s Big Plan

Drawing Up the RESTOREation Blueprint by Jeremy Morrison The federal government and BP are still entrenched in the courtroom in New Orleans and it remains to be seen what bounty eventual Clean [...]

Winners & Losers 6/20/13

Winners & Losers 6/20/13

Winners Patty Hightower The Escambia County School Board member representing District 4 has been installed as president of the Florida School Boards Association. Hightower has served on the board [...]

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