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H&W Calendar 5/24/12

H&W Calendar 5/24/12

5.24 Free Memory Screenings Forgetful? Repeating questions? Having trouble finding words? These behaviors may suggest a serious memory problem. In those instances, the MMSE (Mini-Mental State [...]

Strangers In A Strange Land

Strangers In A Strange Land

America's Immigration Status By Jeremy Morrison The elevator doesn’t go all the way to the eighth floor of the Alabama State House. Tony Blanco took it to the seventh, and then hustled up a [...]

The Mystery of Memorial Day

The Mystery of Memorial Day

How Pensacola Beach Became The Hot Spot By Jennie McKeon There’s no mistaking what time of year it is on Pensacola Beach during Memorial Day weekend. Every year, the beach is sprinkled with [...]

Winner & Losers 5/24/12

Winner & Losers 5/24/12

Winners P.C. Wu The Florida League of Cities recently honored Pensacola City Council Vice President P.C. Wu with the Defender of Home Rule Award during the Northwest Florida League of Cities’ [...]

A Very Special Olympics

A Very Special Olympics

Local Sports Need More Support By Stephanie Sharp The world has been eagerly awaiting the 2012 Summer Olympics, but there’s a way to get your Olympic fix right in your own community—without [...]

Man of Different Color

Man of Different Color

By Hana Frenette Great things are often achieved by accident, or while trying to achieve something else. Such is the case with Jack White’s first solo album, “Blunderbuss.” White and [...]

New Orleans Rap Travels East

New Orleans Rap Travels East

By Hana Frenette Working nine to five at the interior design shop and then going home to change for a performance of dance infused hip-hop designed specifically for intense gyrating of the gluteus [...]

Devil’s in the Details

Devil’s in the Details

By Kate Peterson The Devil Makes Three is an eclectic band from Santa Cruz, Calif. The folk-punk band consists of guitarist Pete Bernhard, upright bassist Lucia Turino, on guitar and on banjo [...]

Community Rallies Against Violence

Community Rallies Against Violence

By Jeremy Morrison and Stephanie Sharp Speaking out against violence in their communities, local ministers joined forces on a recent Saturday afternoon for some Sunday-morning [...]

Kids Can Hangout Too

Kids Can Hangout Too

Don’t underestimate the Kid’s Stage at Hangout. Names such as: Peter DiStefano, Big Bang Boom and Q Brothers will make regular appearances, as well as some surprise guests that are still under [...]

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