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A Conversation with a Folk Singer

A Conversation with a Folk Singer

By Hana Frenette Folk music has always been around. It’s been played on porches and along country roads, in back seats of cars and inside crowded cafes or cheap hotel rooms. It’s existed [...]

Taylor Made

Taylor Made

By Hana Frenette Ben Taylor is a singer songwriter who really knows a good parking lot when he sees one. He’s highly trained in martial arts, plants quite the garden every year and doesn’t [...]

Free Arts Weekend

Free Arts Weekend

By Jessica Forbes **Update: Due to the threat of inclement weather, Pensacola Opera’s "Opera in the Park" will be held at the Pensacola Opera Center located at 75 S. Tarragona St.** Downtown [...]

Sounds Russian

Sounds Russian

By Jessica Forbes Henry Wadsworth Longfellow famously wrote, “Music is the universal language of mankind.” Indeed, no matter how politics change, no one can deny the significance of the [...]

Wine Fest with a View

Wine Fest with a View

By Jessica Forbes Plaza de Luna is known as one of the most scenic spots in downtown Pensacola to get a breath of fresh air and an excellent view of the sunset. This weekend, it will also be the [...]

Happenings 4/3/14

Happenings 4/3/14

THURSDAY 4.3 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 [...]

Ears & Fingers 4/3/14

Ears & Fingers 4/3/14

by Jason Leger Manchester Orchestra-Cope “Cope, to me, means getting by. It means letting go, and being ok with being ok,” Manchester Orchestra’s singer and main songwriter, Andy Hull, [...]

News of the Weird 4/3/14

News of the Weird 4/3/14

by Chuck Shepherd Job Security in the Paperwork Mine "The trucks full of paperwork come every day," wrote The Washington Post in March, down a country road in Boyers, Pa., north of Pittsburgh, and [...]

The Buzz 4/3/14

The Buzz 4/3/14

Cries for Justice in Public Schools The Escambia Youth Justice Coalition (EYJC) staged a rally Tuesday, March 25 at the Escambia County School Board meeting, calling it “Visions and [...]

Back in the Game

Back in the Game

Just because you aren't on the team doesn't mean you can't play this season. And by "play," we mean baseball bingo, not actual baseball. We know the Wahoo's make it look easy, but that's because [...]

Picket for a Penny

Picket for a Penny

Locals Appeal to Publix to Join the Fair Food Program By Jessica Forbes One penny per pound of tomatoes: that is the premium to which advocates for the Coalition of Immokalee Workers’ (CIW) [...]

Winners & Losers 4/3/14

Winners & Losers 4/3/14

Winners Harry Wilder The Gulf Breeze resident and the anchor leg of a trio of SEC swimming relay championships in 1960s was recently named to the University of Florida Athletic Hall of Fame. He [...]

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