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DIY Making

DIY Making

If youre looking for an opportunity to try your hands at making between now and the holidays, youre in luck. Here are some ongoing and upcoming workshops providing you some hands-on making [...]

News of the Weird 11/14/13

News of the Weird 11/14/13

by Chuck Shepherd Worth the Commute Downtown London residences are known to be staggeringly expensive, but media blogger Sam Cookney calculated in October just how much. Cookney said he can live [...]

A Beer Fest on the Bay

A Beer Fest on the Bay

by Jessica Forbes If Pensacolas love of beer drinking wasnt already evident, over the past few years the numbers of new beer-centric establishments and events that have popped up have likely [...]

Meet More Makers

Meet More Makers

Of course, these three all-stars aren't the only makers in town. Pensacola is full of talentespecially if you know where to look (and shop). Here are a few more opportunities to view and purchase [...]

Ears & Fingers 11/14/13

Ears & Fingers 11/14/13

by Jason Leger Midlake Antiphon Our culture loves a good underdog story. We crave hearing that when the odds are stacked against us and the world wants us to fail, that there is still [...]

The New Traditional

The New Traditional

by Jessica Forbes In reading the musical resume of Sarah Jarosz, one would probably think that whats described is the career of someone perhaps twice her age. At 22, Jarosz, has collaborated [...]

The Buzz 11/14/13

The Buzz 11/14/13

Domestic Partnerships in Pensacola? During its meeting on Thursday, Nov. 14, the Pensacola City Council will vote on an ordinance that would establish a Domestic Partnership Registry for the City of [...]

A Bicycle Built for Good

A Bicycle Built for Good

Riding to Raise Awareness of Human Trafficking By Jessica Forbes If you were downtown on October 31 and saw a man riding a bicycle that appeared to be a cross between something from Swiss Family [...]

V is for Vegan

V is for Vegan

Ways to Get Involved and Informed During World Vegan Month By Sarah McCartan November marks the return of countless holidays, including Veterans Day, Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and "No Shave [...]

Viewpoint: Son of a Sailor Man

Viewpoint: Son of a Sailor Man

by Edwin Banacia Its easy to feel guilty about our innate sense of American exceptionalism. And although the term doesnt necessarily define a national superiority complex, its not a [...]

Wine in the Afternoon

Wine in the Afternoon

by Jessica Forbes Seville Quarters Wine Festival returns for the third year this Sunday. Celebrating both wine and food in an event that takes place throughout the Seville Quarter complex, Bill [...]

Giving Up the Ghosts

Giving Up the Ghosts

By Sarah McCartan A typical interview with local band Pioneers! O Pioneers! consists of sipping on beverages of choice, including PBR and orange juice, while engaging in what I like to refer to [...]

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