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Geeking Out for ‘Gatsby’

Geeking Out for ‘Gatsby’

It's been almost a year since the first trailer debuted—in all its roaring ‘20s, Jay-Z/Kanye "No Church in the Wild" sampling glory. Since then we've been counting down the days until the latest [...]

Happenings 5/9/13

Happenings 5/9/13

THURSDAY 5.9 HISTORIC PENSACOLA TROLLEY TOUR 10 a.m. & 2 p.m. Pensacola Visitor Center, 1401 E. Gregory St. 941-2876 or beachbumtrolley.com. ‘LOST AND FOUND’ 10 a.m. Through May 18. [...]

Outtakes 5/2/13

Outtakes 5/2/13

Never Asked The white community is excited about Mayor Ashton Hayward’s first initiative for 2013—eliminating the two at-large members on the Pensacola City Council. The African-American [...]

At-(too)Large?

At-(too)Large?

Council Considers the Loss of City-Wide Seats By Jeremy Morrison The Pensacola City Council is currently considering if its two at-large seats should be phased out. After a second public hearing [...]

A Deep Appreciation

A Deep Appreciation

Memorial Barge Project to Benefit Coastkeepers By Jeremy Morrison Ever see plasma cut through steel? It’s pretty sweet. “It’s kind of like magic when it works,” said Kevin Marchetti, [...]

A Tasty Tradition Returns

A Tasty Tradition Returns

By Lilia Del Bosque Oakey Whitehouse Boiled, fried or in a bisque, it’s safe to say that the South loves its crawfish. More than 16,000 pounds of crawfish will be boiled at Bartram Park for the [...]

#4 Jim Reeves

#4 Jim Reeves

How powerful is Jim Reeves? Let’s just say he never has a problem getting a table at McGuire’s. “I said, I want a table in the very, very back of the restaurant,” Reeves recalled. “All I [...]

Ears & Fingers 5/2/13

Ears & Fingers 5/2/13

By Jason Leger Deerhunter – ‘Monomania’ I think it’s safe to say that our quaint town has gotten plenty of love in the world of alternative music. In 2005, David Dondero crooned about the [...]

# 2 Escambia County Commissioner Lumon May

# 2 Escambia County Commissioner Lumon May

When Escambia County Commissioner Lumon May was in high school, one of his teachers asked him what he planned to do with his life. “I told him, ‘I really want to go into the Peace [...]

#1 Escambia County Sheriff David Morgan

#1 Escambia County Sheriff David Morgan

He comes from a simpler time and place. The humble landscape of mid-century Missouri. “Have you ever watched that television show ‘The Waltons?’ They were upper class compared to us,” [...]

News of the Weird 5/2/13

News of the Weird 5/2/13

By Chuck Shepherd Well-Earned Retirement In March, twin sisters Louise and Martine Fokkens, 70, announced their joint retirement after more than 50 years each on the job—as Amsterdam [...]

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