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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 [...]

Back in the Playoffs

Back in the Playoffs

By Jessica Forbes This spring baseball and hockey seasons are overlapping in Pensacola, as the Ice Flyers are keeping the Pensacola Bay Center (a.k.a. “The Hangar”) doors open for a little [...]

Southern Sounds Return to Mobile

Southern Sounds Return to Mobile

By Sarah McCartan If there’s something Pensacola can take note on from our next-door neighbors, it’s organizing a successful music festival that promotes regional talent. SouthSounds Music [...]

News of the Weird 3/27/14

News of the Weird 3/27/14

by Chuck Shepherd Sentimental Journey Kevin Walters, 21, staged an emotional, though unsuccessful, one-man, chained-to-the-door protest in March to prevent the closing of a commercial rest stop [...]

‘Kings’ of the Road Make a Pensacola Pitstop

‘Kings’ of the Road Make a Pensacola Pitstop

By Hana Frenette Florida based pop punk band We the Kings will be stopping by the American Legion in support of their new album.  “Somewhere, Somehow” is a self-released record wielding just [...]

Winners & Losers 3/27/14

Winners & Losers 3/27/14

Winners North Hill Preservation Association When the residents in one of Pensacola’s oldest neighborhoods learned the state was relocating its Parole and Probation office to the old Coca-Cola [...]

Outtakes—Against All Odds

Outtakes—Against All Odds

This past weekend, I was invited to attend a reunion celebration of the 20th anniversary of Joe Scarborough’s first campaign for Congress. Scarborough and his team did something that we rarely see [...]

Adoptions and Antiques

Adoptions and Antiques

By Jessica Forbes Alyssa Schepper, owner of Alyssa’s Antique Depot in Pace, is going beyond the store’s regular food and donation drives for animal shelters this weekend, hosting what she and [...]

A Different Type of Spring Cleaning

A Different Type of Spring Cleaning

By Sarah McCartan The birds are chirping, the flowers are blooming, the sun is shining, which can only mean one thing—spring has sprung. In addition to seasonal delights like longer days and [...]

Give Peace a Chance

Give Peace a Chance

By Jennifer Leigh Tasha Nixon, a Pensacola native, grew up in Englewood Heights, now known as Shanty Town. “Right down the street from the Boys and Girls Club,” she said. Through the years, [...]

Scarborough: GOP Game Changer

Scarborough: GOP Game Changer

’94 Republican Revolution Revisited By Rick Outzen “There's that book ‘All I Really Need To Know I Learned In Kindergarten,’” Joe Scarborough said. “Everything political I needed to [...]

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