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A&E Picks 3/22/12

A&E Picks 3/22/12

"The Hunger Games" Games If you're catching the midnight screening of "The Hunger Games" tonight  (and we know you are) you should start by pre-gaming at Barnes & Noble. The bookseller is [...]

Clue Us In

Clue Us In

There are a couple of things that may come to mind when someone brings up the ballet. Elegance. Beauty. Timelessness. Ballet Pensacola is looking to add a new word to your mental thesaurus: [...]

My Pensacola—Nicole E. Sturgill

My Pensacola—Nicole E. Sturgill

Name: Nicole E. Sturgill Day Job: All Things Considered Host/Feature Producer, 88.1 FM WUWF Pensacola Resident Since: April 1, 2011 Good Eats: Blue Dot Barbeque on North DeVilliers Street is a [...]

H&W Calendar 3/22/12

H&W Calendar 3/22/12

3.22 Cancer Prevention Series Lois Stephens leads the discussion with the film, “Cancer The Forbidden Cures,” a 93-minute film that explains the most diverse, effective methods that have been [...]

Battle for Black Business Leadership

Battle for Black Business Leadership

Councilman Challenges Chamber Chairman By Jeremy Morrison By the time Pensacola City Councilman John Jerralds called the police, George Hawthorne had publicly summed up the councilman’s March [...]

Outtakes 3/22/12

Outtakes 3/22/12

MIRACLE NEEDED A.A. Dixon Charter School of Excellence needs a miracle. Last week, the Florida Department of Education told the Escambia County School Board that the school isn’t likely to improve [...]

The Blue in All of Us

The Blue in All of Us

By Hana Frenette Some filmmakers begin their creative process with a clear and concise idea of the finished product. Others start writing the first 20 pages of a mockumentary resembling “Spinal [...]

Winners & Losers 3/22/12

Winners & Losers 3/22/12

Inspired by the 84th Oscar Annual Academy Awards, the Winners & Losers faction of the Independent News media and entertainment empire has been working on its own screenplays. This is what [...]

Time-Traveling Tourist

Time-Traveling Tourist

Capitalizing on Pensacola’s past By Jeremy Morrison As the fog lifts in Pensacola, the early morning light unveils another day in the area’s long, rich history. It’s the day Nick Schuck [...]

Buzz 3/22/12

Buzz 3/22/12

FRESH OIL? Nearly two years after the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill, pilot Bonny Schumaker is still seeing what looks like oil streaming from the Deepwater Horizon site. “It didn’t take any [...]

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