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Surfer Blood Comes to Town

Surfer Blood Comes to Town

by Hana Frenette Surfer Blood easily sounds like the name of a band that’s eager to churn out Metallica covers and induce gnarly mosh pits. The Florida natives have a much more appealing sound [...]

Outtakes 4/25/13

Outtakes 4/25/13

Do The Right Thing Is the city of Pensacola able of looking at an ethical issue without getting caught up in personalities? Here is the situation: A board has the power to recommend leases to [...]

Flying High with Anita Lesko

Flying High with Anita Lesko

Local Lands ‘Big Deal’ Conference By Jeremy Morrison A couple of years ago, Anita Lesko realized she had Asperger’s syndrome. That was more than 20 years after she had become a registered [...]

Piecing the Puzzle

Piecing the Puzzle

Autism and Life on the Spectrum By Jeremy Morrison Angela Owens is like a lot of other mothers. She loves to talk about her children. “How long do you have?” Owens laughs. “Having two [...]

Ears & Fingers 4/25/13

Ears & Fingers 4/25/13

By Jason Leger Iron & Wine – ‘Ghost On Ghost’ Sam Beam’s moves are very difficult to predict. He is the archetypal musical chameleon. In case you dropped off the Iron & Wine [...]

The Buzz 4/25/13

The Buzz 4/25/13

Escambia Embraces Second Chances By Jeremy Morrison The legal landscape just got a little brighter for local youth, with regional and state law enforcement officials gathering recently to [...]

No-Dog Day Afternoon

No-Dog Day Afternoon

The Palafox Market’s Dog Debate By Jeremy Morrison It’s a beautiful, bright blue Saturday morning and the Palafox Market is stretched out and sunning itself along three downtown blocks. [...]

How The IN Does Saturdays

How The IN Does Saturdays

Staff Stay Local Saturdays While putting together this issue, we discovered that as a staff our Saturday "routines" vary a lot. Some of us get up insanely early to be good, healthy people and [...]

What’s Happening

What’s Happening

Saturday, April 20 So, you're ready to commit to Stay Local this Saturday but you aren't sure exactly where to start? Don't worry, we've got your back.  In additional Record Store Day and local [...]

Raku Rendezvous

Raku Rendezvous

By Lilia Del Bosque Oakey Whitehouse Raku pottery has been around since the 16th century but, for the first time in years, First City Art Center is offering Raku workshops to local potters. On [...]

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