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Outtakes—Sucker USA

Outtakes—Sucker USA

For a place that is so tough on its leaders and anyone who tries to push this community, it’s amazing how susceptible we are to hucksters, scam artists and out-of-towners looking for [...]

A Solid, Spooky Schedule of Events

A Solid, Spooky Schedule of Events

With Halloween being on a Thursday this year, you may be a little confused as to when your favorite parties and events are taking place. You may be wondering what all the ghost tours making their way [...]

Champions on Ice

Champions on Ice

By Jessica Forbes Season openers are always a special event for sports fans, but for the Ice Flyers’ faithful, this year there promises to be even more excitement in the air at the Pensacola Bay [...]

On a Krewesade to Find a Cure

On a Krewesade to Find a Cure

Local Mardi Gras Krewe Paints the Town Pink by Jennifer Leigh When you're in the Krewe du YaYas, it's Breast Cancer Awareness Month all year long. "A bunch of our founding sisters wanted to [...]

News of the Weird 10/24/13

News of the Weird 10/24/13

by Chuck Shepherd Imminent Swirling Vortex of Damnation Land developers for the iconic Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colo. (famous as the inspiration for the hotel in Stephen King's "The Shining") [...]

A Barktastic Saturday

A Barktastic Saturday

By Sarah McCartan EVENT UPDATE: Unfortunately due to the number of events taking place Saturday Oct. 26, "A Walk on the Barkfront" has been postponed in hopes of encouraging increased attendance [...]

Winner & Losers 10/24/13

Winner & Losers 10/24/13

Winners Bentina Terry The vice president of External Affairs and Corporate Services for Gulf Power Company presented the Florida Chamber Foundation’s annual state-of-the-state report during the [...]

Thinking (and Shopping) Pink

Thinking (and Shopping) Pink

by Jennifer Leigh Donating isn't just about writing a check and sitting back. During October — and really all year round—you can sport "pink" items that not only contribute to cancer research, [...]

Talk It Out

Talk It Out

By Sarah McCartan The best way to arrive at sustainable solutions is to have a few snacks and refreshments, sit down, get comfortable and talk it out—at least that is what local non-profit group [...]

Ears & Fingers 10/24/13

Ears & Fingers 10/24/13

by Jason Leger Best Coast – ‘Fade Away’ and Sleigh Bells – ‘Bitter Rivals’ Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the one trick pony show. On the one hand, we have the cutesy, pseudo-punk [...]

Closer to a Cure

Closer to a Cure

Discussing recent advances in breast cancer treatment By Jennifer Leigh The reality is one out of every eight women in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime, and [...]

Getting Answers From The Mayor

Getting Answers From The Mayor

By Rick Outzen The email invitation was a surprise: “Join us for Mornings with the Mayor. This one-hour meeting welcomes all press and media partners to sit down, bring forward your pressing [...]

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