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Bust out the Bells and Whistles

Bust out the Bells and Whistles

By Hana Frenette The noise-pop band Sleigh Bells formed in Brooklyn in the summer of 2008, thanks to a Brazilian restaurant and a shamelessly proud mother. “I was out with my mom, with whom [...]

The Local—I’m No Expert on Crime

The Local—I’m No Expert on Crime

From the Opinion of a Monday Morning Quarterback by Edwin Banacia Is it just me or lately has crime become a serious problem in Pensacola? Of course, I’m too lazy to look up the statistics to [...]

Outtakes 2/2/12

Outtakes 2/2/12

BLAME GAME The Escambia County Public School District is ranked in the bottom half of the state. Out of 67 school districts in Florida, Escambia County is ranked 44, tied with Lake and Marion [...]

My Pensacola—Melody Walker

My Pensacola—Melody Walker

Melody Walker Day Job: Hairstylist and Colorist at Izzo Cutter & Company. Pensacola Resident since: 1992 Good Eats: My favorite morning coffee and food adventure is right next door to my [...]

When the Right to Vote Goes Wrong

When the Right to Vote Goes Wrong

by Jeremy Morrison America’s journey towards a more perfect democracy has been a long, purposeful march. The path has been steep and bloody. Even today, the destination remains illusive on that [...]

News Of The Weird 2/2/12

News Of The Weird 2/2/12

by Chuck Shepherd Your Government Knows Best: A 2007 federal energy- independence law required companies that supply motor fuel in the U.S. to blend in a certain cellulose-based ingredient [...]

Super Bowl XLVI Round Up

Super Bowl XLVI Round Up

You don't have to be a fan of the Patriots or Giants to get in on the fun of Super Bowl Sunday. In fact, you'll probably have more fun if you aren't stressing out about the game. Here's a round up of [...]

Campaign Circus Comes to Town

Campaign Circus Comes to Town

Romney Keeps it Light as Gingrich Delves into the Dark by Jeremy Morrison The foul stench was getting worse. It was the kind of smell that could only come from a few hundred people in winter [...]

Artel Returns to Black and White

Artel Returns to Black and White

By Jennie McKeon Artists don’t usually see the world in black and white, but they did for the latest exhibit at Artel.  Back by popular demand, Artel Gallery presents “Return to Black and [...]

The Buzz 2/2/12

The Buzz 2/2/12

WAHOOS VIEW The crisp winter views bouncing around in the stadium at Maritime Park are brilliant. Sunlit diamonds swim in the bay and green grass covers the infield. On Jan. 27, a large crane lifted [...]

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