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Pensacola Opera Presents “Rigoletto”

Pensacola Opera Presents “Rigoletto”

By Jennie McKeon Watching the opera is like entering another world. Not just because the entire performance is sung—in another language no less—but because even the most dark moments in life [...]

Kishi Bashi: Making the Violin Cool Again

Kishi Bashi: Making the Violin Cool Again

By Jennie McKeon K Ishibashi—or, Kishi Bashi—is a bit of a multi-tasker. Not only is he on tour with Of Montreal, but he is also the opening act. The singer, violinist and composer has toured [...]

Viewpoint: When All Else Fails, Try Bumper Stickers

Viewpoint: When All Else Fails, Try Bumper Stickers

By Farron Cousins I remember driving through traffic in December 2008 and finding myself dumbstruck by a bumper sticker that read “2012–The End of an Error.” A full month before [...]

Winners & Losers 3/8/12

Winners & Losers 3/8/12

Winners ADRIAN STILLS The National Black Golf Hall of Fame has announced that the director of Golf Operations at the City of Pensacola’s Osceola Golf Course is among its 2012 class of inductees. [...]

History and Burgers

History and Burgers

Exploring Belmont-DeVilliers with Documentarian Robin Reshard By Jeremy Morrison A scattering of old blocks jutting from the ground have excited Robin Reshard. She goes in for a closer [...]

Viewpoint—The Chilling Effect

Viewpoint—The Chilling Effect

The Chilling Effect By J. Alistair McKenzie Americans rightfully fear government dictating what speech is appropriate. In fact, it was this well-founded fear that gave us what we hold so dear, [...]

The Buzz 3/1/12

The Buzz 3/1/12

GREEN TEAM Pensacola officials recently revived the city’s Environmental Advisory Board, following the group’s half-year hiatus. The EAB is tasked with identifying and dealing with environmental [...]

Outtakes 3/1/12

Outtakes 3/1/12

BLACK & WHITE DECISIONS When Superintendent Malcolm Thomas announced his new capital improvement plan, there were cheers in East Pensacola Heights. Their little neighborhood school, A.K. Suter [...]

Winners & Losers 3/1/12

Winners & Losers 3/1/12

WINNERS MEGAN PRATT The Pensacola City Councilwoman was among 14 women recently honored by the League of Women Voters of Florida as one of the “up-and-coming young elected officials” from the [...]

It Happened Here 3/1/12

It Happened Here 3/1/12

Mardi Gras: We’re On A Roll (Again)! by Jessica Forbes With this year’s Carnival season in the past, perhaps we’ve recovered enough to consider the history behind one of the biggest parties [...]

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