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Thanksgiving: The Make-Ahead Project

Thanksgiving: The Make-Ahead Project

by Ashley Hardaway My first thanksgiving away from home I bought a whole, frozen chicken and threw it in the oven; opened up a bag of instant mashed potatoes, cut up some Hawaiian sweet rolls and [...]

A&E Picks 11/17/11

A&E Picks 11/17/11

1/2 Off Books Get a jump start on your holiday shopping at Open Books 50% off sale. And before you even ask—yes, every book in the store is included in the sale. Now through Nov. 23. [...]

Andy Grammer Coming To “Pelican Drop”

Andy Grammer Coming To “Pelican Drop”

Hit Singer Andy Grammer Heading to Pensacola for New Year’s Performance, Three Stages, Fireworks, and 100ft “Pelican Drop” Highlight Pensacola Street Party Hit Singer Andy Grammer will help [...]

Shooting from the Hip

Shooting from the Hip

By Hana Frenette Portrait photographer Matthew Coughlin creates amazingly original images full of detail and dimension, especially for someone who just picked up a camera a year ago. “Ten [...]

My Pensacola—Kiley and Bill

My Pensacola—Kiley and Bill

Kiley and Bill Day Job: owners, The Magnolia Pensacola Residents Since: 1997 and 2000, respectively Good Eats: When we get a night off at The Magnolia, a stop at The Elbow Room is absolutely [...]

Outtakes 11/10/11

Outtakes 11/10/11

GUNS SHOULD BE THE PRIORITY The Escambia County Commission has been trying to figure out how to rid the area’s roadways of beggars since March 2007. Pensacola City Councilman John Jerralds wants [...]

Get a Sugar Rush with Hank and Cupcakes

Get a Sugar Rush with Hank and Cupcakes

By Jennie McKeon Hank and Cupcakes is Ariel Scherbacovsky and Sagit Shir, a husband-and-wife team from Israel. Scherbacovsky, or “Hank,” is on bass and Shir, “Cupcakes,” plays the drums [...]

The Buzz 11/10/11

The Buzz 11/10/11

UNION OCCUPIES COUNTY CHAMBERS It’s an interesting mix: the union and Occupiers. While their messages may dovetail, the group’s styles vary wildly. “Let’s hope it doesn’t rain,” said [...]

A Sugarless Toothache Stakes its Claim at Sluggo’s

A Sugarless Toothache Stakes its Claim at Sluggo’s

By Hana Frenette When Alexandria Hall, aka Toothache, and I were able to catch up on the phone, she was taking a hike somewhere in Delaware. Hall is currently on a tour of the U.S. with friend [...]

Ten Things You Don’t Know About Michael Jackson

Ten Things You Don’t Know About Michael Jackson

In honor of the upcoming Who's Bad?—The Ultimate Michael Jackson Tribute Band—show at Vinyl Music Hall, we asked our resident MJ expert Jennie McKeon to give us her best random facts about the [...]

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