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News of the Weird 1/30/14

News of the Weird 1/30/14

by Chuck Shepherd Going Postal America's returning warriors continue to experience inexplicable difficulty after putting their lives at risk for their country. It took 13 years for Army Sgt. Maj. [...]

Winners & Losers 1/30/14

Winners & Losers 1/30/14

Winners Pensacola Police Department The annual crime report, submitted by the Pensacola Police Department to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, shows an overall 14 percent reduction of [...]

Ears & Fingers 1/23/14

Ears & Fingers 1/23/14

by Jason Leger Mogwai-‘Rave Tapes’ It’s very impressive to me that a director can take a grand vision, script it, film it, and cut it down to what Shakespeare called “two hours’ [...]

Outtakes—A Tiger Retires

Outtakes—A Tiger Retires

Last week George Touart sent the Escambia County Commission his resignation letter. He isn’t well and said his body could no longer keep up with demands of being the county administrator. The [...]

Happenings 1/23/14

Happenings 1/23/14

THURSDAY 1.23 RUNNING: SIX AT SIX 6 a.m. Running Wild, 3012 E. Cervantes St. 435-9222 or werunwild.com. FIRST CITY ART CENTER 9 a.m.–3 p.m. “Small Works” on display through the end of [...]

News of the Weird 1/23/14

News of the Weird 1/23/14

by Chuck Shepherd Self-Appreciation Everyone's Above Average:  Ask Americans how they stand compared to their fellow countrymen, and in survey after survey, the vast majority rank themselves [...]

Navigating the Affordable Care Act

Navigating the Affordable Care Act

By Jessica Forbes & Sarah McCartan “Despite Glitches, HealthCare.gov Could’ve Been Worse,” NPR “Somebody Finally Got Fired For Healthcare.gov,” Washington Post “Health Care [...]

Winners & Losers 1/23/14

Winners & Losers 1/23/14

Winners Bill Clover The Pensacola State College Visual Arts professor Bill Clover recently received the U.S. President’s Volunteer Service Award for contributing more than 7,000 hours of [...]

The Buzz 1/23/14

The Buzz 1/23/14

Charlotte’s Web Gulf Breeze residents Holley and Peyton Moseley have been making headlines lately, with a purpose.  The Moseleys’ 10-year old daughter RayAnn suffers from epilepsy, typically [...]

Step Up

Step Up

By Jennifer Leigh Since 1981, the Capitol Steps have been “putting the MOCK in Democracy” as the website states. It all started when a group of Senate staffers were looking for [...]

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