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Ears & Fingers 2/26/15

Ears & Fingers 2/26/15

By Jason Leger Drake-If You’re Reading This, It’s Too Late It’s too late. Too Early (Aka On the Horizon): Sufjan Stevens-Carrie & Lowell Sufjan Stevens refuses to be pinned down, [...]

Pensacon’s Leading Ladies

Pensacon’s Leading Ladies

By Jennifer Leigh In the sometimes male-dominated world of science fiction and super heroes, these women—among many others—are making their mark, following the footsteps of those before and [...]

Winners & Losers 2/19/15

Winners & Losers 2/19/15

Winners Kelley Bradford The Escambia County Jail employee was recognized by the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office with the Civilian Gold Medal of Honor for saving the life of Detention Deputy [...]

Outtakes: Restless Natives

Outtakes: Restless Natives

By Rick Outzen When a city government loses its connection to the pulse of its neighborhoods, miscommunication and problems ensue. The discussions concerning Manna relocating into the neighborhood [...]

Downtown 2.0

Downtown 2.0

by T.S. Strickland A stroll down Palafox Place isn't what it used to be. Walking north from the Plaza de Luna, one can't ignore the signs of progress. The newly christened SoGo District is [...]

Buzz: Good News, Bad News

Buzz: Good News, Bad News

Bad News: Workforce Lags Does Pensacola have a workforce that will attract new businesses? Not yet, according to recent research by the University of West Florida Haas Center. Our area’s Job [...]

Ears & Fingers 2/19/15

Ears & Fingers 2/19/15

By Jason Leger A Place to Bury Strangers-Transfixiation A Place to Bury Strangers is a band that has long eluded me. Not for any reason on either of our parts aside from our mutual attractions [...]

From Pensacola, With Love

From Pensacola, With Love

The Birth of the New Civil Rights Movement By Scott Satterwhite and Steven Poulin “No More! No Mas!” That is what a diverse and multiracial crowd chanted at the Dec. 7 protest to express [...]

Seeking To Be Heard

Seeking To Be Heard

By Rick Outzen In June 2014, Veronica Fountain read J. Lee Pickens School, a closed school across from home, was being sold to Manna Food Pantries, a local nonprofit that offers emergency food [...]

Happenings 2.19-2.26

Happenings 2.19-2.26

THURSDAY 2.19 IN THE MOOD 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Hop aboard the "Chattanooga Choo Choo" to “Tuxedo Junction" and get "In the Mood" to hear a “Moonlight Serenade” performed by a 13-piece [...]

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