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Earth Day Festival and Farmer’s Market at UWF

Earth Day Festival and Farmer’s Market at UWF

University of West Florida is hosting their first Earth Day Festival and Farmer’s Market Tuesday, April 17. The festival, located on the Cannon Greens at UWF, will showcase local farmers, crafts, [...]

Winners & Losers 4/12/12

Winners & Losers 4/12/12

WINNERS Gerry Lester “Bubba” Watson, Jr. The Bagdad, Fla. native can now lay claim to being the area’s best golfer after winning the 2012 Masters after defeating Louis Oosthuizen in a sudden [...]

Happenings 4/12/12

Happenings 4/12/12

THURSDAY 4.12 ‘A ROADTRIP THROUGH FLORIDA ARCHAEOLOGY’ 10 a.m. DARC, 207 E. Main St. 595-0050, ext. 107 or flpublicarchaeology.org/darc.php. ‘GARDEN OF EDEN’ 10 a.m. through Jun 2. [...]

Kick It

Kick It

The Internet Being Used For Good By Jennie McKeon Jon Morris was looking for a change. He wanted to fulfill his dream of being a professional musician, but funds were scarce. That’s where [...]

My Pensacola—Meagan Enderson


My Pensacola—Meagan Enderson


Name: Meagan Enderson Day Job: Director of Social Media for Jewelers Trade Shop Pensacola Resident Since: 1988 Good Eats: Pensacola boasts a fantastic mix of casual and fine dining [...]

Outtakes 4/12/12

Outtakes 4/12/12

INDOMITABLE SPIRIT Nearly 88 months after Jack Fetterman, John Cavanaugh and Quint Studer sat down with then-City Manager Tom Bonfield to discuss a maritime park that would revitalize Pensacola after [...]

Ice Flyers Advance To President’s Cup

Ice Flyers Advance To President’s Cup

While a lot of people have been busy catching Wahoo fever, Pensacola's other minor league team has been kicking ass and taking names in their league’s post-season playoffs. With first and second [...]

Viewpoint 4/12/12

Viewpoint 4/12/12

Florida Journalism Not Dead Yet By Florence Snyder When government doesn’t do its job, when children die in its care, when law enforcement commits wrongdoing, we look to investigative [...]

Balancing the Books

Balancing the Books

Library’s Last Chapter by Jeremy Morrison The West Florida Public Library System is in what Bette Hooton calls “crisis mode.” The panic is due to the fact that the local library system [...]

News of the Weird

News of the Weird

by Chuck Shepherd Body Piercing: So Safe and Easy, Anyone Can Do It Like most states with active trade associations of barbers and beauticians, Iowa strictly regulates those professions, requiring [...]

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