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The Other Green Beer

The Other Green Beer

By Jeremy Morrison Look around at the grocery store. The organic revolution is on. Organic eggs, organic milk, organic, free-range, Harvard-educated chicken, and so on. Organic beer, [...]

Buzz: ECAT Looks to Escambia

Buzz: ECAT Looks to Escambia

Mass Transit Requests County Takeover By Jeremy Morrison Now that the Escambia County Transit System can rely on the recently passed four-cent gas tax for future funding, what’s next for the [...]

Ad Men

Ad Men

Team Hayward's Million Dollar Logo By Rick Outzen On July 18, 2012, Mayor Ashton Hayward unveiled at the Saengar Theatre a new brand identity for the City of Pensacola with a new city [...]

Last Curtain Call for the Opera

Last Curtain Call for the Opera

By Jennie McKeon The Pensacola Opera’s 2013 season is coming to a close. For their last performance, the local opera house is pulling out all the stops with Giacomo Puccini's [...]

Winners & Losers 3/7/13

Winners & Losers 3/7/13

Winners Julian & Kim MacQueen The founders of Innisfree Hotels donated $250,000 to the University of West Florida for the creation of "The MacQueen Hospitality, Recreation and Resort [...]

Happenings 3/7-3/13

Happenings 3/7-3/13

THURSDAY 3.7 ‘EDUCATIONAL COMPLEX EDIT’ 10 a.m. TAG Gallery at University of West Florida, 11000 University Pkwy. 474-2696 or tag82uwf.wordpress.com. ‘A ROADTRIP THROUGH FLORIDA [...]

Saving Blackwater: Round Two

Saving Blackwater: Round Two

Fending Off Drilling in the Forest By Jeremy Morrison The Blackwater River State Forest-drilling bill is dead. Again. For now. Rep. Doug Broxson, (R-Gulf Breeze) killed the bill Feb. 20. He [...]

Get Off the Bar Stool With Kaboom

Get Off the Bar Stool With Kaboom

By Kate Peterson Cornhole, dodgeball, kickball and Ultimate Frisbee are just some of the games and leagues the Kaboom Sports and Social Club have to offer. Coming soon inner tube water polo, [...]

Calling All Artists

Calling All Artists

By Kate Peterson THE GALLERY Founded in 1993, Artel started as a vehicle for fostering appreciation for art in its purest form. It is the only non-profit, all-volunteer experimental art gallery [...]

Outtakes: Florida’s Prison Privatization Isn’t Paradise

Outtakes: Florida’s Prison Privatization Isn’t Paradise

By Rick Outzen In his fiscal year 2014 budget, Gov. Rick Scott proposes to eliminate 2,355 jobs by privatizing health services for state prisoners. Privatization of prisons is a national fad among [...]

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