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Outtakes 3/1/12

Outtakes 3/1/12

BLACK & WHITE DECISIONS When Superintendent Malcolm Thomas announced his new capital improvement plan, there were cheers in East Pensacola Heights. Their little neighborhood school, A.K. Suter [...]

Winners & Losers 3/1/12

Winners & Losers 3/1/12

WINNERS MEGAN PRATT The Pensacola City Councilwoman was among 14 women recently honored by the League of Women Voters of Florida as one of the “up-and-coming young elected officials” from the [...]

It Happened Here 3/1/12

It Happened Here 3/1/12

Mardi Gras: We’re On A Roll (Again)! by Jessica Forbes With this year’s Carnival season in the past, perhaps we’ve recovered enough to consider the history behind one of the biggest parties [...]

Viewpoint—Let Them Speak

Viewpoint—Let Them Speak

Let Them Speak By Ryan M. Barnett Heated political speech is an American pastime. Consider the abusive personal attack of Senator John Randolph upon then Speaker of the House Henry Clay’s [...]

Happenings 3/1/12

Happenings 3/1/12

THURSDAY 3.1 JAUNE QUICK-TO-SEE SMITH EXHIBITION 8 a.m. through Mar 9. Anna Lamar Switzer Center for Visual Arts, Pensacola State College, 1000 College Blvd, Bldg. 15. 484-1851 or [...]

A&E Picks 3/1/12

A&E Picks 3/1/12

Dr. Dog + GIVERS Philadelphia-based rockers Dr. Dog are touring in support of their new record, “Be the Void,” with GIVERS and they’re coming to Alabama Music Box in Mobile. Turn to page 18 [...]

My Pensacola—Jason Leger

My Pensacola—Jason Leger

Name: Jason Leger Day Job: I.T. and Shipping & Receiving at Harley-Davidson of Pensacola Pensacola Resident Since: 1983, when everything changed. Good Eats: I’m a pretty big fan of food [...]

Plan B

Plan B

The Beach, The Vision, The Overpass and The $25 Million Dollar Question By Jeremy Morrison Throughout the ebb and flow of time, the sifting sands of Pensacola Beach have been awash in perpetual [...]

August: Osage County in Pensacola

August: Osage County in Pensacola

By Jennie McKeon Pensacola Little Theatre usually isn’t known for plays that come with warning labels. However, when the chance to stage the 2008 Pulitzer-winning “August: Osage County” came [...]

News of the Weird 3/1/12

News of the Weird 3/1/12

by Chuck Shepherd Newspapers in Sweden reported in January that two of the country’s most heinous murderers apparently fell in love with each other behind the locked doors of their psychiatric [...]

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