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From Page to Stage in 24 Hours

From Page to Stage in 24 Hours

By Lilia Del Bosque Oakey Whitehouse Putting on a play is, normally, not something that happens in a day. But, at Pensacola Little Theatre, “24 Hour Theatre” breaks tradition and challenges [...]

News of the Weird 3/21/13

News of the Weird 3/21/13

by Chuck Shepherd Holy Handguns One of the many decisions greeting Pope Francis, as Salon.com pointed out, is whether to officially recognize a Patron Saint of Handgunners—as urged by a U.S. [...]

Music Festival Celebrates East Hill’s Funkiness

Music Festival Celebrates East Hill’s Funkiness

By Brett Hutchins The East Hill area of Pensacola is a neighborhood in the truest sense of the word. Local businesses do things their way. Artists of all types call the place home. The community [...]

Outtakes: Investment In Kids

Outtakes: Investment In Kids

By Rick Outzen In my hometown, Greenville, Miss., the YMCA was where we learned how to play football. All the Outzen boys, plus most of the Roman Catholic and African-American kids in the [...]

Passing the Joint

Passing the Joint

Is Florida Ready for Medical Marijuana? By Jeremy Morrison Hustling the halls of Tallahassee, Jodi James and Bob Jordan are on a mission. They’ve been at it for weeks, since the 2013 [...]

Hot Times 3.14-3.20

Hot Times 3.14-3.20

THURSDAY 3.14 HAPPENINGS 'RETURN TO CLAY AND FIRE: WOOD FIRED CERAMICS BY BEN TWINGLEY' 8 a.m. Gallery 88, inside WUWF 11000 University Pkwy. Through April 26. 474-2787 or wuwf.org. ‘A [...]

Winners & Losers 3/14/13

Winners & Losers 3/14/13

WINNERS Dale Knee The president and CEO of Covenant Hospice and the Covenant Hospice Foundation, has announced his plans to retire from Covenant Hospice and its affiliates in December 2013. Knee [...]

Everybody’s Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, Right?

Everybody’s Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, Right?

By Hana Frenette St. Patrick’s Day usually offers up a plethora of shenanigans for all those who choose to participate. And sometimes even those who don’t. A sea of green beer and shirts can [...]

Pensacola, Totally Trashed: A Super Abridged Environmental History

Pensacola, Totally Trashed: A Super Abridged Environmental History

By Jesscia Forbes Imagine a hangover you (or your one friend) have experienced, or perhaps one you are anticipating on March 18. The actions that lead to such a condition are typically not marked [...]

Seeing Green

Seeing Green

“Earth Action” Video Series Coming to WSRE By Jessica Forbes Earth Ethics, Inc., a Pensacola-based nonprofit organization, has produced a series of environmentally focused programs that [...]

Get Funky for Climate Change

Get Funky for Climate Change

By Lilia Del Bosque Oakey Whitehouse Whether you ride a bike for fun, fitness, or for your commute, all bicyclist enthusiasts are welcomed at the Cool the Panhandle Funky Bike Fest. The event, [...]

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