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Happenings 4/19/12

Happenings 4/19/12

THURSDAY 4.19 ‘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. [...]

A&E Picks 4/19/12

A&E Picks 4/19/12

Get It Shorty NOLA Superstar Troy "Trombone Shorty" Andrews and his band Orleans Avenue are bringing their signature Big Easy style to Vinyl Music Hall Saturday night. Do yourself a favor and be [...]

Visit the Promised Land

Visit the Promised Land

By Jennie McKeon Todd Morehead had never directed a movie before, but that didn’t stop him when he decided to produce a film about a country. A country that is often times [...]

Winners & Losers 4/19/12

Winners & Losers 4/19/12

WINNERS Norman Vickers Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward proclaimed the week of April 9-15 as "Pensacola JazzFest Week,” and specifically saluted Dr. F. Norman Vickers for his efforts to promote [...]

Got Chocolate?

Got Chocolate?

By Jennie McKeon This weekend, indulge in chocolate.  Don’t think twice about calories, it’s for a good cause. The Gulf Coast Kid’s House (GCKH) is having its Ninth Annual Chocolate [...]

The Buzz 4/19/12

The Buzz 4/19/12

King In Court On April 11, Hugh King, a non-party-affiliated candidate for Escambia County Commission, District 3, asked Circuit Court Judge Thomas Santurri to grant a restraining order against Lumon [...]

My Penscola—Chad Rich

My Penscola—Chad Rich

Name:  Chad Rich Day Job: Vice President/Sales, Rodney Rich & Company Pensacola Resident Since:  Born and raised in Pensacola—moved back in 2003 to start a family and work with my [...]

For the Records

For the Records

Celebrating Music and Vinyl On Record Store Day By Hana Frenette People are buying records again. And not just to decorate walls with or make bowls out of—to listen to. The record is still [...]

The Local—Bad Catholic, Good Lent Participant

The Local—Bad Catholic, Good Lent Participant

By Edwin Banacia Even after having moved back to my beloved Pensacola, I’m not much of a churchy guy. I can’t hide under a robe and spend my Sundays peeping at all the single ladies anymore. [...]

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, [...]

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