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Mary’s Mission

Mary’s Mission

By Jeremy Morrison One Volunteer, Countless Blessings Folks at the St. Joseph Medical Clinic describe longtime volunteer Mary Bond in a variety of ways. They call her “the back bone of this [...]

For Love, Not Money

For Love, Not Money

St. Joseph Medical Clinic Serves Less Fortunate By Jeremy Morrison Dr. John Pallin relaxed in an open room inside the St. Joseph Parish medical clinic. He took a few a moments before beginning [...]

Generations of Sound

Generations of Sound

Belmont-DeVilliers’ Rich Musical History By Jessica Forbes At the Gregory Street Assembly Hall, trumpet player and vocalist David Washington recalled playing with Ike and Tina Turner and B.B. [...]

Outtakes:Taking Off the Training Wheels

Outtakes:Taking Off the Training Wheels

By Rick Outzen Whenever this newspaper is critical of an elected official, there is always backlash. Rather than taking responsibility for their actions, politicians often declare victim status [...]

Leftover Chicken

Leftover Chicken

Escambia Takes Another Look By Jeremy Morrison If Escambia County Commissioner Grover Robinson can have dogs, then why can’t county residents have chickens? “They poop in my backyard and [...]

H&W News Feb. 2013

H&W News Feb. 2013

By Jeremy Morrison Volunteers Make a Difference Want to make a difference in the community? Consider becoming a volunteer at Baptist Health Care (BHC). Volunteers are an integral part of [...]

Violinist Sam Park Returns Home

Violinist Sam Park Returns Home

By Kate Peterson Pensacola is the first place that violinist Samuel Park called home in the United States and soon he will be returning for an alumni performance at the University of West [...]

‘American Soft’ Released on Vinyl

‘American Soft’ Released on Vinyl

By Hana Frenette Chris Staples is about to release his latest album, ‘American Soft,’ on vinyl and tour the country by himself. Until then, he is quietly residing in Fort Walton and [...]

Hot Times 2/28-3/6

Hot Times 2/28-3/6

THURSDAY 2.28 HAPPENINGS ‘MEDITATIONS IN MOTION’ 8 a.m. through Mar. 1. Gallery 88, inside WUWF 11000 University Pkwy. 474-2787 or wuwf.org. ‘ANNUAL YOUTH ART FOCUS’ 10 a.m. through [...]

Buzz: Texting in the Sunshine

Buzz: Texting in the Sunshine

A government official—let’s say someone on the city council, or a county commissioner—takes out their cellphone and begins diligently tapping out a text during a public meeting. What are they [...]

Staff Pick: Punk Meets Bluegrass at Paddy’s

Staff Pick: Punk Meets Bluegrass at Paddy’s

By Brett Hutchins What happens when Los Angeles punk collides with Appalachian string music? A ruckus and a whale of a good time, that's what. Paddy O'Leary's has become a second home for the [...]

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