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The Buzz 3/8/12

The Buzz 3/8/12

SCHOOL PLAYGROUND DISCORD Mayor Ashton Hayward tried to work with School Superintendent Malcolm Thomas on the closed schools inside the city limits. They met six months ago and nothing has been heard [...]

News of the Weird 3/8/12

News of the Weird 3/8/12

by Chuck Shepherd The royal family of Qatar, apparently striving for art-world credibility, purchased a Paul Cezanne painting (“The Card Players”) last year for the equivalent of about $250 [...]

My Pensacola—Robbie Marie Lofty

My Pensacola—Robbie Marie Lofty

Name: Robbie Marie Lofty Day Job: Human Resources and Events Coordinator at the Santa Rosa Island Authority Pensacola Resident Since: 2009 Good Eats: Sidelines’ chicken wings and cheese [...]

Dupré on Deck

Dupré on Deck

By Bradley “Beej” Davis Jr. If it weren’t for the internet, singer/songwriter James Dupré would probably be a meteorologist. The self-proclaimed “weather nerd” was born in Bayou [...]

A&E Picks 3/8/12

A&E Picks 3/8/12

Live From New York, It's The Shins (March 10th) DeLuna Fest alumni and Paddy O'Leary's lovers, The Shins, are going to be the musical guests on Saturday Night Live this week. Do yourself a favor and [...]

The Local: McGuire’s Run

The Local: McGuire’s Run

A Short Distance to Marathon Drinking By James Hagan I have no trouble running 3.1 miles. Running 3.1 miles and getting drunk afterwards—well, that’s another story. Running, and then partying [...]

Happenings 3/8/12

Happenings 3/8/12

THURSDAY 3.8 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 [...]

Outtakes 3/8/12

Outtakes 3/8/12

STILL A NON-BELIEVER BP says that its estimated $7.8 billion settlement over the oil spill disaster completes its commitment to citizens and businesses along the Gulf Coast to “make it right” [...]

Pensacola Opera Presents “Rigoletto”

Pensacola Opera Presents “Rigoletto”

By Jennie McKeon Watching the opera is like entering another world. Not just because the entire performance is sung—in another language no less—but because even the most dark moments in life [...]

Kishi Bashi: Making the Violin Cool Again

Kishi Bashi: Making the Violin Cool Again

By Jennie McKeon K Ishibashi—or, Kishi Bashi—is a bit of a multi-tasker. Not only is he on tour with Of Montreal, but he is also the opening act. The singer, violinist and composer has toured [...]

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