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Outtakes 1/10/13

Outtakes 1/10/13

Field of Dreams For decades, businesses and visitors had to deal with the odiferous Main Street sewage treatment plant that sat like a fat toad on the west side of downtown blocking any real [...]

To The Glistening Eastern Sea

To The Glistening Eastern Sea

By Sarah McCartan If there is one thing that the live music capital of the world does not run short of it’s music—and good music at that. Austin-based band The Eastern Sea is the brainchild of [...]

Lawnmowers of Love

Lawnmowers of Love

Tending the Landscape, Less Fortunate By Jeremy Morrison Standing near a pick-up truck full of lawn equipment, a group of men admired a Saturday morning’s worth of yard work. Piles of brush are [...]

Galactic’s Rhythmic Gumbo Finds Pensacola

Galactic’s Rhythmic Gumbo Finds Pensacola

by Brett Hutchins When Vinyl Music Hall opened a couple years ago, one of its major emphases was to bring as much of the cultural mecca of New Orleans to the Panhandle as possible. It’s doing [...]

The Buzz 1/10/13

The Buzz 1/10/13

The Green Blueprint After an initial meeting, Escambia County and local environmentalists are a step closer to selecting who will represent environmental interests on the county’s RESTORE Act [...]

Take a Trip to Africa

Take a Trip to Africa

By Jennie McKeon George Stewart and his wife, Julie Breckinridge haven’t even finished packing up their home in Alberta, Ala. for their move to Pensacola and yet a portion of their art [...]

Happenings 1/10/13

Happenings 1/10/13

THURSDAY 1.10 ‘A ROADTRIP THROUGH FLORIDA ARCHAEOLOGY’ 10 a.m. DARC, 207 E. Main St. 595-0050, ext. 107 or flpublicarchaeology.org/darc.php. ‘ANNUAL YOUTH ART FOCUS’ 10 a.m. through Mar [...]

Putting the “P” Back in the Public Library

Putting the “P” Back in the Public Library

By Lewis Stockham Our public library is an important part of our community. Renovations began on the Downtown Branch of the West Florida Public Library located at the corner of West Gregory and [...]

News of the Weird 1/10/13

News of the Weird 1/10/13

by Chuck Shepherd Fragrance of War Updating “The Smell of Napalm in the Morning”: A cosmetics company in Gaza recently began selling a fragrance dedicated to victory over Israel and named [...]

A West Side Story

A West Side Story

By Jennie McKeon After 56 years, “West Side Story” is still as poignant and beautiful as it was when it opened on Broadway. Based on Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet,” the story [...]

The Buzz 1/3/13

The Buzz 1/3/13

Fare Thee Well ARC Gateway Executive Director Donna Fassett passed away Dec. 27 following her battle with cancer. After 33 years serving children and adults with intellectual and developmental [...]

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