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The Buzz 12/05/13

The Buzz 12/05/13

Rumblings in Health Care The federal government has changed how it pays hospitals for their Medicare patients, and that shift could have a negative impact on our local economy while the hospitals [...]

The Thermals Heat Up Florida

The Thermals Heat Up Florida

By Jessica Forbes Within the contiguous United States, Florida and Oregon are essentially as far apart as two states can be. So when the Portland-based band, The Thermals, goes on tour, sometimes [...]

Holiday Calendar 12/05/13

Holiday Calendar 12/05/13

12.6-12.8, 12.13-12.24 & 12.26-12.29 ZOO LIGHTS 6 – 10 p.m. The Gulf Breeze Zoo invites you to enjoy the beauty of the zoo at night as you admire thousands of sparkling holiday lights. 5701 [...]

Stay Well Through the Holidays

Stay Well Through the Holidays

By Sarah McCartan When it comes to staying good and well, we’ve all heard the standard advice. Get enough sleep. Keep your stress levels in check. Remember your daily dose of exercise. Take [...]

Outtakes—Small Town Hero

Outtakes—Small Town Hero

The memorial service was a simple, small town affair at the Lewis Funeral Home in Milton. Friends and family gathered to comfort his wife of 44 years, children and grandchildren and to share stories. [...]

Looking Back & Looking Forward

Looking Back & Looking Forward

By Jason Leger Somewhere around mid-November, things start to slow down a tad on the influx of new albums, at least for a couple of weeks. The floodgates on releases for early 2014 should open [...]

Winners & Losers 11/29/13

Winners & Losers 11/29/13

Winners Amy Miller Once approved by the Pensacola City Council, Miller will become the first female Port Director for the City of Pensacola since its inception, dating back to the mid-1700s. She [...]

Awareness, Remembrance, and Celebration

Awareness, Remembrance, and Celebration

By Jessica Forbes For those living with or who have lost a loved one to HIV/AIDS, Dec. 1 marks not only an important day of remembrance, but one of hope and connection. World AIDS Day has taken [...]

Put A Bow On It

Put A Bow On It

Local Gift Options For (Just About) Everyone On Your List For Her When it comes to gifting the special lady (or ladies) on your list—regardless of your budget considerations or her style [...]

The Buzz 11/29/13

The Buzz 11/29/13

Pensacola’s Mud Island Eighteen months after the Vince J. Whibbs, Sr. Community Maritime Park opened, the city has a problem with the retention pond at the park. The liner has floated to the [...]

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