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Ballet Pensacola Presents: “The Nutcracker”

Ballet Pensacola Presents: “The Nutcracker”

by Jennie McKeon It’s less than two weeks until Ballet Pensacola performs the ultimate holiday dance, “The Nutcracker.” Inside the studio, Joey Mounce, the Nutcracker Prince, and Erin [...]

International Holiday Staples

International Holiday Staples

by Ashley Hardaway Holiday dinners. Most likely your family sticks to what they have always done because – well, it’s tradition. My family too has its 10 staples and while they’re always [...]

Maximilian Coffee

Maximilian Coffee

by Ashley Hardaway For a brief time, Mexico was ruled not by a president, but a noble Austrian they had proclaimed as emperor. His ruling was brief, ending in his execution, but his impact [...]

News of the Weird

News of the Weird

by Chuck Shepherd Only the Government: Stung by criticism in 2007 that they were neglecting severely wounded service members, the Pentagon and the Department of Veterans Affairs have now gone [...]

The Buzz 12/15/11

The Buzz 12/15/11

WAHOOS WELCOME RIGGLEMAN When the Pensacola Blue Wahoos take to the field in April, it will be under the guidance of Jim Riggleman. The former manager of the Washington Nationals has been tapped to [...]

Two Dye Four

Two Dye Four

By Jennie McKeon 27-year-old John Dye has only been a professional make-up artist for about a year. Yet he has his own magazine, “Two DYE Four,” which can be found inside “Po10tial” [...]

A&E Picks 12/15/11

A&E Picks 12/15/11

Something to look forward to Two awesome acts for this year's DeLuna Fest lineup are making their way back to the Gulf Coast in the new year.  Diplo will be at Vinyl Music Hall Feb. 6 with Sleigh [...]

Hockey at the Beach, It Just Makes Sense

Hockey at the Beach, It Just Makes Sense

by Jeremy Morrison It doesn’t appear to make a lot of sense at first. But if mulled over for a moment, the notion of stepping out onto a frozen Canadian tundra in a pair of swim trunks starts to [...]

Searching for Closure-The Tangled Life of Magnolia Cemetery

Searching for Closure-The Tangled Life of Magnolia Cemetery

by Jeremy Morrison The life of a cemetery isn’t always as sure as the souls who lay their bodies down in its ground. “Walk right there,” Raymond Reese said, pointing out a soft spot in [...]

News of the Weird

News of the Weird

by Chuck Shepherd Chinese Education Values: To get to their school, 80 children (aged 6 to 17) in the mountaintop village of Pili, China, near the borders with Tajikistan and Afghanistan, make a [...]

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