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Setting the Bar

Setting the Bar

By Ashley Hardaway This week I had a girlfriend visiting me from D.C., and among the great big list of things to do/see people would give her (the beach, McGuire’s, tubing, FloraBama) was one [...]

A Journey by Bicycle

A Journey by Bicycle

By Katya Ivanov In Kansas, towns have edges. There is a line that goes a mile. Outside of the big square block of trees and houses, there's nothing but treeless fields and prairie, farmlands and [...]

Scrabble Soiree to Benefit Adult Literacy

Scrabble Soiree to Benefit Adult Literacy

By James Hagan Scrabble junkies, or those just into having a good time for charity, are eagerly brushing up on their vocabulary lessons in anticipation of Learn to Read of Northwest Florida’s [...]

A&E Pics 8/16/12

A&E Pics 8/16/12

Yay For New Yeasayer After months of anticipation and a pretty intense Internet scavenger hunt, indie rock outfit Yeasayer are finally releasing their latest album "Fragrant World" in its entirety. [...]

New Exhibits at Blue Morning Gallery

New Exhibits at Blue Morning Gallery

"Date Night" at the Blue Morning Gallery on Friday, August 24, features art as "the Greatest Show on Earth" with a circus-themed party for the public from 5 to 8pm.  The presence of the Popcorn [...]

IN Primary Picks

IN Primary Picks

Make Your Vote Count on Aug. 14th By Rick Outzen The Independent News has never shied away from controversy. Our role is to analyze the facts, connect the dots and report what we’ve learned. We [...]

Happenings 8/9/12

Happenings 8/9/12

THURSDAY 8.9 ‘A ROADTRIP THROUGH FLORIDA ARCHAEOLOGY’ 10 a.m. DARC, 207 E. Main St. 595-0050, ext. 107 or flpublicarchaeology.org/darc.php. ‘SURFING FLORIDA: A PHOTOGRAPHIC HISTORY’ 10 [...]

Shakin’ Up Shakespeare

Shakin’ Up Shakespeare

By Jennie McKeon The Pensacola Shakespeare Company—or PenShakes—is at an exciting crossroads as Sam Osheroff said. “We have big plans,” said Osheroff, who is taking over as the new [...]

Dysfunction Junction

Dysfunction Junction

What’s Your Malfunction, City Hall? By Jeremy Morrison There’s a rift at Pensacola City Hall. It’s a contentious chasm that has suffered from both nurture and neglect. “Clearly, there [...]

Outtakes 8/9/1

Outtakes 8/9/1

Blaming Isn’t a Solution By Rick Outzen After the funeral of Matthew Cox, who was shot outside his mother’s Montclair home, I met with Lumon May, who had coached the teen in the Southern [...]

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