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The Helio Sequence—Keeping Their Eyes Ahead

The Helio Sequence—Keeping Their Eyes Ahead

By Sarah McCartan Just when fans were beginning to wonder if and when The Helio Sequence would break through the indefinite period of silence following the 2008 release of their loudly applauded [...]

One Man Band on the Run

One Man Band on the Run

By Sarah McCartan Netherfriends, aka Chicago native Shawn Rosenblatt, is a one-man band on the run—the tour run that is. What was once a multi-member band has morphed into a multi-component [...]

The Barber of a Different Seville

The Barber of a Different Seville

By Jennie McKeon In October, there was the murderous barber, Sweeney Todd, taking revenge on innocent townsmen looking for a shave. Now, as a reprieve, the Pensacola Opera brings you “The [...]

News of the Weird 1/17/13

News of the Weird 1/17/13

by Chuck Shepherd Jails Need Locks Too? “Fulton Jail Will Get Working Cell Locks,” read the Dec. 19 Atlanta Journal-Constitution headline. The county commission serving Atlanta had finally [...]

Happenings 1/17/13

Happenings 1/17/13

THURSDAY 1.17 ‘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 [...]

Outtakes 1/17/13

Outtakes 1/17/13

THE GOOD FIGHT In 1957, the same year that Ernie Lee Magaha was first sworn in as clerk, Dr. Nathaniel Smith was installed as the pastor of Antioch Missionary Baptist Church. Five days after Magaha [...]

The Buzz 1/17/13

The Buzz 1/17/13

Happiness is Warm Gun A day before U.S. President Barack Obama is sworn into his second term and commences with inauguration day festivities, there will be a celebration of a strikingly different [...]

Putting the Affordable Care Act to Work

Putting the Affordable Care Act to Work

Small businesses weigh-in on health insurance By Jennie McKeon Some may have been waiting to see the outcome of the 2012 Presidential Election before they started to worry about healthcare [...]

Being First Isn’t Easy

Being First Isn’t Easy

Hayward’s Midterm Report By Jeremy Morrison & Rick Outzen It’s doubtful that back in 2009 the proponents for the city charter pictured a rookie politician and untested business executive [...]

Winners & Losers 1/10/13

Winners & Losers 1/10/13

WINNERS Donna Fassett Pensacola lost an angel when the executive of ARC Gateway passed away in late December after an extended illness. Fassett headed for nearly 20 years the non-profit that [...]

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 [...]

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