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Opening Night

Opening Night

by Lilia Del Bosque Oakey Whitehouse *UPDATE-The Pensacola Symphony's opening performance will go on as scheduled. The Symphony issued the following statement on Friday afternoon: "After carefully [...]

The Buzz 10/3/13

The Buzz 10/3/13

Was the Fix In? A report by the city’s airport consultant shows that he had a preference for the national brands a month before the selection committee reviewed the proposals for a 10-year [...]

First Comes Love Then Comes…

First Comes Love Then Comes…

Local Love Stories and the Heart of the Marriage Equality Movement by Jessica Forbes Imagine waiting 40 years to marry the person you love. Like millions of other same-sex couples throughout [...]

News of the Weird 10/3/13

News of the Weird 10/3/13

by Chuck Shepherd More Bang American Exceptionalism: Which is more characteristically American—that a Texas company could invent an ordinary rifle that mimics a machine gun or that America's [...]

When Love is Not Enough

When Love is Not Enough

Wrestling with Crime in Escambia County By Rick Outzen Sheriff David Morgan’s press conference began with a heartfelt plea for help and the hope that the recent shooting of a Pensacola High [...]

Ears & Fingers

Ears & Fingers

by Jason Leger Dr. Dog – ‘B-Room’ “The truth don’t stop, it makes you move…” Here is the unabashed truth:  Dr. Dog is one of the best bands around. I have no qualms with saying [...]

Winners & Losers 10/3/13

Winners & Losers 10/3/13

Winners Erin Kelley Sammis The executive director for Pensacola Opera has been named a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) by CFRE International. Sammis, an IN 2010 Rising Star, joined [...]

Movies That Matter

Movies That Matter

By Jessica Forbes Four nights, four venues, and 14 films are on the schedule for the second annual Pensacola LGBT Film Festival. Organizers are hoping to expand on the success of the inaugural [...]

Outtakes—Stamp Out White Crime

Outtakes—Stamp Out White Crime

It’s an unpleasant subject. Escambia County has a problem with white crime. From 2008 through 2012, the sheriff’s office reports that of the 41,054 offense reports where the race of both the [...]

Not Your Average Pumpkin Party

Not Your Average Pumpkin Party

By Sarah McCartan DUE TO TROPICAL STORM KAREN, THE PUMPKIN PARTY HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED FOR SATURDAY OCT. 12 AND SUNDAY OCT. 13. When it comes to pumpkins, the sad truth is that even the ones [...]

Brunch & Broadway

Brunch & Broadway

* UPDATE: Brunch & Broadway Is Canceled Due to Impending Impact of Tropical Storm Karen. The staff of HIVevolution is currently working with Pensacola Little Theatre to arrange an alternate [...]

Barktober Fest is Back

Barktober Fest is Back

By Sarah McCartan DUE TO TROPICAL STORM KAREN, BARKTOBERFEST HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED FOR SATURDAY OCT. 26. This weekend there is expected to be a takeover involving between 8,000 and 10,000 [...]

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