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H&W News 7/26/12

H&W News 7/26/12

Pediatric Hospitalist, Dr. Kristy Haggett, Joins Medical Staff at Children’s Hospital Dr. Kristy Haggett, a board-certified pediatrician with the Florida State University College of Medicine [...]

A&E Picks 7/26/12

A&E Picks 7/26/12

Get Passionate The long-awaited sophomore album from Passion Pit is finally here and it's better than just about anyone predicted. Check out "Gossamer” today wherever you get into new music. [...]

Winners & Losers 7/26/12

Winners & Losers 7/26/12

Winners Larry B. Johnson The Pensacola city councilman has been voted by his fellow members to be its lead negotiator in the contract with Quint Studer for his office building to be built at the [...]

Outtakes 7/26/12

Outtakes 7/26/12

Who’s in Charge? The new city charter was built on a simple premise. Pensacola residents should elect the person running their city. The old charter put that power in the hands of an unelected [...]

The Buzz 7/26/12

The Buzz 7/26/12

MORE HEAT ON THE STREETS The Pensacola Police plan to saturate city neighborhoods with uniformed officers in an attempt to halt a recent spate of gun violence. The effort, explained Chief Chip [...]

H&W Calendar 7/26/12

H&W Calendar 7/26/12

7.26 Herb Study Class Ongoing Herbal Study Group - Exploring natural healing, use of herbs, films, discussions from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Free for members, $2 for non-members. Located at Everman's [...]

Superfoods to the Rescue

Superfoods to the Rescue

And Where to Find Them Locally By Jennie McKeon It’s a berry, it’s kale, no, it’s superfoods! Among the many health-related buzzwords that get spread through the media, you might have [...]

Negotiation Blues

Negotiation Blues

Studer and the City Struggle for Big Win By Jeremy Morrison Quint Studer is hoping to construct a $12 million dollar office complex on a parcel of land located at the Community Maritime Park. And [...]

Happenings 7/19/12

Happenings 7/19/12

THURSDAY 7.19 ‘TOUCH THE PAST’ ARCHAEOLOGY LAB VOLUNTEER PROGRAM 10 a.m. FPAN Coordinating Center, 207 E. Main St. 595-0050 ext. 103 or flpublicarchaeology.org. ‘A ROADTRIP THROUGH [...]

A Tale of Two Schools

A Tale of Two Schools

Different Treatment On Different Sides of the Bayou By T.S. Strickland Behind the shuttered school, the old playground rusts into the sandy yard. It’s a silent hulk of wood and metal: There are [...]

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