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Let’s Get Medieval

Let’s Get Medieval

YE OLDE RENAISSANCE FAIRE RETURNS FOR A JOURNEY INTO THE PAST BY Rob “Bubbs” Harris Hear ye, hear ye! Prepare to be taken on a most excellent adventure into the past. No, Bill and Ted [...]

Make “Em Laugh or Die Trying

Make “Em Laugh or Die Trying

LOCAL COMEDIANS BUILD UP SCENE FROM SCRATCH BY ROB “BUBBS” HARRIS The best medicine isn’t an over-the-counter antidote. You can’t cure a bad case of the blues with anything your [...]

H&W News 2/24/11

H&W News 2/24/11

EVER’MAN TO HOST STRESS WORKSHOP Join Ever’man Natural Foods and Bonnie McLean of Spirit Gate Medicine for “The Physiology of Stress & How it Affects the Mind & Body, Part II” on [...]

Vetting America’s “Organic”

Vetting America’s “Organic”

Field Testing and the National Organic Program By Jessica Forbes For most consumers of organic food, the “USDA Organic” seal is a familiar sight. This emblem, printed on the packaging of [...]

News of the Weird

News of the Weird

By Chuck Sheppard Getting Old, Young: (1) Jack Smeltzer broke a record in the tractor pull championships in Columbus, Ohio, in January — doing a “full (track-length) pull” of 692 pounds. [...]

The Last Word—Brittan Snelling

The Last Word—Brittan Snelling

Brittan Snelling Senior Marketing Representative, Medical Center Clinic What is your chief characteristic? Laid back and outgoing What do you appreciate most about your friends? They are [...]

We Can Hear Clearly Now

We Can Hear Clearly Now

The Saenger Theatre installs new state-of-the-art hearing aid technology By Kate Peterson The Saenger Theatre in Pensacola recently installed a high-tech induction loop system that provides [...]

Winners & Losers 2/17/11

Winners & Losers 2/17/11

Winners LEWIS BEAR, JR. The cornerstones of influence in Pensacola are business success, commitment to improving the area and stubbornness to persevere regardless of how monumental the task may [...]

The Mystery Continues

The Mystery Continues

“Lily’s Lounge” comes to Loblolly Theatre By Jennie McKeon At the Loblolly Theatre, it’s not just the plays that are suspenseful, but the writing process as well. Instead of the [...]

Hot Times 2/17/11

Hot Times 2/17/11

THURSDAY 2.17 ‘TAGGED 2011 STUDENT ART’ RECEPTION 6-8 p.m. The University of West Florida Art Department invites the public to the Student Art Expo Reception hosted by Lewis Bear Company to view [...]

Outtakes 2/17/11

Outtakes 2/17/11

PENSACOLA ANGEL Gwen Appelquist passed away on Valentine’s Day at Covenant Hospice. Quint Studer said it best about the woman who served as the Director of Charitable Giving of the Studer [...]

The Buzz 2/17/11

The Buzz 2/17/11

SRIA MELODRAMA It was a full house on Feb. 9 for the Santa Rosa Island Authority board meeting. Many came to see the showdown between Five Flags Tourism Group and the board over the group’s request [...]

The Public Record 2/17/11

The Public Record 2/17/11

Dear Maxwell, I’d like to know the history of the Pensacola Lighthouse. Could you help me out? --Laura O. Every good port needs a good lighthouse, and Pensacola’s no exception. The Pensacola [...]

(Un)Natural Selection

(Un)Natural Selection

THE FANS HAVE SPOKEN, AND THEY LOVE UNNATURAL SOUNDZ BY ROB “BUBBS” HARRIS This little Gulf Coast town of ours has a big, big music culture. There is no denying that. On any given night, you [...]

Rant & Rave 2/17/11

Rant & Rave 2/17/11

COMMENDABLE FEATURE Both for myself and on behalf of those Pensacola citizens who care deeply and wish to be informed of the workings of their city government, I thank you—immensely!—for the [...]

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