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News of the Weird 11/29/12

News of the Weird 11/29/12

by Chuck Shepherd Paint It Gone If an asteroid is ever on a collision course with Earth, it is feasible that the planet could be saved by firing paintballs at it, according to an MIT graduate [...]

Let the Holiday Fun Begin

Let the Holiday Fun Begin

With the beginning of December starts the celebration of the holiday season. 11.29 Children’s Coloring Contest Children are encouraged to create island-themed, holiday works of art. Coloring [...]

French Horn Rebellion

French Horn Rebellion

By Hana Frenette French Horn Rebellion is an infectious indie-pop duo that caught the eye of Of Montreal earlier in the year. The two groups will be touring the country and inciting dance fests at [...]

News of the Weird 11/23/12

News of the Weird 11/23/12

by Chuck Shepherd Did I Say That Out Loud? No Do-Overs: By 2009, James Washington believed he had gotten away with a 1995 murder, but then he had a heart attack, and on his deathbed, in a fit of [...]

(Cook) Book It

(Cook) Book It

Never underestimate the power of a cookbook. Flipping through the pages, looking at the photos of food you'd love to eat, reading how "simple" it can be accomplished—cookbooks are inspiring things. [...]

Maximum Comfort

Maximum Comfort

Five Dishes You Have To Eat ASAP Carmen’s Baked Whipped Potatoes Potato-lovers are in for a surprise with Carmen’s Baked Whipped Potatoes. But you won’t catch the restaurant’s owner, [...]

A Wahoos Winter

A Wahoos Winter

By Jennie McKeon Starting Nov. 23, the Blue Wahoos’ home stadium will be transformed into a fun, family-friendly holiday theme park. The aptly titled Winter Wonderland will feature an ice [...]

Small Business Saturday

Small Business Saturday

By Hana Frenette Everyone’s heard of Black Friday. It’s the day American’s unite in mass to form lines outside malls, Targets and Wal-Marts, ready to trample each other for $20 off an Xbox [...]

Soup’s On!

Soup’s On!

There’s nothing like cupping your hands around a warm bowl of soup after a long, cold day. And when local restaurants serve it, they are always thinking outside of the can. At East Hill Market, [...]

Vegan Comfort Corner

Vegan Comfort Corner

By Sarah McCartan If there is one group of people who gets overtly animated and shamelessly ecstatic when it comes to food, it’s vegans. That said, it should come as no surprise that we have our [...]

The Buzz 11/23/12

The Buzz 11/23/12

Passing the Gas (Tax) After a four hour public hearing, the Escambia County Commission voted to issue a four cent fuel tax in order to provide a dedicated funding source for the area’s mass transit [...]

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