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Hot Times 11.18

Hot Times 11.18

THURSDAY 11.18 5TH ANNUAL BEAUJOLAIS NOUVEAU PARTY 6-8 p.m. Taste and buy Beaujolais Nouveau as you enjoy live French music, French onion soup and door prizes. La Masion d’Elodie, 824 E. La Rua [...]

It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas

It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas

Winterfest brings snow and Santa Claus to downtown Pensacola BY Jennie McKeon Sometimes it’s hard to get into the Christmas spirit when you live in Florida. That’s why the people behind [...]

Movies That Will Move You

Movies That Will Move You

Cinema 4 Presents Pensacola Film Festival By Jennie McKeon If you’re not interested in seeing the latest installment of the “Harry Potter” series, or you just want something to take your [...]

7 Days

7 Days

Monday, Nov. 8 Gov. Charlie Crist announces he is considering a posthumous pardon to Jim Morrison, the lead singer of The Doors, who was convicted of sex crimes in a Miami court in 1970. Tuesday, [...]

News of the Weird 11.18

News of the Weird 11.18

Surreal Estate: Sixty-two percent of the 12 million people of Mumbai, India, live in slums, but the city is also home to Mukesh Ambani’s 27-story private residence (37,000 square feet, 600 [...]

News of The Weird 11.11

News of The Weird 11.11

By Chuck Sheppard About 20 percent of Japan’s adult-video market is now “elder porn” with each production featuring one or more studly seniors and Shigeo Tokuda, 76, among the most popular. [...]

Winners & Losers 11.11

Winners & Losers 11.11

Winners LUTIMOTHY MAY This quiet, soft-spoken pastor of Friendship Missionary Baptist Church and his fellow ministers were the game-changers in the Pensacola mayoral race. His leadership, [...]

Rants & Raves 11.11

Rants & Raves 11.11

AVOID CONTACT I read your recent interview with Sheriff Morgan (Independent News, “The Buzz: Sheriff and Jury Pools,” Nov. 4). His contact with prospective jurors may affect verdicts one way or [...]

Outtakes 11.11

Outtakes 11.11

TRANSITION IS HARD The transition of leadership for any community is difficult, but it seems to be particularly difficult in Northwest Florida. Up until recently, elected officials were rarely [...]

A Tale of Tradition

A Tale of Tradition

Broadway in Pensacola Series Presents “Fiddler on the Roof” By Jennie McKeon Maybe you can’t do the bottle dance or belt out “Tradition,” but you can be a part of “Fiddler on the [...]

Bringing Bobby Home

Bringing Bobby Home

Missing WWII Pilot Honored by His Nation and Family By Sena Maddison I have always had Bobby’s wings. I don’t remember when my father, Harry Maddison, gave me Bobby’s wings…I wore them a [...]

Rising From The Ashes Of Recession

Rising From The Ashes Of Recession

Three initiatives work to resurrect Pensacola Bay Area by RICK OUTZEN “Our economy was moving along fine,” said Pensacola Bay Area Chamber of Commerce chairman Collier Merrill in describing [...]

Award Winning Writer Joseph Skibell Visits UWF

Award Winning Writer Joseph Skibell Visits UWF

A Reading and Book Signing By Kate Peterson Joseph Skibell, award winning novelist and director of the prestigious Richard Ellman Lectures in Modern Literature at Emory University in Atlanta, [...]

The Simple Joys of Cheese

The Simple Joys of Cheese

Pensacola Finally Earns a Gourmet Cheese Shop by Ashley Hardaway Simplicity: “doing one thing and doing it well.” Call it what you will, but that notion seems to have been on the outs [...]

Seven Days 11.11

Seven Days 11.11

Monday, Nov. 1 The Pensacola Gulf Coast Regional Airport celebrates its 75th anniversary. Tuesday, Nov. 2 Republicans sweep all four Florida Cabinet positions for the first time since [...]

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