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Immigrant Song

Immigrant Song

Chasing the American Dream in the Land of Opportunity by Jeremy Morrison America has long welcomed immigrants to her shores. From the Spanish to the pilgrims, and the waves that [...]

Pensacola’s Public Records Remedy

Pensacola’s Public Records Remedy

City and County Struggle With Open Government By Jeremy Morrison Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward has often stressed transparency. He stressed it again after the State Attorney charged the [...]

Happenings 7/18/13

Happenings 7/18/13

THURSDAY 7.18 HISTORIC PENSACOLA TROLLEY TOUR 10 a.m. & 2 p.m. Pensacola Visitor Center, 1401 E. Gregory St. 941-2976 or beachbumtrolley.com. MESS HALL 10 a.m. The Pensacola MESS Hall [...]

The “Power of Photography”

The “Power of Photography”

by Lilia Del Bosque Oakey Whitehouse Images are powerful. A single moment captured on film can tell a story, evoke emotions, and raise awareness. The Wide Angle Photo Club’s 20th annual [...]

Cryptic Celebrates Two Years of Live Music and Art

Cryptic Celebrates Two Years of Live Music and Art

by Brett Hutchins For two years, Cryptic Productions has lived up to its commitment to Pensacola by bringing in genre-bending music, local art and vendors from across the region and city. Their [...]

News of the Weird 7/18/13

News of the Weird 7/18/13

by Chuck Shepherd Priorities At a June hearing, a Philadelphia judge became so exasperated at defendant Robert Williams' seeming cluelessness about his need to keep his probation appointments that [...]

Outtakes 7/11/13

Outtakes 7/11/13

Can’t Make This Up My friends in other parts of the country often write about this paper’s reporting. They wonder how could such a small place have so many weird political characters and [...]

Garden Delights: Q & A with Coldwater Gardens

Garden Delights: Q & A with Coldwater Gardens

By Sarah McCartan Inspired by “Agritourism” retreats they visited while traveling around the world, Michael and Natalia Ritter arrived at the idea of developing their own retreat—Coldwater [...]

Foodie Field Trips

Foodie Field Trips

By Sarah McCartan Everybody loves a good field trip—especially one that in some way, shape or form, revolves around food. With the growing concern for knowing where your food comes from, who is [...]

To Market, To Market

To Market, To Market

Whether you are looking for a weekly, entirely open-air outdoor market that’s an event in itself, or a permanent structure you can turn to daily to satisfy your food desires, the Florida-Alabama [...]

Retooling Community Gardens

Retooling Community Gardens

By Jessica Forbes Cruising around Pensacola, it’s typically not difficult to spot at least one community garden. Sarah Bossa estimates there are at least 65 community gardens in Pensacola, [...]

How Does Your Garden Grow

How Does Your Garden Grow

by Jessica Forbes For aspiring gardeners, the ever-expanding backyard set up of Tom Garner and Renee Perry is an emulation-worthy example of what a local kitchen garden can be. A combination of [...]

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