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Telling the Truth About Us

Telling the Truth About Us

by Rick Outzen Playing Mark Twain began as means of putting food on the table and led to Hal Holbrook being part of the Civil Rights Movement. Holbrook has done his one-man show on Twain since [...]

A Reason to Get Down

A Reason to Get Down

by  Jennie McKeon At the University of West Florida, sexual violence is not just discussed one week out of the year. Thanks to the Student Government Association, The Get Down Series will present [...]

DeLuna Fest ’11

DeLuna Fest ’11

There’s so much to look forward to this weekend at DeLuna Fest that we honestly had a hard time putting this issue together. Well, maybe not putting it together, but narrowing down our  interview [...]

Sunny Music Brought to You from Rainy Seattle

Sunny Music Brought to You from Rainy Seattle

by Jennie McKeon Michael Benjamin Lerner of the band Telekinesis plays drums, acoustic guitar, sings and writes. He doesn’t move objects with his mind, but he does hope to move the audience at [...]

My Pensacola—Paloma

My Pensacola—Paloma

PALOMA is Giovanni Lugo, Aaron Finlay, Nathan Dillaha and Hale Leal Day Job: eh .... we’re trying really hard to make music full time! Hello, Gio here, with the fellas as we head down the [...]

Go On, Have Some More CAKE

Go On, Have Some More CAKE

by Hana Frenette Don’t lump  v in with all those other 90s bands that didn’t make it past the millennium without much more than a spot on a NOW CD to show for themselves. In the past year the [...]

You Know How To Pick ‘Em

You Know How To Pick ‘Em

There’s  a lot of music on the DeLuna Fest line up that the IN staff is excited about — like you couldn’t tell that already, right?  But just in case you are tired of hearing us go on and on [...]

Sampling the Mashup Madness

Sampling the Mashup Madness

by Sarah McCartan From roof caving, basement scene shakedowns, to full-fledged festival spectaculars, Gregg Gillis of Girl Talk is breaking it down through mashing it up. Over the past several [...]

Happenings 10/13/11

Happenings 10/13/11

THURSDAY 9.29 CLASSIC COUNTRY MUSIC FESTIVAL 12 p.m. Chumuckla’s Farmers’ Opry, 8897 Byrom Campbell Road. 994-9219 or farmersopry.com. ‘IT’S 5 O’ CLOCK SOMEWHERE’ MARGARITA TASTING 2 [...]

Asobi Seksu: More Than Just A Funny Name

Asobi Seksu: More Than Just A Funny Name

by Jennie McKeon Yuki Chikudate and James Hanna, founding members of Asobi Seksu, have done a lot of growing up in the decade that they’ve made music together. Going from the name of their [...]

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