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Distinctive Kitchens – Lunch and Learn The 1st & 3rd Wednesday of every month, Distinctive Kitchens offers a daytime cooking class called “Lunch & Learn” starting at noon.This is a one [...]

The Buzz 11/17/11

The Buzz 11/17/11

LIMBER LIMBO Who knows what’s going to happen with the tents at City Hall? But it’s making for interesting city council meetings. “First of all, what happens at the dead-line hour?” [...]

My Pensacola—Chelsea Powell

My Pensacola—Chelsea Powell

Name: Chelsea Powell Day Job: Office Specialist in the Provost’s Office at UWF Pensacola Resident Since: Birth, although I had a brief stint in Tallahassee (and subsequently realized that [...]

Misfits Bring The Devil’s Rain To Vinyl

Misfits Bring The Devil’s Rain To Vinyl

BY BUBBS HARRIS It is hard to believe that it has already been over 35 years since the Misfits crept up from the New Jersey underground. In that time, the band has gone on to influence most, if [...]

News of the Weird 11/17/11

News of the Weird 11/17/11

by Chuck Shepherd At press time, Melinda Arnold, 34, was waiting to hear whether her mother would be accepted as an organ donor for her daughter—with the organ being the mom’s womb. Melinda (a [...]

Not Your Mother’s Junior League

Not Your Mother’s Junior League

By Jennie McKeon It’s probably safe to say that Andrea Tippett, president of Pensacola’s Junior League has seen “The Help.” “Women wearing white gloves and pearls do not describe [...]

Winners & Losers 11/17/11

Winners & Losers 11/17/11

WINNERS JIMMY JONES The retired pediatric surgeon was recently named as an outstanding children’s surgeon in the state of Florida by the Children’s Medical Services. The Philip O. Lichtbau [...]

Outtakes 11/17/11

Outtakes 11/17/11

ILLEGAL CIVICS SYLLABUS Once upon a time, the most controversial high school subjects were sex education and evolution. The 2011 Florida Legislature and Gov. Rick Scott changed that with House Bill [...]

Food Spotlight: The Magnolia

Food Spotlight: The Magnolia

By Ashley Hardaway Neighborhood bars and restaurants: something that we get in concept (after all isn’t that an Applebees slogan?), but something that’s hard to find an authentic version of [...]

Thanksgiving: The Make-Ahead Project

Thanksgiving: The Make-Ahead Project

by Ashley Hardaway My first thanksgiving away from home I bought a whole, frozen chicken and threw it in the oven; opened up a bag of instant mashed potatoes, cut up some Hawaiian sweet rolls and [...]

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