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An Infinite Interlude

An Infinite Interlude

By Sarah McCartan Austin-based instrumentalists, Explosions in the Sky, are perhaps best known for an expansive sound that slowly builds and ignites into something that most closely mimics, well, [...]

Outtakes 6/14/12

Outtakes 6/14/12

PLEASE RECONNECT You lose a part of yourself when your father dies. My dad was my safety net. His love and support gave me the confidence to try, but he is a tough act to follow. Richard McLean [...]

The Buzz 6/14/12

The Buzz 6/14/12

Few Black Principal Candidates The Escambia County Public School District has a very diverse student enrollment. Minorities comprise over half of the student body.  However 78 percent of the [...]

Happenings 6/14/12

Happenings 6/14/12

THURSDAY 6.14 FEATURING ARTIST DONNA O’NEAL 7 a.m. through Jun 19. Anna Lamar Switzer Center for Visual Arts, Bldg 15, Pensacola State College, 1000 College Blvd., Bldg 15. 484-2550 or [...]

A&E Picks 6/14/12

A&E Picks 6/14/12

Lil’ Kim Redo She might have beef with Nicki Minaj, but we got nothing but love for Lil’ Kim. Originally scheduled in May, we are beyond excited that the hip-hop queen diva is finally making [...]

News of the Weird 6/14/12

News of the Weird 6/14/12

by Chuck Shepherd Even Mass Murderers Need Friends Norway is home to perhaps the most inmate-friendly prison in the world (as mentioned previously in “News of the Weird”), but the correctional [...]

Campout in the Court

Campout in the Court

By Jeremy Morrison The encampment at Pensacola City Hall has lost some of its luster since last fall. Occupy Pensacola’s patchwork of tents and political philosophies have given way to what [...]

Florida Surfing Safari

Florida Surfing Safari

By Kate Peterson In the past, if you said you were a surfer from Florida in a crowd of surfers from California or Hawaii, you would be laughed out of the conversation. No one used to think Florida [...]

A Week of PensacolaPRIDE

A Week of PensacolaPRIDE

By Jennie McKeon After the weekend-long party on the beach, the Gay Grassroots of Northwest Florida (GGNWFL) offers a week of events with a deeper meaning. “While Memorial Day is a great time [...]

Viewpoint:Paying Taxes IS Patriotic

Viewpoint:Paying Taxes IS Patriotic

By Farron Cousins On the campaign trail in 2008, now Vice President Joe Biden took a lot of heat when he told a crowd “paying taxes is patriotic.” Conservatives used this sound bite over and [...]

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