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Pensacola Interstate Fair

Pensacola Interstate Fair

Fair Still Tops In Entertainment, Tradition By Sean Boone The roar of The Zipper, the smell of the funnel cakes, the lights that illuminate a three-mile radius. Ah yes, it’s that time [...]

Seven Days 10.14

Seven Days 10.14

Monday, Oct. 4 A safe with more than $20,000 in it is stolen from Steve Barnhill’s Buffet on Brent Lane. Tuesday, Oct. 5 Arson is suspected in a fire that destroys an abandoned Molino home. [...]

News of the Weird 10.14

News of the Weird 10.14

More Creative Alternate-Site Surgery: Doctors from the University of California, San Diego, and the University of Washington announced in September that they could just as well handle certain brain [...]

Outtakes 10.14

Outtakes 10.14

PANDORA’S BOX Last week, we published an article on the Envision Escarosa debacle (Independent News, “United We Fail,” Oct. 7). I believe the failure of community leaders to embrace the goals [...]

A Sliver of Light in a Dark, Dark World

A Sliver of Light in a Dark, Dark World

Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros Bring Message of Optimism to the Sand By Brett Hutchins Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros are not the type of band that typically shows up in Pensacola, or [...]

The Buzz 10.14

The Buzz 10.14

Mack Joins Team Wiggins City Councilwoman and former mayoral candidate Diane Mack gave Mike Wiggins her stamp of approval for the November election. Mack said that there were four things she [...]

The Public Record 10.14

The Public Record 10.14

Dear Maxwell, -Recently I was reading a book on Florida history when I was surprised to see that it mentioned the folk hero/frontiersman Daniel Boone. What do you know about the time that Boone [...]

The Love Aquatic

The Love Aquatic

The Submarines Bring Their Romantic Music to DeLuna Fest By Hana Frenette Beautiful and smiling, The Submarines are the epitome of young lovers. Blake Hazard and John Dragonetti were introduced [...]

Do As the Greeks Do

Do As the Greeks Do

Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church Celebrates 51st Greek Festival by Jennie McKeon It has food, it has dancing, and it has orthodox culture. After 50 years, you should know when it’s coming. [...]

Rant & Rave 10.14

Rant & Rave 10.14

LOVE THE IN Just a few words to tell you how much I enjoy your paper. I really enjoy the news briefs, Rick’s editorial, whatever lead story you have and, just like eating a dessert, I save my [...]

DeLuna Fest Schedule

DeLuna Fest Schedule

FRIDAY, Oct. 15 Pico vs Island Trees 2:30 pm - 3:15 pm Wind Creek Stage Matt Kennon 3:30 pm - 4:15 pm Bud Light Stage Benjy Davis Project 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm Gopensacola.com [...]

Winners & Losers 10.14

Winners & Losers 10.14

Nearly 25 years separate the two candidates for Pensacola’s first strong mayor. Mike Wiggins graduated from Pensacola High School in the early 1960s, and Ashton Hayward got his diploma from [...]

The Buzz 10.07

The Buzz 10.07

Hayward Skips Debate Last week Pensacola Mayoral Candidate Ashton Hayward refused to debate at a Downtown Rotary Club event because local politician Jerry Maygarden would be moderating the event. In [...]

News of the Weird 10.07

News of the Weird 10.07

Edible “dirt” has recently appeared on the menus of several of the world’s most renowned restaurants (e.g., the top-rated Noma in Copenhagen, Shakuf in Tel Aviv, Gilt in New York City). [...]

Intimacy Fuels Live Experience

Intimacy Fuels Live Experience

Fall Season Brings Rebirth of the Spirit By Barry Shuck Large theatre houses are an excellent method of seeing live mega productions—especially the musicals. The stages generally have sizeable [...]

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