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Seafood Fest Entertainment Announced

Seafood Fest Entertainment Announced

If you are anything like the IN staff, you are already looking forward to next month's annual Pensacola Seafood Festival. But just in case you needed even more incentive to get excited, they've [...]

The Buzz 8/25/11

The Buzz 8/25/11

WAHOO PRIDE FACTOR The team’s office is in transition. On one side of the front room is surplus Pensacola Pelicans gear for sale. On the other are grandiose plans— architectural renderings, a [...]

My Pensacola: Whitney Fike

Whitney Fike Day Job: PR/Marketing Coordinator, Fiesta of Five Flags Pensacola Resident Since: Birth Good Eats: One of my first good experiences with oysters was at Grand Marlin. They [...]

Maniacs—10,000 of Them

Maniacs—10,000 of Them

By Kate Peterson 2011 marks the 10,000 Maniacs’ 30th year of creating and playing music. They are a multi-platinum-album winning, alternative rock band that started in 1981. Yes, the members [...]

A&E Picks 8/18/11

A&E Picks 8/18/11

For the love of beer… It's almost time for one of our all-time favorite annual events—Emerald Coast Beer Festival. We look forward to this event pretty much all year because the only thing [...]

It Happened Here

It Happened Here

Our Own Charming Opera House by Jessica Forbes Today, a plaque at the southeast corner of Jefferson and Government streets, just down the block from Seville Quarter, is all that marks the former [...]

News of the Weird

News of the Weird

by Chuck Shepherd Berjuan Toys is already selling its Breast Milk Baby online ($70) and expects to have it in stores later this year. The doll works by the child-”mother” donning a halter top [...]

Budgeting 101

Budgeting 101

Back To School = Back To Budgeting The dog days of summer are over. For college students, that means no more lazy days by the pool, bar hopping on the beach, summer travel and [...]

MuteMath: New Orleans’ Elusive Artists Next Door

MuteMath: New Orleans’ Elusive Artists Next Door

By Josh Encinias MuteMath likes pairing words that have zero association. Take their name, MuteMath. We’re still not sure what it means. But dig further back and you’ll find the names of their [...]

Selling The Vision

Selling The Vision

MAYOR HAYWARD UNVEILS BUDGET BY JEREMY MORRISON The punch and cookies made it comfortable enough to loosen your tie. A spread of fruit and macaroons kept it classy. Pensacola City Hall’s [...]

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