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Grow Up

Grow Up

Tips for Growing Your Own Grub By Jessica Forbes In many ways, Northwest Florida is a great place for food growers. Almost year round growing seasons allow for a variety of edible crops to [...]

4-H and the Future

4-H and the Future

Local Club Awaits Decision from Gainesville by Jeremy Morrison The Escambia County 4-H organization is no stranger to big decisions. A monster was wrestled last year, and another now looms in the [...]

Happenings 7/11/13

Happenings 7/11/13

THURSDAY 7.11 PAULY SHORE 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. Vinyl Music Hall, 2 S. Palafox. $18-$25. 435-9849 or vinylmusichall.com. HISTORIC PENSACOLA TROLLEY TOUR 10 a.m. & 2 p.m. Pensacola Visitor [...]

The Gills Set Up Camp

The Gills Set Up Camp

By Sarah McCartan The Gills have embarked on a tour of nomadic proportions. In gypsy fashion, the band is setting up camp at most of the stops along the course of their Gypsy Camp Tour, which [...]

Eating Out, Eating Local

Eating Out, Eating Local

The Chefs and Restaurants Plating Pensacola's Local Fare By Jessica Forbes It probably goes without saying that chefs love food—and some more specifically love food prepared using fresh, local [...]

Winners & Losers 7/11/13

Winners & Losers 7/11/13

Winners Footprints in the Sand Eco Trail The Santa Rosa Island Authority is nearing completion of this trail. Supported by a Promotional Tourism Grant awarded by BP, the Eco Trail’s purpose is to [...]

The Buzz 7/11/13

The Buzz 7/11/13

Terminations, Resignations And Problems With Timeline Mayor Ashton Hayward terminated on July 9 Bill Reynolds as his city administrator, days after State Attorney Bill Eddins released a report that [...]

Ears & Fingers 7/11/13

Ears & Fingers 7/11/13

by Jason Leger Smith Westerns – ‘Soft Will’ “It’s easier to think you’re dumb.” Last week, I was locked in a great conversation, when something escaped, first from my brain, [...]

News of the Weird 7/11/13

News of the Weird 7/11/13

by Chuck Shepherd Community Activism Despite Chicago's recent crisis of gang-related street murders, the Roseland Community Hospital in a tough south-side neighborhood is on the verge of closing [...]

Literally Local

Literally Local

Celebrating foods grown and raised within a 200 mile radius of Pensacola and the restaurants, chefs and local businesses who use and sell them Eating Out, Eating Local Eating Out, Eating Local [...]

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