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Plenty of Room at the Sun Hotel

Plenty of Room at the Sun Hotel

Indie Swamp Rock Band Plays At Sluggo’s By Kate Peterson Relatively new on the music scene, Sun Hotel has been making waves in the indie music world. They hail from New Orleans, and [...]

The Buzz 4/21/11

The Buzz 4/21/11

VICTIM’S MOTHER SPEAKS The mother of the 14-year-old girl who was sexually assaulted on March 1 in a reading class at Tate High School called IN to tell her side of the story (Independent News, [...]

Don’t Miss Out On Hangout

Don’t Miss Out On Hangout

Tickets Are Still Available for Next Month’s Beach Party This time next month, everybody who’s anybody in town will be heading out to Gulf Shores for Hangout Fest.  If you haven’t bought [...]

News Of The Weird 4/21/11

News Of The Weird 4/21/11

By Chuck Sheppard A tank and several armored vehicles with dozens of SWAT officers and a bomb robot rolled into a generally quiet Phoenix neighborhood on March 21, startling the residents. [...]

One Year Later: Gulf Seafood Resurrection

One Year Later: Gulf Seafood Resurrection

FISHING IS BACK, THOUGH ISSUES WITH BP LINGER By Rick Outzen On Sunday, April 17, BP bought a full-page ad in the daily newspaper to reassure residents that the company hadn’t waivered from [...]

Winners & Losers 4/21/11

Winners & Losers 4/21/11

Winners JACK GRAY The retired pastor of St. Anne’s Catholic Church was honored recently as Chaplain of the Day in the Florida Senate. Gray’s selection as Senate chaplain was sponsored by [...]

Getting Green On Green

Getting Green On Green

Earth Day Pensacola Takes It To The Field By Ashley Hardaway Looking for something to do during the day on Earth Day? Head to Bayview Park on Saturday, April 23 to check out the festivities at [...]

One Act Wonders

One Act Wonders

Pensacola State College Presents A Night of One Acts by Jennie McKeon Normally, going to a final is the last thing you’d want to do, but in the case of the Directing I class at Pensacola State [...]

The Last Word—Jennifer Mitchell

The Last Word—Jennifer Mitchell

Jennifer Mitchell Owner, Medi-Weightloss Clinics Pensacola What is your chief characteristic? Genuine, Loyal, Honest. I hope that is what others see in me. What do you appreciate most about [...]

Ready For Reading

Ready For Reading

Ecare Still On The Crusade To Raise Literacy Rates By Jennie McKeon Judith Bouchard is the reading coach at Hallmark Elementary School. Every day she works with teachers to assess children and [...]

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