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Superfoods to the Rescue

Superfoods to the Rescue

And Where to Find Them Locally By Jennie McKeon It’s a berry, it’s kale, no, it’s superfoods! Among the many health-related buzzwords that get spread through the media, you might have [...]

Negotiation Blues

Negotiation Blues

Studer and the City Struggle for Big Win By Jeremy Morrison Quint Studer is hoping to construct a $12 million dollar office complex on a parcel of land located at the Community Maritime Park. And [...]

Happenings 7/19/12

Happenings 7/19/12

THURSDAY 7.19 ‘TOUCH THE PAST’ ARCHAEOLOGY LAB VOLUNTEER PROGRAM 10 a.m. FPAN Coordinating Center, 207 E. Main St. 595-0050 ext. 103 or flpublicarchaeology.org. ‘A ROADTRIP THROUGH [...]

A Tale of Two Schools

A Tale of Two Schools

Different Treatment On Different Sides of the Bayou By T.S. Strickland Behind the shuttered school, the old playground rusts into the sandy yard. It’s a silent hulk of wood and metal: There are [...]

Sweat it Out

Sweat it Out

By Katya Ivanov Brave the heat this Gallery Night and pop over to Wright Place for the opening night of the Wide Angle Photo Club’s Power of Photography 2012 (POP). The art show and trade expo [...]

A&E Picks 7/19/12

A&E Picks 7/19/12

"One More Thing Before We Go" End of the Line Cafe is getting in on the Gallery Night action with a visual art showing of new images by Le Milford & Dani Martire called "One More Thing Before We [...]

Outtakes 7/19/12

Outtakes 7/19/12

SMARTER GENDER New research shows that women have a higher IQ than men.  Having lived with the Outzen women for three decades, I could have told the IQ testing experts this fact without spending [...]

The Buzz 7/19/12

The Buzz 7/19/12

Dixon Proves Critics Wrong A.A. Dixon Charter School of Excellence wasn’t able to earn higher than a “F,” but the little inner-city school raised its scores more than any other school in [...]

Winners & Losers 7/19/12

Winners & Losers 7/19/12

Winners Jack Kichler A charter member of the Gulf Coast Citizen Diplomacy Council and long-serving board member passed away on July 11. Dr. Kichler was the group’s first home hospitality host, [...]

Run for Your Lives

Run for Your Lives

By Kate Peterson Well, not so much for your life as for fun and merriment. Join the second annual Seville Quarter Running of the Bulls. Seville has a whole host of events scheduled for the week to [...]

The Wait Is Over

The Wait Is Over

By Hana Frenette The Austin, Texas-based band The Canvas Waiting has already had a brief, but enjoyable, love affair with Pensacola. They played last year’s DeLuna Fest after-party and from that [...]

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