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Jam Out

Jamaica Comes To Pensacola For This Year’s Jamaican Festival By Jennie McKeon It’s time to dust off your Bob Marley records, put your hair in dreadlocks and spread peace and love at the [...]

Community Outreach 9.2.10

CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT The Panhandle Charitable Open will be held Oct. 1-2 at the Marcus Pointe Golf Club. The two-man, best-ball tournament has raised thousands of dollars for local charities [...]

News of the Weird 9.2.10

by Chuck Shepherd's Updates In 2007 News of the Weird highlighted the clothes cults of impoverished Congo: “In (the country that) has lost an estimated 4 million people in the civil wars of the [...]

Winners & Losers 9.2.10

Winners KAREN SINDEL The rookie candidate fell just 152 votes short of beating incumbent Escambia County Commissioner Gene Valentino. With little money or name recognition, Sindel received more [...]

The Last Word—Matthieu Rodriguez

Matthieu Rodriguez Bartender at the Atlas Oyster House, Get Down co-organizer, Battle of the Bay organizer What is your chief characteristic? My often ill-timed and eternal sense of [...]

Cough It Up: Fur Ball 2010

Jury-Duty Spay and Neuter Raise Money for Homeless Pets By Jennie McKeon It’s time to cough up your money and support Jury-Duty Spay and Neuter at the second annual Fur Ball. The Fur Ball [...]

The Public Record 9.2.10

Dear Max, Last year I was SCUBA diving in Pensacola Bay, and I found an old brick. I’m guessing it’s over 100 years old. There aren’t any markings (or they’ve been washed away). Any idea [...]

Buzz 9.02.10

ECUA’S NEW VEHICLE This week the Emerald Coast Utilities Authority introduced a new hybrid sanitation vehicle to its fleet—hoping to cut costs and help the environment by using less fuel and [...]

The Smart Brothers Return

IN Readers’ Reigning “Best Band” Set To Release New Album By Rob “Bubbs” Harris The Smart Brothers have come a long way, and ventured off even further, in the past four or five years [...]

The Gills Say Goodbye To Pensacola

Local Group's Farewell Performance to be Vinyl Music Hall's First by Bradley "Beej" Davis, Jr. Jesse Wheeler has had no shortage of challenges or decisions. The 22-year-old front man for The [...]

Exercising Through The Elements

Enduring The 'Dog Days' Outside Although it's almost September, it's still hot out there. And it's often downright miserable to be outside, especially if you're exercising. But that doesn't mean [...]

IN Music Interview: The Wonder Years

Pop Punks Invade Pensacola With New Found Glory By Rob "Bubbs" Harris The Wonder Years are a pop punk outfit from the always sunny city of Philadelphia. When it comes to being a hardworking [...]

Hot Pick: White Sand Mayhem Scooter Rally

Calling all local scooters! If you want to participate in the second annual White Sand Mayhem Scooter Rally, you better register soon. Last year's inaugural rally hosted 96 scooter enthusiasts from [...]

News of the Weird 8.26

  By Chuck Sheppard Updates The Yaohnanen tribe on the South Pacific island of Tanna believe their true ancestral god is Britain's Prince Philip (based on photographs of him with the [...]

Outtakes: Outzen Political Machine

by Rick Outzen Politics are so serious in Pensacola. There is always someone trying to dig up dirt on the opposition. There was a time when campaigning wasn't so cutthroat. My father was an [...]

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