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The Sounds of the South Meet the Heart of Mobile

The Sounds of the South Meet the Heart of Mobile

By Sarah McCartan It started with a single question. “Why don’t we have accurate representation of our local talent at area music festivals?” asked SouthSounds co-creator/director Emily [...]

Happenings 4/11/13

Happenings 4/11/13

THURSDAY 4.11 ‘RETURN TO CLAY AND FIRE: WOOD FIRED CERAMICS BY BEN TWINGLEY’ 8 a.m. Gallery 88, inside WUWF 11000 University Pkwy. Through April 26.  474-2787 or wuwf.org. JASON PINCKART [...]

Outtakes 4/11/13

Outtakes 4/11/13

Crist: Flip-Flop Grandmaster? Florida Democrats are hungrily awaiting the announcement from their newly minted member, Charlie Crist, that the former Republican governor will seek the office [...]

The Buzz 4/11/13

The Buzz 4/11/13

Looking for a Leader Escambia County is still searching for an administrator. After being told that initial search results were “a little light”—and discussing keeping Interim Administrator [...]

A Day at the Park with Jim Reeves

A Day at the Park with Jim Reeves

A Day at the Park with Jim Reeves By Jeremy Morrison In the wake of the YMCA’s walkaway amidst a procedural nosedive, city of Pensacola Attorney Jim Messer has issued a memorandum outlining the [...]

Finding the Lost Key

Finding the Lost Key

Battle for Perdido Key (Beach) By Jeremy Morrison Perdido Key is a slender strip of Florida sand that flirts with Alabama. It hides out on the state line, playing it cool—Escambia County’s [...]

News of the Weird 4/11/13

News of the Weird 4/11/13

by Chuck Shepherd Undocumented Living Undocumented immigrant Jose Munoz, 25, believed himself an ideal candidate for President Obama’s 2012 safe-harbor initiative for illegal-entry children, in [...]

Ears & Fingers 4/11/13

Ears & Fingers 4/11/13

by Jason Leger Caveman – ‘Caveman’ Shimmering, introspective and smooth as hell, the eponymous sophomore effort from New York’s Caveman will have any listener indulged in a 48-minute [...]

Outtakes: Too Many Rapes

Outtakes: Too Many Rapes

By Rick Outzen Interviewing rape victims is tough. It’s something I’ve done too often in my career. Five years ago, our newspaper interviewed Shauna Newell (Independent News. “Shauna’s [...]

Winners & Losers 4/4/13

Winners & Losers 4/4/13

Winners IMPACT 100 Pensacola Bay Area The local women’s philanthropy group has announced that its 2013 Membership Drive has successfully concluded with 836 members. The organization will be able [...]

Buzz: Without a Net

Buzz: Without a Net

RESTORE Committee Gets Rolling By Jeremy Morrison We don’t know when. We don’t know how much. But sometime soon, a relatively large amount of money is expected to flood into Escambia County [...]

Rebirth Brass Band Brings NOLA to Pensacola

Rebirth Brass Band Brings NOLA to Pensacola

By Hana Frenette It’d be easy for a band with such a loyal following and solid set of shows to become complacent and just coast off their good name. Rebirth Brass Band is doing just the [...]

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