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Hangout Fest Returns

Hangout Fest Returns

2nd ANNUAL Hangout Fest Brings Exciting Lineup to Gulf Coast By Hana Frenette Hangout Fest is back. The second annual festival will be held May 20-22 in Gulf Shores, Ala. and will feature an [...]

News of the Weird 3/10/11

News of the Weird 3/10/11

By Chuck Sheppard New York University arts professor Wafaa Bilal had his camera surgically removed in February—the one that was implanted in the back of his skull in November to record, at [...]

Outtakes 3/10/11

Outtakes 3/10/11

MERITLESS FCAT The concept of merit pay makes sense. The best workers deserve to be paid better than slackers. No one can argue against that, unless you are one of the slackers. That’s why the new [...]

The Last Word—Patty Hightower

The Last Word—Patty Hightower

Patty Hightower Escambia County School Board Member, District 4 What is your chief characteristic? I’m optimistic. Some even call me a Pollyanna. What do you appreciate most about your [...]

Winners & Losers 3/10/11

Winners & Losers 3/10/11

Winners GULF POWER Fortune Magazine has ranked Gulf Power and the other Southern Company subsidiaries, Mississippi Power, Alabama Power and Georgia Power, as the No. 1 in the electric and gas [...]

From Philadelphia With Love

From Philadelphia With Love

G. Love and Special Sauce Perform at Vinyl Music Hall By Kate Peterson Musicians are hard characters to nail down, and if you want to ask them questions, well, they are busy being creative and [...]

Community Outreach 3/10/11

Community Outreach 3/10/11

SACRED HEART CATHDRAL SCHOOL HOSTS TRIVIA NIGHT Trivia buffs will have a chance to prove their command of random bits of knowledge at Sacred Heart Cathedral School’s first ever Trivia Game Night on [...]

The Buzz 3/10/11

The Buzz 3/10/11

FARM PHOTO AGENDA State Sen. Jim Norman (R-Tampa) wants to make it a first-degree felony to photograph a farm without first obtaining written permission from the owner. The law was roundly criticized [...]

Black Exodus

Black Exodus

The Loss of a Professional Class By Scott Satterwhite “If there were opportunities for me, I would love to return to Pensacola,” said LaRuby May, an African-American lawyer now living in [...]

IN Interview: Jim Donatelli

IN Interview: Jim Donatelli

STORY BEHIND 2011 EMERGING LEADER HONOREE By Catrina Hebert Coming off the heels of co-chairing one of the most successful fundraising campaigns for economic development in this community’s [...]

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