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‘Kings’ of the Road Make a Pensacola Pitstop

‘Kings’ of the Road Make a Pensacola Pitstop

By Hana Frenette Florida based pop punk band We the Kings will be stopping by the American Legion in support of their new album.  “Somewhere, Somehow” is a self-released record wielding just [...]

Winners & Losers 3/27/14

Winners & Losers 3/27/14

Winners North Hill Preservation Association When the residents in one of Pensacola’s oldest neighborhoods learned the state was relocating its Parole and Probation office to the old Coca-Cola [...]

Outtakes—Against All Odds

Outtakes—Against All Odds

This past weekend, I was invited to attend a reunion celebration of the 20th anniversary of Joe Scarborough’s first campaign for Congress. Scarborough and his team did something that we rarely see [...]

Adoptions and Antiques

Adoptions and Antiques

By Jessica Forbes Alyssa Schepper, owner of Alyssa’s Antique Depot in Pace, is going beyond the store’s regular food and donation drives for animal shelters this weekend, hosting what she and [...]

A Different Type of Spring Cleaning

A Different Type of Spring Cleaning

By Sarah McCartan The birds are chirping, the flowers are blooming, the sun is shining, which can only mean one thing—spring has sprung. In addition to seasonal delights like longer days and [...]

Give Peace a Chance

Give Peace a Chance

By Jennifer Leigh Tasha Nixon, a Pensacola native, grew up in Englewood Heights, now known as Shanty Town. “Right down the street from the Boys and Girls Club,” she said. Through the years, [...]

Scarborough: GOP Game Changer

Scarborough: GOP Game Changer

’94 Republican Revolution Revisited By Rick Outzen “There's that book ‘All I Really Need To Know I Learned In Kindergarten,’” Joe Scarborough said. “Everything political I needed to [...]

Ears and Fingers 3/24/14

Ears and Fingers 3/24/14

by Jason Leger Future Islands-Singles It has become more obvious as I continuously immerse myself in modern music that there is something missing. I’ve struggled to put my finger on [...]

The Buzz 3/27/14

The Buzz 3/27/14

A Better Texas On Thursday, March 20, Gov. Rick Scott handled a campaign meeting at The Fish House. He told the audience of three dozen business leaders and elected officials why he was seeking [...]

‘Bands’ is Back

‘Bands’ is Back

Everyone's favorite outdoor concert series, Bands on the Beach, is back in action this week after a much needed winter break. This year's lineup features performers from a variety of genres, so [...]

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