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Hot Times Calendar 2/14-2/20/13

Hot Times Calendar 2/14-2/20/13

THURSDAY 2.14 HAPPENINGS ‘MEDITATIONS IN MOTION’ 8 a.m. through Mar. 1. Gallery 88, inside WUWF 11000 University Pkwy. 474-2787 or wuwf.org. ‘ANNUAL YOUTH ART FOCUS’ 10 a.m. through [...]

The Price of Rights

The Price of Rights

City Seeks Legal Fees from Occupy By Jeremy Morrison Michael Kimberl was making an effort to come out of his shell, to connect to a wider community. Besides, he was already on the front lines, [...]

Pensacola Blockparty Wedding Makes Dreams Come True

Pensacola Blockparty Wedding Makes Dreams Come True

By Jennie McKeon Sara Gillianne co-created the Pensacola Blockparty Wedding over a glass of wine. “It was Fat Tuesday in 2010,” Gillianne recalled. Eight short months later Nicole and [...]

King of the King Cakes

King of the King Cakes

By IN Staff You don't have to be super into Mardi Gras to be into king cake. It's honestly one of the easiest—and tastiest—ways to enjoy Carnival season. No crowds, no beads, no potential [...]

Outtakes: Finding Inspiration in the Big Easy

Outtakes: Finding Inspiration in the Big Easy

By Rick Outzen On the Saturday night before the Super Bowl, I attended a fundraiser for Steve Gleason and his foundation, Team Gleason. Steve is one of those underdogs that New Orleans [...]

Staff Pick: Valentine’s Day at The Magnolia

Staff Pick: Valentine’s Day at The Magnolia

If your Valentine is a foodie, don’t hesitate in making a reservation for The Magnolia’s Valentine’s Day Supper Club. Choose between the 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. or 8 to 10 p.m. seating on [...]

Cirque de la Symphonie

Cirque de la Symphonie

By Jennie McKeon For those who say that the symphony isn’t a visual experience have to see Pensacola Symphony Orchestra’s annual Cirque de la Symphonie, a POPS! Series event. “This is [...]

The Buzz 2/7/13

The Buzz 2/7/13

By Jeremy Morrison Jewel of Pensacola It was obvious what the theme of the meeting was: neighborhoods. “What do you like best about your neighborhood?” asked Pensacola City [...]

The Big Fix

The Big Fix

ECUA’s Long Road to Redemption By Jeremy Morrison It’s completely utilitarian. Cold metal plates and screws and lifeless. But for just a moment, its head tilted slightly, the thing seems [...]

Winners & Losers 2/7/13

Winners & Losers 2/7/13

Winners Charles Bare The freshman Pensacola City Councilman won his first political skirmish with Mayor Hayward and City Administrator Bill Reynolds when he pointed out the county guidelines for [...]

Clothes for the Stage

Clothes for the Stage

By Hana Frenette Glenn Breed is a man who knows the importance of the right outfit. In real life, one might wear something in an attempt to better convey themselves to the outside world, but on [...]

Third Annual Pardi Gras Festival

Third Annual Pardi Gras Festival

By Brett Hutchins Although New Orleans and Mobile have laid their rightful claim to fame with the Mardi Gras season, the third annual Pardi Gras electronic music micro-festival is out to show that [...]

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