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Escambia County Leads IN Green Initiatives

Escambia County Leads IN Green Initiatives

CITY OF PENSACOLA LAGS BEHIND By Dustin Toney Cutler Bay offers incentives to encourage environmentally friendly building practices within the town and utilizes timers and energy efficient [...]

Fine Wine, Fine Art

Fine Wine, Fine Art

Fifth Annual Pensacola Wine Festival Adds New Taste by Dylan O’Leary What goes with fine wine? Fine art. In it’s fifth year, the Pensacola Wine Festival will add fine art (and the artists [...]

Tarnished Turnaround

Tarnished Turnaround

Warrington Middle Puts Malcolm In The Middle By Rick Outzen Last year was to be the school year Warrington Middle School turned around. In fact, that is what Superintendent Malcolm Thomas [...]

Interview with Superintendent Malcolm Thomas

Interview with Superintendent Malcolm Thomas

Direct answers to direct questions on WMS IS WARRINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL STILL HIS “TURNAROUND” SCHOOL? Thomas: “I want it to be. I want it to be for the students. I want it to work out. We [...]

Hot Times 4/7

Hot Times 4/7

THURSDAY 4.7 ART ART CLASS AT PAINTING WITH A TWIST 5:30-7:30 p.m. Bring your favorite bottle of wine or beverage, and paint a picture step by step that you will take home. 16 years and older. [...]

The Buzz 4/7

The Buzz 4/7

ONE MORE TIME WITH FEELING The City of Pensacola is doing another study of the Port of Pensacola, which is the third or fourth since 2003. This one has some hope since it’s being run by Mayor [...]

Fantasy Takes Center Stage

Fantasy Takes Center Stage

Transformation Into Three-Dimensional World For Local Live Theatres By Barry Shuck The world of fantasy has never been more prevalent. Movies based on trendy comic book characters and 3-D [...]

Winners & Losers 4/7

Winners & Losers 4/7

Winners JAKE BOUCHARD The Chain Reaction President, CR Academy member and Booker T. Washington High senior, was selected as one of 12 students into the highly competitive 2011 Service Scholar [...]

Music Box

Music Box

New Store Stocks Everything From Bach to Nirvana By Lewis Stockham I am a huge collector of music and movies, especially vinyl albums. I love it when I find that rare or unique album, movie or [...]

News of the Weird

News of the Weird

By Chuck Sheppard A 200-exhibit installation on the history of dirt and filth and their importance in our lives opened in a London gallery in March, featuring the ordinary (dust), the educational [...]

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