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The Buzz 1/23/14

The Buzz 1/23/14

Charlotte’s Web Gulf Breeze residents Holley and Peyton Moseley have been making headlines lately, with a purpose.  The Moseleys’ 10-year old daughter RayAnn suffers from epilepsy, typically [...]

Step Up

Step Up

By Jennifer Leigh Since 1981, the Capitol Steps have been “putting the MOCK in Democracy” as the website states. It all started when a group of Senate staffers were looking for [...]

Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes

Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes

Updates From the Ever-Changing Pensacola Food and Retail Scenes by Jessica Forbes & Sarah McCartan SORRY, WE’RE CLOSED The Spotted Dog As of Christmas Eve, The Spotted Dog permanently [...]

Weathered Warrior

Weathered Warrior

Sherri Myers continues fight for civil rights by Rick Outzen Born to an unwed mother and growing up in the slums of Montgomery, Ala., Pensacola City Councilwoman Sherri Myers has an affinity for [...]

Lucero Returns

Lucero Returns

By Hana Frenette Punk. Country. Folk. Rock. Lucero has been making music since the late 1990s and has been called almost every kind of band. Polka hasn’t been assigned to their sound—yet. But [...]

Winners & Losers 1/16/14

Winners & Losers 1/16/14

Winners Great Gulfcoast Arts Festival One of best-regarded, most popular arts festivals in the United States has always supported art programs and outreach by offering grants to local arts [...]

Ears & Fingers 1/16/14

Ears & Fingers 1/16/14

by Jason Leger You Blew It! - Keep Doing What You’re Doing There are certain facts or traits of music that seem to be universally true. Music can change moods, move people and bring them [...]

WOB Lends a Hand

WOB Lends a Hand

World of Beer Pensacola (WOB) is offering patrons a reason to party with a purpose. On Jan. 18, WOB will host a fundraiser for victims of Typhoon Haiyan, which struck the Philippines on Nov. 8, 2013. [...]

Outtakes—Food Trucks Can Work

Outtakes—Food Trucks Can Work

Councilman Andy Terhaar has proposed an ordinance that would ban food trucks from the heart of downtown Pensacola. Instead of letting the free market decide whether it wants them, he has decided that [...]

The Buzz 1/16/14

The Buzz 1/16/14

Target Zero Right on Target Thursday, Jan. 9 at the Escambia County Commission Meeting of the Whole, following an educational presentation by Assistant Director of Target Zero Institute, Nicole [...]

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