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Hot Times 12.9-12.15

Hot Times 12.9-12.15

THURSDAY 12.9 A HOLIDAY EVENING IN OLDE SEVILLE SQUARE 6:30-9 p.m. Food and refreshments are available as well as a special appearance by Santa Claus. Seville Square at the corner of Alcaniz and [...]

Shop Talk 12.9

Shop Talk 12.9

Check out who’s moving, opening, adding new product lines or expanding services at your favorite locally-owned businesses. ▼news Lee Tracy Shoes and Apparel Relocating to Downtown Pensacola  [...]

Community Outreach 12.9

Community Outreach 12.9

Pen Women Host Exhibition/Artel Fundraiser The Pensacola Branch of the National League of American Pen Women will host the “Children’s Creative Art Clothesline” exhibition, Saturday, December [...]

Winners & Losers 12.2

Winners & Losers 12.2

On Thanksgiving Day, the Winners & Losers staff sat around on their couches with bloated bellies and texted in their suggestions for the 2010 IN Turkey Awards—those decisions and acts that were [...]

Congress Blamed For Poor Response To BP Oil Disaster

Congress Blamed For Poor Response To BP Oil Disaster

Funds authorized for oil spill R&D never appropriated by Rick Outzen A  report issued days before Thanksgiving without much fanfare points a damning finger at Congress for not learning from [...]

The Buzz 12.2

The Buzz 12.2

FIGHTING FATHERS Something may be amiss in the M.C. Blanchard Judicial Center. The website of Fighting Fathers of District 1, fightingfathersofdistrict1.com, has begun posting complaints about [...]

Inside France’s Beaujolais Nouveau Festival

Inside France’s Beaujolais Nouveau Festival

And How It’s Coming to Pensacola by Ashley Hardaway The Brazilian group in their massive carnival outfits was exiting the stage, and the band began playing again. Two servers walked by, each [...]

7 Days 12.2

7 Days 12.2

Monday, Nov. 22 Lawmakers in Iran’s parliament openly call for the impeachment of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad for violating the law and exceeding his constitutional authority. Tuesday, Nov. [...]

Outtakes 12.2

Outtakes 12.2

PULL THE PLUG It may be time to pull the plug on Maritime Park Development Partners and switch the Community Maritime Park to a public works project. The financial woes of Land Capital Group founder [...]

News of the Weird 12.02

News of the Weird 12.02

By Chuck Sheppard The collapse of the economy in 2008 might have reached the far corners of Earth, but evidently not to Planet Calypso, the make-believe asteroid containing make-believe real [...]

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