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Buzz 2/10/11

Buzz 2/10/11

HUNTING BAN Joshua Wayne Douglas, who has been indicted for the murder of Jamie M. Broxson, may have had early signs of trouble. In January 2007, Douglas pled guilty after Florida Fish and Wildlife [...]

Visual, Tactile and Flowing

Visual, Tactile and Flowing

Christo and Jeanne-Claude Exhibit and Lecture in Pensacola By Kate Peterson The Anna Lamar Switzer Center for Visual Arts on the Pensacola State College campus, as part of the Distinguished [...]

The Last Word—Jennifer Allen

The Last Word—Jennifer Allen

Jennifer Allen Programs & Events Coordinator, Pensacola Bay Area Chamber of Commerce What is your chief characteristic? Commitment. I am incredibly goal oriented and rarely let anything [...]

Budget Woes Handicap Fire Service

Budget Woes Handicap Fire Service

Sixty percent of Pensacola fire stations undermanned by Dustin Toney City officials often brag on the “world-class” Pensacola Fire Department. It was one of the major selling points for [...]

The Last Word 2/3/11

The Last Word 2/3/11

Bobby White Seventh Grade Language Arts Teacher at Woodham Middle School What is your chief characteristic? Loyalty What do you appreciate most about your friends? I appreciate that my [...]

The Public Record 2/3/11

The Public Record 2/3/11

Dear Maxwell, I heard that they filmed parts of “Jaws 2” in Pensacola. Is that true? -Phil N. ........................ Yes, that is absolutely true. In the fall of 1977, Hollywood descended [...]

Paul Baribeau Sings For You

Paul Baribeau Sings For You

Baribeau returns to Sluggo’s By Hana Frenette Paul Baribeau has been charming hearts and minds alike all across the country with his sweet, clever, awkwardly endearing lyrics. He has toured [...]

Hot Times 2/3/11

Hot Times 2/3/11

THURSDAY 2.03 HANDS ON THAI-INTERMEDIATE 6 p.m. Learn more about the art of making Thai food with Chef Panita Boonyathee. Distinctive Kitchens, 29 S. Palafox. 438-4688 or dk4u.com. GLENN MILLER [...]

Outtakes 2/3/11

Outtakes 2/3/11

DON’T DRINK THE WATER, PART 2 There is something about the month of January that attracts weird news stories. A year ago, I got in trouble with the Emerald Coast Utility Authority for joking that [...]

News of The Weird 2/3/11

News of The Weird 2/3/11

by Chuck Shepherd Those Ingenious Western Spies! In January, Saudi officials detained a vulture from Tel Aviv University (part of endangered-species research), calling it a spy and alarming its [...]

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