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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 [...]

The Buzz 2/3/11

The Buzz 2/3/11

FOLLOWING THE P.A.T.H. Rev. LuTimothy May, pastor of Friendship Missionary Baptist Church, has notified George Hawthorne, CEO of Diversified Program Advisors (DPA), that his church will not be a part [...]

Winners & Losers 2/3/11

Winners & Losers 2/3/11

Winners PENSACOLA BAY AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE The organization announced last week that it has raised more than $7.3 million, $800,000 more than its goal of $6.5 million for Vision 2015, its [...]

Rant & Rave 2/3/11

Rant & Rave 2/3/11

DON’T BLAME US We were taken in by Rodney Rowe because of his self—purported political clout and understanding of running a not—for—profit. Mr. Rowe introduced himself to me back in October [...]

Revolving and Evolving

Revolving and Evolving

Revolver Records opens in downtown Pensacola By Hana Frenette What is it that makes record shops so appealing? Perhaps it’s the good lighting that’s often found there, or the musty, nostalgic [...]

Rock, Paper, Sand

Rock, Paper, Sand

The struggle for new DeLuna Fest date By Kate Peterson Five Flags Tourism Group announced at the beginning of January in the daily newspaper that it was moving its DeLuna Fest to the weekend of [...]

It’s A Sacred Thing

It’s A Sacred Thing

Robert Randolph and The Family Band perform at Vinyl Music Hall By Kate Peterson Robert Randolph and The Family Band are bringing blues, funk and gospel to Vinyl Music Hall. Call it a lap or [...]

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