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Rant & Rave 1/20/11

Rant & Rave 1/20/11

HELP FOR BROWNSVILLE Because I know that Brownsville and West Pensacola are of interest to you, I wanted to be sure that you were aware of some projects that are in motion that will affect those [...]

Health & Wellness Calendar 1/20/11

Health & Wellness Calendar 1/20/11

1.20 ESSENTIAL OIL MEDICINE CABINET 7:30 p.m. Presented by Stacey Vann, Abhaya Yoga Teacher and Young Living Essential Oil Distributor. Learn about ways to treat yourself and your family holistically [...]

The Last Word—Kiley A. Bolster

The Last Word—Kiley A. Bolster

Kiley A. Bolster Promoter of Smiling in Pensacola, Florida What is your chief characteristic? Happiness What do you appreciate most about your friends? Their honesty, integrity, [...]

News Of The Weird 1/20/11

News Of The Weird 1/20/11

By Chuck Sheppard Two hundred boredom “activists” gathered in London in December at James Ward’s annual banal-apalooza conference, “Boring 2010,” to listen to ennui-stricken speakers [...]

Outttakes 1/20/11

Outttakes 1/20/11

BIG BOY He was Robert Collins’s dog. When my father-in-law died in 2005 after a long battle with cancer, we were given his chocolate Labrador mix. The dog’s name was “Big Boy,” which was an [...]

Paperworks 2011 Opening Reception At TAG UWF

Paperworks 2011 Opening Reception At TAG UWF

TAG UWF is opening their spring semester with PAPERWORKS 2011—a national exhibition juried by New Orleans curator and gallerist Mia Kaplan. Paperworks features twenty-one works from thirteen [...]

Outtakes 1/13/11

Outtakes 1/13/11

IMPATIENCE I know that patience is a virtue, but could impatience also be one? Since it is one of my character traits, it most likely is not. Pensacola likes to play it safe. We study, hire [...]

Howl-elujah

Howl-elujah

Free film screening of “Howl” to be held at Artel Gallery by Hana Frenette Allen Ginsberg’s poem “Howl” inspired and awakened a generation. Its talk of angel-headed hipsters, jazz, [...]

News of the Weird

News of the Weird

By Chuck Sheppard A now-10-year-old church in Denver ministers to (as contemplated by 1 Corinthians 4:11-13) the homeless, the reviled, and the persecuted and formally named itself after the [...]

Beer Patriots

Beer Patriots

Pensacola Bay Brewery presents the area’s newest craft beer venture by Will Strickland It has taken an entire generation, but citizens of the United States are finally starting to understand [...]

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