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It’s Miller Time

It’s Miller Time

By Rick Outzen Congressman Jeff Miller (R-Chumuckla) has everyone waiting to see whether he will jump into the race for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated next year by presidential candidate Marco [...]

Calendar 7/23/15

Calendar 7/23/15

THURSDAY 7.23 MARKET ON THE BEACH 4 p.m. Check out Pensacola Beach's new farmers market, held every Thursday from 4 p.m. until sunset. Casino Beach parking lot, 735 Pensacola Beach [...]

Ears & Fingers 7/16/15

Ears & Fingers 7/16/15

By Jason Leger Tame Impala “Currents” Massive Australian import Tame Impala was built on the back of smooth psychedelia and vibrant dissonance. For their third album, “Currents,” the band [...]

Winners & Losers 7/16/15

Winners & Losers 7/16/15

It’s time for our all winners edition. Northwest Florida has much to celebrate this July. Doug Baldwin, Jr. The Seattle Seahawk wide receiver returned to Legion Field, where he played football [...]

Outtakes—Finding Peace

Outtakes—Finding Peace

The sun beat down on Legion Field last Saturday. Over 100 boys—some no taller than a yard stick—huddled around a young man who was a product of Southern Youth Sports Association (SYSA), the [...]

Calendar 7/16/15

Calendar 7/16/15

THURSDAY 7.16 MARKET ON THE BEACH 4 p.m. Check out Pensacola Beach's new farmers market, held every Thursday from 4 p.m. until sunset. Casino Beach parking lot, 735 Pensacola Beach Blvd. [...]

The Buzz 7/16/15

The Buzz 7/16/15

Bergosh Seeks BCC Seat Escambia School Board member Jeff Bergosh pre-filed on July 7 as a candidate for Escambia County Commissioner, District 1 as a Republican for the 2016 Election. Wilson [...]

County Commission Votes Down Confederate Flag

County Commission Votes Down Confederate Flag

by Jeremy Morrison Beyond the two men out front bearing Confederate flags proudly in protest, the pews of the Escambia County Commission chamber were full. Packed, every one of them, as if for a [...]

“Crossing” History With Jonathan Fink

“Crossing” History With Jonathan Fink

By Christopher Scott Satterwhite Jonathan Fink teaches creative writing at the University of West Florida. He’s debut book of poetry, “The Crossing” was just released by Dzank Books. The [...]

100 Things To Do This Summer

100 Things To Do This Summer

By Joani Delezen, Hope Corrigan, Ali Rae Hunt and Emily Richey As promised, here’s the follow-up to last week’s food and booze extravaganza. This time around, we’re focusing on getting [...]

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