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Celebrating The ‘Original American Art’

Celebrating The ‘Original American Art’

By Jennifer Leigh In an age where everything is digital, comic books—actual paper books—are still as popular as ever. But perhaps they're even more popular when they're free. Since 2002, [...]

Winners & Losers 5/4/17

Winners & Losers 5/4/17

Winners Palafox Market Ten years ago, the Downtown Improvement Board, under the leadership of Kim Kimbrough, organized a farmers' market for downtown Pensacola. Some doubted its long-term [...]

Emerald Coastkeepers’ Sparkplug

Emerald Coastkeepers’ Sparkplug

By Duwayne Escobedo Laurie Murphy always wanted to be an environmentalist. However, her mom had another plan for her daughter. She wanted her to get a business degree. Murphy got her degree, [...]

Kitty Get a Job

Kitty Get a Job

By Shelby Smithey Broad City, The Lonely Island and Funny or Die are just a few of the sketch comedy groups that got their start on YouTube. Local videographer Chris Jadallah and friends are [...]

Calendar 5/4/17

Calendar 5/4/17

THURSDAY 5.4 WORK ON FLORIDA TRAIL 8 a.m. Regular meet up of Western Gate Florida Trail Association to work on National Scenic Trail and side trail. Meet at Blackwater River Forestry Center, 11650 [...]

Local Playwright Honored

Local Playwright Honored

By Jennifer Leigh Dana Langston was searching for scholarships late last year when she came across an application for the VSA Playwright Discovery Competition. On a whim, the 17-year-old decided [...]

The Buzz 5/4/17

The Buzz 5/4/17

UWF Inauguration The University of West Florida formally installed Dr. Martha Saunders as its sixth president during the inauguration ceremony held on April 21 at the UWF Center for Fine and [...]

WSRE Celebrates 50 Years

WSRE Celebrates 50 Years

By Jennifer Leigh Fifty years is a big milestone. For a public broadcast station, it is cause for celebration. In 1967, Pensacola State College (then Pensacola Junior College) licensed the [...]

Cities May Unite for BP Funds

Cities May Unite for BP Funds

By Duwayne Escobedo The $1.5 billion pot of BP oil spill reparations is up for grabs. The first $300 million payment sits in the bank waiting for the eight westernmost Northwest Florida counties [...]

Pensacola’s Panhandling Dilemma

Pensacola’s Panhandling Dilemma

By Rick Outzen The homeless and panhandling have been problems for Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward since he took office in 2011. Several times, he has attempted ordinances to deal with them. Each [...]

Andrews Institute Looks Ahead

Andrews Institute Looks Ahead

By Duwayne Escobedo At a recent press conference in honor of his facility's 10th anniversary, Dr. James Andrews told the story about the moment he knew the Andrews Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic [...]

Outtakes—Wins for the Homeless

Outtakes—Wins for the Homeless

By Rick Outzen It has been said that insanity is repeating the same mistakes and expecting different results. The city of Pensacola is determined to prove that statement. Mayor Ashton Hayward [...]

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