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Hangout Fest ’15: Islands Time

Hangout Fest ’15: Islands Time

By Jason Leger “It’s been overwhelming. We put everything into every album that we make, so we were obviously very excited about it beforehand,” said William Cashion, who plays bass for [...]

News of the Weird 5/14/15

News of the Weird 5/14/15

by Chuck Shepherd Is This a Great Country or What? There's hardly a more "generic" song in America than "Happy Birthday to You," but to this day (until a judge renders a decision in a pending [...]

Hangout Fest ’15: The Preservation Society

Hangout Fest ’15: The Preservation Society

If Hangout Fest were high school, Preservation Hall Jazz Band (PHJB) would be voted Most Popular Band To Collaborate With by the rest of this year’s lineup. For starters, Jim James of My Morning [...]

Hangout Fest ’15: Showalter’s Show

Hangout Fest ’15: Showalter’s Show

By Jason Leger Timothy Showalter of Strand of Oaks is not afraid to be frank about his tastes. “I instantly know that I will not get along with someone if they say, ‘Bruce Springsteen is [...]

Hangout Fest ’15: Things We Would Have Asked Beck

Hangout Fest ’15: Things We Would Have Asked Beck

We didn’t get to interview Beck this year as part of our Hangout Fest preview coverage. To be honest, it pretty much broke our collective hearts. But we get it. He’s a busy man and we probably [...]

Hangout Fest ’15: Staff Picks

Hangout Fest ’15: Staff Picks

“Father John Misty Show at Civic had me wondering if I could drop it like that, and pick it back up... as easily as he does” said Solange Knowles (@saintrecords) via Instagram on April 29. We [...]

Hangout Fest ’15: Beats and Bussing

Hangout Fest ’15: Beats and Bussing

By Hana Frenette Electronic-folk pop duo Sylvan Esso are garnering fans across the world after the release of their single “Coffee” off their debut LP last year. The song references both [...]

Calendar 5/7/15

Calendar 5/7/15

THURSDAY 5.7 WINE TASTING AT AWM 5 p.m. Try something new every week at Aragon Wine Market’s regular wine tasting, only a few blocks from downtown. Aragon Wine Market, 27 S. 9th Ave. [...]

A Book In Bloom

A Book In Bloom

By Hana Frenette Nick Soulsby’s second novel, “I Found My Friends: The Oral History of Nirvana,” offers details about the life of Nirvana, told by the people who were in the closest [...]

Outtakes—In Pursuit of Truth

Outtakes—In Pursuit of Truth

Superintendent Malcolm Thomas is in hot water. Public records appear to show that he covered up allegations of grade tampering at one of his highest performing charter schools, Newpoint High School, [...]

In the car with NPR

In the car with NPR

By Jennifer Leigh NPR is taking a road trip from Los Angeles to Washington D.C. and they want you to listen along. As part of the promotion for Generation Listen—a new online community geared [...]

Ears & Fingers 5/7/15

Ears & Fingers 5/7/15

My Morning Jacket-The Waterfall The mighty My Morning Jacket have returned with new album, “The Waterfall,” the follow-up to 2011’s “Circuital,” and it finds them back at the top of their [...]

The Buzz 5/7/15

The Buzz 5/7/15

Flood Recovery Tour As better weather sparkled across the freshly laid blacktop, Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward thought back to last year. “I can remember Chief Simmons picking me up and driving [...]

High times with Doug Benson

High times with Doug Benson

By Jennifer Leigh You don’t have to be a stoner to laugh with Doug Benson, but it is safe to say that he’s a favorite in cannabis culture. Even though his resume includes the web series [...]

Malcolm Thomas’ Latest Headache

Malcolm Thomas’ Latest Headache

Possible Cover Up of Grade Tampering By Rick Outzen Some Newpoint High School teachers pressured to change the grades of seniors became livid. Others broke down in tears. Cheat? It wasn’t [...]

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