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Winners & Losers 5/7/15

Winners & Losers 5/7/15

Winners Pensacola Opera The Yale School of Music selected the Pensacola Opera to participate in the fifth Yale Symposium on Music in Schools, which will take place June 4–7 on the Yale campus. [...]

Thinking Outside the Box

Thinking Outside the Box

By Rick Outzen As the city of Pensacola works to prevent a repeat of the April 2014 flooding that damaged much of downtown, one of the options being considered is reopening a creek along Spring [...]

News of the Weird 5/7/15

News of the Weird 5/7/15

By Chuck Shepherd Donating for Dollars Already, healthy people can donate blood, sperm and eggs, but now the nonprofit OpenBiome offers donors $40 for bowel movements—to supply "fecal [...]

What’s in that Cup?

What’s in that Cup?

The Downtown Improvement Board caught many of the downtown bars and restaurants off guard when it voted unanimously to limit alcohol sales to only beer and wine at the numerous temporary outdoor bars [...]

Outtakes—Please Answer The Questions

Outtakes—Please Answer The Questions

Press conferences are invaluable to democracy. They allow the media to dig deeper into issues and force newsmakers to answer questions that they may not want to handle. Press conferences are the [...]

Creating a Pensacola-Cuba Connection

Creating a Pensacola-Cuba Connection

By Rick Outzen If the U.S. lifts its trade embargo with Cuba, what could be the economic impact on Northwest Florida? That’s the question Ron Jackson, president of the Pensacola-based CPA [...]

News of the Weird 4/30/15

News of the Weird 4/30/15

By Chuck Shepherd Marital Enhancement Saudi Arabia's very first sex accessory shop (in the holy city of Mecca) should be opening soon, according to news reports—operated by a Moroccan Muslim, [...]

Comics All Around

Comics All Around

By Steven Poulin Since 2002, independent comic book stores have been celebrating Free Comic Book Day on the first Saturday in May. It’s proven to be a great way to attract new customers and [...]

Ears & Fingers 4/30/15

Ears & Fingers 4/30/15

Raekwon-Fly International Luxurious Art “Mafioso Rap”—a hip hop sub-genre that flourished in the mid-1990s. It is the pseudo-Mafia extension of East Coast hardcore rap. Artists who have been [...]

Rock and Roll Relationships

Rock and Roll Relationships

By Shelby Smithey Brian Bell, guitarist from Weezer, and Nate Shaw, known for playing with punk band U.S. Bombs, will be playing with their band, The Relationship, at Vinyl Music Hall on May [...]

Winners & Losers 4/30/15

Winners & Losers 4/30/15

Winners Marco Rubio The freshman senator from Florida has caught fire with Republican voters since he announced his candidacy for president. Rubio is suddenly leading the field in a Fox News poll [...]

The Buzz 4/30/15

The Buzz 4/30/15

Covering the VT-MAE Gap The public has been repeatedly reassured by the city of Pensacola that VT-MAE and its promised 300 jobs are not in jeopardy and the project is on schedule. However, we don’t [...]

A Legacy of Trauma

A Legacy of Trauma

One year after Escambia County jail explosion By T.S. Strickland April 30 marks one year since a natural gas explosion tore through Escambia County’s Central Booking and Detention Facility, [...]

Calendar 4/30/15

Calendar 4/30/15

THURSDAY 4.30 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. [...]

Mudbugs and Music

Mudbugs and Music

By Jennifer Leigh It’s the time of the year to sit outside with a plate of crawfish while the sounds of the bayou play at the Pensacola Crawfish Festival. After three decades, most locals [...]

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