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The Buzz 4/28/16

The Buzz 4/28/16

Gaetz Tours Panhandle On Saturday, April 23, Matt Gaetz launched his ground game for the Republican nomination for Congress with a bus tour that made stops in Miramar Beach, Fort Walton Beach, [...]

Where Light Becomes Art

Where Light Becomes Art

By Hamishe Randall Lighting can make all the difference between a photograph that is mediocre and one that catches your eye. The portrayal of light is also what makes an oil painting so [...]

Missing Out on the Boon

Missing Out on the Boon

By Rick Outzen Last week, Zach Jenkins, director of the Haas Center for Business Research and Economic Development at the University of West Florida, wrote a column that showed our region’s [...]

The Buzz 4/21/16

The Buzz 4/21/16

Event Runs Its Course At its April 12 meeting, the Downtown Improvement Board voted unanimously to sunset Gallery Night in September and end its sponsorship of the Pelican Drop, downtown’s New [...]

Outtakes—Our Day In Court

Outtakes—Our Day In Court

By Rick Outzen Last week, we filed a lawsuit seeking that the City of Pensacola release records regarding the city’s random drug testing. We had tried for two weeks to release records that would [...]

Green Issue: How Does Your Garden Grow?

Green Issue: How Does Your Garden Grow?

By Duwayne Escobedo A year ago, Innisfree Hotels took an abandoned, blighted community garden that belonged to the city near the Pensacola police station and turned it back into a lush space [...]

Green Issue: Brown is the New Green

Green Issue: Brown is the New Green

By Shelby Smithey The Emerald Coast Utilities Authority isn’t just going green, they’re going brown, too. ECUA began composting operations at the Central Water Reclamation Facility in [...]

From Nocturnal to “Midnight”

From Nocturnal to “Midnight”

By Shelby Smithey With her solo debut last year, Grace Potter proved herself to be a multi-faceted musician, and she’s been more than delighted to bask in her “Midnight” glow. Released in [...]

Green Issue: Eco-Tourism—Coldwater Style

Green Issue: Eco-Tourism—Coldwater Style

By Shelby Smithey Nestled near Coldwater Creek in Milton, eco-resort Coldwater Gardens operates as a modern mecca for organic farming, education, tours and camping. The entire property is [...]

The ’16 Green Issue

The ’16 Green Issue

Featuring  Earth Day Pensacola, Coldwater Gardens, Innisfree Hotels' From the Ground Up Community Garden, SunFarm Energy, 350 Pensacola and more. The Importance of Earth [...]

Calendar 4/21/16

Calendar 4/21/16

THURSDAY 4.21 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 State Park, 7720 Deaton [...]

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