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The Buzz 5/19/16

The Buzz 5/19/16

Schrey for Congress Elizabeth Schrey has filed to run for the U.S. House of Representatives seat that has been held by the retiring Jeff Miller. She has chosen to run as a No Party Affiliate [...]

Winners & Losers 5/19/16

Winners & Losers 5/19/16

Winners Dick Tanner The general manager of the Hilton Garden Inn Pensacola Airport/Medical Center was award Hilton’s General Manager Merit Award. His hotel, managed by Gulf Breeze-based [...]

Being BØRNS

Being BØRNS

By Francis Dean Garrett Borns, better known by his stage name BØRNS, became a seasoned entertainer by the ripe age of 13. Before working with Gucci, releasing an album publicly endorsed by [...]

Hangout Music Fest 2016

Hangout Music Fest 2016

The third weekend of May is finally here, which means it’s time for the biggest beach party of the year—Hangout Music Fest 2016. From a stellar trio of headliners—The Weeknd, Clavin Harris [...]

Outtakes—Unafraid to Blow The Whistle

Outtakes—Unafraid to Blow The Whistle

By Rick Outzen When the State Attorney’s Office announced the indictments of Newpoint Education Partners and three of its vendors for grand theft, money laundering and aggravated white collar [...]

Strangers You Should Know

Strangers You Should Know

By Shelby Smithey Los Angeles-based duo Strangers You Know is no stranger to the festival scene, first as fans and now as full-time bandmates. In fact, the pair—Grady Lee, on vocals and [...]

When A Bully Ain’t ‘Too Tough’

When A Bully Ain’t ‘Too Tough’

By Francis Dean Alicia Bognanno is quick to admit she was never any good in school. Despite the alleged poor spelling and lack of motivation, she churns out endearing, nostalgic, honest lyrics as [...]

Completing the Trifecta

Completing the Trifecta

By Jennifer Leigh After years of trying to find her footing in the art world, Julie McGrath is forging her own path. As an undergrad at the University of Massachusetts Boston, McGrath struggled [...]

You Get What You Give

You Get What You Give

By Francis Dean Few things say ‘thank you’ like the gift of fresh muskrat meat. GIVERS, a five-piece indie pop band from Lafayette, Louisiana, have been hard at work promoting their [...]

News of the Weird 5/19/16

News of the Weird 5/19/16

By Chuck Shepherd Medical Milestone Researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign announced they had recently (a first, they claimed) transmitted high-speed digital data through [...]

The Buzz 5/12/16

The Buzz 5/12/16

Levin honored The National Trial Lawyers recently named Fredric G. Levin its Trial Lawyer of the Year. The 79-year-old Pensacola attorney was presented the award at the 2016 Trial Lawyer Hall of Fame [...]

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