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Winter Eats: All The Southern Ladles

Winter Eats: All The  Southern Ladles

By Jennifer Leigh When Southern Ladle owner and chef, Christy Couch, makes soup, it’s a family affair. “I absolutely love cooking,” she said. “My motherly instincts emerge and I care [...]

ALICE Isn’t Invisible Any More

ALICE Isn’t Invisible Any More

By Rick Outzen Their struggles to survive are unknown to many of us. They may work in the cubicle next to us. They may serve us our meal at our favorite restaurant or take care of our children at [...]

News of the Weird 11/20/14

News of the Weird 11/20/14

By Chuck Shepherd Weird Patriotism November is tax-publicizing season in Finland, where, starkly unlike America, the government releases all individuals' tax records to help build public support [...]

Just the ticket

Just the ticket

By Jennifer Leigh Every year, Waterfront Rescue Mission provides 600-1,000 meals every day at its six ministries. With the holidays approaching, the need for hot meals is greater with The Mission [...]

Winners & Losers 11/20/14

Winners & Losers 11/20/14

Winners Jack Brown & Steven Barry The Escambia County administrator has launched a Fraud, Waste and Abuse hotline, an initiative pushed by Commissioner Steven Barry. Citizens and county [...]

Eric Lindell Returns to Pensacola

Eric Lindell Returns to Pensacola

By Jennifer Leigh Singer-songwriter Eric Lindell has called several cities his home—San Francisco, New York and New Orleans just to name a few. It may not be too much of a surprise that [...]

Calendar 11/20/14

Calendar 11/20/14

THURSDAY 11.20 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. 27 S. 9th Ave. aragonwinemarket.com PSC [...]

Winter Eats: The Soup Whisperer

Winter Eats: The Soup Whisperer

Panera Bread isn’t the only restaurant that features different soups from day to day. And as much as we love a quick bowl of their broccoli cheddar from time to time (who doesn’t, really?), it [...]

The Education of Steven Barry

The Education of Steven Barry

This month Steve Barry, the Escambia County Commissioner for District 5, takes over the chairmanship of the county commission, replacing Commissioner Lumon May. At age 40, Barry, a lifelong [...]

Foo Foo Round 2

Foo Foo Round 2

Pensacola’s Foo Foo Festival isn’t over yet. The inaugural 12-day festival, which is dedicated to celebrating Pensacola’s arts and culture scene, still has a lot to offer in its final [...]

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