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Calendar 10/2/14

Calendar 10/2/14

THURSDAY 10.2 “NEW ENGLAND IN THE FALL” LUNCH CLASS Noon-1 p.m. So Gourmet serves up New England inspired dishes in the vegetarian cooking class and lunch. $35 per person. 407 S. Palafox. [...]

Best of the Coast ’14—Shop Featured Winners

Best of the Coast ’14—Shop Featured Winners

Luxury 
Experience The professional team at Adcox 
Imports knows how overwhelming shopping for a car or truck can be. That’s why they “make the buying experience less stressful,” says [...]

PensacoLebowski 2014

PensacoLebowski 2014

By Hana Frenette Conventions and festivals devoted to honoring Joel and Ethan Coen’s 1998 comedy “The Big Lebowski” occur all over the country every each year. There are fan clubs, forums, [...]

Outtakes—Ouch!

Outtakes—Ouch!

In my three decades of living in the Pensacola area rarely have I seen this community in such turmoil. In the past at least one of our four cornerstones—Escambia County, city of Pensacola, Greater [...]

The Sights, Sounds and Flavors of Seafood Fest

The Sights, Sounds and Flavors of Seafood Fest

By Jessica Forbes The 37th Annual Pensacola Seafood Festival promises a weekend filled of live entertainment, arts and crafts, and plenty of food to stimulate the eyes, ears and taste buds of [...]

Ears & Fingers 9/25/15

Ears & Fingers 9/25/15

By Jason Leger Leonard Cohen-Popular Problems “There’s torture, and there’s killing, and there’s all my bad reviews. The wars, the children missing, Lord, it’s almost like the blues.” [...]

Calendar 9/25/14

Calendar 9/25/14

THURSDAY 9.25 “CREOLE, SOGO STYLE” LUNCH CLASS Noon-1 p.m. So Gourmet serves up Creole-inspired dishes including fried green tomatoes with shrimp remoulade, blackened catfish, cornbread with [...]

The Rise of St. Vincent

The Rise of St. Vincent

By Jessica Forbes When the mention of coffee was made at the beginning of a morning phone interview with Annie Clark, the focus of the conversation quickly became caffeine. “I’m midway [...]

Restoring Memories

Restoring Memories

By Jessica Forbes Of all the material possessions damaged when a natural disaster occurs, photographs are among the items that in many cases are completely irreplaceable. However, not all damaged [...]

E-Cigs

E-Cigs

By Jennifer Leigh It’s no surprise that cigarettes are bad for you. There’s an endless amount of evidence to back up the surgeon general’s warning on each pack, and yet 40 million Americans [...]

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