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Growing Up and Giving Back

Growing Up and Giving Back

By Sarah McCartan Before beginning your spring gardening projects, consider paying a visit to an area plant nursery, which not only helps you grow your own garden, but also provides the [...]

Irish or Not, Here It Comes

Irish or Not, Here It Comes

Hot on the heels of Mardi Gras comes yet another weekend of planned partying, this one in honor of St. Patrick’s Day. As the holiday falls on a Monday this year, the Irish-themed festivities run [...]

Will Work For Plants

Will Work For Plants

By Jessica Forbes In some ways, keeping a plant alive can seem like a bit of a hassle, at least for those of us who have a hard time remembering to water things—especially at work. But it might [...]

The Soundtrack of Peace

The Soundtrack of Peace

By Jennifer Leigh For the past 50 years, South African acapella group Ladysmith Black Mambazo has been dedicated to spreading the message of peace and love around the world. “Our late [...]

Outtakes—A Little Common Sense, Please

Outtakes—A Little Common Sense, Please

State Senator Alan Hayes, R-Umatilla, wants more guns in Florida schools. His rationale is more guns in the hallways and classrooms will deter another Columbine High School or Sandy Hook Elementary [...]

A “Timeless” Ballet

A “Timeless” Ballet

By Sarah McCartan Staying true to the definition of the term timeless: without beginning or end; eternal; everlasting; Ballet Pensacola brings a truly “Timeless” production to the Pensacola [...]

Happenings 3/13/14

Happenings 3/13/14

THURSDAY 3.13 RUNNING: SIX AT SIX 6 a.m. The doors of Running Wild open every Tuesday and Thursday at 5:30 a.m. ahead of group runs that begin at 6 a.m. sharp. The casual group run is free of [...]

Black Thumb Approved

Black Thumb Approved

by Joani Delezen No matter how much we read about them, water them and maybe even talk to them, there are still some of us out there who have a hard time keeping plants alive. And we here at the [...]

More Trees Please

More Trees Please

By Jessica Forbes Could more trees along streets lead to more bicycles in town? While the link may seem tenuous at first, local bike advocates believe street designs that incorporate trees can [...]

Spring (Art) Fling

Spring (Art) Fling

Spring (Art) Fling By Hana Frenette 512 Gallery, a newly opened art space downtown on Gadsden Street, will be hosting its first opening show of the year on Sunday. The Spring Fair will feature [...]

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