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Art Abounds in East Hill

Art Abounds in East Hill

By Sarah McCartan Angel’s Garden Gift Shop is bringing the New Beginnings Art Show to the East Hill neighborhood for its 17th year. After taking a two-year hiatus, this weekend-long art show [...]

Outtakes—A Class Act

Outtakes—A Class Act

On Sept. 5, Gulf Breeze Mayor Beverly Zimmern announced that she would not seek another term. After 13 years on the Gulf Breeze City Council, the last five as mayor, she felt it was time to enjoy her [...]

Ears & Fingers 9/11/14

Ears & Fingers 9/11/14

By Jason Leger Ryan Adams-Ryan Adams I could poll 100 people and ask which Ryan Adams LP was his last “good” album and the results would likely be very scattered. Some might say that he [...]

Trippin’ Out with Dr. John

Trippin’ Out with Dr. John

By Jessica Forbes For decades now, Dr. John has served as the primary sultan-shaman of New Orleans funk and he wears the crown (and the headdresses) like no one else. The musical trips he’s [...]

Drinks & Sweets

Drinks & Sweets

By Joani Delezen My favorite thing about eating ethnic food—especially Thai food—is spice. Seriously, I could have tom yum soup and Thai basil from Thai 54 every day and be happy. But as much [...]

Lam’s Tips For Eating Vietnamese Food Like You Know What You’re Doing

Lam’s Tips For Eating Vietnamese Food Like You Know What You’re Doing

1. Think outside the pho When most Americans think of Vietnamese food, they imagine a big, steaming bowl of pho—that ubiquitous combination of broth, rice noodles and mystery meats. But pho is [...]

Thai DIY

Thai DIY

By Samantha Crooke I’m not going to pretend to be an expert on Thai cuisine, but I do love Thai desserts, especially those involving coconut milk. My addiction to this particular [...]

Pensacola’s Melting Pot

Pensacola’s Melting Pot

By T.S. Strickland Pensacola has always been a melting pot. From the Spanish, French and British who colonized the area in the 16th and 17th centuries to the waves of Southeast Asian and Hispanic [...]

Walking the Walk

Walking the Walk

By Jennifer Leigh Every year on September 20, thousands gather across the country to walk and raise awareness for those living in poverty in the Friends of the Poor event hosted by local chapters [...]

Calendar 9/11/14

Calendar 9/11/14

THURSDAY 9.11 “PATRIOT’S DAY LUNCH CLASS” AT SO GOURMET Noon-1 p.m. So Gourmet is observing Patriot’s Day by putting a healthy twist on some of America's favorite foods, with a menu of [...]

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