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Ears & Fingers 10/16/14

Ears & Fingers 10/16/14

By Jason Leger Weezer-Everything Will Be Alright in the End “Alright” is actually the perfect word to have slid into the title of Weezer’s newest album and first since 2010’s [...]

Governor’s Race Overload

Governor’s Race Overload

By Rick Outzen Get Ready for the Election Push As the dog days of summer were winding down, I ran into a Tallahassee lobbyist who offered her perspective on the Florida governor’s race. With [...]

The Circle of Debt

The Circle of Debt

By T.S. Strickland If you need easy money in Pensacola, you don’t have to search far. Just take a drive down Cervantes Street or Navy Boulevard and look for the signs. With names like [...]

Outtakes—What Jobs?

Outtakes—What Jobs?

Mayor Ashton Hayward sees himself as the “Jobs Mayor,” claiming in his campaign literature that he has brought 12,766 jobs to the Pensacola area. With Escambia County only having 123,083 jobs, [...]

Calendar 10/16/14

Calendar 10/16/14

THURSDAY 10.16 FALL FOODS AS CONTAINERS LUNCH CLASS 2-3:00 p.m. So Gourmet is offering a demonstration cooking class in which students learn creative ways to use food as serving dishes. Attendees [...]

Winners & Losers 10/16/14

Winners & Losers 10/16/14

Winners Susan Story Earlier this month, the UWF Historic Trust hosted the grand opening of “Voices of Pensacola,” a multicultural resource center highlighting the city’s diverse history. One [...]

Making a Name

Making a Name

By Jessica Forbes For musicians these days, it seems that making a name for oneself in Brooklyn or Austin is a pretty notable achievement, and Arum Rae Valkonen has done so in both locales. Over [...]

Winner & Losers 10/9/14

Winner & Losers 10/9/14

Welcome to an All-Winners edition of Winners & Losers. Good things are happening and plenty deserve the recognition for their efforts. Martha Saunders In response to concerns expressed by the [...]

Calendar 10/9/14

Calendar 10/9/14

THURSDAY 10.9 “PASTA LA VISTA, BABY!” LUNCH CLASS Noon-1:30 p.m. So Gourmet is offering a hands-on cooking class in which students learn how to make homemade pasta. The class and lunch menu [...]

An 80-year Tradition Returns

An 80-year Tradition Returns

The Pensacola Interstate Fair is celebrating its 80th anniversary with 11 fun-filled days from Oct. 16-26 at the Pensacola Fairgrounds. With over 60 rides, top-name entertainers, loads of [...]

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