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Summer Eats ’14

Summer Eats ’14

Fresh seafood, colorful salads, cool cocktails and just about anything involving watermelon and pineapple—these are just a few of our summer food obsessions you’ll find in this issue. We also [...]

News of the Weird 7/10/14

News of the Weird 7/10/14

by Chuck Shepherd LEAD STORY California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo has a huge, 350-student "viticulture and enology" program, preparing its majors for an industry critical to [...]

Summer Eats: Cooking School

Summer Eats: Cooking School

with Chef Blake Rushing Fresh seafood is one of the best things about summer, especially summer on the Gulf Coast. But just because it’s easy to come by doesn’t mean it’s easy to [...]

Summer Eats: Terrine of Gulf Shrimp

Summer Eats: Terrine of Gulf Shrimp

Terrine of Gulf Shrimp and Cole Slaw, Pickled Aspic, Wasabi Tobiko, Spicy Mustard and Hot Pickled Banana Peppers by Chef Blake Rushing Serves 8 Terrine Ingredients: 1.5 lbs Gulf shrimp [...]

Calendar 7/10/14

Calendar 7/10/14

THURSDAY 7.10 PENSACOLA HERITAGE FOUNDATION REDISCOVERY LECTURE Noon-1 p.m. John Appleyard will present “Escambia County/Pensacola: How Public and Private Transportation have shaped the [...]

Summer Eats: I been drinkin’

Summer Eats: I been drinkin’

by Ashley McLain of abrightbite.com Like every faithful Yoncé follower, ever since Ms. B first sang about drinkin’ watermelon, I’ve been on the hunt to find the perfect watermelon cocktail. [...]

“Little Brother” Meets Big Brother

“Little Brother” Meets Big Brother

by Scott Satterwhite On June 6, the author of a young adult novel wrote a blog post that sent shock waves throughout Pensacola’s literary and educational communities. “My publisher, Tor Books, [...]

Outtakes—The Road Traveled

Outtakes—The Road Traveled

This paper has been a journey for me, one filled with unexpected turns, twists and at times, turbulence. When we published our first issue on July 1, 1999, we had a simple business plan. Gannett [...]

Ears & Fingers 7/3/14

Ears & Fingers 7/3/14

by Jason Leger Mastodon-Once More ‘Round the Sun Initially, Mastodon was a band that was difficult for me to get into for a couple of reasons. Primarily because I made a conscious decision [...]

News of the Weird 7/3/14

News of the Weird 7/3/14

by Chuck Shepherd Science on the Cutting Edge On dairy farms across the country, cows bizarrely queue up, without prodding, to milk themselves by submitting to $250,000 robots that have recently [...]

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