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Arts, Community and Dialogue

Arts, Community and Dialogue

Gulf Future Coalition’s New Approach to Community Organizing By Jessica Forbes As the fourth anniversary of the BP Deepwater Horizon oil rig explosion approaches, one group—Gulf Future [...]

Mark Your Calendars

Mark Your Calendars

Other Events Continuing the Oil Spill and Restoration Discussion “A First Hand View of the Gulf Oil Spill” with David Mattingly of CNN AAF Pensacola, the local chapter of the American [...]

The Green (Thumb) Issue

The Green (Thumb) Issue

This year's theme—The Green Thumb Issue—focuses on all things planted and flowering and is dedicated to all you black thumbs out there (ourselves included). We hope everyone learns a few new [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

Rescue Networks

Rescue Networks

Combating Modern Slavery One Case at a Time By Jessica Forbes There are an estimated 21 to 30 million persons enslaved throughout the world at present, more than at any point in human [...]

Parades, Parties and Priscus

Parades, Parties and Priscus

Your Guide To All Things Mardi Gras Unlike New Orleans and Mobile, where pretty much everything shuts down for a week before Ash Wednesday, Pensacola doesn’t have that luxury (or pitfall, [...]

Let Your Geek Flag Fly: A Guide To Pensacon

Let Your Geek Flag Fly: A Guide To Pensacon

Nerd. In childhood it may not have been the hippest nickname, but now it has become a moniker increasingly embraced among some adults. The Internet, “The Big Bang Theory” and Ben on “Parks and [...]

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