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The Last Word—Rodney Canady

The Last Word—Rodney Canady

Rodney Canady Owner, Blooms A Million Florist AND Master Florist since 1992 What is your chief characteristic? Hard working, creative and crazy What do you appreciate most about your [...]

Hangout Festival: A Weekend Retrospective

Hangout Festival: A Weekend Retrospective

By Hana Frenette Hula hoopers, college kids, parents, grandparents. People walking around in Jesus and devil costumes. Hangout Fest drew a large cast of characters and exceeded expectations across [...]

Vegan 101

Vegan 101

Learning Vegan Cuisine at End of the Line Café By Jessica Forbes Locals interested in learning more about vegan cuisine will soon have a regular, hands-on opportunity to do so. Starting in [...]

Bring Your Own Vinyl

Bring Your Own Vinyl

Bar encourages patrons to rock to their own beats by Grant Hutchinson Now patrons at Play can choose more than the game they want to play or the beer they want to drink. They can choose their own [...]

Lives of the Rich and Famous

Lives of the Rich and Famous

Noel Coward Comedy Centers Around Chaos and Amusement By Barry Shuck Ah, the life of the comedy. Its whole mission is to provoke laughter and entertainment and bring the viewer into a better mood [...]

The Last Word—Cassie Cunningham

The Last Word—Cassie Cunningham

Cassie Cunningham Teacher, Longleaf Elementary School What is your chief characteristic? I’m extremely organized. Even my spontaneous moments are very well planned. What do you appreciate [...]

IN’s Hangout Fest Guide

IN’s Hangout Fest Guide

Foo Fighters. The Black Keys. My Morning Jacket. Primus. Sure, we know these headliners are the main attractions at Hangout. But there are also some pretty great, lesser- known bands playing the fest [...]

Strange Magic

Strange Magic

Here We Go Magic brings its unique rock style to Pensacola By Grant Hutchinson Hypnotic. Meditative. Stream-of-consciousness. When describing the swirling, esoteric sounds of indie-rock band Here [...]

News of the Weird 5/19/11

News of the Weird 5/19/11

By Chuck Sheppard Tonya McDowell, 33, an off-and-on homeless person in Bridgeport, Conn., was arrested in April by police in nearby Norwalk and charged with felony theft—of $15,686 worth of [...]

Hot Times 5/19/11

Hot Times 5/19/11

THURSDAY 5.19 ART ART CLASS AT PAINTING WITH A TWIST 7-9 p.m. Bring your favorite bottle of wine or beverage, and paint a picture step by step that you will take home. 16 years and older. [...]

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