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Signing Books, Making History

Signing Books, Making History

By Jessica Forbes Local baseball fans and history enthusiasts will have an opportunity this weekend to meet and greet the author of the first book detailing the history of baseball in [...]

Happenings 5/30/13

Happenings 5/30/13

Thursday 5.30 BAGDAD ELEMENTARY BOOKFAIR 9 a.m. Come out and support Bagdad Elementary during their bookfair. Barnes & Nobles, 1200 Airport Blvd. 969-9554 or barnesandnoble.com. QUAYSIDE [...]

All Hail The Queen

All Hail The Queen

by Joani Delezen If you aren't hip to Big Freedia yet, you need to fix that ASAP. The "Queen Diva" is widely known and credited for bringing bounce music out of the shadows of post-Katrina New [...]

Breaking Down Walls

Breaking Down Walls

by Lilia Del Bosque Oakey Whitehouse It’s a topic that people don’t often talk about. But HIVevolution wants to start the conversation. The local non-profit is an HIV/AIDS awareness and [...]

News of the Weird 5/23/13

News of the Weird 5/23/13

by Chuck Shepherd Backyard Barnyard The Department of Agriculture reported recently that in four of America’s largest cities—New York, Miami, Los Angeles and Denver—nearly one home out of [...]

Ears and Fingers 5/23/13

Ears and Fingers 5/23/13

The National—‘Trouble Will Find Me’ by Jason Leger “You’re not that much like me. You should know me better than that,” Matt Berninger warbles in his signature baritone on “I [...]

Still Unleashed

Still Unleashed

By Lindsay Rae Myers Ten years ago Atlanta musician Kristy Lee brought her guitar to the beach for Memorial Day and the UnLeashed Music Festival was born. This seems appropriate for a weekend born [...]

Happenings 5/23/13

Happenings 5/23/13

THURSDAY 5.23 MEMORIAL DAY OBSERVANCE 9-11 a.m. Captain Marvel, from Naval Education and Training Command at NAS Pensacola, will speak at the event. A reception and breakfast on the grounds will [...]

Another Summer of Concerts

Another Summer of Concerts

By Sarah McCartan A Thursday evening in Pensacola during the summer months wouldn’t feel quite right without watching the sun set while listening to music echoing from downtown’s historic [...]

Big Freedia Comes Through

Big Freedia Comes Through

By Joani Delezen Whether you're going all out for Memorial Day weekend or debating going out at all, you should do yourself a favor and be at Vinyl Music Hall Friday night for Big [...]

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