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News of the Weird 10/4/12

News of the Weird 10/4/12

by Chuck Shepherd French Full-Body Health Care As the U.S. government’s role in health care is debated, the French government’s role was highlighted in February with a report on Slate.com [...]

Pumpkin Party

Pumpkin Party

Don’t want to get messy carving a pumpkin? At Strong Street Studio’s 6th Annual Pumpkin Party you can pick up one (or more) of the decorative and unique glass pumpkins created by Scott [...]

Symphony’s Opening Night

Symphony’s Opening Night

By Jennie McKeon Sure, there’s intense pressure before opening night of the symphony season, but music director Peter Rubardt likes it that way. “There’s always pressure,” he said. [...]

Transcending Stereotypes

Transcending Stereotypes

By Shelby Smithey The South has often been perceived as being closed-minded and intolerant. Pensacola will have a chance to change that perception when it hosts its first-ever LGBT Film Festival [...]

It’s Barktober Time

It’s Barktober Time

By Jennie McKeon The 11th Annual Barktober Fest returns this weekend at Seville Square. The Humane Society event unites dog lovers with activities, contests, giveaways and pet friendly raffle [...]

You’ve Been Thunderstruck

You’ve Been Thunderstruck

By Jennie McKeon Ballet Pensacola is opening their current season, not with classical music and elaborate tutus, but with AC/DC, Queen and Michael Jackson. “Thunderstruck,” was [...]

Happenings 10/4/12

Happenings 10/4/12

THURSDAY 10.4 ‘RITUALS’ 7 a.m.  Anna Lamar Switzer Center for Visual Arts, Bldg 15, Pensacola State College, 1000 College Blvd., Bldg 15. 484-2550 or pensacolastate.edu. ‘A ROADTRIP [...]

Just Beachy: Recap of the 3rd Annual DeLuna Fest

Just Beachy: Recap of the 3rd Annual DeLuna Fest

Day One by Kate Peterson with contributions from Michael Osley Our motto for the day was that if there is a music festival on our beach, we should support it. The third annual DeLuna Fest on [...]

My Pensacola—Jenny Diamond

My Pensacola—Jenny Diamond

Name: Jenny Diamond Day Job: Adjunct English Instructor at UWF, Starbucks barista Pensacola resident since: 1985—minus a year here, a few months there. I’ve tried to leave, but I keep on coming [...]

News of the Weird 9/27/12

News of the Weird 9/27/12

by Chuck Shepherd Roach Responders At a conference in August, researchers from North Carolina State University demonstrated their latest technological advance in aiding “first responders” to [...]

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