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Happenings 10/11/12

Happenings 10/11/12

THURSDAY 10.11 ‘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. ‘ADULT CAT [...]

News of the Weird 10/11/12

News of the Weird 10/11/12

by Chuck Shepherd Men Want to Be Pretty, Too For some reason, South Korea (with about one-sixth the men that America has) is the world’s largest consumer of male cosmetics, with its leading [...]

To The Beat of the World’s Drum

To The Beat of the World’s Drum

by Brett Hutchins “The rhythm is right and the music is flowing.” That’s how you know it’s a good day in Mickey Hart’s world. He and the Grateful Dead’s music helped turn the world on [...]

Freak Puke

Freak Puke

By Kate Peterson No, we are not calling you a name, that is the title of the Melvins Lite album released this year. It says it all about the punk metal band. They have been ripping up the music [...]

My Pensacola—Andrea Walker

My Pensacola—Andrea Walker

Name:  Andrea Walker Day Job:  Adjunct Instructor of Developmental Writing and Reading, Pensacola State College Pensacola Resident Since:  1956 (except for a 15-year interlude in Atlanta from [...]

My Pensacola—Michelle Henderson

My Pensacola—Michelle Henderson

Name: Michelle Henderson Day Job: Director of Marketing Management, University of West Florida Pensacola Resident Since: July 2003 Good Eats: If I’m craving good “bar food,” then Sidelines [...]

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 [...]

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