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Traveling Back to the Twenties

Traveling Back to the Twenties

By Jennifer Leigh The clothes, the music, the stories — it’s no wonder that the years known as the Roaring ‘20s are revisited over and over again almost a 100 years later. In Pensacola, two [...]

Something To Do With Your “Downtime”

Something To Do With Your “Downtime”

By Hana Frenette Steve McMillan is debuting his third film “The Downtime” at Movies 4 in Gulf Breeze this weekend. Most of the movie was filmed in Pensacola—in, around or near some pretty [...]

Ears & Fingers 2/27/14

Ears & Fingers 2/27/14

by Jason Leger St. Vincent—St. Vincent Annie Clark has built one of the more impressive resumes in the alt rock world. Only 31, she has put out four critically acclaimed albums, including one [...]

News of the Weird 2/27/14

News of the Weird 2/27/14

by Chuck Shepherd Prison Blues Norway's prison system is regarded as among the most inmate-friendly in the world, but convicted mass murderer Anders Breivik is still not impressed. Breivik, [...]

Answers from a Dap-King

Answers from a Dap-King

By Jessica Forbes As if you needed one more reason to get out of the house this weekend, Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings are returning to Vinyl Music Hall in support of their sixth full-length [...]

News of the Weird 2/20/14

News of the Weird 2/20/14

by Chuck Shepherd Find That Genius! Beijing Genomics Institute scientists are closing in on a technology to allow parents to choose, from several embryos, the one most likely to yield the [...]

Freak Shows, Capitalism and Not Taking the LSAT

Freak Shows, Capitalism and Not Taking the LSAT

By Hana Frenette Robin Blyn, an English professor at the University of West Florida since 1999, has been observing the details and aesthetics of the freak show and its relationship to political [...]

Ears & Fingers 2/20/14

Ears & Fingers 2/20/14

by Jason Leger Sun Kil Moon-Benji Simply put, one does not approach Sun Kil Moon or the output of Mark Kozelek at large for ‘feel good music.’ I’ve learned this the hard way over the years, [...]

Happenings 2/20/14

Happenings 2/20/14

THURSDAY 2.20 RUNNING: SIX AT SIX 6 a.m. The doors of Running Wild open every Tuesday and Thursday at 5:30 a.m. ahead of group runs that begin at 6 a.m. sharp. The casual group run is free of [...]

Outtakes—A Cautionary Tale

Outtakes—A Cautionary Tale

The city of Mobile discovered in the months after Mayor Sam Jones left office that the city ran up in 2013 a nearly $16 million deficit. Mobile’s strong mayor and his minions had kept the secret [...]

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