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A&E Picks 6/21/12

A&E Picks 6/21/12

Book It Open Books has more books than they have room for right now, so they are hosting a sidewalk sale on Saturday. All sale books will be priced to move at $1 or less. openbookspcola.org [...]

Guitar Monster Takes Pensacola

Guitar Monster Takes Pensacola

By Kate Peterson Guitar World magazine ranks Eric Johnson’s “Cliffs of Dover” as number 17 out of the 100 all-time greatest guitar solos. The same song is the winning song for the game [...]

My Pensacola—Georgia Adams Langerfeld

My Pensacola—Georgia Adams Langerfeld

Name: Georgia Adams Langerfeld Day Job: Copy Editor at the Pensacola News Journal Pensacola Resident Since: Born here in 1983, moved to Milton, Fla. when I was 15, and moved back to Pensacola two [...]

Summa Down Now

Summa Down Now

Summer is here again, and has been since it unapologetically dethroned spring in early March. If you’re like me, you’re just now adjusting your eating habits—and not for “bikini season.” [...]

News of the Weird 6/21/12

News of the Weird 6/21/12

by Chuck Shepherd Chinese High-Tech Answer to Red Bull Chinese media reported that on May 4th, at the Xiaogan Middle School in Hubei province, high school students studying for the all-important [...]

Happenings 6/21/12

Happenings 6/21/12

HURSDAY 6.21 ‘A ROADTRIP THROUGH FLORIDA ARCHAEOLOGY’ 10 a.m. DARC, 207 E. Main St. 595-0050, ext. 107 or flpublicarchaeology.org/darc.php. ‘SURFING FLORIDA: A PHOTOGRAPHIC HISTORY’ 10 [...]

My Pensacola—Austin Enfinger

My Pensacola—Austin Enfinger

Name: Austin Enfinger aka @TheCuchillo on Twitter. Day Job: Writer and drinker for hire, but Simoniz Car Wash pays my bills. Pensacola Resident Since: Birth—May of 1982. Good Eats: Being a [...]

Summer Blockbusters and Indie Flicks We Hope Come to Pensacola

Summer Blockbusters and Indie Flicks We Hope Come to Pensacola

By Jennie McKeon When you’ve almost passed out from a heat stroke on the beach and you need some solace from the scorching temperature, check in to a nice, cold movie theatre for some rest, [...]

An Infinite Interlude

An Infinite Interlude

By Sarah McCartan Austin-based instrumentalists, Explosions in the Sky, are perhaps best known for an expansive sound that slowly builds and ignites into something that most closely mimics, well, [...]

Outtakes 6/14/12

Outtakes 6/14/12

PLEASE RECONNECT You lose a part of yourself when your father dies. My dad was my safety net. His love and support gave me the confidence to try, but he is a tough act to follow. Richard McLean [...]

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