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A&E Picks 8/9/11

A&E Picks 8/9/11

Last Call IN’s annual Best of the Coast voting is coming to close really soon, so if you want to have your voice heard on important stuff—like Best Bar and Best Restaurant—you better get on [...]

I Like It Raw

I Like It Raw

By Kate Peterson Raw Panda Records, is just a bunch of dudes—with a bunch of talent. They are a homegrown recording company, producing high quality results by recording in homes, recording [...]

The Local 8/9/12

The Local 8/9/12

Bro-Code: 10 Rules for Small Town Dating by Edwin Banacia The other day, I tried to break down the infamous “bro-code” to one of my friends. You see, being a single guy in Pensacola is tough, [...]

My Pensacola—Ashley Faulkner

My Pensacola—Ashley Faulkner

Ashley Faulkner Online Content Editor at Footbridge Media, pizza waitress extraordinaire Pensacola resident since 2005 Good Eats: As a weekend pizza slinger, I have to shout out one of the most [...]

News of the Weird 8/9/12

News of the Weird 8/9/12

by Chuck Shepherd This Will Hurt for Only a Second Fern Cooper, 65, and 13 other cataract-surgery patients arrived at Ontario’s Oakville Trafalgar Hospital on June 25 to learn that they would [...]

A&E Picks 8/2/12

A&E Picks 8/2/12

Don't Miss Out… On one of your last chances to see local band Isle before they go on a temporary hiatus until the holidays. Also on the bill Saturday night at Sluggo's are Pioneers! O Pioneers! [...]

My Pensacola—Summer Burdick

My Pensacola—Summer Burdick

Name: Summer Burdick Day Job: Media Consultant, Cox Media Pensacola Resident Since: 1996 Good Eats: My absolute favorite restaurant, without a doubt, is Global Grill! I love to get different [...]

Happenings 8/2/12

Happenings 8/2/12

THURSDAY 8.2 ‘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 [...]

Love in Louisiana

Love in Louisiana

By Jennie McKeon Monique Verdin describes her film, “My Louisiana Love,” as a sad story. “It’s almost worse than an old country tune,” she said. “’My home flooded, my daddy died, [...]

The Social Network

The Social Network

By Jennie McKeon Today, the world has almost unlimited means of communicating. Social media sites are the most popular forms of communication, but art is the oldest. Artel’s latest juried [...]

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