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What Cheer? A Gallery Night Serenade

What Cheer? A Gallery Night Serenade

By Sarah McCartan Friday night, Sluggo’s Vegetarian Restaurant plays home to the What Cheer? Brigade. Yes, this 19-piece brass band from Providence, R.I. is serenading the Gallery Night drink [...]

Happenings 7/18/13

Happenings 7/18/13

THURSDAY 7.18 HISTORIC PENSACOLA TROLLEY TOUR 10 a.m. & 2 p.m. Pensacola Visitor Center, 1401 E. Gregory St. 941-2976 or beachbumtrolley.com. MESS HALL 10 a.m. The Pensacola MESS Hall [...]

The “Power of Photography”

The “Power of Photography”

by Lilia Del Bosque Oakey Whitehouse Images are powerful. A single moment captured on film can tell a story, evoke emotions, and raise awareness. The Wide Angle Photo Club’s 20th annual [...]

Cryptic Celebrates Two Years of Live Music and Art

Cryptic Celebrates Two Years of Live Music and Art

by Brett Hutchins For two years, Cryptic Productions has lived up to its commitment to Pensacola by bringing in genre-bending music, local art and vendors from across the region and city. Their [...]

News of the Weird 7/18/13

News of the Weird 7/18/13

by Chuck Shepherd Priorities At a June hearing, a Philadelphia judge became so exasperated at defendant Robert Williams' seeming cluelessness about his need to keep his probation appointments that [...]

Happenings 7/11/13

Happenings 7/11/13

THURSDAY 7.11 PAULY SHORE 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. Vinyl Music Hall, 2 S. Palafox. $18-$25. 435-9849 or vinylmusichall.com. HISTORIC PENSACOLA TROLLEY TOUR 10 a.m. & 2 p.m. Pensacola Visitor [...]

The Gills Set Up Camp

The Gills Set Up Camp

By Sarah McCartan The Gills have embarked on a tour of nomadic proportions. In gypsy fashion, the band is setting up camp at most of the stops along the course of their Gypsy Camp Tour, which [...]

Ears & Fingers 7/11/13

Ears & Fingers 7/11/13

by Jason Leger Smith Westerns – ‘Soft Will’ “It’s easier to think you’re dumb.” Last week, I was locked in a great conversation, when something escaped, first from my brain, [...]

News of the Weird 7/11/13

News of the Weird 7/11/13

by Chuck Shepherd Community Activism Despite Chicago's recent crisis of gang-related street murders, the Roseland Community Hospital in a tough south-side neighborhood is on the verge of closing [...]

Camping It Up

Camping It Up

By Samantha Crooke School has been out for a while now. Translation:  Parents of school age kids are fighting the good, nearly impossible, fight to keep summer boredom at bay. By no means [...]

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