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Bring on the Tchaikovsky

Bring on the Tchaikovsky

By T.S. Strickland If Vladimir Putin goes disappearing again, he’s probably just hunkered down in the balcony of the Saenger Theatre, waiting for the show to start. As the war games rage and [...]

“Don’t you forget about me…”

“Don’t you forget about me…”

By Jennifer Leigh The brain, the athlete, the basket case, the princess and the criminal are returning to theaters for Saturday detention. It was 30 years ago that the John Hughes classic [...]

News of the Weird 3/26/15

News of the Weird 3/26/15

By Chuck Shepherd Witness Protection Even dangerous felons sometimes serve short sentences, but Benito Vasquez-Hernandez, 58 -- guilty of nothing -- has been locked up for nearly 900 days (as of [...]

Ears & Fingers 3/19/15

Ears & Fingers 3/19/15

By Jason Leger Modest Mouse-Strangers to Ourselves Well, it’s official: the wait was worth it. Almost eight years to the day the band’s last album, “We Were Dead Before the Ship Even [...]

Calendar 3/19/15

Calendar 3/19/15

THURSDAY 3.19 PENSACOLA HUMANE SOCIETY: TOUR FOR LIFE 11 a.m.- 4 p.m. Pensacola Humane Society will be partnering with North Shore Animal League for the national adoption event, Tour for Life. [...]

‘Theater on Speed’

‘Theater on Speed’

By Jennifer Leigh It was six years ago that Renee Jordan first got her taste of the 24 Hour Theatre at Pensacola Little Theatre. “It was chaotic and wonderful,” she said. “I was an actor [...]

Twin City Sounds in the City of Five Flags

Twin City Sounds in the City of Five Flags

By T.S. Strickland Iconic hip-hop duo Atmosphere will breeze into Pensacola on March 25. The original ambassadors of Minneapolis alternative rap, emcee Sean "Slug" Daley and producer Anthony "Ant" [...]

A Whole New World

A Whole New World

By Jennifer Leigh The last Ballet Pensacola performance of the season is set in a faraway land. After a season of divas, artwork and a headless horseman, get ready for a version of [...]

News of the Weird 3/19/15

News of the Weird 3/19/15

By Chuck Shepherd Anatomy Class in Court "This will be upsetting," cautioned Justice Robert Graesser, addressing jurors in February in the Edmonton, Alberta, murder trial of Brad Barton. At issue [...]

Pirates, Patter and Punchlines

Pirates, Patter and Punchlines

By T.S. Strickland Opening this weekend is Pensacola Opera’s production of the classic operetta “The Pirates of Penzance." The Victorian-era story—penned by librettist W.S. Gilbert and [...]

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