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Calendar 9/25/14

Calendar 9/25/14

THURSDAY 9.25 “CREOLE, SOGO STYLE” LUNCH CLASS Noon-1 p.m. So Gourmet serves up Creole-inspired dishes including fried green tomatoes with shrimp remoulade, blackened catfish, cornbread with [...]

The Rise of St. Vincent

The Rise of St. Vincent

By Jessica Forbes When the mention of coffee was made at the beginning of a morning phone interview with Annie Clark, the focus of the conversation quickly became caffeine. “I’m midway [...]

Restoring Memories

Restoring Memories

By Jessica Forbes Of all the material possessions damaged when a natural disaster occurs, photographs are among the items that in many cases are completely irreplaceable. However, not all damaged [...]

E-Cigs

E-Cigs

By Jennifer Leigh It’s no surprise that cigarettes are bad for you. There’s an endless amount of evidence to back up the surgeon general’s warning on each pack, and yet 40 million Americans [...]

Winners & Losers 9/25/15

Winners & Losers 9/25/15

Winners Breakfast of Champions More than 100 community supporters joined United Way of Escambia County for their 2014-2015 Annual Workplace Breakfast of Champions Kick-Off hosted by the Pensacola [...]

News of the Weird 9/25/14

News of the Weird 9/25/14

By Chuck Shepherd Frontiers of Flight Dutch inventors Bart Jansen and Arjen Beltman struck again recently when Pepeijn Bruins, 13, called on them to help him grieve over his pet rat, Ratjetoe, who [...]

The Buzz 9/18/14

The Buzz 9/18/14

ACLU and PAE Host Update The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Florida and the Pensacola Alliance for Equality (PAE) are hosting a gathering at Seville Quarter on Tuesday, Sept. 23 at which [...]

News of the Weird 9/18/14

News of the Weird 9/18/14

By Chuck Shepherd New Frontiers in American Vacuousness The WE cable network disclosed in August that it had ordered a nine-episode adaptation of a British series, "Sex Box," in which a couple [...]

More Reasons to Attend Gallery Night

More Reasons to Attend Gallery Night

Bringing a Project Full Circle The first part of the Graffiti Bridge Project (GBP) involved photographer Rachael Pongetti visiting the railroad trestle at 17th Avenue every day for one year. The [...]

MRENC: A Collective of One

MRENC: A Collective of One

By Sarah McCartan Inspired by the scenery, heat, humidity, and subcultures, lifelong Floridian Eric Collins has been deep in the heart of the Florida music scene for a number of years. If you [...]

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