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Fall Arts Guide

Fall Arts Guide

By Jennifer Leigh The beginning of the fall season means you can soon enough go for a short walk without breaking a sweat, pumpkins will replace pineapples and Pensacola’s arts scene gets kicked [...]

Outtakes—Don’t Run Ahead

Outtakes—Don’t Run Ahead

Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward and his relationships with city contractors are under a federal investigation. We don’t exactly what a federal grand jury in Tallahassee is examining, only that five [...]

Scratch Marks and a Lot of Birds

Scratch Marks and a Lot of Birds

By Jessica Forbes The only thing more colorful that Hunt Slonem’s work is probably the renowned artist’s life story, which involves a decades-long passion for exotic birds, multiple homes [...]

Calling All Ladies

Calling All Ladies

By Jessica Forbes Female musicians, artists and comedians from one side of the Panhandle to the other will be showing off their skills and wares at Sluggo’s this weekend during the first [...]

News of the Weird 9/4/14

News of the Weird 9/4/14

By Chuck Shepherd They Didn't See This Coming? (1) German Rolf Buchholz, who owns the Guinness Book world record for most body piercings (453), said he was upset to be denied entrance into [...]

Calendar 9/4/14

Calendar 9/4/14

THURSDAY 9.4 PENSACOLA HERITAGE FOUNDATION REDISCOVERY LECTURE Noon-1 p.m. John Appleyard will present “193 Years with Our Constitutional Officers.” Admission is $5 for non-members and free [...]

Feds Investigate Hayward Administration

Feds Investigate Hayward Administration

By Rick Outzen Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward and his administration were rocked late last month when the city’s custodian of record received a subpoena from Assistant U.S. Attorney Tiffany [...]

The Buzz 9/4/14

The Buzz 9/4/14

Wahoos Take A Swing On July 16, the Community Maritime Park Associates Board of Trustees passed a motion that the use fees paid by the Blue Wahoos, Pensacola’s Double A minor league baseball team [...]

Reopening Open Books

Reopening Open Books

By Hana Frenette Open Books has opened their doors once again. The independent, volunteer-run store has changed locations a handful of times and hosted a myriad of dedicated workers since its [...]

News of the Weird 8/28/14

News of the Weird 8/28/14

By Chuck Shepherd All War Is Weird, But This ISIS War... As summed up by a Vox.com writer: "The absurdity runs deep." America uses American military equipment to bomb American military equipment [...]

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