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The Buzz 11/6/14

The Buzz 11/6/14

Baby Steps On New Jail Six months have passed since the April 30 natural gas explosion at the Escambia County Jail Central Booking and Detention Center, which killed two prisoners, left a guard [...]

Calendar 11/6/14

Calendar 11/6/14

FOO FOO FESTIVAL 11.6-11.17 Pensacola’s Foo Foo Festival is a 12-day mix of art and cultural events taking place throughout the city. The festival includes a wide range of events, with everything [...]

Death, Be Not Proud

Death, Be Not Proud

By Sarah McCartan “Death, be not proud, though some have called thee mighty and dreadful, for thou art not so.”
This quote from a poem by John Donne helped set the tone and drive the title [...]

Foo Foo Festival

Foo Foo Festival

Foo Foo Festival— A twelve-day celebration dedicated to existing and new cultural events and creative happenings throughout the city. As if we needed one more reason to love fall in Pensacola… [...]

News of the Weird 11/6/14

News of the Weird 11/6/14

By Chuck Shepherd BABY BEAUTY Amanda Collins, 28, took "beauty pageant mom" to the next level (down) earlier this year when she entered her daughter Luna in Britain's UK Princess and Prince [...]

Now Spinning

Now Spinning

By Sarah McCartan “You’ll drive hours to see your favorite band play. You’ll bike across town to a local record store when a new album comes out because downloading it just wouldn’t be [...]

Winners & Losers 11/6/14

Winners & Losers 11/6/14

Winners Mark Faulkner The Baptist Health Care CEO is the vice chair/chairman-elect of the Florida Hospital Association 2014-15 Board of Trustees. Faulkner has served as president and CEO of [...]

David Suhor and The Latest Battle Over Prayer

David Suhor and The Latest Battle Over Prayer

By Steven Poulin and Scott Satterwhite The battle over the separation of church and state is, once again, being waged in a local school district. To quote Yogi Berra, “Déjà vu, all over [...]

Ears & Fingers 11/6/14

Ears & Fingers 11/6/14

By Jason Leger Deerhoof-La Isla Bonita I remember when I initially delved into “underground” music. I had a lot to learn, and I knew that all the time I wasted sticking only to what had been [...]

Outtakes—Get Back To Work

Outtakes—Get Back To Work

The election is over. Now let’s get back to work. The past 60 days have been as politically light as tolerable while still keeping the lights on in the city of Pensacola and Escambia County. [...]

The Recent Adventures of Darrin Bradbury

The Recent Adventures of Darrin Bradbury

By Jessica Forbes Not considering that his Nashville apartment recently (and randomly) got shot up, it’s reasonable to say that Darrin Bradbury is having a pretty good year. At 27, Bradbury [...]

Catching a Catfish

Catching a Catfish

By Hana Frenette Online dating—hell, dating in general—can be terrifying. Everyone is trying to be the best version of themselves and put on their best game face. Thanks to the Internet [...]

M4: A Date, A Command, A Band

M4: A Date, A Command, A Band

By Sarah McCartan March 4, 2003 there was a street party. It wasn’t just your ordinary street party. It was a Fat Tuesday celebration in Portland, Oregon. At the heart of this Mardi Gras meets [...]

Killer Profiles: His

Killer Profiles: His

When we decided to do a feature story on dating, we knew it would require some dispatches from the front lines. So we asked two of our freelance writers to try online dating for one month. Both are [...]

Killer Profiles: Hers

Killer Profiles: Hers

When we decided to do a feature story on dating, we knew it would require some dispatches from the front lines. So we asked two of our freelance writers to try online dating for one month. Both are [...]

Outtakes—Getting Off Script

Outtakes—Getting Off Script

Last Thursday, I was a guest on “The John Batchelor Show,” a nightly radio news magazine show based at WABC in New York City. The topic was the Florida governor’s race. Batchelor and his [...]

Calendar 10/30/14

Calendar 10/30/14

THURSDAY 10.30 WINE TASTING AT AWM 5 p.m. Try something new every week at Aragon Wine Market’s regular wine tasting, only a few blocks from downtown. 27 S. 9th Ave. aragonwinemarket.com PSC [...]

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