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News of the Weird 11/27/15

News of the Weird 11/27/15

By Chuck Shepherd It's Snot Hygienic The manager of the agency in Louisville, Kentucky, responsible for, among other things, development planning, zoning changes and historic landmarks revealed in [...]

To Shop or Not To Shop?

To Shop or Not To Shop?

Black Friday Alternatives Just because everybody else is doing it, doesn’t mean you have to. Seriously. There are better ways to spend the day after Thanksgiving than fighting it out for a [...]

Blown Away

Blown Away

By Jennifer Leigh Glass artist Joe Hobbs may have relocated back to Pensacola after five years in Austin this past July, but it’s his upcoming exhibit that makes the move official. For more [...]

Bourbon and Coffee: A Modern Troubadour

Bourbon and Coffee: A Modern Troubadour

By Shelby Smithey Pensacola’s creative pool will soon gain another contemporary in the form of New York-based poet Ian Be and his musical project Bourbon and Coffee. Be’s relocation to [...]

The Buzz 11/27/15

The Buzz 11/27/15

Beach Beer Experiment Escambia County officials have decided to try out an open-container ban for the core business area of Pensacola Beach. The move comes after concerns were raised over the impact [...]

Winners & Losers 11/27/15

Winners & Losers 11/27/15

WINNERS Steve White The Pensacola State College director was recently named Florida Emergency Medical Services Director of the Year at the Florida Association of EMS Educators conference in [...]

Hangout Fest Tickets On Sale NOW

Hangout Fest Tickets On Sale NOW

You've been waiting all week, ever since they announced that epic lineup, and it's finally time.  Tickets for the Hangout Fest are officially on sale. Get yours here: hangoutmusicfest.com And [...]

The Bluffs Could Trigger Job Boom

The Bluffs Could Trigger Job Boom

By Rick Outzen Last week, the FloridaWest Economic Development unveiled The Bluffs, an industrial campus to be developed in Cantonment that will create some 15,000 jobs, both direct and indirect, [...]

Council Debates Trucks and Towers

Council Debates Trucks and Towers

By Jeremy Morrison The Pensacola City Council held its monthly series of meetings and workshops. After nine hours and 58 minutes, they voted down a food truck ordinance over the protestations of [...]

The Fight for 15

The Fight for 15

By Shelby Smithey Getting paid a fair wage to be able to live above the poverty line isn’t such a radical idea anymore, even for minimum-wage workers. On Nov. 10, low-wage workers participated [...]

News of the Weird 11/19/15

News of the Weird 11/19/15

By Chuck Shepherd The Patient Will See You Now Professional patients now help train would-be doctors, especially in the most delicate and dreaded of exams (gynecological and prostate), where a [...]

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