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Getting To Work

Getting To Work

By Jennifer Leigh In a way, Richard Humphreys can thank an injury for his career choice. “I was in high school art class with a broken arm,” he said. “I couldn’t participate, so I was [...]

Ears & Fingers 1/15/15

Ears & Fingers 1/15/15

By Jason Leger Belle and Sebastian-Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance ‘Powerful’ is not a word I would often use to express the feelings Belle and Sebastian well up within me. More often than [...]

News of the Weird 1/15/15

News of the Weird 1/15/15

By Chuck Shepherd Spidey Sense Gets Real Among the breakthroughs demonstrated by the computer chip company Intel's RealSense system is a cocktail dress from Dutch designer Anouk Wipprecht that not [...]

The Buzz 1/15/15

The Buzz 1/15/15

Wedgewood Wants More The residents of Wedgewood weren’t much interested in the stricter ordinances being proposed to regulate borrow pits and construction & debris landfills. No, they made [...]

Let’s Hangout Again

Let’s Hangout Again

Just in case you somehow missed it earlier this week, the team behind Hangout Music Festival has announced their 2015 lineup. The sixth installment of the beachside festival, which will take place [...]

2015 To Do Lists

2015 To Do Lists

By Rick Outzen and Duwayne Escobedo We are coming upon the midpoint of the second decade of the 21st century. The past four years we’ve dealt with an environmental disaster and leadership [...]

NAACP President Charles Thornton: New leadership, new vision

NAACP President Charles Thornton: New leadership, new vision

By Shelby Smithey Charles D. Thornton Sr., new president of the Pensacola chapter of the NAACP, assumed leadership Jan. 1 and has a progressive vision for the future of the civil rights [...]

Mirah The “Snowbird”

Mirah The “Snowbird”

By Hana Frenette Mirah has been writing and recording music since the rise and fall of the cassette tape in the late 90’s. She’s released over a dozen solo albums, worked closely with Phil [...]

News of the Weird 1/8/15

News of the Weird 1/8/15

By Chuck Shepherd Annals of Injustice Richard Rosario is in year 18 of a 25-to-life sentence for murder, even though 13 alibi witnesses have tried to tell authorities that he was with them—1,000 [...]

The Buzz 1/8/15

The Buzz 1/8/15

City Lobbyist Registry On Oct. 10, 2014, Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward announced in his digital newsletter that he wanted the city to adopt a lobbyist registry that would require those paid to lobby [...]

Calendar 1/8/15

Calendar 1/8/15

THURSDAY 1.8 TRAIL WORK ON THE FLORIDA TRAIL 8:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. Western Gate Chapter of the Florida Trail Association regularly schedules trail work on the Florida National Scenic Trail and Florida [...]

Outtakes—Compelling News

Outtakes—Compelling News

The daily newspaper published on Sunday, Jan. 4 its editorial plan for 2015. The News Journal will focus on education, storm water improvements and infrastructure side of public safety, such as [...]

Ears & Fingers 1/8/15

Ears & Fingers 1/8/15

By Jason Leger Sleater-Kinney-No Cities to Love There are few stories as illustrious in the indie rock world as that of darlings Sleater-Kinney. They made a name forging their own brand of [...]

“Finally We Can”

“Finally We Can”

Marriage equality comes to Florida By Jennifer Leigh The first newsletter of the year for the Gay Grassroots of Northwest Florida was sent out over the weekend. On the first page, in bold, [...]

Winners & Losers 1/8/15

Winners & Losers 1/8/15

Winners Doug Underhill State Attorney Bill Eddins announced on New Year’s Eve that his office’s review of a complaint against Escambia County Commissioner Underhill v had determined that such [...]

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