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“Virginia” In Pensacola

“Virginia” In Pensacola

By Shelby Smithey Born and raised in West Pensacola, singer-songwriter Tanya Gallagher is returning for a special homecoming show in the wake of her new album "Virginia." Three years ago, [...]

You Can’t Go Home

You Can’t Go Home

By Hamishe Randall Colonel Jim Thompson survived the unimaginable—captivity as a prisoner for nearly a decade in the Vietnam War. Yet, upon release, he didn't enjoy a happy homecoming. [...]

Wizards, Warriors, and Dance

Wizards, Warriors, and Dance

By Jennifer Leigh Each year, Ballet Pensacola kicks off its season with a production so original you can't help but get excited for what's coming next. This year, that production swirls around [...]

How to Create and Sustain Excellence

How to Create and Sustain Excellence

By Duwayne Escobedo Brad Black never imagined he would become one of the most internationally sought-after authorities to help people, organizations and communities become and remain [...]

The Buzz 10/27/16

The Buzz 10/27/16

Women Build After months of fundraising, 124 dedicated women exceeded their goal to build a Habitat for Humanity home for a family in need. The 11 teams of Women Builders raised a total of $75,053 to [...]

Foo Foo Fest 2016

Foo Foo Fest 2016

We know it might be hard to believe, but there is more to look forward to this November than the longest election cycle ever finally winding down. One of those things is Foo Foo Fest. If you [...]

Calendar 10/27/16

Calendar 10/27/16

THURSDAY 10.27 EMERALD COAST BUSINESS LEADERS 7:30-9 a.m. Networking for business leaders. Guests welcome. Ever'man Educational Center, 327 W. Garden St. everman.org WORK ON FLORIDA TRAIL 8 a.m. [...]

The Road to the White House, Vegas Style

The Road to the White House, Vegas Style

By Rick Outzen Last week, the news networks and 5,000 journalists descended on the University of Nevada Las Vegas campus for the third and final presidential debate. I was among those [...]

Block By Block

Block By Block

By Jennifer Leigh There's no shortage of things to do in the historic Belmont-DeVilliers neighborhood during the Back on the Blocks Festival. "The theme this year is ‘That So '70s, which [...]

News of the Weird 10/27/16

News of the Weird 10/27/16

By Chuck Shepherd Religion Adapts to Technology A network of freelance Buddhist priests in Japan last year began offering in-home, a la carte services (for those adherents who shun temples) [...]

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