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Pioneering Biologist to Speak at UWF

Pioneering Biologist to Speak at UWF

By Christopher Scott Satterwhite This month marks the 15th year the University of West Florida holds its annual Women’s Studies Conference, and the guest speaker is like none before. Dr. Anne [...]

Winners & Losers 3/17/16

Winners & Losers 3/17/16

Winners Alex Gartner The Pensacola Children's Chorus recently announced its new Artistic Director, Alex Gartner, who will succeed the founding directors, Susan and Allen Pote, on July 1. Gartner [...]

College Baseball A Home Run

College Baseball A Home Run

By Steve Barnes Over the first weekend of March, the baseball teams from Auburn, Michigan State, Southern Mississippi and Troy University each earned a measure of success in the third annual Cox [...]

Temple Beth El Renovates for Next Generation

Temple Beth El Renovates for Next Generation

By Duwayne Escobedo Rodney Rich says he remembers getting a phone call nearly two years ago that the patchwork kitchen at Temple Beth El had “finally bit the dust.” That led to Rich, the [...]

Outtakes—Changes Are Coming

Outtakes—Changes Are Coming

By Rick Outzen When Congressman Jeff Miller unexpectedly announced that he would not seek another term, politicians and power brokers scrambled.  Miller has served Northwest Florida since 2001, [...]

Ears & Fingers 3/17/16

Ears & Fingers 3/17/16

By Jason Leger Iggy Pop-Post Pop Depression Iggy Pop has long since risen above the status of punk icon and has moved more into the range of American staple. Across his 56-year career, his antics [...]

On The Issues—Republicans

On The Issues—Republicans

All information was compiled from candidates’ website— tedcruz.org, johnkasich.com, marcorubio.com and donaldjtrump.com—unless otherwise stated. CLIMATE CHANGE AND ENERGY Cruz: Would end [...]

All Dogs Go to Sluggo’s

All Dogs Go to Sluggo’s

By Shelby Smithey With roots firmly planted in the DIY punk scene, Midwesterners All Dogs interlace ‘90s aesthetic with frontwoman Maryn Jones’ lyrics to create self-described “loud pop [...]

Art at Open Books

Art at Open Books

By Shelby Smithey Artist Terry Covington’s eclectic collection of sculptures, drawings and paintings is now on display at Open Books Bookstore. On Friday, Covington will be at Open Books to talk [...]

Winners & Losers 3/10/16

Winners & Losers 3/10/16

Winners Grover Robinson The chairman of the Escambia Board of County Commissioners rallied elected officials and business leaders across Northwest Florida to challenge the Florida House [...]

News of the Weird 3/10/16

News of the Weird 3/10/16

By Chuck Shepherd Take That, Portland! Seattle's ambitious Office of Arts & Culture has allocated $10,000 this year to pay a poet or writer to create a work while present on the city's Fremont [...]

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