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The Blues Photograph Blues

The Blues Photograph Blues

By Rick Outzen Blues scholars have come forward to challenge a reported photo of Mississippi Blues legend Robert Johnson (Inweekly, “Finding Pensacola’s Blues Past,” Jan. 2). “Your [...]

The Buzz 1/14/16

The Buzz 1/14/16

Graduation Rates Soar On Jan. 12, the Florida Department of Education released the graduation statistics for the 2014-15 school year. Escambia County’s graduate percentage jumped from 66.1 percent [...]

Winners & Losers 1/14/16

Winners & Losers 1/14/16

Winners Malcolm Thomas The school superintendent got a re-election boost when the Florida Department of Education released the 2015 high school graduation rates. His district’s results improved [...]

Calendar 1/14/16

Calendar 1/14/16

THURSDAY 1.14 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. Aragon Wine Market, 27 S. 9th [...]

Ears & Fingers 1/14/16

Ears & Fingers 1/14/16

By Jason Leger On the Horizon: LCD Soundsystem I’ve had a bit of a tumultuous relationship with James Murphy and LCD Soundsystem. The songs that I love (‘Someone Great,’ ‘All My [...]

Opera Season Opens

Opera Season Opens

By Shelby Smithey Pensacola Opera will be putting on a production of “La Traviata” at the Saenger Theatre next week. “La Traviata”, which translated to “The Fallen Woman,” was [...]

Drive for the Drive

Drive for the Drive

Leroy Boyd and the Naming of MLK Drive By C. Scott Satterwhite In his local history pamphlet “Pensacola: How its Streets Got Their Names,” John Appleyard answered many questions of local [...]

Love, Loss, and What I Wore

Love, Loss, and What I Wore

By Shelby Smithey Can a pair of jeans, a sweater or a hat, invoke feeling? Do they bring us back to special times we spent wearing them? They might make us remember wherae we were, what we were [...]

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