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Happenings 9/19/13

Happenings 9/19/13

THURSDAY 9.19 TAG OPENING RECEPTION 7 p.m. The Art Gallery at UWF presents: “Force. Measure. Resistance.” BFA Exit Exhibition by Filipe De Sousa. Exhibit on display through Sept. 28. TAG at [...]

Historic Neighborhood Festival Returns

Historic Neighborhood Festival Returns

If you don’t quite get your fill of art at Friday night’s Gallery Night, have no fear. The Second Annual Equinox Festival has got you covered. Presented by the Long Hollow Neighborhood [...]

Providing a Voice to the Voiceless

Providing a Voice to the Voiceless

Florida Speaks Tour kicks off in Pensacola By Rick Outzen The birth of a grassroots movement is often difficult to pinpoint. On a hot Saturday morning, Democrats from across the Florida Panhandle [...]

Into The Sunshine

Into The Sunshine

Battle for The Control of Tourism Taxes by Rick Outzen The control over Escambia County’s tourism marketing and its $5.5 million is being moved out of the Greater Pensacola Chamber. The Board [...]

The Buzz 9/19/13

The Buzz 9/19/13

Reynolds Wins In Court Escambia County Judge Thomas Johnson cleared former Pensacola City Administrator Bill Reynolds of a non-criminal public records violation for allegedly not releasing in June [...]

News of the Weird 9/19/13

News of the Weird 9/19/13

by Chuck Shepherd First Amendment Blues In the public libraries of Seattle (as in most public libraries), patrons are not allowed to eat or sleep (or even appear to be sleeping) or be shirtless or [...]

Outtakes: More Than Heads In Beds

Outtakes: More Than Heads In Beds

Escambia County is once again debating what to do with its tourism development tax revenue. The Board of County Commissioners, at the request of the hotel owners, have agreed to move governance of [...]

Ears & Fingers 9/12/13

Ears & Fingers 9/12/13

Man Man – ‘On Oni Pond’ Man Man are an enigma. I remember the first time I saw them, and it was almost unintentional. I was in New Orleans to see Modest Mouse on their “We Were Dead…” [...]

Force. Measure. Resistance.

Force. Measure. Resistance.

By Sarah McCartan Nestled within the University of West Florida’s Center for Fine and Performing Arts (CFPA) is The Art Gallery, or TAG, as it is commonly known. Consistently throughout each [...]

News of the Weird 9/12/13

News of the Weird 9/12/13

by Chuck Shepherd Happiness Is a Clean Toilet Beginning in 2011, about three dozen people in Tokyo have been meeting every Sunday morning at 6 a.m. on a mission to scrub down, one by one, the [...]

13 Years of Hula Moon

13 Years of Hula Moon

By Sarah McCartan Nothing says Friday the 13th like a commemorative tattoo, right? In honor of their 13th birthday and Friday the 13th, Hula Moon will be offering a $13 Friday the 13th tattoo [...]

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