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News of the Weird 4/28/16

News of the Weird 4/28/16

By Chuck Shepherd That's Entertainment! One notably hypersuccessful YouTube channel (700,000 subscribers) features Mr. Lauri Vuohensilta of Finland pulverizing various objects (such as a bowling [...]

Outtakes—Who Is Listening?

Outtakes—Who Is Listening?

By Rick Outzen Escambia County has business leaders, corporations and non-profit organizations rising up to help fix public education. The realization is the problems with literacy, poor test [...]

Boil, Peel, Eat, Repeat

Boil, Peel, Eat, Repeat

By Shelby Smithey It’s almost time for that one weekend a year where Pensacola turns into a Cajun utopia. We’re talking about the 32nd Annual Pensacola Crawfish Festival. This year’s [...]

Talking Science

Talking Science

By Jennifer Leigh One of the newest, top-rated science podcasts on iTunes is actually recorded here in Pensacola. That would be IHMC’s STEM-Talk—a bi-weekly conversation with “the most [...]

Winners & Losers 4/28/16

Winners & Losers 4/28/16

Winners Kimberly Bogers The Florida College System Activities Association recently recognized the Pensacola State College student at its Publications Student of the Year. Bogers received the FCSAA [...]

PYP Celebrates First Decade

PYP Celebrates First Decade

By Duwayne Escobedo It was a year after Hurricane Ivan devastated greater Pensacola and the Gulf Coast, washing away homes, businesses and jobs. Employment became hard to find, especially for [...]

Radness is Forever

Radness is Forever

By Shelby Smithey Tokyo Police Club’s new EP “Melon Collie and the Infinite Radness” isn’t just an overt nod to a Smashing Pumpkins album; it represents a time when the Toronto four-piece [...]

The Buzz 4/28/16

The Buzz 4/28/16

Gaetz Tours Panhandle On Saturday, April 23, Matt Gaetz launched his ground game for the Republican nomination for Congress with a bus tour that made stops in Miramar Beach, Fort Walton Beach, [...]

Where Light Becomes Art

Where Light Becomes Art

By Hamishe Randall Lighting can make all the difference between a photograph that is mediocre and one that catches your eye. The portrayal of light is also what makes an oil painting so [...]

Missing Out on the Boon

Missing Out on the Boon

By Rick Outzen Last week, Zach Jenkins, director of the Haas Center for Business Research and Economic Development at the University of West Florida, wrote a column that showed our region’s [...]

The Buzz 4/21/16

The Buzz 4/21/16

Event Runs Its Course At its April 12 meeting, the Downtown Improvement Board voted unanimously to sunset Gallery Night in September and end its sponsorship of the Pelican Drop, downtown’s New [...]

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