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Hockey at the Beach, It Just Makes Sense

Hockey at the Beach, It Just Makes Sense

by Jeremy Morrison It doesn’t appear to make a lot of sense at first. But if mulled over for a moment, the notion of stepping out onto a frozen Canadian tundra in a pair of swim trunks starts to [...]

Searching for Closure-The Tangled Life of Magnolia Cemetery

Searching for Closure-The Tangled Life of Magnolia Cemetery

by Jeremy Morrison The life of a cemetery isn’t always as sure as the souls who lay their bodies down in its ground. “Walk right there,” Raymond Reese said, pointing out a soft spot in [...]

News of the Weird

News of the Weird

by Chuck Shepherd Chinese Education Values: To get to their school, 80 children (aged 6 to 17) in the mountaintop village of Pili, China, near the borders with Tajikistan and Afghanistan, make a [...]

Music, Motion and the Great Migration

Music, Motion and the Great Migration

by Sarah K. McCartan Nearly a decade after the disbandment of his band Twothirtyeight, guitarist, singer and songwriter Chris Staples has packed up his belongings and is headed out on the road [...]

A&E Picks 12/08/11

A&E Picks 12/08/11

Get Jaded Jade of Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic Zeros is going to be at Vinyl Music Hall on Sunday (Dec. 11)  vinylmusichall.com Ain't No Joke Jerry Seinfeld really is coming to Saenger in [...]

Winners & Losers 12/08/11

Winners & Losers 12/08/11

WINNERS MALCOLM THOMAS The Escambia County Superintendent of Schools has apparently seen the light and is sounding like he may take Lincoln Park Elementary off death row and not close the school [...]

My Pensacola—Stefany Townsend

My Pensacola—Stefany Townsend

Stefany Townsend Day Job: Media Specialist Pensacola Resident Since: 2006 Good Eats: My favorite local restaurant has to be Hub Stacey’s.  They have the most amazing sandwiches and they are [...]

Outtakes 12/08/11

Outtakes 12/08/11

TOUGH LESSONS Watching a Pensacola City Council meeting is a painful experience. We’re told that democracy can be messy, but the city fathers and mothers have taken messy to a new level. The most [...]

The Local—Confessions of a Mall-A-Holic

The Local—Confessions of a Mall-A-Holic

Confessions of a Mall-A-Holic By James Hagan I have a confession to make: I’m James Hagan and I’m a mall-a-holic. This should be a shameful thing for any non-teen to make, but I can’t help [...]

The Buzz 12/08/11

The Buzz 12/08/11

WAITING FOR THE BUS Area transit workers will make yet another trip to the Escambia County Commission chambers Thursday, Dec. 8  as their workplace drama rolls on. Workers previously requested that [...]

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