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Tower of Power Head to Pensacola

Tower of Power Head to Pensacola

Soul and Funk Stalwarts Play Rare Intimate Concert By Brett Hutchins Rock and roll legends don’t come through Pensacola often. As the go-to horn section for many classic bands like Santana and [...]

News of The Weird

News of The Weird

by Chuck Sheppard Equal justice under the law might just depend simply on whether a judge’s stomach is growling when he pronounces sentence, according to a study of 1,000 parole decisions during [...]

The Box Tops’ Gary Talley to Perform on Pensacola Beach

The Box Tops’ Gary Talley to Perform on Pensacola Beach

Weekend visit includes performances with local musicians, friends By Bradley “Beej” Davis Jr. During the music era of the 1960s that changed the world—while the world was changing the 1960s [...]

Cinco de More-O

Cinco de More-O

More Ways to Celebrate By IN Staff Cinco de Mayo Fiesta at Laguna's Celebrate Cinco de Mayo on the beach. Laguna's will be offering two-for-one margaritas, $20 beer and deer buckets, free [...]

Hot Times: Museum Invites Children to Please Touch the Art

Hot Times: Museum Invites Children to Please Touch the Art

Chagall for Children The Pensacola Museum of Art (PMA) opens its newest summer blockbuster exhibition, Chagall for Children, on May 6th, 2011. The exhibit, on loan from the Kohl Children’s [...]

The Public Record 4/28/11

The Public Record 4/28/11

Dear Maxwell, What’s the statue in the middle of North Palafox Street where the road curves around it? I drive past it every day, but I don’t know anything about it. -Stan H. If you’ve [...]

Health & Wellness News & Calendar

Health & Wellness News & Calendar

BE HAPPY DRINK NOW AVAILABLE IN PENSACOLA The all natural Be Happy drink (behappyjuice.com) is now available for the first time in Tom Thumb convenience stores in the Pensacola area. Tom Thumb, a [...]

Morning Yoga on the Beach

Morning Yoga on the Beach

Hangout Fest Adds Two Yoga Sessions With Kelly Morris Have you ever wanted to practice your downward dog on a white sandy beach? Of course you have, and now thanks to Hangout Fest, you are going [...]

Pinch the Tail…

Pinch the Tail…

Crawfish Season is Back BY Ashley Hardaway Driving down through Louisiana this past weekend I saw cars parked alongside the road where the water inlets came in, or a bayou jutted out. In France [...]

The Last Word—Jonathan E. Thompson

The Last Word—Jonathan E. Thompson

Jonathan E. Thompson Vice President, Thompson-Briggs Developers, Inc. What is your chief characteristic? A passion for knowledge What do you appreciate most about your [...]

Community Outreach 4/28/11

Community Outreach 4/28/11

DESTINATION ARCHAEOLOGY RESOURCE CENTER OFFERS VISITORS SMARTPHONE SCAVENGER HUNT The Destination Archaeology Resource Center (DARC) announces a new digital scavenger hunt inside “A Roadtrip [...]

News Of The Weird 4/28/11

News Of The Weird 4/28/11

By Chuck Sheppard Businesses typically resist government regulation, but in March Florida’s interior designers begged the state House of Representatives to continue controlling them, with a [...]

Missing Papa Bear

Missing Papa Bear

Daughters honor father lost in Deepwater Horizon explosion By Rick Outzen Their father, Blair Manuel, wasn’t supposed to be on the Deepwater Horizon rig when it exploded the night of April 20, [...]

Seriously Smooth

Seriously Smooth

Cultural Jazz Series Brings International Artists to Pensacola by Lindsay Rae Myers At last year’s Seabreeze Jazz Festival in Panama City, Ed Lemox ran into a few other Pensacola residents who [...]

Kids Helping Kids

Kids Helping Kids

INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO DEVELOPMENTAL DELAYS By IN Staff Sarah loves to talk, but sometimes she gets carried away and interrupts other people. Her new friends in a new social group that meets at [...]

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