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Restoration Education

Restoration Education

Three Years After the BP Oil Spill By Jessica Forbes On the deck of the Fish House on April 18, two days before the third anniversary of the Deepwater Horizon oilrig explosion, several people [...]

Happenings 4/25/13

Happenings 4/25/13

THURSDAY 4.25 ‘RETURN TO CLAY AND FIRE: WOOD FIRED CERAMICS BY BEN TWINGLEY’ 8 a.m. Gallery 88, inside WUWF 11000 University Pkwy. Through April 26.  474-2787 or wuwf.org. HISTORIC [...]

Racing Toward District 2

Racing Toward District 2

Special Election Meet-and-Greet By Jeremy Morrison In March, the late Rep. Clay Ford traveled on to the great beyond. He left behind a family, a legacy and an empty District 2 seat in the Florida [...]

Symphonious Sounds of Spring

Symphonious Sounds of Spring

By Sarah McCartan Walk down the aisle of the Saenger Theatre Saturday night expecting to be greeted by harmonious sounds of spring and you just might find yourself in for a jolting surprise. [...]

News of the Weird 4/25/13

News of the Weird 4/25/13

by Chuck Shepherd Smarty Pants The Precocious Tots of Finland: A University of Kansas professor and two co-authors, in research in a forthcoming issue of the Journal of Finance, found that [...]

H&W Calendar 4/25/13

H&W Calendar 4/25/13

4.27 Run for Their Lives This 5k race is a fundraising event that benefits victims of rape or other violent crime. For more information, call Running Wild, at 435-9222. 4.30 Childbirth [...]

Winners & Losers 4/25/13

Winners & Losers 4/25/13

Winners Veterans Memorial Park Steering Committee Chaired by Jack Brown, the committee has formed a new foundation, Veterans Memorial Park Foundation of Pensacola, Inc., to manage and oversee the [...]

Digital Or Die

Digital Or Die

Film Festival Spring Screen Series Asks You to Convert or Die By Hana Frenette They just don’t make ‘em like they used to. And sometimes they just don’t make them at all. Such is the case [...]

Transmute Plays Local Showcase at Vinyl

Transmute Plays Local Showcase at Vinyl

By Hana Frenette Transmute’s music speaks for itself. Just without words. “We don’t have a lyricist or a vocalist, so sometimes it’s hard to interject meaning into the songs,” Joey [...]

It Happened Here

It Happened Here

Evenings in Olde Seville Square: The Comeback Kid of Pensacola Festivals by Jessica Forbes Returning this May after bidding what was believed to be a final farewell in 2012, Evenings in Olde [...]

A New World for Pioneers! O Pioneers!

A New World for Pioneers! O Pioneers!

By Sarah McCartan It’s about growth and progress. But above all it’s about honesty. With two EPs under their belts, the now four-piece local rock band, Pioneers! O Pioneers!, is well on their [...]

Surfer Blood Comes to Town

Surfer Blood Comes to Town

by Hana Frenette Surfer Blood easily sounds like the name of a band that’s eager to churn out Metallica covers and induce gnarly mosh pits. The Florida natives have a much more appealing sound [...]

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