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You Just Have to Go to the Fair

You Just Have to Go to the Fair

By Kate Peterson Corn dogs, rides, beer, funnel cakes and games galore. This year the Pensacola Interstate Fair has so much to offer everyone from the little to the big. To add to the fun, [...]

Happenings 10/18/12

Happenings 10/18/12

THURSDAY 10.18 ‘PENSACOLA STATE  ART FACULTY EXHIBITION’ 7 a.m. through Dec 14. Anna Lamar Switzer Center for Visual Arts, Bldg 15, Pensacola State College, 1000 College Blvd., Bldg 15. [...]

News of the Weird 10/18/12

News of the Weird 10/18/12

by Chuck Shepherd Great Art! For September’s Digital Design Weekend at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, artists Michiko Nitta and Michael Burton commissioned soprano Louise Ashcroft to [...]

The Buzz 10/18/12

The Buzz 10/18/12

Old is New The civic center is nearing 30-years-old. The facility’s new name—Pensacola Bay Center—is brand new. In a presentation to the Escambia County Commission, the center’s management [...]

It Happened Here 10/18/12

It Happened Here 10/18/12

One Square, Many Circles by Jessica Forbes It is amazing how much history can be found in one square block in Pensacola, even in one square block of park space. Located at 17th Avenue and East [...]

Ghosts of Mississippi, 2012 Version

Ghosts of Mississippi, 2012 Version

ROBERT KENNEDY, JR. INTERVIEWS CIVIL RIGHTS ICON By Rick Outzen On Tuesday, Oct. 2, I sat in on an interview between Robert Kennedy, Jr. and civil rights icon James Meredith, the first [...]

Winners & Losers 10/18/12

Winners & Losers 10/18/12

WINNERS: Vicki Miller The wife of Congressman Jeff Miller is championing Wreaths Across America which is working with the Three Rivers Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution to double [...]

My Pensacola—Casey Sparks

My Pensacola—Casey Sparks

Name: Casey Sparks Day Job: Assistant General Manager/Director of Marketing, Pensacola Bay Center Resident Since: April 2012 Cool People: Since I have only lived here six months, I have not [...]

Wham, Bam, Escambia

Wham, Bam, Escambia

Convergence of Issues Trigger County Freakout By Jeremy Morrison The Escambia County political realm appears to be limping toward a desperate implosion. Maybe it’s the pressure of promised [...]

Outtakes 10/18/12

Outtakes 10/18/12

Lame Ducks Bite The most dangerous elected official is the one who no longer seeks public office but still has time to create havoc. It’s particularly dangerous when the politician is a county [...]

Artists Celebrate Life at Gallery Night Reception

Artists Celebrate Life at Gallery Night Reception

By Bradley "Beej" Davis Jr. There are two things that are undoubtedly non-discriminant: art and cancer. The lineage of artists of Quayside Gallery, a member-operated and staple Pensacola museum, [...]

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