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Hayward Announces Telethon

Hayward Announces Telethon

$15 Million Needed to Avoid Bankruptcy By Walker Holmes In this Panhandle city, officials tried to keep the budget in check by selling assets, cutting spending, shutting off hot water and asking [...]

IN Buys PNJ

IN Buys PNJ

Weekly Has Sights on WEAR-TV By Walker Holmes Rick Outzen, publisher of Pensacola’s Independent News, announced that he has signed a letter of intent to purchase the city’s daily newspaper. [...]

New Exhibit Opening Today

New Exhibit Opening Today

Xynn Tii Imagery | New Exhibit Opening After 15 months of research and development, 1,000+ working hours of image production, and over 150 international connections, the opportunity has [...]

Hot Times 3/21-3/27/13

Hot Times 3/21-3/27/13

THURSDAY 3.21 HAPPENINGS ‘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 [...]

Buzz: SCOTUS by Candlelight

Buzz: SCOTUS by Candlelight

By Jeremy Morrison During the final week of March, the U.S. Supreme Court dives into a pair of marriage equality cases. Sara Latshaw, regional organizer for the local chapter of the American Civil [...]

Winners & Losers 3/21/13

Winners & Losers 3/21/13

WINNERS Bentina Terry The co-chair of the Chamber's Vision 2015 initiative for economic development, was recently named Community Leader of the Year by the Greater Pensacola Chamber for her [...]

Lowball Logjam

Lowball Logjam

Are There Riches in the River? By Jeremy Morrison If something seems too good to be true, maybe it is. Or, maybe there’s treasure under the water. “I don’t think it’s a gold mine, but [...]

Second Exposure

Second Exposure

Photography of Duncan Schiedt at PMA By Jessica Forbes Duncan Scheidt, 91, has photographed jazz musicians since 1939. Until April 20, a selection of his personal favorites from an over 70-year [...]

From Page to Stage in 24 Hours

From Page to Stage in 24 Hours

By Lilia Del Bosque Oakey Whitehouse Putting on a play is, normally, not something that happens in a day. But, at Pensacola Little Theatre, “24 Hour Theatre” breaks tradition and challenges [...]

News of the Weird 3/21/13

News of the Weird 3/21/13

by Chuck Shepherd Holy Handguns One of the many decisions greeting Pope Francis, as Salon.com pointed out, is whether to officially recognize a Patron Saint of Handgunners—as urged by a U.S. [...]

Music Festival Celebrates East Hill’s Funkiness

Music Festival Celebrates East Hill’s Funkiness

By Brett Hutchins The East Hill area of Pensacola is a neighborhood in the truest sense of the word. Local businesses do things their way. Artists of all types call the place home. The community [...]

Outtakes: Investment In Kids

Outtakes: Investment In Kids

By Rick Outzen In my hometown, Greenville, Miss., the YMCA was where we learned how to play football. All the Outzen boys, plus most of the Roman Catholic and African-American kids in the [...]

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