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Outtakes 10/27/11

Outtakes 10/27/11

I LAUGHED SO HARD The Sunday column by the executive editor of the daily newspaper (Pensacola News Journal, “A professional watchdog costs money,” Oct.  23) made me laugh so hard I snorted my [...]

My Pensacola—Scott Greenberg

My Pensacola—Scott Greenberg

Scott Greenberg Day Job: Principal, Greenberg Palmer Boutique Public Relations Pensacola Resident Since: 2008 Good Eats: Cactus Flower is my weekly guilty pleasure. I think they put something [...]

All Hallows Eve-rything

All Hallows Eve-rything

By Bubbs Harris From the first time we put on a costume and hit the streets as children, stalking the night like legions of the undead, we have become enamored by Halloween and all of the fun [...]

Beyond Birth Control

Beyond Birth Control

Did Bayer Put Profits Before Patients? By Rick Outzen Pediatric nurse Carissa Ubersox, 24, was working her dream job at a Madison, Wis. Hospital. The recent college graduate was engaged to be [...]

It Happened Here 10/27/11

It Happened Here 10/27/11

Pensacola’s Streetcar Heyday by Jessica Forbes Before automobiles dominated Pensacola’s roadways, a network of streetcars served as the preferred mode of ground transportation in the city. [...]

News of the Weird 10/27/11

News of the Weird 10/27/11

by Chuck Shepherd “My ultimate dream is to be buried in a deep ocean close to where penguins live,” explained the former Alfred David, 79, otherwise known in his native Belgium as “Monsieur [...]

H&W News & Events

H&W News & Events

News Sacred Heart’s CEO Named to Prestigious List of Healthcare Leaders Laura S. Kaiser, President and Chief Executive Officer of Sacred Heart Health System (SHHS), is named among a list of [...]

Ted Leo is Coming to The Handlebar—Seriously!

Ted Leo is Coming to The Handlebar—Seriously!

By Hana Frenette Ted Leo has been around for a while, and it seems that people like it that way. In the 1980s, he broke out onto the East Coast hardcore scene of New York City with his band [...]

Occupy Update, Getting Comfortable

Occupy Update, Getting Comfortable

Settling out to what is becoming the new-normal, Martin Luther King Jr. Plaza is now base camp to a steady two to three dozen people. Occupy Pensacola is entering into its second week and it looks [...]

The Ethics Perception

The Ethics Perception

Wilson Robertson cooly sipped a Diet Dr. Pepper and surveyed the gallery. By the end of the evening he’d be looking at three possible ethics investigations. “I have absolutely nothing to [...]

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