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My Pensacola—Georgia Adams Langerfeld

My Pensacola—Georgia Adams Langerfeld

Name: Georgia Adams Langerfeld Day Job: Copy Editor at the Pensacola News Journal Pensacola Resident Since: Born here in 1983, moved to Milton, Fla. when I was 15, and moved back to Pensacola two [...]

Summa Down Now

Summa Down Now

Summer is here again, and has been since it unapologetically dethroned spring in early March. If you’re like me, you’re just now adjusting your eating habits—and not for “bikini season.” [...]

Viewpoint 6/21/12

Viewpoint 6/21/12

What to Do With the Truth? By Mary Jo Melone Could the facts really be heeded for once? Or will they end up in the same bin as global warming, where all unpleasant facts go? The Tampa Bay [...]

News of the Weird 6/21/12

News of the Weird 6/21/12

by Chuck Shepherd Chinese High-Tech Answer to Red Bull Chinese media reported that on May 4th, at the Xiaogan Middle School in Hubei province, high school students studying for the all-important [...]

The Buzz 6/21/12

The Buzz 6/21/12

Razor Wire Blues Where is Oakwood Terrace Apartments? The girl walking down the street doesn’t know. She scrunches her face into a confused grimace. How about Truman Arms? There’s a spark [...]

Winners & Losers 6/21/12

Winners & Losers 6/21/12

Winners Pensacola State College Our community college is one of the best values in public education, according to the most current U.S.  Dept. of Education’s ranking. Pensacola State College [...]

Happenings 6/21/12

Happenings 6/21/12

HURSDAY 6.21 ‘A ROADTRIP THROUGH FLORIDA ARCHAEOLOGY’ 10 a.m. DARC, 207 E. Main St. 595-0050, ext. 107 or flpublicarchaeology.org/darc.php. ‘SURFING FLORIDA: A PHOTOGRAPHIC HISTORY’ 10 [...]

Race and the Classroom

Race and the Classroom

Escambia’s Minority Hiring Stalls as Students Swell By Jeremy Morrison It’s a problem. One among many for the country’s public school system. And like most of the problems with the current [...]

Not Fit for Human Consumption

Not Fit for Human Consumption

Bath Salts and Zombies Make Headlines By Stephanie Sharp On Saturday, May 26, a naked Rudy Eugene was shot and killed when he failed to obey police orders to stop chewing off another man’s [...]

And Then There Were Three

And Then There Were Three

DeLuna Fest have finally announced their third headliner and we're sure all of you beach loving, country music fans are going to be happy with who it is. Especially if you're a fan of hanging out [...]

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