Wednesday September 3rd 2014
Nearly two months into shrimp season and people are freaking out.
Some reports a putting harvests at 80 percent below normal. People are talking about deformed shrimp. Or, no shrimp at all.
The occupation has begun and breakfast is being served.
As of Sunday morning, Martin Luther King Jr. Plaza in downtown Pensacola sported doughnuts, milk and a makeshift library. Participants in [...]
A lot of you heading out to the beach for DeLuna Fest have been asking where you can get a print copy of the current issue—which has a full schedule, festival map and tons of fun interviews and [...]
by Jennie McKeon
Most bands are founded by family members or life-long friends. In the case of Grouplove, it was instant chemistry between a couple in love and a couple of strangers at an art [...]
OCCUPY MOVEMENT COMES TO PENSACOLA
By Jeremy Morrison
Enjoying a lazy Saturday at Plaza de Luna, the fishermen appeared oblivious to the revolution happening mere feet away. It was easy to [...]
By Josh Encinias
In August we tried to secure an interview with MuteMath. Very elusive, and extraordinarily busy, the band could not talk to us. We published an “about MuteMath” story in our [...]
by Kate Peterson
Ghostland Observatory, or GLO, is an Austin-based band consisting of Aaron Behrens on vocals and some occasional guitar playing, and Thomas Turner on backup vocals, drums and [...]
by Hana Frenette
There must be a factory in Canada that just keeps turning out these bands, because they just keep on coming and sticking around to shine.
Toronto-based Stars has been together [...]
by Sarah McCartan
“It’s like cocaine. Have you ever seen an advertisement for it? No. It always sells; everyone knows where to get it. If you have a good enough product people will come.” To [...]
by Jennie McKeon
At the University of West Florida, sexual violence is not just discussed one week out of the year. Thanks to the Student Government Association, The Get Down Series will present [...]