Thursday October 2nd 2014
Day Job: The other guy who tends bar at 5 ½ Bar (part time). Gayngsta (full time).
Pensacola Resident Since: Forever, but I took a couple of breaks.
Will work for food [...]
CENTER REACHES OUT TO AREA MINISTERS
By Jennie McKeon
Ministers seek to soothe heartache as part of their profession. But sometimes, demons bear down on their souls, too.
“It’s a story I [...]
WUWF kicks off Acoustic Series
By Jennie McKeon
For those who need their Acoustic Interlude fix during RadioLive’s hiatus, you’ll be happy to know that WUWF is bringing Ed Gerhard and Cliff [...]
Unraveling the Meaning of Occupy Pensacola
by Jeremy Morrison
The plaza is eerily quite. The bright colors and noises are gone. No one is shouting at passerby about the Federal Reserve [...]
NO FAITH IN BP DRILLING The federal government recently awarded BP its first deepwater drilling permit in the Gulf of Mexico since the Deepwater Horizon accident. After killing 11 men and polluting [...]
by Chuck Shepherd
Saddam Hussein Back in the News: (1) Mohamed Bishr, an Egyptian man bearing a remarkable resemblance to the late Iraqi dictator, claimed in October that he had been briefly [...]
By Kate Peterson
Bands normally travel in a van of some sort, packed with equipment. Or they travel by plane or car, also known as the easy way.
When Ben Sollee and his crew travel around from [...]
Don't miss your chance to see the one and only Ted Leo, Nov. 3 at The Handlebar. The show is supposed to start at 8 p.m., but we suggest you get there early—it's not like indie-rock icons [...]
by Hana Frenette
Saves the Day isn’t just another emo band with a hit or two that you’re throwing on a mix CD for someone you think is cute. And if it were, the band’s managed to stay around [...]
By Hana Frenette
It’s time to put on you walking shoes. And maybe a sweater.
This year’s Great Gulf Coast Arts Festival boasts 230 art booths, vendors and performances. That’s quite a bit [...]