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DeLuan Fest: Song of the Day 8/1/11

DeLuan Fest: Song of the Day 8/1/11

After way too much time away, it appears The Shins are officially back! That's right—The Shins aren't just playing DeLuna Fest in October,  they are also recording new album (which is due out [...]

DeLuna Fest: Song(s) of the Day 7/28/11

DeLuna Fest: Song(s) of the Day 7/28/11

We could never pick just one Weezer song to feature as the Song of the Day anyway, so we were super excited to find this article on Stereogum documenting Weezer’s 30 Best Cover Songs. If you've [...]

Move Over Boys

Move Over Boys

Impact 100 Changes Face Of Pensacola Area by Stephanie Sharp Since its inception at a Super Bowl party, IMPACT 100 has changed the quality of life of the greater Pensacola area with substantial [...]

Outtakes 7/28/11

Outtakes 7/28/11

ECONOMIC WAR Gov. Rick Scott visited Pensacola on Monday, July 25 and spoke at The Fish House to the board of the Pensacola Bay Area Chamber of Commerce, area elected officials and other supporters [...]

Winners & Losers 7/28/11

Winners & Losers 7/28/11

Winners GROVER ROBINSON The Escambia County commissioner who chaired the commission during the BP oil spill crisis testified on July 20 before the U.S. Senate about lessons learned from that [...]

Hitched

Hitched

Local Couples Compete for Block Party Wedding Giveaway 2011 Best of the Coast Ballots are out, but your favorite restaurants, bars, retail shops and salons aren’t the only thing you get to [...]

Pensacola Goes to White House

Pensacola Goes to White House

LOCAL LEADERS MEET WITH PRESIDENT OBAMA by MARY BARONE A toddler shot in a drug-fueled crossfire, failing schools, an oil spill that left a unique footprint on our shores–those working on the [...]

The Buzz 7/28/11

The Buzz 7/28/11

COUNCIL WANTS ITS OWN EXECUTIVE The new Pensacola charter abolished the city manager, who was hired and fired by the Pensacola City Council. Instead, the mayor was given the power and authority to [...]

The Last Word—Scott Ginnetti

The Last Word—Scott Ginnetti

Scott Ginnetti Director of People Development, Baptist Health Care What is your chief characteristic? I’m always thinking (and not always listening), and as a result often repeat what others [...]

Learning to be Lean

Learning to be Lean

Classes to Improve your Lifestyle By Jennie McKeon There are so many lessons you learn throughout your academic career that you immediately forget about. But what if you could take a class that [...]

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