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News of the Weird

News of the Weird

By Chuck Sheppard The cure for emphysema is cigarette smoke piped directly into the lungs, according to chemist Gretha Zahar, whose clinic has treated 60,000 people in Jakarta, Indonesia, in the [...]

Chill Out

Chill Out

Local Businesses Help You Keep Cool This Summer By Kiley A. Bolster Whether you spend your time in an office or on the beach, the dog days of summer affect everybody. The dripping ice cream cone, [...]

The Buzz 5/12/11

The Buzz 5/12/11

SACRED HEART HIT WITH $9 MILLION CUT Negotiators for the Florida House and Senate finalized their cuts to the state’s healthcare budget and agreed to make major reductions in funding of the [...]

IN Interview: 60 Cycles of Sound

IN Interview: 60 Cycles of Sound

HUM TURNS TO ROAR FOR CELEBRATED PENSACOLA BAND By Rob “Bubbs” Harris 60Cycles of Sound are far more than just a familiar name among the local rock scene. These guys have long been a mainstay [...]

Witness To The World

Witness To The World

Jamey Jones and the Significance of his new book “Blue Rain Morning” by Scott Satterwhite “Jamey has literally put Pensacola on the poetry map,” said New York poet Lewis Warsh about [...]

Hot Times 5/12/11

Hot Times 5/12/11

THURSDAY 5.12 ART ‘FROM OLD ST. PETER’S TO NEW ST. PETER’S: EXPLORING CHRISTIAN ARCHITECTURE FROM CONSTANTINE TO BERNINI’ 6-7 p.m. Free. Pensacola Museum of Art, 407 S. Jefferson St. [...]

Hangout Festival is SOLD OUT!

Hangout Festival is SOLD OUT!

If you didn’t buy your tickets yet to the Summer’s biggest beach party, then you are officially out of luck. As of Sunday May 8th,  Hangout Fest has now officially sold out of all 3-day festival [...]

Military Drama Right At Home in Pensacola

Military Drama Right At Home in Pensacola

Osama bin Laden’s Demise Brings Attention to Stage Production By Barry Shuck The movie “A Few Good Men” (“AFGM”) was a terrific flick. How could the producers go wrong with well-knowns [...]

Outtakes 5/12/11

Outtakes 5/12/11

FIXING ELECTIONS Voting is the foundation of our representative democracy. People maintain the power in our political system when they vote. All the campaign dollars in the world can’t put a [...]

The Last Word—Rebecca Taylor

The Last Word—Rebecca Taylor

Rebecca Taylor Board Member, Pensacola Shakespeare Theatre Co-owner/Agency Director, IZON Models and Talent What is your chief characteristic? Determination What do you appreciate most about [...]

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