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An Unplugged Workout

An Unplugged Workout

Fitness Without Technology By Jennie McKeon There’s no excuse to not regularly exercise—even if you’re not a tech geek. With just one boot camp class—whether it’s with a local gym or [...]

There’s an App for That

There’s an App for That

How Technology is Changing Fitness By Jennie McKeon Getting through the day without using technology is nearly impossible. For some, a smart phone is more than just an accessory, but an [...]

Book Review: A Dog Named Boo by Lisa J. Edwards

Book Review: A Dog Named Boo by Lisa J. Edwards

By Terri Schlichenmeyer... Your dog knows some pretty good tricks. Like most pooches, he’ll do anything for treats, including “sit” and “stay.” He can shake, roll over, and fetch; he [...]

Movies Showing This Holiday Weekend

Movies Showing This Holiday Weekend

NOW SHOWING AT MOVIES 4, GULF BREEZE “The Sessions” Starring: John Hawkes, Helen Hunt A man in an iron lung who wishes to lose his virginity contacts a professional sex surrogate [...]

Happenings 12/20/12

Happenings 12/20/12

THURSDAY 12.20 TOUR THE COLUMBUS SHIPS PINTA AND NINA’ 9 a.m. Free-$8. For information on guided tours for groups, call to inquire. Through January 2. Pensacola Port, 700 S. Barracks St. [...]

Last Chance for Holiday Fun

Last Chance for Holiday Fun

Nightly Christmas Lights Night Segway Tour Emerald Coast Tours offers a new holiday tour through the month of December. Glide through Downtown, North Hill, East Hill and Old East Hill and view [...]

The Revivalists Ring in the Holidays

The Revivalists Ring in the Holidays

by Brett Hutchins The Revivalists have built something of a second home in Pensacola. With previous shows at DeLuna Fest and Bamboo Willie's on Pensacola Beach, the New Orleans favorites have [...]

Top 2012 News Stories

Top 2012 News Stories

RESTORE Race Begins Escambia County stands to get a windfall of money—with estimates ranging between $100 and $200 million—as a result of the Clean Water Act fines facing BP. There’s no [...]

Notable Deaths ’12

Dr. Charles Augustus Jan. 26, 2012 Filed the lawsuit, Augustus v. School Board of Escambia County, on behalf of his 6-year-old daughter, laying the groundwork for the 1969 desegregation order that [...]

News of the Weird 12/20/12

News of the Weird 12/20/12

by Chuck Shepherd ARTFUL DODGERS The head of the Perse School in Cambridge, England, recently instituted a “10-Second Rule” for minor disciplinary infractions: Students could avoid punishment [...]

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