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Calendar 9/11/14

Calendar 9/11/14

THURSDAY 9.11 “PATRIOT’S DAY LUNCH CLASS” AT SO GOURMET Noon-1 p.m. So Gourmet is observing Patriot’s Day by putting a healthy twist on some of America's favorite foods, with a menu of [...]

Ethnic Veg

Ethnic Veg

By Sarah McCartan Every vegetarian or vegan in town knows that if you are craving Vietnamese food, #86 at Tu-Do (with peanut sauce) is the way to go, that is, if you want an overflowing bowl of [...]

Winners & Losers 9/11/14

Winners & Losers 9/11/14

Winners CVS Health The pharmacy chain has announced that it will stop selling cigarettes and all tobacco products at its more than 7,600 stores nationwide by Oct. 1. Many of the local stores [...]

The Buzz 9/11/14

The Buzz 9/11/14

Charlotte’s Mom Visits During the past legislative session, Florida lawmakers passed the state’s first medical marijuana bill that legalized “Charlotte’s Web,” a limited strain of marijuana [...]

Fall Eats

Fall Eats

Pensacola has always been a melting pot. From the Spanish, French and British who colonized the area in the 16th and 17th centuries to the waves of Southeast Asian and Hispanic immigrants who have [...]

News of the Weird 9/11/14

News of the Weird 9/11/14

By Chuck Shepherd A Nerd's Rhapsody Nicholas Felton's latest annual recap of his personal communications data is now available, for just $30. Key findings, graphically presented, of Nicholas' busy [...]

Ears & Fingers 9/4/14

Ears & Fingers 9/4/14

By Jason Leger Delta Spirit-Into the Wide One of my favorite things about being able to listen to music for the sake of dissecting it is being able to really digest albums from bands I’ve [...]

Winners & Losers 9/4/14

Winners & Losers 9/4/14

Winners Doug Underhill The biggest upset of the Aug. 25 primary was this political newcomer. Underhill beat two-term incumbent Gene Valentino to win the GOP nomination for the Escambia County [...]

Fall Arts Guide

Fall Arts Guide

By Jennifer Leigh The beginning of the fall season means you can soon enough go for a short walk without breaking a sweat, pumpkins will replace pineapples and Pensacola’s arts scene gets kicked [...]

Outtakes—Don’t Run Ahead

Outtakes—Don’t Run Ahead

Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward and his relationships with city contractors are under a federal investigation. We don’t exactly what a federal grand jury in Tallahassee is examining, only that five [...]

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