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Calendar 4/12/18

Calendar 4/12/18

THURSDAY 4.12 PILATES MAT 12:30 p.m. Free. Ever’man Educational Center, 327 W. Garden St. everman.org ‘FACES PLACES’ 1 p.m. $5. Pensacola Cinema Art, 117 E. Government St. [...]

Winners & Losers 4/12/18

Winners & Losers 4/12/18

Winners Clay Ingram The Pensacola Republican lawmaker was among the 15 members of the Florida Legislature honored with a 2018 Florida Chamber Distinguished Advocate award, which recognizes [...]

Protesting “Pathetic” Comments

Protesting “Pathetic” Comments

By Rick Outzen On March 24, attorney Randy Thompson and his wife and daughters parked on Wright Street near their church, First United Methodist Church. Along with their fellow church members, [...]

Outtakes—No Special Session Needed

Outtakes—No Special Session Needed

By Rick Outzen Florida House and Senate leaders are zeroing in on April 23 for the possible start date of a special legislative session to overhaul Florida's gambling policy. The move appears to [...]

Winners & Losers 4/5/18

Winners & Losers 4/5/18

Winners Augusta M. Simon The University of West Florida’s first African-American instructor co-founded the UWF Black Student Union, now known as the African-American Student Association. Dr. [...]

News of the Weird 4/5/18

News of the Weird 4/5/18

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel Public Service Announcement Police in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, appealed to the public for help in late March tracking down a most unusual perpetrator. "Over the past [...]

Game On

Game On

Wahoos Kick Off 2018 Season —The Daily Show— Sure, the actual game is the main reason to make your way to Wahoos Stadium any given day there’s a home game. But there are at least seven [...]

Violin Royalty

Violin Royalty

By Shelby Nalepa For the first time ever, Pensacola will have the honor of hosting arguably one of the best violinists of our time. Pensacola Symphony Orchestra's (PSO) annual Russian [...]

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