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News of the Weird 8/16/12

News of the Weird 8/16/12

by Chuck Shepherd Freedom Under Attack First Amendment Blues: (1) A bar in Horry County, S.C., named the Suck Bang Blow filed a lawsuit in May challenging the county’s new ordinance prohibiting [...]

LeaP 2012

LeaP 2012

Looking Back at 30 Years of Forward Thinking By Jeremy Morrison For 30 years now, up and comers have come up through the Leadership Pensacola program. Commonly known by its loose acronym, LeaP [...]

Where the Heartland Meets the Sand

Where the Heartland Meets the Sand

By Brett Hutchins If ever a band could rip your heart out, have you stomp on it, and keep you enthralled with the entire experience, Trampled By Turtles is that band. The five-piece’s brand of [...]

Outtakes 8/16/12

Outtakes 8/16/12

ROMNEY’S RELIGION The Bill of Rights established freedom of religion in this country. The United States has no national religion and the government cannot prohibit the free exercise of any [...]

Happenings 8/16/12

Happenings 8/16/12

THURSDAY 8.16 ‘A ROADTRIP THROUGH FLORIDA ARCHAEOLOGY’ 10 a.m. DARC, 207 E. Main St. 595-0050, ext. 107 or flpublicarchaeology.org/darc.php. ‘SURFING FLORIDA: A PHOTOGRAPHIC HISTORY’ 10 [...]

SPLC Eyes Escambia

SPLC Eyes Escambia

Discrimination in Discipline? By Jeremy Morrison The three-ring binder was brimming with papers: report cards, letters to and from school administrators, complaints filed with the U.S. [...]

Setting the Bar

Setting the Bar

By Ashley Hardaway This week I had a girlfriend visiting me from D.C., and among the great big list of things to do/see people would give her (the beach, McGuire’s, tubing, FloraBama) was one [...]

Scrabble Soiree to Benefit Adult Literacy

Scrabble Soiree to Benefit Adult Literacy

By James Hagan Scrabble junkies, or those just into having a good time for charity, are eagerly brushing up on their vocabulary lessons in anticipation of Learn to Read of Northwest Florida’s [...]

A Journey by Bicycle

A Journey by Bicycle

By Katya Ivanov In Kansas, towns have edges. There is a line that goes a mile. Outside of the big square block of trees and houses, there's nothing but treeless fields and prairie, farmlands and [...]

A&E Pics 8/16/12

A&E Pics 8/16/12

Yay For New Yeasayer After months of anticipation and a pretty intense Internet scavenger hunt, indie rock outfit Yeasayer are finally releasing their latest album "Fragrant World" in its entirety. [...]

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