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News of the Weird 12.02

News of the Weird 12.02

By Chuck Sheppard The collapse of the economy in 2008 might have reached the far corners of Earth, but evidently not to Planet Calypso, the make-believe asteroid containing make-believe real [...]

Rebecca Loebe

Rebecca Loebe

Indie Folk Singer, Performs on Pensacola Beach By Kate Peterson Singer, songwriter, guitar player and recording studio engineer—she does it all. Rebecca Loebe is performing at Paradise Bar [...]

Christmas Countdown 12.02

Christmas Countdown 12.02

{22 days} The countdown’s on. Be sure to check out these local businesses for holiday dining and gifts for those on your holiday checklist! ▼BEAUTY Still Waters Day & Medical Spa 20 [...]

Hot Times 12.02

Hot Times 12.02

THURSDAY 12.02 ‘A CHRISTMAS CAROL’ 8 p.m. Through Dec. 5. $16 adults, $12 per person for senior citizens and active military, $10 per person for non-UWF students and UWF faculty and staff and $5 [...]

Rant & Rave 12.2

Rant & Rave 12.2

A&E PRAISE What an entertaining and informative article that I found in my latest issue of the IN on Christmas plays written by Barry Shuck (Independent News, “Christmas Plays Offer Holiday [...]

The Last Word 12.02

The Last Word 12.02

Ellis W. Bullock IV President and Owner of Outerspaces, LLC What is your chief characteristic? Leadership What do you appreciate most about your friends? Everything Who is your favorite [...]

Ashton Needs You

Ashton Needs You

Ok, so Pensacola has finally elected our first strong mayor, Ashton Hayward III. Although we’ve given Ashton our two cents, we also wanted to remind him that there’s still a lot on the minds of [...]

Come Out and Play

Come Out and Play

New Bar Lets You Be A Kid Again By Hana Frenette Walk up the stairs to the second-story-bar Play, located directly between Hopjacks and Will Call on Palafox, and you will undoubtedly notice the [...]

Community Outreach 12.02

Community Outreach 12.02

2nd Annual Holiday Trees at Lee House event will raise funds for United Way Dr. Patrick Murray and Norma Fleming Murray, owners of Lee House Bed and Breakfast, invite the community to view Downtown [...]

Community Outreach: Local Cyclists Go the Distance for Toys for Tots

Community Outreach: Local Cyclists Go the Distance for Toys for Tots

PORC (Pensacola Off-Road Cyclists) invites you to spend 50 miles in the saddle on December 4th to help support Toys for Tots. If that is too many miles, there are 3 flights: a 50 mile Epic Ride [...]

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