Tuesday October 21st 2014
Deluna Fest Weekend Is Finally Upon Us
By Bradley “Beej” Davis, Jr.
As Don Tristan de Luna settled and made Pensacola his home 450 years ago, the same goes for an October namesake music [...]
What is your chief characteristic?
Dedication—it gets you through the tough spots and always to the good things.
What do you appreciate most about your [...]
New Mary Jane Delivers ‘Grifter’ Comfort
by Sean Boone
Defining the indie-art genre of the 1990s, The Grifters gained a reputation for being one of the South’s great underground rock [...]
‘BREAKING THE SILENCE’ TOUR OF GULF COAST KIDS HOUSE 8:30 a.m. This introduction to “Kid’s House” provides an informative overview of the concepts and processes of the [...]
Fair Still Tops In Entertainment, Tradition
By Sean Boone
The roar of The Zipper, the smell of the funnel cakes, the lights that illuminate a three-mile radius. Ah yes, it’s that time [...]
Monday, Oct. 4
A safe with more than $20,000 in it is stolen from Steve Barnhill’s Buffet on Brent Lane.
Tuesday, Oct. 5
Arson is suspected in a fire that destroys an abandoned Molino home. [...]
More Creative Alternate-Site Surgery: Doctors from the University of California, San Diego, and the University of Washington announced in September that they could just as well handle certain brain [...]
PANDORA’S BOX Last week, we published an article on the Envision Escarosa debacle (Independent News, “United We Fail,” Oct. 7). I believe the failure of community leaders to embrace the goals [...]
Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros Bring Message of Optimism to the Sand
By Brett Hutchins
Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros are not the type of band that typically shows up in Pensacola, or [...]
Mack Joins Team Wiggins City Councilwoman and former mayoral candidate Diane Mack gave Mike Wiggins her stamp of approval for the November election.
Mack said that there were four things she [...]