Wednesday August 27th 2014
by Chuck Shepherd's
Updates In 2007 News of the Weird highlighted the clothes cults of impoverished Congo: “In (the country that) has lost an estimated 4 million people in the civil wars of the [...]
Bartender at the Atlas Oyster House, Get Down co-organizer, Battle of the Bay organizer
What is your chief characteristic?
My often ill-timed and eternal sense of [...]
KAREN SINDEL The rookie candidate fell just 152 votes short of beating incumbent Escambia County Commissioner Gene Valentino. With little money or name recognition, Sindel received more [...]
Last year I was SCUBA diving in Pensacola Bay, and I found an old brick. I’m guessing it’s over 100 years old. There aren’t any markings (or they’ve been washed away). Any idea [...]
Jury-Duty Spay and Neuter Raise Money for Homeless Pets
By Jennie McKeon
It’s time to cough up your money and support Jury-Duty Spay and Neuter at the second annual Fur Ball.
The Fur Ball [...]
IN Readers’ Reigning “Best Band” Set To Release New Album
By Rob “Bubbs” Harris
The Smart Brothers have come a long way, and ventured off even further, in the past four or five years [...]
Don't forget to attend this month's "Culture Club" at Pensacola Museum of Art Thursday night.
It's all about "culture, cocktails & connections."
BLUES, ROCK, & VIDEO [...]
15th Annual New Beginnings Art Show Slated for September 10-12
This year marks the 15th anniversary of the New Beginnings Art Show, sponsored by Angel’s Garden and benefitting [...]
The NY Times dissects the ins and outs of the Tea Party candidates and what they need to do to bridge the gap of the Republican party.