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IN Interview: The Electric Six

IN Interview: The Electric Six

Detroit’s ‘Wild Bunch’ comes to Vinyl By SEAN BOONE They took you to the “Gay Bar,” hit you with a shot of “High Voltage,” and put you on the floor with the “Dance Commander.” [...]

Cover Story: Food and Wine Calendar

Cover Story: Food and Wine Calendar

Oct. 1 Friday Wine & Beer Tastings 4-7 p.m. every Friday. Distinctive Kitchens Wine Tasting 5:15-7:30 p.m. weekly. Central Grocery Wine Tasting 5-7 p.m. weekly. Seville Quarter Oct. [...]

Outtakes 9.30

Outtakes 9.30

FLICKER OF HOPE The most fragile of all virtues may be hope. It’s that flicker of light at the end of a long dark tunnel, or the whiff of fried bacon that drifts into your bedroom which just may [...]

Cover Story: New Kids on The Block

Cover Story: New Kids on The Block

Unique new restaurants open this fall By Sean Boone It’s sometimes tough to find good, local food around town—and even harder for the local restaurants just starting out to find you. For this [...]

Cover Story: EAT! Fall 2010 Featured Dining Directory

Cover Story: EAT! Fall 2010 Featured Dining Directory

600 South and New World Landing 600 South Palafox, 432-5254, 600southpalafox.com Located in the heart of downtown Pensacola, 600 South offers delectable tapas prepared by renowned Chef Tony Wall, [...]

7 Days 9.30

7 Days 9.30

Monday, Sept. 20 Two women are shot to death in a home invasion on Pearson Road. Investigators have not released any further details on the deaths of Raquel White, 32, and Melanie Lancto, [...]

HOT TIMES 9.30-10.13

HOT TIMES 9.30-10.13

THURSDAY 09.30 A TASTE OF THE SEASON 5:30 p.m. Jackson’s Chef Irv Miller will introduce his fall/winter menu accompanied by wine selections from Curtis Flower of Distinctive Kitchens. $65. [...]

Beyond the Beach

Beyond the Beach

Art and Wine Weekend Gives Pensacola Beach a New Meaning By Jennie McKeon Pensacola Beach has more to offer than just catching rays and waves. At the third annual Art and Wine Weekend—Saturday, [...]

Brahms, Not Bombs

Brahms, Not Bombs

Pensacola Symphony Orchestra Kicks Off Its 85th Season by Will Strickland It’s time to get out your most dashing attire and head down to the Saenger Theatre for the beginning of another superb [...]

The Buzz 9.30

The Buzz 9.30

ACLU Sues Sheriff The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and the Florida Justice Institute (FJI) filed on September 21 a class action lawsuit against Santa Rosa County Sheriff Wendell Hall. The [...]

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