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‘Getting to Zero’

‘Getting to Zero’

World AIDS Day in Pensacola By Jennifer Leigh Michael Jones is one of the 1,219 people living with HIV in Escambia County. This March will mark 11 years since Jones was first diagnosed. Just [...]

Ears & Fingers 11/28/14

Ears & Fingers 11/28/14

By Jason Leger Revisited: Cursive-The Ugly Organ It’s been 11 years since Cursive released their dark masterpiece, “The Ugly Organ,” and Saddle Creek is giving it the expanded reissue [...]

An Artsy Alternative

An Artsy Alternative

If you’re looking for even more stuff to do on Black Friday that doesn’t involve waiting in long lines and getting in parking lot fights at the mall, check out painter Panhandle Slim’s outdoor [...]

Next Up:  Anti-Corruption Amendment

Next Up: Anti-Corruption Amendment

By Rick Outzen Anti-Corruption reform that would address the undue influence of money on politics could be coming to the city of Pensacola. On November 4, the city of Tallahassee voters [...]

News of the Weird 11/28/14

News of the Weird 11/28/14

By Chuck Shepherd Update Indonesia's holy "Sex Mountain" on the island of Java is still performing its incomprehensible function of making Muslims feel prosperous and optimistic if they have [...]

Ears & Fingers 11/20/14

Ears & Fingers 11/20/14

By Jason Leger Foo Fighters-Sonic Highways There is no questioning Dave Grohl’s appreciation of music as an art form. He studies the manipulation of sounds and the craft of audio [...]

Winter Eats: All Spoons In

Winter Eats: All Spoons In

Soups you need to hurry up and eat while it’s soup eating weather •Lin’s Famous Hot and Sour Soup from Shark Fin by Joani If you would have asked me a few years ago, I would have told you [...]

The Buzz 11/20/14

The Buzz 11/20/14

Staying in the Dark At its Committee of the Whole meeting on Nov. 13, the Escambia Board of County Commissioners delayed approval of a public-private partnership that would have installed outdoor [...]

Outtakes—A Not So Simple Plan

Outtakes—A Not So Simple Plan

It was a simple plan. It had buy-in from Mayor Ashton Hayward, Superintendent of Schools Malcolm Thomas and Sheriff David Morgan. The county would provide nominal seed money, the majority of it [...]

Winter Eats ’14

Winter Eats ’14

All Spoons In Soups you need to hurry up and eat while it’s soup eating weather All The  Southern Ladles Interview with Southern Ladle owner and chef Christy Couch The Soup [...]

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