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News of the Weird 9/18/14

News of the Weird 9/18/14

By Chuck Shepherd New Frontiers in American Vacuousness The WE cable network disclosed in August that it had ordered a nine-episode adaptation of a British series, "Sex Box," in which a couple [...]

More Reasons to Attend Gallery Night

More Reasons to Attend Gallery Night

Bringing a Project Full Circle The first part of the Graffiti Bridge Project (GBP) involved photographer Rachael Pongetti visiting the railroad trestle at 17th Avenue every day for one year. The [...]

MRENC: A Collective of One

MRENC: A Collective of One

By Sarah McCartan Inspired by the scenery, heat, humidity, and subcultures, lifelong Floridian Eric Collins has been deep in the heart of the Florida music scene for a number of years. If you [...]

The Biggest Wedding in Town

The Biggest Wedding in Town

By Jessica Forbes Aspiring wedding crashers and hopeless romantics all have a shot at a good time this Gallery Night, as all of Pensacola is invited to watch a couple celebrate their love during [...]

Outtakes—Years In The Making

Outtakes—Years In The Making

The City of Pensacola has signed a lease with VT Mobile Aerospace Engineering. The deal calls for an aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul facility to be built at the airport that will add 300 [...]

Ears & Fingers 9/18/14

Ears & Fingers 9/18/14

By Jason Leger Death from Above 1979-The Physical World “She uses her body to say the things that she can’t say.” Death from Above 1979 decided to use these words to open their sophomore [...]

Calendar 9/18/14

Calendar 9/18/14

THURSDAY 9.18 “ALASKA, FOOD FOR THE WINTER” AT SO GOURMET Noon-1 p.m. Go northwest at So Gourmet with a lunch and cooking class menu of potato, sausage and cheese chowder, pan-seared salmon [...]

Fest Up

Fest Up

A Fall Festival Season Primer Plus day trips, races, and other can't miss events

Winners & Losers 9/18/14

Winners & Losers 9/18/14

Winners Ashton Hayward If someone ever needed some good news, it was Pensacola’s mayor and he got it in bunches last week. On Tuesday, with unanimous approval of the City Council, the mayor [...]

Loud and Quiet Can Be the Same Thing

Loud and Quiet Can Be the Same Thing

By Hana Frenette Who is Patrick Shuttleswerth? What have we done to deserve the doling out of deafness from a person whose name sounds only vaguely familiar? “My name is Patrick [...]

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