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Spring For Some Art

Spring For Some Art

By Janie Cobb As if to unburden the scarf and boot-clad Pensacolians of their winter weariness, the First City Art Center (FCAC) has announced its Second Annual Spring Fling Art Sale, the opening [...]

Cookies and Cakes and Pi

Cookies and Cakes and Pi

Friday night is Gallery Night. It's also national Pi day. And more importantly, it's Cookies and Cake one year anniversary. To celebrate their first year of being Pensacola's coolest rapping duo [...]

Giveaway: Hangout Fest Tickets

Giveaway: Hangout Fest Tickets

Love live music? And the beach? Yeah, we thought so. If you're anything like us, you're already counting down the days until  May 16 (aka Hangout Fest day 1).  Headliners for this year’s [...]

The Green (Thumb) Issue

The Green (Thumb) Issue

This year's theme—The Green Thumb Issue—focuses on all things planted and flowering and is dedicated to all you black thumbs out there (ourselves included). We hope everyone learns a few new [...]

Ears & Fingers 3/13/14

Ears & Fingers 3/13/14

by Jason Leger Black Lips-Underneath the Rainbow Unconcerned, freewheeling, raucous and dark are all words that popped into my head while listening to “Underneath the Rainbow,” the new LP [...]

Winners & Losers 3/13/14

Winners & Losers 3/13/14

Winners Ashton Hayward The mayor of Pensacola scored a victory when the Escambia Board of County Commissioners approved an interlocal agreement between the city and the county by a 4-1 vote. The [...]

Growing Up and Giving Back

Growing Up and Giving Back

By Sarah McCartan Before beginning your spring gardening projects, consider paying a visit to an area plant nursery, which not only helps you grow your own garden, but also provides the [...]

Irish or Not, Here It Comes

Irish or Not, Here It Comes

Hot on the heels of Mardi Gras comes yet another weekend of planned partying, this one in honor of St. Patrick’s Day. As the holiday falls on a Monday this year, the Irish-themed festivities run [...]

Will Work For Plants

Will Work For Plants

By Jessica Forbes In some ways, keeping a plant alive can seem like a bit of a hassle, at least for those of us who have a hard time remembering to water things—especially at work. But it might [...]

The Soundtrack of Peace

The Soundtrack of Peace

By Jennifer Leigh For the past 50 years, South African acapella group Ladysmith Black Mambazo has been dedicated to spreading the message of peace and love around the world. “Our late [...]

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