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Winners & Losers 8/21/14

Winners & Losers 8/21/14

Winners H.K. Matthews The Pensacola civil rights pioneer was awarded the "Gandhi, King, Ikeda Community Builders Prize" for his lifetime of work to advance civil rights by Atlanta's Morehouse [...]

Seeing the World Through Steve McCurry’s Lens

Seeing the World Through Steve McCurry’s Lens

By Jennifer Leigh When photographer Steve McCurry took a portrait of a young Afghan girl while traveling with refugees in Pakistan in the early 1980s, there was probably no telling what would come [...]

The Tree House Picture Show

The Tree House Picture Show

By Jennifer Leigh It has a new name and new equipment, but the same dedicated staff. Movies 4 in Gulf Breeze—now Tree House Cinema—is back. Tripp Jordan had only been working at the [...]

Ears & Fingers 8/21/14

Ears & Fingers 8/21/14

By Jason Leger On The Horizon: J Mascis-Tied to a Star A couple of months ago, I may have made a tad bit of a faux pas in my review of “HEAL,” the brilliant new album from Strand of Oaks. J [...]

Lead the Way

Lead the Way

By Jennifer Leigh Quint Studer, of Studer Group and Studer Institute, author of six books, philanthropist and much more, is willing to spend a whole day with you sharing his secrets of [...]

Calendar 8/14/14

Calendar 8/14/14

THURSDAY 8.14 “IT’S HIP TO BE SQUARE” AT SO GOURMET Noon-1 p.m. Learn to use a Rice Cube beautiful presentations of otherwise ordinary food. On the menu for this cooking class and lunch: [...]

10 Albums from 2014 You Should Already Own

10 Albums from 2014 You Should Already Own

By Jason Leger • Mac DeMarco-Salad Days Mac DeMarco is an opportunist. He takes chances he wants and writes by his own rules. His second album, “Salad Days,” should be more than enough to [...]

News of the Weird 8/14/14

News of the Weird 8/14/14

By Chuck Shepherd Think Your Own Last Flight Was Unpleasant? (1) The May 28 US Airways flight from Los Angeles to Philadelphia had to be diverted to Kansas City after a passenger's service dog did [...]

Primary Primer

Primary Primer

If everything you know about the upcoming Primary Election is based on campaign ads and fundraising emails, you might think Gov. Rick Scott and former Gov. Charlie Crist are the only guys on the [...]

Honey on the Bayou

Honey on the Bayou

By Jessica Forbes Though it’s no easy feat, over the last several years Honey Island Swamp Band (HISB) has risen amongst the musical ranks in New Orleans to become favorites both in the Big Easy [...]

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