Survivor Stories—Four Local Women Battle and Beat Breast Cancer

By Kelly Oden Stories Receiving the diagnosis from your physician is one of the most terrifying moments of a cancer survivor’s life. In that moment a million questions swirl through their minds and in the months that follow, all of those questions must be addressed and decided upon—treatment approaches, caretakers for themselves and their families, …
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The Voodoo That You Do So Well

By Tanner Yea If any city best encapsulates the spirit of Halloween, it may very well be New Orleans. The blend of cultures, gothic architecture and superstition give the whole city an air of mystery and the supernatural. All these aspects, combined with some of the largest names in music today, meld together to create …
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Barktoberfest, Prost!

By Tanner Yea October is a time for horror movies and crisp air, but is also the celebration of our favorite furry companions—our pets! Whether they meow or bark, now is the perfect time to take them into the cool weather to help support those pets that may not have homes, as a part of …
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Survey Says: Downtown Pensacola’s official Net Promoter Score

By Hana Frenette As Executive Director of the Downtown Improvement Board (DIB), Curt Morse has both a professional and personal interest in ensuring residents and visitors alike are enjoying their time in downtown Pensacola. The very mission of the DIB is to tirelessly enhance and promote Pensacola as a vibrant destination, and in August, the …
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An Act of Peace: 100k Poets for Change

By Tanner Yea In trying times, the best places to look for support are often in your own backyard: poets, musicians, artists and intellectuals you can stand with and learn from in order to help create real change and support in your community. You can find such a slice of life in Pensacola’s backyard on …
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A Homecoming: Chris Staples Returns

By Hana Frenette Chris Staples has played his fair share of shows in Pensacola. He grew up in Fort Walton Beach and after founding the band Twothirtyeight in 1995, he moved to Pensacola with his fellow bandmates and recorded the group’s first album, Missing You Dearly, in 1999. They played all the usual spots—the Handlebar, the …
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