Modern Living on the Bayou

Written by Hana Frenette, photographed by Guy Stevens and Steven Vance  When Ashton and An Hayward planned the design of their modern and airy home along beautiful Bayou Texar in East Hill, the two had several key elements in mind: an open floor plan, the use of natural light, and an effortless flow of indoor …
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STRFKR Q+A

By Hana Frenette I feel like I hear a lot about Catholic guilt these and in review I read recently of your last album, the interviewer was convinced you reference that guilt on the new album. Is it a real thing for you, and if it is it, when did you first notice it in …
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Summer Podcasts to Binge

By Tanner Yea and Hana Frenette You Must Remember This The perfect show to listen to as you lounge along the shoreline. This series explores the secrets and forgotten history of Hollywood over the decades. Host and former film critic for LA Weekly, Karina Longworth, provides extensive research while working each episode into a wildly …
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Summertime Festivals in the City

By Hana Frenette and Tanner Yea Pride Fest On June 17, Pensacola’s LGBTQ community will come together to kick off the sixth annual PensacolaPRIDE festival in downtown Seville Square. The event is hosted by GayGrassroots of Northwest Florida and will offer a variety of family friendly elements: local food vendors, arts and crafts booths, cold …
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Secret Gardens of Pensacola

Compiled by Kelly Oden, Photography by Hana Frenette and Guy Stevens Each year, the Pensacola Federation of Garden Clubs chooses six homeowners who open their beautiful gardens to the public for a weekend of inspiration and education. The Secret Gardens Tour presents six unique and beautiful private residential gardens, selected for their creativity, use of …
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Captured Moments

By Kelly Oden You may not recognize Barbara Resler Weeks’ name, but it’s very likely you’ve seen her work. Her paintings of Pensacola’s historic homes and landscapes hang in many local collections—in car dealerships, condo buildings, law offices and universities. Weeks’ large body of work encompasses everything from watercolors of her beloved Pensacola and other …
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