The Story So Far

by Rob “Bubbs” Harris… StoryCorps Puts Lives On Display Have you ever sat down with someone and had them tell you about themselves, only to find out that they had a far more interesting…

Saturday Night's All Right For Bitin'

Blessed Be The Children Of The Night

If you have had access to a television over the past three years, you might have noticed an ever-growing trend in entertainment: vampires. Among films within “The Twilight Saga” and the abundance of bloodsucking TV shows such as “True Blood,” “The Gates,” and “The Vampire Diaries,” it almost seems as if it wouldn’t come as much of a surprise if we found out that vampires actually do exist.

Staff Pick: Southern Sundays

SOUTHERN SUNDAY SUPPERS AT THE FISH HOUSE Beginning on Aug. 22, every Sunday after 5 p.m., a fixed-price menu will be offered that will feature traditional Southern items with a modern touch. The fixed-price…

Hot Times 08.19.10

  THURSDAY 08.19 EVENINGS IN OLDE SEVILLE SQUARE 7-9 p.m. Enjoy the last performance of the season with Clark & Company. Seville Square at Government and Alcaniz streets. 438-6505 or pensacolaheritage.org. WOMEN-ONLY MORNING RUNS…

Last Word: Edwin Banacia

  Edwin Banacia, Senior Director, Media, Ideaworks USA… What is your chief characteristic? Googleability What do you appreciate most about your friends? Friends? I don’t have friends in real life anymore. They all exist…

News of the Weird 8.19.10

by Chuck Shepard… A recent surge of neo-Nazism in several countries — including, improbably, Israel, and Mongolia (where some dark-skinned natives are rabidly anti-Chinese) — has generally been denounced, but Corinna Burt credited it…

The Public Record: Jonathan Walker

by Maxwell Chase… Dear Maxwell, I think it’s important for the people of Pensacola to know the story of Jonathan Walker. Please explain. -Tasha P. …………………… Before the start of the Civil War, Jonathan…

Self-Help Never Sexier

“Eat, Pray, Love” Opens in Theaters this Weekend

It seems international travel is the new American highway. Kerouac’s road has all but been replaced with Eurail and foreign bistros, no doubt crammed with Americans who are “finding themselves.”

Perhaps it’s no surprise then that travelogues are amassing astounding popularity: the one of the moment being “Eat, Pray, Love” by Elizabeth Gilbert. Released in 2006, the book made leaps and bounds up the New York Times Best Seller list. This weekend, the film starring Julia Roberts and Javier Bardem will be released into theaters. Self-discovery has never been sexier.

Big Top on the Beach

 

Covenant Hospice Hosts 16th Annual Evening of Comedy

The big top is on the beach, and its purpose includes a better cause than just making you laugh.

Covenant Hospice is hosting its 16th Annual Evening of Comedy Aug. 14 at the Hilton Pensacola Beach Gulf Front, and this year’s theme is none other than the circus.

Hot Times 8.12.10

Hot Times

THURSDAY 08.12
EVENINGS IN OLDE SEVILLE SQUARE 7-9 p.m. weekly through Aug. 12. Grab a blanket and a picnic basket for the free summer concert series. The Swingin’ Dick Tracys will be taking the stage this week. Seville Square on the corner of Government and Alcaniz streets. 438-6505.



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