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

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.

The Last Word: Riannon Morgan

  Riannon Morgan Assistant Art Department Manager, Appleyard Agency What is your chief characteristic? Outgoing What do you appreciate most about your friends? We’re a family. We really love each other. Who is your…

News of the Weird 8.12.10


by Chuck Shepard
Woody Allen Joke Come to Life: Shirley Anderson, 71, is suing her son Ken, 46, in Vancouver, British Columbia, for parental support — even though she and his father had abandoned him when he was 15 (having one day just picked up and moved and, as in Mr. Allen’s joke, “left no forwarding address”).

Community Outreach 8.12.10

BAYVIEW PARK FLEA MARKET Vendors will have their products for sale in Bayview Park at Blount St. and 20th Avenue every first Saturday of the month from 9 a.m. to noon. Items for sale will include clothing, pottery, jewelry, baked goods and more. If you are interested in becoming a vendor or would like more information, call 436-5190, e-mail HYPERLINK “”, or visit HYPERLINK “”

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