Free Will Astrology

By Rob Brezsny Week of February 20 ARIES (March 21-April 19): Do you feel ready to change your mind about an idea or belief or theory that has been losing its usefulness? Would you consider changing your relationship with a once-powerful influence that is becoming less crucial to your life-long goals? Is it possible you […]

The Buzz – 2/20/20

Salzman Rakes in Cash GOP challenger Michelle Salzman raised more in January than District 1 State Representative Mike Hill (R) has collected since he announced his re-election bid in February 2019. Salzman raised $33,480 in January, bringing her total monetary contributions to $48,786. Last month, Salzman raised more cash than any other newcomer in state […]

‘Always in Season’ Makes Local Debut

By C. Scott Satterwhite Director and documentarian Jackie Olive is having her moment. Her long-awaited film “Always in Season” is a documentary about lynchings and the mysterious 2014 death of a young African American teenager. It premiered last year at the Sundance Film Festival to rave reviews. This week, thanks to the UWF Kugelman Honors […]

Winners & Losers – 2/20/20

Winners Dr. Patricia J. Wentz Dr. Wentz, a professor of educational leadership at the University of West Florida and a UWF Athletics Hall of Fame inductee, recently made her last pledge payment to create the Dr. Patricia Wentz Student-Athlete Leadership Scholarship Endowment. The scholarship will be provided to both men’s and women’s student-athlete leadership award […]

Skeletons of Copan

By Jeremy Morrison Dr. Katherine Miller Wolf can learn a lot about a person after they’re dead. The University of West Florida bioarchaeologist studies skeletons. “You can put on different clothes, decorate your house in different ways, have different objects around you where you’re trying to portray a particular identity or something like that,” Miller […]