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New Gaming and Comic Stores in Pensacola
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New Gaming and Comic Stores in Pensacola

By Nicholas Guest The Game Space, a tabletop gaming store and event venue, and Pensacola Pop Comics, a comic book store, recently opened in May. Harley Orr, owner of Pensacola Pop Comics, and Jason Picheo, owner of The Game Space, each sat down with the Corsair to share what they’ve learned opening a new Pensacola...

This Week in Comics
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This Week in Comics

By Cody Chavers and Nicholas Guest DC Aquaman #34 – Score: 3/5 Thankfully this issue is one big fight scene as Carlos Rodriguez’s art carries this issue, although he does have a few missteps, specifically with characters’ faces. Writer Jeff Parker’s dialog is really stale and holds the issue back. Batman Superman #13 – Score:...

Study for finals today with free salad and music
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Study for finals today with free salad and music

by William Patterson The Student Support Services “Justice League” and Student Activities are providing a free salad and music today from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. between buildings 1 and 6, giving students a relaxing and sunny atmosphere to study for finals.

Nature’s people visit downtown gallery
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Nature’s people visit downtown gallery

By: T. Cummings If you walk through the bottom floor of the 140 year-old Quayside Art Gallery building in downtown Pensacola, you will encounter a strange society hanging from its walls—a cow moose, several herons, an elephant seal, a cape buffalo, a black lab, a titmouse, some owls. They are the subjects of Nature’s People,...

‘The Great Gatsby’ Student Performance at Ashmore
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‘The Great Gatsby’ Student Performance at Ashmore

By: Rebecca Juntunen Viewing the world through rose-colored glasses is one thing, but viewing it through a kaleidoscope creates a whole new outlook of the people in it. Be prepared to confront this outlook if you plan to attend this weekend’s showing of “The Great Gatsby”. The production, staged by the Pensacola State College Theater...

SGA Presents ‘Catching Fire’ to Student Body
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SGA Presents ‘Catching Fire’ to Student Body

  By: Rebecca Juntunen On Thursday, February 20th, PSC’s main campus student center offered a free mini movie theater experience to students, complete with free drinks, popcorn, and snacks.  Students settled down at tables and couches in front of a huge projector screen, to watch “Catching Fire”— a film adaption of the second book in...

Oscar-nominated short films featured at Gulf Breeze theatre
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Oscar-nominated short films featured at Gulf Breeze theatre

by SA McMillan The Academy Awards are the highest honor bestowed upon filmmakers in the United States, and Movies 4 Cinema in Gulf Breeze has a treat not often seen—The Academy Award Nominated Short Films, both live action and animated. “There are five films in each category ranging from whimsical family films to serious foreign dramas,” said Dylan...

New Edition of the Hurricane Review is unveiled at the Open Book
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New Edition of the Hurricane Review is unveiled at the Open Book

  By: Rebecca Juntunen It’s been said that you should never judge a book by its cover. Well, except if it’s the newest edition of “the Hurricane Review” literary magazine, whose intriguing cover is a hazy snapshot of an elderly, overall-clad man, sitting beside his wife and holding a cigarette. This photo captures the essence...

Movie Review: The Lego Movie
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Movie Review: The Lego Movie

Fun, But Mostly Plastic by J. Scott Southworth Watch it… if you’re not picky about a clear or attractive visual style to your animated movies, and would be satisfied with some clever, rapid-fire humor in an otherwise colorful and pleasant animated adventure. Avoid it… if you’re expecting Pixar quality action and animation, for the necessary...