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Music Review: Sia – The Greatest

Music Review: Sia – The Greatest

Image Courtesy of RCA Records By Matthew Daniels With her recent single, The Greatest, Sia throws the listener a thrilling beat and gives them the stamina that’s felt in the song. ...

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Hello Dolly Play Review

Hello Dolly Play Review

By: Anna Johnson With characters, costumes and a set as colorful as the play itself, Hello, Dolly! is sure to catch your eye. Directed by Rodney Whatley, this rendition of the cla ...

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Amateur astronomers celebrate 40 years

Amateur astronomers celebrate 40 years

By Becca Carlson September 30 marked the 40th Anniversary of the partnership between The Escambia Amateur Astronomy Association (EAAA) and Gulf Islands National Seashore. The part ...

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Rocking the Crystal Coast

Rocking the Crystal Coast

  By Becca Carlson Nestled comfortably in the heart of the Southern music scene, Pensacola musicians draw influences from nearby music capitals such as New Orleans, Atlanta, ...

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Party in the USA

Party in the USA

Election highlights conflicts caused by years of shifting ideologies within America’s dominant political parties. By: Michael Blackwell and Kelli Green   This election season ...

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New RPG Rolls Critical Success on Funding

New RPG Rolls Critical Success on Funding

By Rebecca Carlson and Michael Blackwell Photo provided by Grim and Perilous Studios   Pensacola local Tanner Yea still can’t believe that the tabletop Role Playing Game (RPG ...

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Why RuPaul’s Emmy Nomination Is Giving Me Life.

Why RuPaul’s Emmy Nomination Is Giving Me Life.

BY: Kelli Green The nominations for this year’s Primetime Emmy awards were released on Thursday, July 24th. The Emmys celebrate achievement and excellence in television. The nomin ...

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The ever expanding World of Warcraft

The ever expanding World of Warcraft

By Michael Blackwell With the blockbuster Warcraft movie premiered this past June and the new expansion set to be released at the end of August, interest in Blizzard's Warcraft fr ...

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Shattering the GED stereotype

Shattering the GED stereotype

By Tracey Squaire       For years, people who got a General Education Diploma (GED) instead of a high school diploma have been seen as less intelligent than those w ...

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