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‘Gamers and Geeks’ takes over Pensacon 2020

Hobby store Gamers and Geeks from Mobile, AL took over running the 2020 Pensacon game room in the Pensacola Grand Hotel, offering board, tabletop and card games to attendees.

In previous years, local businessman Mike Bobe, owner of Bobe’s Hobby

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Roland Paris shares artwork at Pensacon 2020

by Jay O’Bryan, Staff Writer

A crowd at Pensacon begins to gather around the booth with drawings of heroes that range from Spider-Man to Green Lantern.  Artist and inker Roland Paris opens his sketch book as he starts a new

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Jenni Gregory brings years of knowledge and experience to Pensacon 2020

by Jay O’Bryan, Staff Writer

It’s 10:15 a.m. and the doors have just opened for day two of Pensacon.  In the northeast corner of Artist Alley, Jenni Gregory is setting up her booth, which contains prints of characters such as

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Heaven is a place on Earth: A critical review of UWF Theatre’s ‘Silent Sky’

by Aubrey Shelton, Staff Writer

In a stellar display of student talent and technical prowess, the UWF Theatre department’s production of “Silent Sky” sheds a little starlight on an untold story, stealing the hearts of its viewers and bringing the

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Here’s to you, Mrs. Robinson: A critical review of ‘King Arthur’s Socks’

by Aubrey Shelton, Staff Writer

“King Arthur’s Socks” is an excellent display of talent and technical application from the students of the University of West Florida, restrained by an imperfect script.

“King Arthur’s Socks,” written by Floyd Dell and directed

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This Argo Life: Episode 6—Local Artists

Staff writers and UWF Voyager podcasters Joshua Harrover and Grant Bridges interview a few bands that are bringing new and unique sound to Pensacola.

 

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“Silent Sky” coming to UWF

by Aubrey Shelton, Staff Writer

The UWF Department of Theater is opening its doors for a production of Lauren Gunderson’s “Silent Sky” this February in the Center for Fine and Performing Arts Studio Theatre.

Written in 2015, “Silent Sky” follows

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Celebrate the holidays with the choral society of Pensacola

Contributed by Charlie Smoke, Choral Society of Pensacola

In December, the Choral Society of Pensacola invites the community to enjoy two events certain to brighten the holidays.

On Saturday, December 7, the Society continues an annual tradition, presenting Handel’s Messiah

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Stompfest brings Pensacola to life with rich cultural history

by Mya Clark, Editor

The second annual Stompfest took place at the Pensacola Bay Center on Nov. 2, featuring a diverse group of performances from fraternities and sororities, dance troupes, Booker T. Washington’s Marching Wildcat band and special performances by

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Undergraduates Over 40: Musician Finds Her Major at UWF

by Sarah Richards

“I was forty-four when I went back,” Rachel Giordano, a communications major at the University of West Florida, said.  “I had just gotten out of a divorce after twenty-two years of being married. Once that happened, I

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