Points of Departure: UWF Art Gallery showcases beginner-level art

by Sean Minton, Staff Writer

The Points of Departure Foundation Exhibition is a beginner-level student exhibition hosted in building 82 from now until Jan. 24th. The gallery located in room 240 is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. …

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Pensacola Museum of Art hosts 65th annual ‘Youth Art Focus’

by Taylor Picconi, Staff Writer

The Pensacola Museum of Art opened its 65th annual “Youth Art Focus” on Friday, which features young artists from the Escambia County school system.

The exhibition is on display during National Youth Art Month …

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Rakugo: Sit-down comedy

by Hannah Guice, Staff Writer

Imagine a man sitting on a pillow imitating a white tiger at a zoo. You’re probably picturing a cartoon, but for Master Yanagiya Tozaburo III, or “Zabu,” this is his everyday life. Zabu specializes …

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Irresponsible: Hart grows up

by Hannah Guice, Staff Writer

Kevin Hart’s performance Sunday evening was anything but short of the relatable humor many of us love. With an iconic laugh and a contagious smile, Hart made not just me, but an overflowing crowd

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Recover, relocate, restart: Drag queen finds new home after Hurricane Michael

by Sean Minton, Staff Writer

During the beginning of October 2018, one of the most intense storms, Hurricane Michael, made its way through Panama City. Hundreds lost homes and were displaced. One Panama City local, Keenan Jordan, struggled to

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For the love of Odd: Introducing ‘Fandemonium’

by Wendell A. Slater, Staff Writer

Tell me if you’ve heard this hero’s journey before… A kid from New York City joins the Army and learns to use their unique gifts to help bring a positive change into the …

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‘Neck guy’ combats neckativity with MMA, Pensacola Island Fights

By Danielle Brown

Staff Writer

Charles Dion McDowell, the center of the biggest Facebook roast because of the size of his neck, was recruited by Island Fights CEO Dean Toole to train for a bout in Pensacola.

McDowell would be …

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UWF Department of Music makes room for Escambia High Jazz

By Andre Harrell II

Staff Writer

On Tuesday, Nov. 27, the University of West Florida Department of Music will present the Jazz Ensemble in concert, with special guest Escambia High Jazz, in the mainstage theater.…

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Five break up, recover songs: Mini Playlist

By Sean Minton

Staff Writer

There is an emotional journey to the end of a relationship. Whether it is grief or happiness everyone has their own story that they can live vicariously through in this miniature playlist.

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Indy musician redefining ‘Made in China’ with new distribution tactics

Adam Faber

Contributing Writer

For an aspiring musician, sitting down with a rapper who signed with a Def Jam label is an opportunity. The fact he went on to start his own record label, and is focusing on passing on …

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