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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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Carl Hiaasen, Miami-Herald columnist, speaks on First Amendment, weird Florida, shrinking newsrooms

by Sarah Richards

Photo courtesy of the University of West Florida

“I may be one of the only people in Pensacola to have appeared in an Andy Marlette cartoon and is still smiling,” Miami-Herald columnist, Carl Hiaasen, said at an

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First Amendment Lecture Series: Journalist, novelist, humorist Carl Hiaasen to lecture at New World Landing

by Sarah Richards

Crime and corruption with a bit of Floridian flair will be on the menu at New World Landing with novelist and columnist, Carl Hiaasen, as part of University of West Florida’s (UWF) Seligman First Amendment Lecture Series.…

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Local artist creates, connects through monster motif

by Hannah Guice, Staff Writer

Maria Landy is no outsider to the strange and stressful; she’s a sergeant for the Pensacola Police Department, after all. When the work day winds down, Landy finds consolation in creating and sculpting whimsical …

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Pensacola Museum of Art holds reception for ‘The Members Show’

by Taylor Picconi, Staff Writer

The Pensacola Museum of Art held a reception for their annual Members Art Show on Friday.

Members, along with their friends and family, packed the first and second floors of the museum. They enjoyed …

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Pensacola Museum of Art hosts Members Art Show

by Taylor Picconi, Staff Writer

The Pensacola Museum of Art opened its 65th annual Members Art Show on Friday with a soft opening that welcomed members and visitors to view the show.

The Members Art Show is an annual …

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SWAN Day: Pensacola to honor women artists

by Hannah Guice, Staff Writer

This Saturday, SWAN (Support Women Artists Now) Day will take place for the first time in Pensacola at Live! Juice Bar from 1-11 p.m.

An expansive variety of art, such as painting, poetry, singing …

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UWF Historic Trust opens Best of Show exhibit

by Taylor Picconi, Staff Writer

The UWF Historic Trust recently opened their Best of Show exhibit at the T.T. Wentworth Jr. Museum.  The exhibition features projects from the Escambia County District History Fair.  

Students chose a significant event …

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Ancient Rome comes to life on UWF campus

by Jamie Calvert, Staff Writer

Students at the University of West Florida brought Ancient Rome to life on campus Wednesday and Thursday after presenting a number of visual and hands-on demonstrations that focused on the historical time period.

“Daily …

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