Have a happy Valentine’s Day with ‘The Vagina Monologues’

Audiences all over the world will laugh and cry during performances that will take place three months out of the year since 1998. Artel Gallery in downtown Pensacola will host a performance of “The Vagina Monologues” on Friday. Playwright Eve Ensler allows groups to produce the monologues in February, March and April. “The Vagina Monologues” […]

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Pulp Fiction: Novels displayed at The UWF Art Gallery

  The exploitive covers of pulp magazines were showcased in The Art Gallery at the University of West Florida’s Center for Fine and Performing Arts. Pulp magazines were a staple of the newsstands of the 1920s on through the 1950s. A massively produced form of fiction, they were once integral to American culture. “They were […]

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Something big is coming: Fans of horror, comics and more to gather at Pensacon

Your inner geek will explode with excitement on the weekend of Feb. 21 in downtown Pensacola. Pensacon, Pensacola’s first all-inclusive fan convention will feature comics, sci-fi, gaming, fantasy, anime, horror and more. Mike Ensley, chairman of Pensacon, said that this event will cater to everyone’s interests. “We tried to make sure that this was an […]

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Pensacola Little Theatre takes flight with ‘Boeing Boeing’

An American architect’s bachelor lifestyle in Paris brought laughter to the audience, at the Pensacola Little Theatre on Saturday night, after it was revealed that he was engaged to three women simultaneously in “Boeing Boeing,” a play by Marc Camoletti. “Boeing Boeing” is a light-hearted comedy set in the 1960s in Paris, France. Bernard, played […]

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The Art of War: PMA holds world war propaganda exhibit

By Alisa Festagallo Walking in to the new “Design of War” exhibit at the Pensacola Museum of Art, you might just think there are a bunch of cartoon posters on the wall, but these posters portray the blood, sweat and tears that American soldiers shed during World War I and World War II. Patrick Rowe, […]

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LGBT Flim Fest Shows Pride

By Amanda Shaffer For the second year, the Pensacola LGBT Film Festival will help educate LGBT and straight community members by showing a mixture of short and feature-length films at various places in Pensacola Oct. 8-11. On Oct. 8, the LGBT Festival will kick off at the University of West Florida Center for Performing Arts […]

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AASA holds Fifth Annual Poerty Slam

By: Alisa Festagallo The room turned pitch black. A spotlight shined down on the first performer. The crowd anxiously waited to hear poems. The African American Students Association put on its fifth annual poetry slam on Oct. 2. University of West Florida students and people from the community packed the Commons Auditorium to hear poets […]

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‘Down in the Dumps’ raises awareness for LGBT issues

By Cody Blankenship Suicide awareness, depression and coming out as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender were issues raised by “Down in the Dumps,” an interactive theater performance, on Monday, Sept. 9. The Performance was held in the University of West Florida Conference Center. “Down in the Dumps” is an interactive theater performance put on by […]

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Art meets technology

By Amanda Shaffer The Art of Design was an 11 day student art exhibition that consisted of promotional posters created by graphic design interns for The Art Gallery’s past exhibitions. The posters were on display until Sept. 7. The Art Gallery (TAG) always features student and faculty work as well as contemporary art. The goal […]

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Pensacola celebrates Earth Day

The soft vocals of local performers blanketed over the sounds of children playing, dogs barking and vendors attempting to save the environment. The Earth Day Pensacola festival took place on Saturday in Bayview Park. The festival featured more than 40 vendors and organizations. Each booth had an environmental aspect to it. Some were selling their […]

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