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My interview with Hal Holbrook

Actor Hal Holbrook died last month. He was probably most famous for his one-man stage show he developed, “Mark Twain Tonight!,” for which he won…

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Sutton passes away

Hall of Fame pitcher, baseball announcer and Tate High alumnus Don Sutton passed away in sleep Tuesday night. Don was a master storyteller, and I…

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Limited Edition GGAF Poster on sale

With the cancellation of this year’s Great Gulfcoast Arts Festival due to COVID-19, the Festival Committee invited local artist Kreg Yingst to create a poster…

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National Seashore Superintendent to retire

GULF BREEZE, FL. – After more than 43 years of public service, Gulf Islands National Seashore Superintendent Dan Brown will retire on January 2, 2021….

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Ft. Pickens area opens tomorrow

Gulf Islands National Seashore will reopen the Fort Pickens Area at 8 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 5 under COVID-19 Adaptive Recovery Phase II operations and…

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‘Blood in The Water’ makes IndieReader list

Best Reviewed Books of the Month – By IndieReader Thanksgiving is in the rear view and we’re wishing all of our readers and authors a…

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Podcast: Bruce Robert Coffin, Portland and John Byron

Recently, I interviewed author Bruce Robert Coffin for my podcast “And the Murders Began.” Bruce spent more than 27 years in law enforcement and supervised…

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Christmas on the Coast tickets on sale

Christmas on the Coast is a dazzling holiday spectacular where the singers of the Pensacola Children’s Chorus will transform sunny weather into a winter wonderland….

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Great Gulfcoast Arts Festival 2020 poster available online

With the cancellation of this year’s Great Gulfcoast Arts Festival due to COVID-19, the Festival Committee invited local artist Kreg Yingst to create a poster…

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