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Wednesday, September 10th, 2014

Young Band Rocks the Moose Lodge in FoWal

Our fearless music correspondent caught the band’s gig at Fort Walton Beach’s Moose Lodge on Aug. 29...
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Wednesday, September 17th, 2014

Larger and Faster, with Higher Patient Capacity

Submitted by Linda Dunwoody:Sacred Heart Health System is flying a new air-ambulance helicopter that is larger, faster and has a higher patient-weight capacity. The new member of the AIRHeart team, th
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Monday, September 15th, 2014

Reid Soria and Amid Montelongo

His love of singing was fed by a musical family, “Every time he goes to a family reunion they make him sing,” says Alvarez. At 11, Montelongo had written his first song. At 15, he was part of Anonima Quattro, a band that toured and recorded...
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Friday, September 12th, 2014

Tips from the Couch with Tim Morinelli

Sure, more and more rules may complicate it a bit, but for the most part, it’s simple. I’m a simple guy. This works out quite well for a football fan like me. I can sit on the couch and vocally engage in a sport on TV I have no business commenting on because I’ve only played in grade school...
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Thursday, September 11th, 2014

Beer en Espanol and What a Great View

Not that the two taste anything alike, mind you. The dark Negra Modelo has more complexity than the Corona as well as some interesting fruity notes. There’s enough flavor contrast that though it’s a bit heavier than Corona, it still pairs well with Latino food...
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Thursday, September 11th, 2014

Plus Leather, Sterling Silver, Handbags, Local Art

“I always loved pearls,” Bath says of the most common element in her creations. “Where I grew up, they’re highly expensive.” She moved here with her husband in 2010, and started selling her stuff at a little table in Destin’s Osaka Restaurant (“I love sushi!” Bath gushes) for a couple years...
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Thursday, September 11th, 2014

Open Midnight-Noon on Okaloosa Island

My daughter Grace (the Tiny Diner) and I ate brunch at Asiago’s on a recent weekday (my wife was working). It was late morning (I wanted to beat the early rush), and only two other parties were there. As time passed, however, more customers came in, including several vacationing families...