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Friday, November 21st, 2014

Duo Offers a New Twist on Old Timey Music

"Most of what we do is really old, and we didn’t really write it,” says Jones, “although we change everything we play..."
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Thursday, November 20th, 2014

After-Holiday Dinner Sipping

All the above beverages have one thing in common—they help settle your tummy. Before modern pharmacology, liqueurs were often used as traditional remedies. Armed with the above dozen—and these are only a few—you can have thirds of Aunt Louise’s leaden cornbread dressing...
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Thursday, November 20th, 2014

FoWal Rock Trio Scores with New EP

Leathem also talks about the importance of “trying to convey our life stories.” For the band, that means pulling from the good and the bad. “We just try to capture a realistic feel of real life situations and try not to go for any cliché, usual things that you would normally hear..."
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Thursday, November 20th, 2014

Our Beer Authority Tries on Some Holiday Brews

Finding a great beer is pretty easy. But finding a great pumpkin beer? Not so much. They’re usually too sweet, too heavy, too spicy, not spicy enough, lacking or overdosed with pumpkin flavor...
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Thursday, November 20th, 2014

This Issue's Cover Artist, Plus Your Thoughts and Comments

We’re always happy to get involved with fun events throughout Beachcomberland, especially when they put our logo on the t-shirts. Upcoming events we’re sponsoring (along with other great businesses) include Shelter House’s Fourth Annual Luminaria Run...
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Tuesday, November 11th, 2014

We Visit the Walter Anderson and Ohr-O'Keefe Galleries

On the other hand, studies show that an adventurous spirit invigorates and nourishes the soul. It keeps us young or at least young at heart. Optimists live longer and hardier lives. So why not step it up? Make your way to two fine art museums along the Gulf Coast of Mississippi and add some creative oomph...
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Friday, November 7th, 2014

The New Hero of the Palms of Destin

Once inside the resort’s main building, you make a right turn. The restaurant is at the end of a hallway. It’s a pretty large place, with a bar/lounge area on the right, and a spacious dining room to the left. There’s also an outdoor covered patio, complete with bandstand, fountains, auxiliary bar, and a pool...