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Wednesday, March 18th, 2015

Nobody Dies for Real at Annual Fundraiser

Horizons of Okaloosa County and Act4Murder presented Redneck Rivalry, a comedic murder mystery for dinner theater, at Wyndham Garden Inn on Okaloosa Island in Fort Walton Beach Friday...
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Tuesday, March 24th, 2015

Partners with Sunshine Shuttle & Limousine

Community transportation in South Walton took another leap forward with the addition of a Grand Boulevard stop to the existing Sandestin “Sandtram” program. The route, which covers the entire 2,20
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Friday, March 27th, 2015

Plus - Sour Beers, Mixed Results

Now we like grapefruit just fine, especially the pink ones. And juiced with a shot of vodka? That’s Sunday brunch in a glass, right there. But mix grapefruit juice with beer and throw in a lot of sugar—which is essentially what the Radler tastes like—and all we can say is Yuk!...
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Friday, March 27th, 2015

Good Eats, Full Bar in Downtown FoWal

The “front” entrance is actually on Brooks Street, but you can also get to the restaurant from Miracle Strip by going down a short passageway and crossing a courtyard shared by several businesses. There are two connected dining areas, one small, one large...
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Thursday, March 26th, 2015

There's a New Power Trio in Town

“The cool thing is, Tucker grew up in Colorado and his number one dream was to move to the coast or somewhere on the water and play music,” says Ingram. “He wanted to have that surfy vibe, that island vibe, and it’s so cool because we’re doing it. He had it all surrounding him, and he had this huge smile on his face..."
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Thursday, March 26th, 2015

Event Happens Saturday, April 4

...reflection of an igloo from a frozen lake— and Leroy Neiman’s “The Clubhouse at Old St. Andrews”—a colorful oil painting of the first golf clubhouse in the world—create a retrospective illustration of Johnson’s artistic style reaching back to the 1800s...
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Sunday, March 22nd, 2015

Review by Jim Garrett

It was my pleasure to attend Northwest Florida College's production of Hamlet on Saturday with my ever-patient wife, Judy. Though not a Shakespearean "scholar" by any stretch,