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Friday, December 30th, 2016

Live Music, Fireworks, Adult Beverages and More

How often do you get to go to a street party in the land of overrun streets and jam-packed traffic snarls? Flow Tribe kicks off the party at 7 p.m., followed by the Journey cover band Departure at 10...
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Wednesday, December 21st, 2016

Niceville's Therapeutic Riding Program

GRACE Rides started in 2008 working out of the Oak Heaven Stables equestrian facility in Niceville. The goal was to continue the good work of RACE (Riding for Adults and Children with Exceptionalities), Okaloosa County’s first therapeutic riding program...
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Monday, December 5th, 2016

New Location, Same Great Custom Made Cakes, Etc.

Bob, who passed away in February at age 81, was a third generation master baker by the age of 21. Bob’s father and grandfather were both born in Germany and trained in baking...
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Tuesday, November 22nd, 2016

Still Better Than No Breath at All

It was a rustic place that had a bar with a huge boar’s head attached to it and peanut shells crunching on the floor when you walked in. Hog’s Breath also became popular with local college students in the summer and on holiday breaks...
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Friday, October 21st, 2016

Ann Perillo Reflects on 60-Plus Years

In 1973, Gerard and Ann bought the restaurant from Joseph—Eddie had left the restaurant business back in the late 1950s. Joe & Eddie’s Family Restaurant was located in downtown Fort Walton Beach until 2005, and the building was torn down in 2006. Gerard and Ann reopened in 2008 at 400 North Eglin Parkway...
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Tuesday, September 20th, 2016

Check Out the Music Store's New Digs

“Parking is much better,” says Leitz Music operations manager Doug “Dr. D” Dickerson of the store’s recent move to Uptown Station in Fort Walton Beach. “And