Tag - 06-15-2017 Issue

Stopping for Fuel in Niceville

By Joni Williams   Love the water? If you’re visiting or live in the area, chances are good you said yes. But if you think the Gulf is the only game in town, you’re missing out. Travel just a few miles in any direction from the beach and you’ll find bays and bayous so beautiful, you’ll feel...

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A Hub for Art in Open Spaces

Tom and Cameron Brown, owners of the Shops at the Hub, have generously allowed for a new concept. They are permitting artists to come and paint live at the Shops at the Hub on 30A at Watersound Beach.   Participating artists can set up a drop cloth, paint live and sell their work at no cost...

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Funny, You Don’t Look Shrewish…

By Nikki Hedrick   Emerald Coast Theatre Company and Grand Boulevard present an abridged version of Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew for all ages.   Every Thursday starting at 7 p.m., Abrakadoodle helps kids create Elizabethan collars and other crafts connected to the Shakespearean time...

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Bigger Questions About Basic Income

By Chris Leavenworth   Want to immediately convince all your conservative friends that you’re an out-and-out Marxist that absolutely despises capitalism? Just bring up the subject of universal basic income (UBI).   Don’t even mention your stance on it, just mention that almost every existing...

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Record Roundup

Bleachers Gone Now RCA Gone Now is the sophomore album from Jack Antonoff’s musical project Bleachers. The spirited, ‘80s‑leaning record is full of Antonoff’s signatures—bedroom production, anthemic energy, and unflinching sincerity. He sings about nostalgia and boisterous love, and his songs...

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Creating a Livable Community

By Charles Morgan III   It’s that time of year again in Destin. The beaches are packed. The checkout lines at grocery stores are long. The charter boats are running multiple trips a day to take advantage of the short red snapper season. Crab Island is not a weekend thing anymore—it’s an everyday...

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Share your photos and get featured here! instagram.com/beachcomberdestin   @mcgoo_222 Another (yawn) lovely day in paradise.   @rachelanderson_30a Look what washed up on the beach.   @caseykearneymusic Last issue’s featured musician, the lovely and talented Casey Kearney.  ...

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PCB’s Saltwater Grill Welcomes Seasoned Chef

Saltwater Grill in Panama City Beach is pleased to announce the appointment of Chris Joyner as Executive Chef. Originally from Ashford, Alabama, Chris is a Navy veteran with submarine experience. Located in Panama City since 1999, Chris attended Gulf Coast State College receiving a degree Culinary...

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Local Guides

Art Galleries

Your guide to Art Galleries in Destin, Fort Walton Beach, Santa Rosa Beach, Niceville, and Watersound.

Happy Hours

It’s happy hour in Destin, Fort Walton Beach, Rosemary Beach, and Shalimar!


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