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Winners & Losers 1/19/17

Winners & Losers 1/19/17

Winners Matt Gaetz The Congressman for Florida's First District earned two choice committee appointments, House Armed Services Committee and the House Budget Committee. While in the Florida House, [...]

For The Love of Art (and Food)

For The Love of Art (and Food)

By Shelby Smithey Opposites Attract We live in a world of dichotomies. Fire and water, light and dark, straight and curvy; these contrasts in nature have inspired a special exhibit where local [...]

Calendar 1/19/17

Calendar 1/19/17

THURSDAY 1.19 WORK ON FLORIDA TRAIL 8 a.m. Regular meet up of Western Gate Florida Trail Association to work on National Scenic Trail and side trail. Meet at Blackwater River Forestry Center, 11650 [...]

Outtakes—The Power of Light

Outtakes—The Power of Light

By Rick Outzen From Nov. 1, 2014, through Jan. 15, 2017, the Escambia County had seven deaths in its county jail. None in the media recognized the issue until Inweekly began its [...]

Morgan Undecided About Governor Bid

Morgan Undecided About Governor Bid

By Duwayne Escobedo The hundred people stuffing New World Landing Friday, Jan. 13, expecting to hear John Morgan announce his run for governor of Florida left disappointed. But Morgan, the [...]

Aïda: Forbidden Love

Aïda: Forbidden Love

By Shelby Smithey Set in ancient Egypt during the reign of the pharaohs, the classic Giuseppe Verdi opera "Aïda" and its tale of love and loyalty will soon be brought to life by the Pensacola [...]

Hallmark: If These Walls Could Talk….

Hallmark: If These Walls Could Talk….

By Sheree Cagle It should come as no surprise that many hearts were broken when it was announced that Hallmark Elementary School would be demolished. The history inside that building can never be [...]

The Buzz 1/19/17

The Buzz 1/19/17

Police Chief Wants to Stay Pensacola Police Chief David Alexander told the Pensacola City Council last week he wants to keep his job past his DROP date in May. At the end of his monthly report to [...]

REAP Sparks Controversy

REAP Sparks Controversy

By Duwayne Escobedo Brownsville resident Chuck Garnette opposes the ReEntry Alliance of Pensacola. The REAP program, as it is known, takes ex-convicts released from county, state or federal [...]

News of the Weird 1/19/17

News of the Weird 1/19/17

By Chuck Shepherd The Way the World Works Former elementary school teacher Maria Caya, who was allowed to resign quietly in 2013 from her Janesville, Wisconsin, school after arriving drunk on a [...]

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