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Two Swans are Better than One

Two Swans are Better than One

By Shelby Smithey Ballet Pensacola’s Artistic Director Richard Steinert is putting a unique twist on a classic ballet. He’s cast two lead dancers to play White Swan and Black Swan for the [...]

Winners & Losers 2/11/16

Winners & Losers 2/11/16

Winners Baptist Health Care The health care system announced a new $6-million investment in Pensacola International Airport Commerce Park. The Baptist Medical Park-Airport will feature Andrews [...]

Pensacola Fire Department Coup D’état

Pensacola Fire Department Coup D’état

By Rick Outzen On Feb. 2, Pensacola Fire Chief Matt Schmitt and Deputy Fire Chief Joe Glover, whose combined experience in the Pensacola Fire Department is more than 50 years, were placed on paid [...]

V-Day Pensacola

V-Day Pensacola

By Shelby Smithey It’s difficult to think of a piece of theatre that has had such an enigmatic force in celebrating the female experience as “The Vagina Monologues.” The episodic play [...]

Pensacola’s West Side Transformation

Pensacola’s West Side Transformation

By Duwayne Escobedo The west side of Pensacola aged badly. It went from a beauty mark as a center of prosperity and main corridor in Pensacola in the mid-20th century to a big, cracked wart on [...]

Buzz 2/11/16

Buzz 2/11/16

Olson’s Tale After refusing to answer questions from the News Journal and Inweekly, Pensacola City Administrator Eric Olson went on a local morning show to discuss why Fire Chief Matt Schmitt and [...]

Outtakes: Thank you, Mr. Johnson

Outtakes: Thank you, Mr. Johnson

Pensacola City Councilman Larry Johnson believes the City of Pensacola should follow its CRA 2010 Master Plan. Inweekly agrees that the $200,000 two-volume plan shouldn't be shelved, and the time is [...]

Ears & Fingers: 2/11/16

Ears & Fingers: 2/11/16

By Jason Leger Bloc Party-Hymns There are no two ways about it: Matt Tong was my favorite part of Bloc Party. His drumming on their debut, “Silent Alarm,” opened my eyes to how machine-like a [...]

Calendar 2/11/16

Calendar 2/11/16

THURSDAY 2.11 WINE TASTING AT AWM 5 p.m. Try something new every week at Aragon Wine Market’s regular wine tasting, only a few blocks from downtown. Aragon Wine Market, 27 S. 9th [...]

News of the Weird 2/11/16

News of the Weird 2/11/16

By Chuck Shepherd Intelligent Design Wired.com's most recent "Absurd Creature" feature shows a toad devouring a larva of a much-smaller beetle, but the "absurdity" is that the larva is in charge [...]

Giant Killers: Inside Mass Torts

Giant Killers: Inside Mass Torts

By Rick Outzen Last October, Carla Bartlett of Guysville, Ohio was awarded $1.6 million in the trial of a lawsuit that alleged that C8, a chemical used to make Teflon, from a DuPont Co. plant [...]

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