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The Buzz 4/23/16

The Buzz 4/23/16

Gaetz Fights For Adoptions On April 14, the Florida Senate approved a bill that would restore a popular adoption-subsidies program and also repeal a 38-year-old law that banned gay adoption. By a [...]

Miller talks of Iran and Cuba

Miller talks of Iran and Cuba

By Rick Outzen Iran, Cuba and VA clinics have been hot topics in Congress since the Easter break.  Inweekly reached out to Congressman Jeff Miller (R-Chumuckla) for his views on the [...]

Organ Symphony

Organ Symphony

By Ben Sheffler The Pensacola Symphony Orchestra’s season is coming to an end, culminating in its Organ Symphony this weekend. For the first time in years, the Great Saenger Pipe Organ will [...]

Bush vs. Rubio

Bush vs. Rubio

The Battle for Florida By Rick Outzen Standing before Miami’s Freedom Tower, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio announced on April 13 his candidacy for president in 2016. He presented himself as a leader [...]

Pensacola Scientist Named to Inventors Hall of Fame

Pensacola Scientist Named to Inventors Hall of Fame

By Shelby Smithey Behind a glass window pane, hundreds of people take turns getting a peak at Atlas, a humanoid robot that the team at the Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition (IHMC) [...]

Outtakes—The Human Side of Disaster

Outtakes—The Human Side of Disaster

Five years ago, the Deepwater Horizon oil rig exploded, killing 11 men, and spewing millions of gallons of crude oil into the Gulf of Mexico. It became an international story with film crews [...]

News of the Weird 4/23/15

News of the Weird 4/23/15

By Chuck Shepherd World's Worst Sculptor It seemed like a good idea when the town of Celoron, New York, agreed in 2009 to pay for a bronze statue honoring the village's only celebrity. Lucille [...]

Calendar 4/23/15

Calendar 4/23/15

THURSDAY 4.23 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 Ave. [...]

A Billboard for Expression

A Billboard for Expression

By Ben Sheffler Rachael Pongetti was working on another project when a friend suggested she take photos of the 17th Avenue Graffiti Bridge everyday for a year. She thought it was a great idea, but [...]

Painting a Community

Painting a Community

By Christian Pacheco A woman sings into a microphone while a man strums the bass. An artisan hard at work at his table. A mother clad in a rainbow-colored dress cradles her child. Such images [...]

Winners & Losers 4/23/15

Winners & Losers 4/23/15

Winners Sophia Young The Pensacola native has been hired as the Operations Director for the Pensacola Young Professionals. In her previous jobs, Young has focused on her passion for bettering the [...]

Ears & Fingers 4/23/15

Ears & Fingers 4/23/15

By Jason Leger Passion Pit-Kindred Music made from a place of confusion or pain generally does a better job of reaching a population made numb by sunshine and bubblegum. Certainly, the songs [...]

Built to Spill On RSD

Built to Spill On RSD

By Hana Frenette Amidst the compilations, singles and anniversary reissues on Record Store Day this year,  some bands are putting out brand new albums. Built to Spill is among those bands, [...]

Wrestling With Waste

Wrestling With Waste

By Jeremy Morrison Last year, Escambia County officials started taking notice of landfills and borrow pits. Residents of the Wedgewood community unleashed an outcry over the proliferation of [...]

Hangout Fest Ticket Giveaway

Hangout Fest Ticket Giveaway

If you’re anything like us, you’re already counting down the days until  May 15 (aka Hangout Fest day 1).  Headliners for this year’s beach-front fest include Beck, Foo Fighters, Sam Smith, [...]

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