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Winners & Losers 2017

Winners & Losers 2017

By Rick Outzen —Winners— Dr. Usha and Mahadeb Kundu The University of West Florida announced a gift in excess of $5 million from Dr. Usha and Mahadeb Kundu to rename the UWF College of [...]

Holiday Happenings 12/14/17

Holiday Happenings 12/14/17

THURSDAY 12.14 SANTA PAWS Celebrate the holidays with your favorite four-legged friend. From 5 to 8 p.m.. Get your holiday pet photo with Santa Claus while enjoying some brew. Donations will go to [...]

To Market, To Market

To Market, To Market

By Shelby Nalepa Looking for some gift inspiration? Skip the mall this weekend and check out two unique shopping experiences that support locally handmade goods. Dozens of area artisans will come [...]

Collective Creativity

Collective Creativity

By Shelby Nalepa A new artist collective will be having a group pop-up exhibition at the Pensacola Museum of Art featuring work from 33 different artists. The exhibit, called Philic/Phobic, is [...]

Calendar 12/14/17

Calendar 12/14/17

THURSDAY 12.14 AWM WINE TASTING 5-7 p.m. Aragon Wine Market, 27 S. 9th Ave. aragonwinemarket.com MIKE PAPANTONIO BOOK SINGING 5:30-7:30 p.m. Jeweler's Trade Shop, 26 S. Palafox. SELECT LATIN DANCE [...]

The Buzz 12/14/17

The Buzz 12/14/17

Perceptions of Pensacola Even though Pensacola is among one of the most pristine beaches along the Emerald Coast, neighbors Gulf Shores and Destin are still perceived as more ideal vacation [...]

News of the Weird 12/14/17

News of the Weird 12/14/17

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel Bright Idea Cai, a 28-year-old man in Lianyungang, Jiangsu Province, China, had plenty of time to consider traffic patterns as he waited for the lights to change [...]

Outtakes—Return of the Mullets

Outtakes—Return of the Mullets

By Rick Outzen Recently a friend brought me a yellowed Pensacola News Journal dated Feb. 28, 1971. The newspaper had a historical series written by Pensacola historian W. B. Skinner. He wrote [...]

Trump Rallies His Troops

Trump Rallies His Troops

By Jeremy Morrison It took a good, long while for President Donald Trump to work his way around to the painfully obvious premise of his Dec. 8 rally in Pensacola. If you weren't listening for it, [...]

Locals Question $8 Million Center

Locals Question $8 Million Center

By Duwayne Escobedo The Bayview Community Center will be built. End of discussion. Or is it? Blair Stephenson still has more to say. The Bayou Texar Foundation President and an East Hill [...]

Winners & Losers 12/14/17

Winners & Losers 12/14/17

Winners Perfect Plain Brewing Co. The new downtown brewery sold 57,272 ounces of beer in its first four days during Thanksgiving week. Patrons loved their selections so much that Perfect Plain [...]

Mayor Cleared, Attorneys Paid

Mayor Cleared, Attorneys Paid

By Rick Outzen Through a public request of Beggs & Lane law firm's billings to the City of Pensacola, Inweekly learned that the three-year federal bribery investigation of Mayor Ashton Hayward [...]

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