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The Buzz 2/22/18

The Buzz 2/22/18

Beyond Serious Last Friday, Escambia County Sheriff David Morgan called a press conference to discuss the Parkland, Fla. school shooting and how his office was handling a "rash" of social media posts [...]

News of the Weird 2/22/18

News of the Weird 2/22/18

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel Irony A North Little Rock, Arkansas, law firm celebrated Valentine's Day in an unconventional way: Wilson & Haubert, PLLC hosted a contest to win a free [...]

Farm Fresh Funds

Farm Fresh Funds

By Shelby Nalepa In the wake of President Trump's proposal to replace food stamp benefits with prepackaged "food boxes," is a step in a different direction for local benefit recipients. Flora [...]

Pensacon Calendar

Pensacon Calendar

All Weekend Check out these bars for themed events and drink specials. No entry fee required. For more information, visit pensacon.com PERFECT PLAIN BREWING CO. “The Walking Dead.” 50 E. [...]

Outtakes—Secure Schools

Outtakes—Secure Schools

By Rick Outzen The murderous assault on Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. has left me lost for words, as the killing of 20 children, ages 6-7, at Sandy Hook Elementary School [...]

Writing Southern Thrillers

Writing Southern Thrillers

By Inweekly Staff In 2016, Pensacola attorney Mike Papantonio introduced Nicholas "Deke" Deketomis in his bestselling thriller "Law and Disorder." Deketomis is a trial lawyer who has built his [...]

Home Showing

Home Showing

By Stephanie Sharp Pensacola Museum of Art welcomes home a local son for their next pop up exhibit "Land Star: Photographs by Richard McCabe." From Feb. 23 to March 26, PMA visitors can see [...]

Winners & Losers 2/22/18

Winners & Losers 2/22/18

Winners OASIS Florida Trinity Presbyterian Church's Legacy Fund and the Red Ribbon Charitable Foundation have given $25,000 each to OASIS Florida for the purchase and operation of a mobile testing [...]

Calendar 2/22/18

Calendar 2/22/18

THURSDAY 2.22 ‘THE INSULT’ SCREENING 1 p.m. $5. Voices of Pensacola, 117 E. Government St. pensacolacinemaart.com LIVIN FOR THE ‘RITAS 3-4 p.m. Free. Margaritaville Beach Hotel, 165 Fort [...]

Fighting for Florida’s Waters

Fighting for Florida’s Waters

By Jeremy Morrison Folks in Florida tend to freak out about the prospects of drilling for oil or gas off the state's shores. Even many of Florida's former proponents of energy exploration in the [...]

A Jumpstart for Job Training

A Jumpstart for Job Training

By Rick Outzen Last week, Governor Rick Scott announced $35 million in awards for nine Florida Job Growth Grant Fund projects across the state. The governor announced the awards in Jacksonville, [...]

The American Creed

The American Creed

By Jennie McKeon In these divisive times, there are still truths Americans believe in. In the PBS documentary "American Creed" Pulitzer Prize-winning historian David Kennedy and former [...]

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