Friday November 28th 2014
The explosion at the Escambia County’s Central Booking and Detention Center was due to the failure of county facilities maintenance personnel to shut off the natural gas [...]
Holiday Shopping Made Easy (and Local)
As if you couldn’t tell by the influx of cheery music and lights, the holidays are officially upon us. Just like we do every year, the team at Inweekly [...]
The president of Saltmarsh, Cleaveland & Gund has been named chairman of the Board of Directors of PKF North America for 2015. PKF North America is a leading association [...]
Willie Lawrence, a World War II and Korean War veteran, was out of breath when walked up to the podium, as was Lafanette Soles-Woods when she also took the same long steps from her seat in the [...]
BLACK FUR DAY 9:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. Pensacola Humane Society offers discounted adoptions all day, in the spirit of Black Friday. $10 for black cats; $30 for black kittens; $40 for black [...]
By Joani Delezen
For the fourth year in a row, music lovers have a reason to partake in the Black Friday madness.
While not as big in scale as actual Record Store Day (RSD), the Black Friday [...]
World AIDS Day in Pensacola
By Jennifer Leigh
Michael Jones is one of the 1,219 people living with HIV in Escambia County.
This March will mark 11 years since Jones was first diagnosed. Just [...]
By Jason Leger
Revisited: Cursive-The Ugly Organ
It’s been 11 years since Cursive released their dark masterpiece, “The Ugly Organ,” and Saddle Creek is giving it the expanded reissue [...]
If you’re looking for even more stuff to do on Black Friday that doesn’t involve waiting in long lines and getting in parking lot fights at the mall, check out painter Panhandle Slim’s outdoor [...]
By Rick Outzen
Anti-Corruption reform that would address the undue influence of money on politics could be coming to the city of Pensacola.
On November 4, the city of Tallahassee voters [...]