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Still Staying Local

Still Staying Local

Even casual readers of the IN have probably picked up on the fact that we advocate supporting locally-owned businesses whenever possible. It's just who we are—week in, week out and it pretty much [...]

Spring Eats

Spring Eats

Featuring: I’ll have what they’re having… What local chefs eat and where they like to eat it *Plus Cooking class info, recipes & more

Back in the Game

Back in the Game

Just because you aren't on the team doesn't mean you can't play this season. And by "play," we mean baseball bingo, not actual baseball. We know the Wahoo's make it look easy, but that's because [...]

Scarborough: GOP Game Changer

Scarborough: GOP Game Changer

’94 Republican Revolution Revisited By Rick Outzen “There's that book ‘All I Really Need To Know I Learned In Kindergarten,’” Joe Scarborough said. “Everything political I needed to [...]

Issues on Stage

Issues on Stage

The theatrical portion of the GFC salons, “Cry You One,” is a joint production of New Orleans-based performing arts companies ArtSpot Productions and Mondo Bizarro. The work was originally [...]

Issues on Film

Issues on Film

“Can’t Stop the Water” The GFR salons will incorporate the medium of film by featuring segments of documentaries produced along the Gulf of Mexico. The documentaries selected are those that [...]

Arts, Community and Dialogue

Arts, Community and Dialogue

Gulf Future Coalition’s New Approach to Community Organizing By Jessica Forbes As the fourth anniversary of the BP Deepwater Horizon oil rig explosion approaches, one group—Gulf Future [...]

Mark Your Calendars

Mark Your Calendars

Other Events Continuing the Oil Spill and Restoration Discussion “A First Hand View of the Gulf Oil Spill” with David Mattingly of CNN AAF Pensacola, the local chapter of the American [...]

The Green (Thumb) Issue

The Green (Thumb) Issue

This year's theme—The Green Thumb Issue—focuses on all things planted and flowering and is dedicated to all you black thumbs out there (ourselves included). We hope everyone learns a few new [...]

Growing Up and Giving Back

Growing Up and Giving Back

By Sarah McCartan Before beginning your spring gardening projects, consider paying a visit to an area plant nursery, which not only helps you grow your own garden, but also provides the [...]

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