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The Skate Debate

The Skate Debate

By Jeremy Morrison Skateboarding is not a crime. Except for, as per municipal ordinance, when it is. And for a few days in April, rumblings from the Pensacola City Council appeared to indicate [...]

To Market, To Market

To Market, To Market

Celebrating 11 Years of Palafox Market By Joani Delezen and Stephanie Sharp Grocery shopping can be a real chore or it can be a relaxing weekend ritual filled with local goodies and treats. [...]

Game On

Game On

Wahoos Kick Off 2018 Season —The Daily Show— Sure, the actual game is the main reason to make your way to Wahoos Stadium any given day there’s a home game. But there are at least seven [...]

The 2018 Power List

The 2018 Power List

By Rick Outzen The Inweekly Power List has attracted the attention of readers since we first published it in June 2007. Created on an Atlas Oyster House cocktail napkin, the inaugural list [...]

The 2018 Power List—The Legend: James J. Reeves

The 2018 Power List—The Legend: James J. Reeves

By Rick Outzen I've known James J. Reeves since I first moved to Pensacola in 1982. He was my "Mr. Sunshine," the club's official joke teller, when I served as president of the Gulf Breeze Rotary. [...]

The 2018 Power List: The List

The 2018 Power List: The List

James J. Reeves, Attorney Martha Saunders, President, University of West Florida C. Edward Meadows, President, Pensacola State College Robert Rinke, Broker/Owner, Levin Rinke Realty John [...]

The 2018 Power List: Hall of Fame

The 2018 Power List: Hall of Fame

Once you're named the most influential, you deserve a special place. Jim Reeves will join this group of movers and shakers who each earned the number one spot on the Inweekly Power List over the past [...]

The 2018 Power List: Top 25 Profiles

The 2018 Power List: Top 25 Profiles

1. James J. Reeves Attorney 2. Martha Saunders President, University of West Florida The sixth president of the University of West Florida had a very successful first year. UWF ranked in the [...]

The Kids are Right

The Kids are Right

By Jennie McKeon On Wednesday, March 14, thousands of high school students walked out of their schools at 10 a.m. local time in a peaceful protest to end gun violence. Since the Feb. 14 mass [...]

As Luck Would Have It

As Luck Would Have It

By Stephanie Sharp You might age out of spring break, but not to worry, St. Patrick’s Day weekend is here to be the socially acceptable weekend to opt-out of adulting. Whether you’re into [...]

Spring Break Outs

Spring Break Outs

Things to see, hear and do this season (and into the next) Spring might have sprung a little early this year, but that’s not going to stop us from getting excited about the upcoming season and [...]

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