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Calendar 1/11/18

Calendar 1/11/18

THURSDAY 1.11 ‘LADY BIRD’ SCREENING 1 p.m. $5. Voices of Pensacola Building, 117 E. Government St. pensacolacinemaart.com AWM WINE TASTING 5-7 p.m. Aragon Wine Market, 27 S. 9th Ave. [...]

Public Poetry

Public Poetry

By Shelby Nalepa An immersive poetry installation from New York called The Typewriter Project will be in Pensacola starting next week, allowing locals to help share the dialogue of their city and [...]

Outtakes—The Role of Newspapers

Outtakes—The Role of Newspapers

By Rick Outzen Newspapers have a responsibility to be more than cheerleaders. Everyone likes positive stories, and few like to have problems exposed. However, it's our role to shed light. In [...]

Saunders: ‘It’s good to be UWF’

Saunders: ‘It’s good to be UWF’

By Rick Outzen Last week, the University of West Florida announced that its 50th Anniversary Capital Campaign raised more than $64.4 million from almost 20,000 donors, including 55 planned gifts [...]

The Buzz 1/11/18

The Buzz 1/11/18

Panhandling Price Tag The homeless and panhandling have been problems for Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward since he took office. Several times, he attempted ordinances to deal with them. Each time he [...]

Activist Art

Activist Art

By Shelby Nalepa New Orleans artist Katrina Andry ‘s engaging exhibition, "Depose and Dispose (of)" is opening Friday at the Pensacola Museum of Art. The printmaker is known for using her art [...]

Winners & Losers 1/11/18

Winners & Losers 1/11/18

Winners Tommi Lyter Pensacola Police Chief Lyter closed out 2017 with zero homicides inside the Pensacola city limits. Last year, the city had seven homicides in its first 10 months, five from [...]

Thumped by Trump

Thumped by Trump

By Rick Outzen On Thursday, Jan. 4, two members of President Donald Trump's cabinet announced initiatives that could have detrimental impacts on Florida, a state that helped the Republican [...]

News of the Weird 1/11/18

News of the Weird 1/11/18

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel But He Started It! Tennis instructor Osmailer Torres, 30, of Miami, was arrested in July 2016 after hitting a 5-year-old with the child's pint-sized tennis racket [...]

Ingram’s Last Session

Ingram’s Last Session

By Rick Outzen When the 2018 Florida Legislature convenes on Jan. 9, it will be Clay Ingram's last session. The Pensacola Republican terms out of the Florida House this year. The newspaper caught [...]

Florida Capital: ‘Off the Rails’

Florida Capital: ‘Off the Rails’

By Rick Outzen "Everything fell off the rails this year," said Ryan Wiggins, owner of Full Contact Strategies. "I think 2017 is the year of politics falling off the rails—statewide, federally, [...]

Outtakes—City Déjà Vu

Outtakes—City Déjà Vu

By Rick Outzen The recent debate over the validity of the city's online maps and whether developers and the public can rely on them remind us of a similar debate nearly three years ago. In [...]

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