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Hard Core Laughs

Hard Core Laughs

By Shelby Nalepa Local comic group The Deadbeats of Comedy is bringing Laughcore—billed as a night of "comedy, rock and good times"—to chizuko Friday night. Hosted by Bubbs Harris, [...]

Let’s Get Mystical

Let’s Get Mystical

By Shelby Nalepa A group of local psychics and mediums are bringing a bit of fun and wonder to the community with an all new event geared toward all things mystical. The New Moon Celestial [...]

Calendar 11/16/17

Calendar 11/16/17

THURSDAY 11.16 ENTRECON 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Pensacola Little Theatre, 400 S. Jefferson St. entreconpensacola.com VETERAN'S MEETING 4-6:30 p.m. Free. Ever'man Educational Center, 327 W. Garden St. [...]

Winners & Losers 11/16/17

Winners & Losers 11/16/17

Winners Escambia County's Pensacola Beach Lifeguards The United States Lifesaving Association Open Water Lifeguard Agency Certification Program recently certified the county program. To qualify, [...]

The Buzz 11/16/17

The Buzz 11/16/17

Port Vision Last week, we wrote about the need for a plan that lays out the future of the Port of Pensacola. (Inweekly, "Port Needs a Plan," Nov. 9). Triumph Gulf Coast recently uploaded the [...]

Outtakes—Risking It All

Outtakes—Risking It All

By Rick Outzen Good leaders often have to take stands that not everyone will like. Dion Kevin III, the student body president at the University of Mississippi, led the recent effort to change the [...]

News of the Weird 11/16/17

News of the Weird 11/16/17

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel Walk of Shame A presumably humiliated opossum "ran off" in late October after three Pennsylvania men posted photos on social media of themselves giving it beer and [...]

Bergosh: Addicted to Politics

Bergosh: Addicted to Politics

By Duwayne Escobedo His love for politics began in 2006 thanks to his big brother Gary, Jeff Bergosh says. Gary, an Escambia County Circuit Court judge, convinced Jeff to run for the Escambia [...]

Ending Child Marriages

Ending Child Marriages

By Rick Outzen Florida has the second highest rate of child marriages. Of the 16,400 cases of early marriage reported in Florida over the last 15 years, 80 percent of them were minor girls [...]

Let’s Hangout

Let’s Hangout

We know it’s only November, but we’re officially hitting fast forward and making summer plans. Hangout Music Fest just announced their 2018 lineup and it’s fully stacked with can’t miss [...]

News of the Weird 11/9/17

News of the Weird 11/9/17

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel Good-Natured Weirdos Three teenagers from Rahway, New Jersey, who call themselves the Rahway Bushmen, have been discouraged from their signature prank: dressing up [...]

The Buzz 11/9/17

The Buzz 11/9/17

Andrade Running Attorney Alex Andrade has filed to run for the Florida House District 2 seat currently held by Frank White. He will run as a Republican. Democrat Ray Guillory filed in March to run [...]

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