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Fall Arts Guide

Fall Arts Guide

By Jennifer Leigh If the summer is all about catching as many music festivals as possible, then fall is about seeking out the new and innovative performances from the local community theatres, [...]

Rock In Seven Parts

Rock In Seven Parts

By Emily Richey With The Revivalists fourth album has come a fresh wave of enthusiasm from their fans. Inweekly had a chance to catch up with front-man David Shaw recently and chat about the [...]

Outtakes—End The Wild West

Outtakes—End The Wild West

By Rick Outzen On Wednesday, Aug. 26, reporters Alison Parker, 24, and Adam Ward, 27, were gunned down during a live morning broadcast on WDBJ-TV in Roanoke, Virginia. A woman the journalists were [...]

Transforming Washington, D.C.

Transforming Washington, D.C.

By Rick Outzen The hottest U.S. Senate race next year is in Florida. Who will replace Marco Rubio? Both the Democratic and Republican primaries are hotly contested. No one is seen as a clear [...]

Jeb Fires Up His Core

Jeb Fires Up His Core

By Jeremy Morrison The buzz of excitement surrounding Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush’s visit to Pensacola lived just underneath the surface. It was a subdued excitement, a dignified [...]

Winners & Losers 9/3/15

Winners & Losers 9/3/15

Winner Peter Nowak The Pensacola businessman is funding “Officer Ernie,” an interactive educational tool that encourages children, ages four to eight, to pursue reading opportunities. Officer [...]

Calendar 9/3/15

Calendar 9/3/15

THURSDAY  9.3 MARKET ON THE BEACH 4 p.m. Check out Pensacola Beach's new farmers market, held every Thursday from 4 p.m. until sunset. Casino Beach parking lot, 735 Pensacola Beach Blvd. [...]

The Buzz 9/3/15

The Buzz 9/3/15

Help For Olson The city of Pensacola has advertised for two assistant city administrators—one for policy and support, the other for operations. Both are to work under the city administrator, Eric [...]

News of the Weird 9/3/15

News of the Weird 9/3/15

By Chuck Shepherd Pope Mania Muslim clerics complain of the commercialization of the holy city of Mecca during the annual hajj pilgrimages, but for Pope Francis' visits to New York, Washington, [...]

Twice a Lady

Twice a Lady

By Shelby Smithey How does a scene avoid monotony? Melody Davis, one-half of Pensacola’s only lady-rap duo Cookies and Cake, is on a mission to bring creative and talented women together for a [...]

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