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A Living, Giving Sea

A Living, Giving Sea

By Sydney Robinson The Gulf of Mexico is many things to many people here on the Gulf Coast—a place to relax, a source of income, somewhere to catch dinner, a perfect vacation spot, a natural [...]

Calendar 1/31/19

Calendar 1/31/19

THURSDAY 1.31 YOGA WITHIN REACH 9-10 a.m. Free. Community Health Northwest Florida, 2315 W. Jackson St., Room A. healthcarewithinreach.org ONE-ON-ONE TECH HELP 11 a.m. Molino Branch Library, 6450-A [...]

Winners & Losers 1/3/19

Winners & Losers 1/3/19

Winners Caroline Buechner The Santa Rosa Education Foundation Teacher of the Year Selection Committee named the choral music educator at Navarre High School the Santa Rosa Teacher of the Year 2020. [...]

Outtakes—Breaking His Silence

Outtakes—Breaking His Silence

By Rick Outzen When he heard about our cover story on the settlement of his lawsuit, former Fire Chief Matt Schmitt agreed to do his first interview since he was placed on administrative leave on [...]

Firefighters Seek Funding

Firefighters Seek Funding

By Duwayne Escobedo Firefighters in Escambia County posted one picture on their Facebook page of a fire engine broken down on the side of the road undergoing repair. The fire department has just [...]

Completely Rethinking Streets

Completely Rethinking Streets

By Jeremy Morrison Pensacola can be a dangerous place to cross the street. Or ride a bicycle. Or, for that matter, drive a vehicle. Pensacola Police Chief Tommi Lyter considers traffic [...]

News of the Weird 1/31/19

News of the Weird 1/31/19

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel Fashion Foibles Because white shoes are so distracting when you're lining up your putt? According to Time magazine, Nike will be mowing over the competition with [...]

Fire Chiefs ‘Vindicated’

Fire Chiefs ‘Vindicated’

By Rick Outzen Did you hear the City of Pensacola settled the discrimination lawsuits filed by former Fire Chief Matt Schmitt and Deputy Fire Chief Joe Glover for $575,000? You wouldn't be the [...]

Translating the Siege of Leningrad

Translating the Siege of Leningrad

By C. S. Satterwhite “All great betrayals move in daylight, pass like kin into the widest roads, burn fields and crops and salt the earth, burn homes to usher out the living. Nothing [...]

CHEW It Up

CHEW It Up

By Sydney Robinson It’s almost all the way through the first month of 2019, and what have you done? Worked, ate sad ‘new year, new me’ salads and stared out the window at the dreary weather? [...]

Winners & Losers 1/24/19

Winners & Losers 1/24/19

Winners Clay Ingram It didn’t take long for the former Florida representative to return to politics. Governor Ron DeSantis has appointed Ingram, who has served as the Greater Pensacola [...]

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