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Outtakes—Pensacola Renaissance

Outtakes—Pensacola Renaissance

By Rick Outzen Under Mayor Grover Robinson, city government and civic engagement are going through a renaissance as citizens are given unprecedented access with city officials and leaders to [...]

The Buzz 1/17/19

The Buzz 1/17/19

Inside Florida Inaugurations Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Nikki Fried made history when she was sworn into office on Tuesday, Jan. 8. “As the first Jewish woman elected statewide in [...]

Free Will Astrology 1/24/19

Free Will Astrology 1/24/19

By Rob Brezsny ARIES (March 21-April 19): We might initially be inclined to ridicule Stuart Kettell, a British man who spent four days pushing a Brussels sprout up 3,560-foot-high Mount Snowden [...]

Winners & Losers 1/17/19

Winners & Losers 1/17/19

Winners Saenger Theatre TripAdvisor honored the Saenger Theatre, which is managed for the city by SMG, with its Certificate of Excellence Award for the fifth consecutive year. Certificate of [...]

Fake News Comes to Pensacola

Fake News Comes to Pensacola

By Jeremy Morrison It was a simpler, quaint-in-hindsight time. News was news, and fake news was fake news. And the latter was supposed to be funny, not a depressing weaponized political [...]

News of the Weird 1/17/19

News of the Weird 1/17/19

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel People With Issues KION TV reported on Jan. 7 that a Salinas, California, family's Ring doorbell camera captured video of a man licking the doorbell for more than [...]

Deep Dive

Deep Dive

By Savannah Evanoff Lake Street Dive has music down to a science—especially in the way Bridget Kearney describes it. The band is a diverse confection of genres—pop, jazz, folk rock—but [...]

Calendar 1/10/19

Calendar 1/10/19

THURSDAY 1.10 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 [...]

Lovoy at the Helm

Lovoy at the Helm

By Jeremy Morrison Amy Lovoy comes from the world of math. She’s a numbers cruncher, a bean counter. But she’s been in administration long enough now to really nail the one-liners. “I [...]

Reading Into The “Green Book”

Reading Into The “Green Book”

By Sydney Robinson It’s always exciting to realize that someone from Pensacola has done big, history-making things, especially when those things make them worthy of the focus of a Golden Globe [...]

Better Sidewalks Coming

Better Sidewalks Coming

y Rick Outzen On his last day in office, Mayor Ashton Hayward released the results of the 2018 Resident Satisfaction Survey conducted by the University of West Florida Haas Center. Most of the [...]

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