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The Unreliable Narrator

The Unreliable Narrator

Ted Bundy, Pensacola and Stories We All Wish Didn’t Happen By C.S. Satterwhite Ted Bundy was not the first serial killer, but he was the first of his kind. This January marked the 30th [...]

Strong Mayor 2.0

Strong Mayor 2.0

Report Provides Roadmap By Jeremy Morrison At the end of the last meeting of Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson’s transition team held March 4, Chairman Quint Studer asked members to score the [...]

Transition Report Recommendations

Transition Report Recommendations

By Inweekly Staff Three months ago, Mayor Grover Robinson tasked a dozen community leaders to review 11 areas of city governance and provide recommendations for both immediate and long-term goals [...]

Krewe’d Up

Krewe’d Up

By Sydney Robinson If you’ve somehow missed the purple, green and gold decor around town and all the local bakeries selling king cakes, you might need a reminder—it’s officially Mardi Gras [...]

“The black experience through music, with a sense of dignity”

“The black experience through music, with a sense of dignity”

A deeper look at Don Shirley and the real “Green Book” By C. S. Satterwhite Late last year, an unusual road trip movie about race hit theaters. “Green Book” is based on the true story of [...]

Legal Limbo

Legal Limbo

Why Some Ex-Felons Are Still Waiting for Their Voting Rights By Sydney Robinson On Jan. 4, the moment arrived that Tranassa White had long waited and hoped for—the day she could register to [...]

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 [...]

Rising Stars 2019

Rising Stars 2019

When Inweekly published its first issue in July 1999, Pensacola was a very different place. A handful of people called the shots without much accountability for the results of their decisions. [...]

She Should Run / She Did Run / She Won

She Should Run / She Did Run / She Won

Harnessing the Power of Women in Politics During last fall's midterm election, we saw an unprecedented number of women elected to congress, and several statewide and local races were claimed by [...]

2019 Year In Preview

2019 Year In Preview

Sometimes it’s hard to believe that 2018 is already over. Other times, it’s hard to believe we survived it at all. Maybe that’s because the news cycle never stopped and somehow managed to [...]

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