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Outtakes—Stop the Beatings

Outtakes—Stop the Beatings

By Rick Outzen In July 2004, Inweekly reported on the rise of domestic violence in the cover story "The Ugly Face of Domestic Violence." Escambia County had eight murders tied to domestic [...]

Winners & Losers 4/20/17

Winners & Losers 4/20/17

Winners Saenger Theatre Through a joint effort with the Technology Department of the City of Pensacola, patrons who attend events at the Saenger Theatre now have access to public Wi-Fi. Many shows [...]

Outtakes—Another Unforced Error

Outtakes—Another Unforced Error

By Rick Outzen When Inweekly endorsed the proposed city charter in 2009, we never envisioned that people would have so much trouble interpreting and implementing the document. After all, attorney [...]

Winners & Losers 4/13/17

Winners & Losers 4/13/17

Winners Friends of the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society The non-profit organization, which is facilitated by Pen Air Federal Credit Union (Pen Air), presented a check to the Navy-Marine Corps [...]

Outtakes—‘Fake News’ Reappears

Outtakes—‘Fake News’ Reappears

By Rick Outzen Most journalists have the same rules for all politicians, regardless of political affiliation. The politicians have three choices when asked a question. They can answer the [...]

Viewpoint: Thinking About “Our Kids”

Viewpoint: Thinking About “Our Kids”

By Shannon Nickinson The American Dream isn’t what it used to be—especially for our children. That’s where research has led Robert Putnam, a public policy professor at Harvard University [...]

Winners & Losers 4/6/17

Winners & Losers 4/6/17

Winners Erin Spicer Pensacola State College's Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs is a 2017 recipient of the Chair Academy's International Exemplary Leadership Award, which recognizes [...]

Winners & Losers 3/30/17

Winners & Losers 3/30/17

Winners Larry Butler Memorial Music Award The UWF Department of Music recently celebrated a donation of more than $27,500 in support of the Larry Butler Memorial Music Award. The funds were raised [...]

Outtakes—Gaetz’s Headache

Outtakes—Gaetz’s Headache

By Rick Outzen Congressman Matt Gaetz has a problem. He ran and promised Northwest Florida voters that he and President Donald Trump would repeal and replace Obamacare. Last week, campaign [...]

Outtakes—Good Rage

Outtakes—Good Rage

By Rick Outzen I have an affinity for newspaper columnists. Everyone thinks they can be one, but that belief usually lasts until the third or fourth deadline. Good columnists develop a unique [...]

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