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“Thou Shalt Not Quit”

“Thou Shalt Not Quit”

Honoring the Legacy of General  Daniel “Chappie” James, Jr. By C. Scott Satterwhite In 1987, President Ronald Reagan dedicated The General Daniel “Chappie” James Center for Aerospace [...]

News of the Weird 7/11/19

News of the Weird 7/11/19

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel Bright Idea Arby's has turned the trend toward plant-based "burgers" on its head with the new Marrot: a carrot made out of meat. Vice reported that Arby's has [...]

The Buzz 7/11/19

The Buzz 7/11/19

The Tale of Two School Districts At the end of June, the Florida Department of Education released the state assessment grades for the school districts. Santa Rosa County sent out a letter touting its [...]

Pony Up

Pony Up

By Savannah Evanoff It’s a Tuesday afternoon, and Tina Collins and Quetzal Jordan are firing up the charcoal grill for an excuse to eat outside. When it comes to grilling, anything is on the [...]

Winners & Losers 7/11/19

Winners & Losers 7/11/19

Winners Robert Bender Beachgoers didn’t have to pay the $1 Bob Sikes toll to Pensacola Beach over the Fourth of July holiday weekend. District 4 Commissioner Bender announced on the eve of the [...]

Inweekly Turns 20: Part 2

Inweekly Turns 20: Part 2

2004-2009 Inweekly is celebrating our 20th anniversary this month. Rather than attempting to cram two decades of highlights into one week, we've decided to break it up and use all four July issues [...]

Outtakes—Untouchable Thomas

Outtakes—Untouchable Thomas

By Rick Outzen In June 2018, the Triumph Gulf Coast board of directors approved a $2.3 million grant for the Escambia County School District and Pensacola State College to train 1,145 high school [...]

Free Will Astrology 7/4/19

Free Will Astrology 7/4/19

By Rob Brezsny Week of July 4 ARIES (March 21-April 19): When the universe began 13.8 billion years ago, there were only four elements—mostly hydrogen and helium, plus tiny amounts of lithium [...]

Hate Crime Tutorial

Hate Crime Tutorial

By Jeremy Morrison One question was asked over and over again—“How many people think this is a hate crime?” It’s a question that Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent Robert [...]

News of the Weird 7/4/19

News of the Weird 7/4/19

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel Alabama Is the New Florida The Limestone County (Alabama) Sheriff's Office is on the lookout for Mickey Paulk, 35, after executing a search warrant at an Athens [...]

20th Anniversary Feature Part One: 1999-2004

20th Anniversary Feature Part One: 1999-2004

Inweekly is no longer a troublesome teen. We're  celebrating our 20th anniversary this month. Rather than attempting to cram two decades of highlights into one week, we've decided to break it up and [...]

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