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Free Will Astrology 8/8/19

Free Will Astrology 8/8/19

By Rob Brezsny Week of August 8 ARIES (March 21-April 19): When it came time to write your horoscope, I was feeling unusually lazy. I could barely summon enough energy to draw up the planetary [...]

A Lesson on ‘Funnier’ with Kevin McDonald

A Lesson on ‘Funnier’ with Kevin McDonald

By Jeremy Morrison Kevin McDonald knew early on he wanted to work in comedy. He instinctively knew where his strengths lay within the genre. “I realized when I was a kid I was funny through [...]

Calendar 8/8/19

Calendar 8/8/19

THURSDAY 8.8 WORK ON THE FLORIDA TRAIL 8 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Every Thursday. Three miles north of Deaton Bridge Road. meetup.com/ftawesterngate YOGA WITHIN REACH 9-10 a.m. Free. Community Health [...]

Outtakes—Stop the Massacres

Outtakes—Stop the Massacres

By Rick Outzen More massacres and more calls for gun reform. Since the Pulse nightclub shooting that left 49 dead, we’ve had mass shootings in Las Vegas (58 dead); Sutherland, Texas (26); [...]

A Conversation with Kevin McDonald: Complete Q&A

A Conversation with Kevin McDonald: Complete Q&A

By Jeremy Morrison Kevin McDonald, co-founder of landmark Canadian sketch comedy troupe The Kids in the Hall, will be in Pensacola for a performance as well as a workshop, during which the [...]

The Buzz 8/8/19

The Buzz 8/8/19

Youth Recognized Escambia County's Youth Employment Program gave 89 local youth the opportunity to gain paid work experience over the summer in various county departments. The Youth Employment [...]

“Black Citizenship in Action”

“Black Citizenship in Action”

Pensacola’s Forgotten History of Reconstruction By C. Scott Sattewhite During a 2013 episode of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” Pensacola’s own Joe Scarborough interviewed his old friend and [...]

A Climate Change Primer

A Climate Change Primer

By Jeremy Morrison Last year, the federal government released the National Climate Assessment. The report outlined the potential climate-change-related impacts different areas of the United States [...]

Winners & Losers 8/8/19

Winners & Losers 8/8/19

There's enough bad news in the world right now. We just couldn't bring ourselves to add to it by picking "losers" this week. So we decided to create this all-winners version of the column. Sorry to [...]

AHERO: Healing the Wounds of War

AHERO: Healing the Wounds of War

By Rick Outzen In September 2011, retired Marine Lt. Col. Dave Glassman brought two men to Inweekly’s office to discuss the high rate of suicide among veterans, mainly troops who had returned [...]

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