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The Buzz 9/13/18

The Buzz 9/13/18

Settling Claims Last Thursday, the Escambia Board of County Commissioners approved a settlement payment of $850,000, with the county to pay $107,500 of that amount as its insurance deductibles, to [...]

Outtakes—The Next Mayor’s Plans

Outtakes—The Next Mayor’s Plans

By Rick Outzen Pensacola’s next mayor will be Grover Robinson or Brian Spencer. They have about two months to convince us which of them is the best one for the job. The candidates need to [...]

Winners & Losers 9/13/18

Winners & Losers 9/13/18

Winners Escambia County Animal Shelter The shelter’s adoption, transfer and foster rates soared this summer, according to Animal Services Manager John Robinson. During June, July and August, the [...]

News of the Weird 9/13/18

News of the Weird 9/13/18

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel Rude Awakening Former English soccer star Gary Mabbutt, 57, traveled to South Africa in July to visit his daughter, who works at Kruger National Park, but it [...]

Calendar 9/13/18

Calendar 9/13/18

THURSDAY 9.13 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 [...]

Exploring the Peruvian Amazon

Exploring the Peruvian Amazon

By Sam Smith The first and only contemporary art exhibit in the United States that is influenced by the Peruvian Amazon can now be experienced in our very own backyard at Pensacola Museum of [...]

Fall Guide—Part 1 Festivals

Fall Guide—Part 1 Festivals

By Joani Delezen, Stephanie Sharp & Toria Clarke Pensacola definitely knows how to turn up the heat during the summer, but we also know how to have a good time in the fall too. And most of [...]

The Innerarity Compromise

The Innerarity Compromise

By Jeremy Morrison The scene was rather idyllic along the curve of Bob-o-Link Road, as a late afternoon sky surrenders to another sunset. Over on Cruzat Way, a small patch of beach that overlooks [...]

In The Soil

In The Soil

By C. Scott Satterwhite In the early years of the 20th century, hundreds of white people joined in the public lynching of two African-American men in two separate instances in the center of [...]

Gaetz’s Last Crusade

Gaetz’s Last Crusade

By Duwayne Escobedo Don Gaetz’s father, Jerry, served as mayor of the small town of Rugby, N.D.—the geographic center of North America—and later as a state senator. At the dinner table, [...]

Shifting Tides and Trends

Shifting Tides and Trends

By Stephanie Sharp Blue Collards Events, a culinary events incubator based in Pensacola, has a vision for growing the market for premium oysters in the Southeast, something beyond the [...]

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