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News of the Weird 8/30/18

News of the Weird 8/30/18

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel Mmm, Tastes Like Chicken In Plymouth, Massachusetts, on Aug. 17, a friendly game at Southers Marsh Golf Club turned ugly when Derek Harkins, 46, and an unnamed [...]

The Buzz 8/30/18

The Buzz 8/30/18

‘Grudges’ a Finalist The Florida Writers Association announced recently “City of Grudges,” Inweekly publisher Rick Outzen’s first novel, is a finalist for 2018 Royal Palm Literary Awards in [...]

Fest Like A Lady

Fest Like A Lady

By Savannah Evanoff Melody Davis has nothing against male musicians—she just doesn’t want to see ‘em all the time. Davis founded Lady Fest Pensacola five years ago to encourage women to [...]

Outtakes—‘We Make History’

Outtakes—‘We Make History’

By Rick Outzen Last month, the Congressional Research Service (CRS) published its profile of the 115th Congress. The CRS is part of the Library of Congress and serves as shared staff to [...]

Calendar 8/30/18

Calendar 8/30/18

THURSDAY 8.30 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 [...]

Goodbye to a Hero

Goodbye to a Hero

By Rick Outzen U.S. Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) passed away on Saturday, Aug 25, after battling brain cancer. He was a war hero and political maverick who was unafraid to speak his mind, even [...]

Fighting Crime from the Sky

Fighting Crime from the Sky

By Duwayne Escobedo The Florida Institute of Human and Machine Cognition researchers collaborate extensively with NASA, the U.S. Armed Forces and leading companies around the world. However, [...]

Winners & Losers 8/30/18

Winners & Losers 8/30/18

Winners Jenn & Lewis Bear III Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwest Florida has named Jenn and Lewis Bear III as Honorary Chairs of the annual Big Gala. Jenn is an active volunteer in the [...]

The Stamp of Approval

The Stamp of Approval

By Jennie McKeon Art and advocacy are joining forces once again with the annual Stamped Film Festival. Now in its seventh year, the film festival has grown into an anticipated event featuring [...]

The Buzz 8/23/18

The Buzz 8/23/18

Condition ‘Deplorable’ A year ago, downtown business owner Clark Thompson fired off an email to Councilman Brian Spencer and other City staff protesting the City’s neglect of the National [...]

Primary Primer

Primary Primer

—Election Day: Tuesday, August 28— The Big Three Local Races By Rick Outzen In Escambia County, we have more candidates running in the Aug. 28 primary than we’ve seen in past midterm [...]

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