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Calendar 9/26/19

Calendar 9/26/19

THURSDAY 9.26 FRANCIS M. WESTON AUDUBON SOCIETY FIELD TRIP TO FORT PICKENS 7:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Free and open to the public, park fees apply. Fort Pickens Gulf Islands National Seashore, 1400 Fort [...]

Winners & Losers 9/26/19

Winners & Losers 9/26/19

Winners Tim Evans The Pensacola Habitat for Humanity CEO has been appointed to Habitat for Humanity International’s U.S council, where he will be serving three years, as well as elected chairman [...]

Can IP Lower Environmental Bar?

Can IP Lower Environmental Bar?

By Jeremy Morrison The paper mill, under one banner or another, has been a part of northern Escambia forever. Starting in 1941 with the Florida Pulp and Paper Company and following through to its [...]

What We Can Learn From the Battle of Negro Fort

What We Can Learn From the Battle of Negro Fort

By C. Scott Satterwhite Historian Matthew Clavin released a new book, “The Battle of Negro Fort: The Rise and Fall of a Fugitive Slave Colony,” earlier this month. It tells the fascinating [...]

Hangout Oyster Cook-Off and Craft Beer Weekend Giveaway

Hangout Oyster Cook-Off and Craft Beer Weekend Giveaway

Once again, Inweekly has partnered with The Hangout to give one lucky reader and a guest the ultimate fall getaway during their annual Oyster Cook-off and Craft Beer Weekend November 1-2. The [...]

Free Will Astrology 9/19/19

Free Will Astrology 9/19/19

By Rob Brezsny Week of September 19 ARIES (March 21-April 19): We're in the equinoctial season. During this pregnant pause, the sun seems to hover directly over the equator; the lengths of [...]

Fall Guide Part 2: Festivals

Fall Guide Part 2: Festivals

By Savannah Evanof Pensacola is known for its beachy, sweaty summers, but we also know how to have a good time in the fall too. And most of those good times come courtesy of festivals, which we [...]

Pensacola Joins Global Climate Strike

Pensacola Joins Global Climate Strike

By Jeremy Morrison In August 2018, Greta Thunberg decided to ditch school for three weeks. Instead of attending classes each day, the then 15-year-old student sat in front of the Swedish [...]

Truman, Harper and Joel

Truman, Harper and Joel

By C. Scott Satterwhite Broadway actor Joel Vig is no stranger to the South, specifically Monroeville, Ala. The hometown of both Harper Lee and Truman Capote, Monroeville’s famous County [...]

The Difference 10 Years Make

The Difference 10 Years Make

By Rick Outzen The Pensacola Young Professionals released on Tuesday, Sept. 17, the 2019 Quality of Life Survey, and the results reflect how much attitudes have changed over the past [...]

Winners & Losers 9/19/19

Winners & Losers 9/19/19

Winners Friends of the Escambia County Animal Shelter Florida Animal Friends awarded a $25,000 grant to Friends of the Escambia County Animal Shelter for the Spay Neuter Initiative Pensacola, or [...]

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