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A ‘First’ in the Governor’s Race

A ‘First’ in the Governor’s Race

Editor’s Note: After his historic come-from-behind victory in last week’s primary, every newspaper in Florida (and, really, most national media outlets too) are trying to interview Democrat [...]

Outtakes—Primary Lessons

Outtakes—Primary Lessons

By Rick Outzen Every election we learn something. The Aug. 28 primary was no exception. Here are the top eight lessons I learned from last week’s election: 1. Political consultants from [...]

Hop It Up

Hop It Up

By Savannah Evanoff Don’t think you like beer? Bite your tongue. Many of the coordinators and brewers at Emerald Coast Beer Festival might convince you otherwise. April King, the vice [...]

The Last Straws

The Last Straws

By Stephanie Sharp It’s been three years since Christine Figgener, a marine biologist at Texas A&M University, shared a video of her team removing a plastic straw from the nose of sea [...]

Calendar 9/6/18

Calendar 9/6/18

THURSDAY 9.6 YOGA WITHIN REACH 9-10 a.m. Free. Community Health Northwest Florida, 2315 W. Jackson St., Room A. healthcarewithinreach.org LA LECHE LEAGUE 10 a.m. Free. Ever’man Educational [...]

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 2-3. The [...]

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 [...]

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