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A Punk Tour of Pensacola

A Punk Tour of Pensacola

By Christopher Scott Satterwhite “Write down the history,” he urged, with a passionate look his eye. “It’s the only thing that gives my life any meaning.” This is a line from Aaron [...]

The Buzz 6/3/15

The Buzz 6/3/15

Rolling Hills Closed Friday, May 29 wasn’t a good day for the owners of Rolling Hills Construction and Demolition Recycling Center, the dump that has plagued the residents of the Wedgewood [...]

Happenings 5/21/15

Happenings 5/21/15

THURSDAY 5.21 WINE TASTING AT AWM 5 p.m. Try something new every week at Aragon Wine Market’s regular wine tasting, only a few blocks from downtown. Aragon Wine Market, 27 S. 9th Ave. [...]

Winners & Losers 5/21/15

Winners & Losers 5/21/15

Winners Jerome Shannon Pensacola Opera’s Board of Trustees has announced the appointment of Maestro Jerome Shannon as the company’s new Executive Director. Shannon has been involved with the [...]

Thinking Outside the Box

Thinking Outside the Box

By Rick Outzen As the city of Pensacola works to prevent a repeat of the April 2014 flooding that damaged much of downtown, one of the options being considered is reopening a creek along Spring [...]

Community Maritime Park – Past and Present

Community Maritime Park – Past and Present

By Rick Outzen In January 2005, four months after Hurricane Ivan devastated the city of Pensacola, three men presented a waterfront development plan to the Pensacola City Council that began the [...]

Calendar 1/2/15

Calendar 1/2/15

FRIDAY 1.2 WINE TASTING AT CITY GROCERY 5-7 p.m. Out and about in East Hill on Friday night? Stop by City Grocery for their free weekly wine tasting before settling in or heading out for the [...]

Outtakes—Give The Mayor A Raise

Outtakes—Give The Mayor A Raise

The Pensacola City Council needs to increase the mayor’s salary. At $100,000 a year, it’s far too low for the demands placed on the office. The city of Pensacola controls assets that are [...]

#PensacolaCares

#PensacolaCares

Last week we watched devastation strike our area. Homes and businesses flooded, roads washed away and lives were lost. Despite the sudden devastation, just as the sun began to shine its way [...]

Still Staying Local

Still Staying Local

Even casual readers of the IN have probably picked up on the fact that we advocate supporting locally-owned businesses whenever possible. It's just who we are—week in, week out and it pretty much [...]

Happenings 3/6/14

Happenings 3/6/14

THURSDAY 3.6 HAPPENINGS RUNNING: SIX AT SIX 6 a.m. The doors of Running Wild open every Tuesday and Thursday at 5:30 a.m. ahead of group runs that begin at 6 a.m. sharp. The casual group run is [...]

Put A Bow On It

Put A Bow On It

Local Gift Options For (Just About) Everyone On Your List For Her When it comes to gifting the special lady (or ladies) on your list—regardless of your budget considerations or her style [...]

Working for the Weekends

Working for the Weekends

By Jessica Forbes If you’re mainly staycationing this year, have no worries about keeping entertained. Every Friday through Sunday this summer there is at least one thing to do daily for those [...]

Should I Stay or Should I Go?

Should I Stay or Should I Go?

A Summer Guide to Weekends and Roadtrips (plus a little something for the kids) Stay: Working for the Weekends Stay: Get Smart—Your Local Museums Guide Go: Get Out of Town—All in a Day’s [...]

Backing Out of Backing In

The Downtown Improvement Board decided this morning to back out of downtown’s back-in parking space system. “It was pretty much the result of a fairly broad-based community discussion,” [...]

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