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Poll: City’s Numbers Drop

Poll: City’s Numbers Drop

By Rick Outzen According to a poll commissioned by Inweekly, the percentage of city voters who believe the City of Pensacola is headed in the right direction has dropped 28 percent since last [...]

That’s A Wrap

That’s A Wrap

Holiday Shopping Made Easy (and Local) Now that Thanksgiving is officially here, it's safe to start your holiday strategizing and shopping later this week without contributing to the "Christmas [...]

Inweekly’s First Ever Pensacola Wish List

Inweekly’s First Ever Pensacola Wish List

From downtown developments to expanding entertainment options, you can't deny that Pensacola is experiencing a special kind of growth spurt right now. If the increasing construction zones and [...]

Outtakes—Pensacola’s Rebirth

Outtakes—Pensacola’s Rebirth

By Rick Outzen Watching the destruction of hurricanes Harvey and Irma brought back memories of Pensacola's recovery from Hurricane Ivan—the weeks without power, the constant whining of [...]

Calendar 9/7/17

Calendar 9/7/17

THURSDAY 9.7 WORK ON FLORIDA TRAIL 8 a.m. Regular meet up of Western Gate Florida Trail Association to work on National Scenic Trail and side trail. Meet at Blackwater River Forestry Center, 11650 [...]

Pensacola, One Letter at a Time

Pensacola, One Letter at a Time

By Shelby Smithey Twenty-six weeks ago, Pensacola-based graphic designer Veronique Zayas decided to take on a project to both work on her own skills and do a little exploring in her city. The [...]

Outtakes—Fake Facts

Outtakes—Fake Facts

By Rick Outzen While the nation's capital is sparring over fake news, we in Pensacola have had to deal with the fake facts coming out of Pensacola City Hall. In December, Inweekly reported [...]

A City Divided

A City Divided

By Rick Outzen Pensacola's west side has a very different view of city services and the direction of the city government than city residents who live in the wealthier and predominantly white [...]

A Seat at the Table

A Seat at the Table

By Eurydice Stanley When asked if he participated in the sit-ins that desegregated Pensacola, 91-year-old Civil Rights Activist Howard King responded simply, "While they were at the counter, we [...]

Outtakes—Consolidation Mulligan

Outtakes—Consolidation Mulligan

By Rick Outzen Six years ago, the effort to consolidate our local governments fell short when the proposal failed to garner the support of the Escambia Board of County Commissioners, ECUA Board, [...]

My Pensacola—Jenny Diamond

My Pensacola—Jenny Diamond

Then Day Job: Adjunct English Instructor at UWF, Starbucks barista Pensacola Resident Since: 1985—minus a year here, a few months there. I’ve tried to leave, but I keep on coming [...]

My Pensacola— Simone Sands

My Pensacola— Simone Sands

Then Day Job: People Meeter and Gosport Account Executive Pensacola Resident Since: 1997 Now Day Job: First Time Home Buyer’s Specialist at Keller Williams Still A Pensacola Resident [...]

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