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Impactful Women

Impactful Women

IMPACT 100 down to finalists By Jennifer Leigh The formula is simple. One woman, $1,000, one vote. "Those are the main core values," said Belle Bear, one of the founding members of IMPACT [...]

The “Golden Age” Is Now

The “Golden Age” Is Now

By Hana Frenette A sentimental longing or affection for the past is something everyone experiences from time to time. Take a look through an old photo album or even a dated text message thread, [...]

Fall Guide Part 2: Festivals

Fall Guide Part 2: Festivals

By Joani Delezen and Peyton Banfell Forget pumpkin spice mania, fall on the Gulf Coast is all about festival fever. Starting this weekend with Emerald Coast Beer Festival and going all the way [...]

Fall Guide Part 1: Arts

Fall Guide Part 1: Arts

By Jennifer Leigh, Hana Frenette and Peyton Banfell If you have yet to indulge in the rich cultural arts of Pensacola, you’re missing out. As the fall season begins, so do the anticipated [...]

Who Replaces Miller?

Who Replaces Miller?

By Rick Outzen State Rep. Matt Gaetz, State Sen. Greg Evers, Cris Dosev, Brian Frazier, James Zumwalt, Rebekah Johansen Bydlak, Mark Wichern and Gary Fairchild—the Okaloosa County man who has [...]

Primary Primer

Primary Primer

Aug. 30 Primary Guide •WSRE’s Rally 2016: Where Do Candidates Stand? •U.S. Senate Race •Who Replaces Miller? •Endorsements

Endorsements

Endorsements

By Rick Outzen Since we published our first election guides in 2000, Inweekly has published its endorsements. Overall this year's slate of candidates is one of the best we've seen in the eight [...]

WSRE’s Rally 2016: Where Do Candidates Stand?

WSRE’s Rally 2016: Where Do Candidates Stand?

By Inweekly Staff WSRE produces “RALLY 2016” as a community service in partnership with the Pensacola Bay Area and Okaloosa County Leagues of Women Voters. Its purpose is to give Northwest [...]

Rant Issue 2016

Rant Issue 2016

The Social Media Edition It's still hot has hell out and we're less than 90 days away from the craziest presidential election ever. Understandably, all of these extreme highs and lows have most [...]

The Pet Issue—Reduce your Carbon Pawprint

The Pet Issue—Reduce your Carbon Pawprint

By Shelby Smithey Pet adoption, spaying, and neutering are the beginning of "green" pet ownership, but what about day-to-day life with Fido? There are several ways that you can be an [...]

The Pet Issue

The Pet Issue

Our decision to do an issue about pets five years ago was a pretty selfish one. We just wanted an excuse to run cute photos of our pets and ask our vet questions without paying for a visit. But we [...]

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