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Writing Southern Thrillers

Writing Southern Thrillers

By Inweekly Staff In 2016, Pensacola attorney Mike Papantonio introduced Nicholas "Deke" Deketomis in his bestselling thriller "Law and Disorder." Deketomis is a trial lawyer who has built his [...]

Fem For All

Fem For All

By Shelby Nalepa and By Jennie McKeon FemFest, a weeklong celebration of intersectional feminism, is expanding their lineup and beneficiaries in 2018. This year's events include everything from [...]

Mardi Party 2018

Mardi Party 2018

KREWE BREW By Stephanie Sharp The idea of Mardi Gras is to get your vices out of your system before Ash Wednesday and there are plenty of ways to do just that and stay local this season. For [...]

Rising Stars 2018

Rising Stars 2018

Talent and passion must be nurtured, mentored and encouraged. In the first five years of this newspaper, we saw some of our best and brightest seek opportunity elsewhere. Local young professionals [...]

New Year, New Stuff

New Year, New Stuff

A current snapshot of Pensacola's development boom By Rick Outzen and Brooke Webber From the steady sound of hammering on the new Pensacola Bay Bridge to the cranes that dot the skyline [...]

2018 Year In Preview

2018 Year In Preview

Raise your hand if you’re ready to say farewell to the dumpster fire of a year that was 2017? Yeah, us too. In the spirit of moving on and looking ahead, let’s start by loading up our [...]

2017 Year In Review

2017 Year In Review

By Joani Delezen, Shelby Nalepa, Jennie McKeon & Daniel Barnes Is it just us or did 2017 feel like the longest year ever? Seriously, so much happened between the presidential inauguration in [...]

Winners & Losers 2017

Winners & Losers 2017

By Rick Outzen —Winners— Dr. Usha and Mahadeb Kundu The University of West Florida announced a gift in excess of $5 million from Dr. Usha and Mahadeb Kundu to rename the UWF College of [...]

Eat Drink & Be Busy

Eat Drink & Be Busy

100 Things To Do Before 2018 Whether you’re a master planner or professional procrastinator, we can all agree that December is a great month to totally and completely overwhelm yourself. From [...]

Taking Apart the Affordable Care Act

Taking Apart the Affordable Care Act

By Jennie McKeon After beating cancer for the second time, there are two things Nancy LaNasa is grateful for: her health and her healthcare. Nancy and her husband, Tom, are both 63 and both [...]

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 [...]

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