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Let’s Wrap!

Let’s Wrap!

Inweekly’s Annual Holiday Gift Guide Just in case you couldn’t tell by the influx of pretty lights downtown and traffic jams near the mall, the holidays are officially upon us. Just like [...]

Hope for the Holidays

Hope for the Holidays

By Jennifer Leigh Every holiday season, it's important to spread a little cheer—and hope—to those less fortunate. This year is no different. Something as simple as a plate of food or a [...]

“A Language of the Times”

“A Language of the Times”

Rachael Pongetti and The Pensacola Graffiti Bridge Project By C. S. Satterwhite Most cities approach graffiti in one of two ways: they criminalize it or they embrace it. But is there a third way? [...]

What Now?

What Now?

Only 55% of voting-age citizens turned out for the election last Tuesday. Of those who did, the majority didn't vote for the current president-elect. Those facts are bleak no matter how you look [...]

Hillary Clinton For President

Hillary Clinton For President

The case for Hillary Clinton isn't a simple one. But it is a strong one. Her qualifications, experience, and intellect speak for themselves—especially in comparison to her opponent. In fact, [...]

Inweekly Staff Endorsements

Inweekly Staff Endorsements

Florida U.S. Senate: Marco Rubio Rubio represents the next generation of the Republican Party. He has a record of getting things done for our state. He worked with our Rep. Jeff Miller on the VA [...]

2016 Election Guide

2016 Election Guide

A press that can analyze and critique elected officials, political parties, and candidates freely and without fear is one of the founding principles of our democracy. It's with that understanding [...]

Know Your Vote

Know Your Vote

By Shelby Smithey The League of Women Voters throughout Florida are working to make sure that citizens are well-informed when it comes to the four proposed constitutional amendments on this year's [...]

First Congressional District Up for Grabs

First Congressional District Up for Grabs

By Duwayne Escobedo If you talk to Matt Gaetz, he is confident that the registered Republicans in the First Congressional District will send him to Washington, D.C. "I'm excited about Election [...]

Stumping for Clinton and Trump

Stumping for Clinton and Trump

By Rick Outzen As the November 8 general election nears, the presidential campaigns have made available several surrogates to promote their nominees and early voting. Here are a few surrogates I [...]

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