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Inweekly 2016 Best of The Coast Ballot

Inweekly 2016 Best of The Coast Ballot

Looking to celebrate your independence this weekend? From tried and true traditions like hot dog eating contests to first-time classical concerts, there are more than a few ways you can get into [...]

Make It Pop

Make It Pop

Inweekly’s Annual Pop Culture Summer Guide By Joani Delezen & Peyton Banfell Because hot times call for cool distractions, here’s a round-up of what to read, watch, and listen to this [...]

“They Were Our Fathers”

“They Were Our Fathers”

Local documentarian explores the legacy and cost of the Vietnam War By C. S. Satterwhite Walking up to Wall South at Admiral Mason Park, the smallest statue is of a little child with a sad look [...]

Local PRIDE

Local PRIDE

By Shelby Smithey Not to be confused with the LGBT celebration during Memorial Day Weekend, PensacolaPRIDE is a weeklong event starting June 11 that celebrates local LGBT culture and brings the [...]

From Journalist to Advocate

From Journalist to Advocate

By Jennifer Leigh Lawayne Childrey had more to overcome than growing up a gay, black man in south during the Civil Rights era. As a child growing up in Birmingham, Alabama, his dream was to [...]

The Gay Capital of the South

The Gay Capital of the South

By Shelby Smithey The Gulf Coast’s gay past has always been a bit elusive, until now. Panama City native Jay Watkins has uncovered valuable historical information about the “Gay Riviera” [...]

Part 1: Fired Chiefs

Part 1: Fired Chiefs

A Cloud That Hangs Over City Hall By Rick Outzen Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward is frustrated by the pushback that he has received for his termination of Fire Chief Matt Schmitt and Deputy Fire [...]

Part 2: Inside the Report

Part 2: Inside the Report

In his report, Beggs & Lane attorney Russell Van Sickle stated how he was hired. He wrote, “On Friday, January 29, 2016, I was asked to perform an investigation into issues involving the [...]

Part 3: Top Employers Engage Employees

Part 3: Top Employers Engage Employees

By Duwayne Escobedo Note: Through public record requests, Inweekly found that the Hayward administration abruptly stopped doing annual job performance evaluations in 2012. Inweekly asked Duwayne [...]

An Update on the Human Rights Ordinance

An Update on the Human Rights Ordinance

By Jennifer Leigh It’s been six months since the Pensacola City Council hosted the public workshop on a proposed Human Rights Ordinance that would prohibit discrimination in work or public [...]

Stop the Trash Talk

Stop the Trash Talk

Local volunteer group hopes to clean beaches and clear misunderstandings By Shelby Smithey Amidst the literal miles of tents that will be set up along Park East for Memorial Day weekend, one new [...]

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