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The Pet Issue—Vet Talk with Dr. Tracy Millhouse

The Pet Issue—Vet Talk with Dr. Tracy Millhouse

By Hope Corrigan Dr. Tracy Millhouse is a veterinarian with the Animal Hospital of Pensacola (AHOP). She joined the AHOP team in 2011 after earning her D.V.M. at Louisiana State University in [...]

The 4th Annual Pet Issue

The 4th Annual Pet Issue

There are so many pets in this issue, we lost count. Seriously.  Here it is, in all it’s furry glory—The 4th Annual Inweekly Pet Issue. Dogs on Deployment Em-Bark—Tips for Traveling with [...]

Daycation to Monroeville, the Literary Capital of Alabama

Daycation to Monroeville, the Literary Capital of Alabama

By Christopher Scott Satterwhite The release of Harper Lee’s first book in over 50 years is arguably the literary event of the 21st century. Although the manuscript for “Go Set A Watchman” [...]

A Review of “Go Set a Watchman”

A Review of “Go Set a Watchman”

Readers Get an Older (and unfortunately more realistic) Atticus Finch By Christopher Scott Satterwhite Few books display the best and worst of the South better than “To Kill a Mockingbird.” [...]

Conversation and Controversy

Conversation and Controversy

Mixed Reviews of Harper Lee's "Go Set a Watchman" Spark Literary Debate By Jennifer Leigh When it was announced in February that Harper Lee, now 89, would release a second novel more than 50 [...]

It’s Miller Time

It’s Miller Time

By Rick Outzen Congressman Jeff Miller (R-Chumuckla) has everyone waiting to see whether he will jump into the race for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated next year by presidential candidate Marco [...]

100 Things To Do This Summer

100 Things To Do This Summer

By Joani Delezen, Hope Corrigan, Ali Rae Hunt and Emily Richey As promised, here’s the follow-up to last week’s food and booze extravaganza. This time around, we’re focusing on getting [...]

100 Things To Eat & Drink This Summer

100 Things To Eat & Drink This Summer

By Joani Delezen, Hope Corrigan, Ali Rae Hunt and Emily Richey From fish tacos to watermelon to Bushwackers, it’s hard to think about summer on the Gulf Coast and not think about the fresh food [...]

Independent Heritage

Independent Heritage

By Rick Outzen In the pre-Kickstarter era, starting something from nothing was a long shot. Most new ventures last no more than a few years. Few can say they survived hurricanes, an oil spill, a [...]

A Punk Tour of Pensacola

A Punk Tour of Pensacola

By Christopher Scott Satterwhite “Write down the history,” he urged, with a passionate look his eye. “It’s the only thing that gives my life any meaning.” This is a line from Aaron [...]

The Scoop: Movies

The Scoop: Movies

Big Screen Gems Even though you’re looking to escape the heat inside an air conditioned theater, you don’t want to waste 10 bucks on just anything. Here are some of the season’s biggest and [...]

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