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Best of the Coast 2011—Media/Music

Best of the Coast 2011—Media/Music

CAT COUNTRY 98.7/NEWS RADIO 1620AM Winner: Best Radio Station, Best Radio DJ-Brent Lane, Best Morning Show, Best Radio Talk/News Host-Wendi Summers Runner Up: Best Radio Talk/News Host-Branden [...]

The Kids Aren’t Alright

The Kids Aren’t Alright

Teen Violence in Escambia County By Jeremy Morrison This is not Columbia. This is not the battlefield of Mexico’s drug cartels. It’s not a backwards, third-world, over-there speck on the [...]

When Yellow RIbbons Aren’t Enough

When Yellow RIbbons Aren’t Enough

ALARMING RATE OF SUICIDES AMONG VETERANS By Rick Outzen Retired Marine Lt. Col. Dave Glassman brought two men to the offices of the Independent News. One, Elliot, was an Iraq War veteran who was [...]

A&E Picks 9/22/11

A&E Picks 9/22/11

What's For Dinner? How about the perfect wine, paired with the perfect dish, prepared by one of Pensacola’s top chefs, five times over? That's exactly what you'll get tonight at the annual Suite [...]

The Hammer or Redemption?

The Hammer or Redemption?

A.A. Dixon’s Bid at a Second Chance By Jeremy Morrison Chatter fills the school cafeteria on a Friday morning. Students sit in their uniforms, awaiting the final day of school before a [...]

Remembering 9/11

Remembering 9/11

WHAT ARE YOUR MEMORIES OF 9/11? AND WHAT HAVE YOU LEARNED FROM THE TRAGEDY? Nancy LaNasa Abhaya Yoga Center Summer in New York City can be heaven, and it can be hell. Bright, breezy and [...]

We Will Never Be The Same

We Will Never Be The Same

The 10th Anniversary of  9/11 Terrorist Attacks Where were you on Sept. 11, 2001? I was in a sales staff meeting when managing editor Alice Crain Good came rushing into the conference room [...]

Ballsy Plan VIII

Ballsy Plan VIII

THINKING OUTSIDE OF THE BOX By Rick Outzen In May 2004, Pensacola and Escambia County were study crazy. Everything from rezoning the northern part of the county to the Port of Pensacola was being [...]

LeaPing Forward

LeaPing Forward

By Jeremy Morrison When you ask people involved with LeaP (Leadership Pensacola) about their experience with the program, they tend to get excited. “It was a life changing experience for [...]

Budgeting 101

Budgeting 101

Back To School = Back To Budgeting The dog days of summer are over. For college students, that means no more lazy days by the pool, bar hopping on the beach, summer travel and [...]

Soul of the Community

Soul of the Community

CHURCHES PUT CREED INTO DEED By Jennie McKeon It’s 8 a.m. Sunday service at Bethel AME Church. The choir is singing “Certainly Lord” while everyone dressed in their Sunday best moves to the [...]

Studer Shakedown

Studer Shakedown

CMPA DEAL HITS ANOTHER UNEXPECTED TURN BY JEREMY MORRISON AND RICK OUTZEN Once upon a time, there was a city devastated by a massive hurricane. The town leaders wanted to build a public works [...]

Move Over Boys

Move Over Boys

Impact 100 Changes Face Of Pensacola Area by Stephanie Sharp Since its inception at a Super Bowl party, IMPACT 100 has changed the quality of life of the greater Pensacola area with substantial [...]

Hitched

Hitched

Local Couples Compete for Block Party Wedding Giveaway 2011 Best of the Coast Ballots are out, but your favorite restaurants, bars, retail shops and salons aren’t the only thing you get to [...]

Retail Risk Takers

Retail Risk Takers

By Jennie McKeon Independent News recently celebrated our 12th Anniversary. To everyone's chagrin, we've managed to survive hurricanes, a recession and an oil spill. But we're not the only [...]

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