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Green Issue: Pensacola Harnessing the Sun’s Power

Green Issue: Pensacola Harnessing the Sun’s Power

By Duwayne Escobedo Solar energy is becoming a prime energy source across the globe and right here in Northwest Florida. SunFarm Energy has done more than 30 residential and commercial solar [...]

Green Issue: The Importance of Earth Day

Green Issue: The Importance of Earth Day

By Jennifer Leigh This year marks the 46th anniversary of Earth Day. Created from a grassroots movement, April 22 is day meant to raise awareness about protecting the environment. Some celebrate [...]

Green Issue: Becoming a Bicycle Friendly Community

Green Issue: Becoming a Bicycle Friendly Community

By Shelby Smithey The City of Pensacola now has a committee dedicated to improving conditions for cyclists in the community. The City of Pensacola Bicycle Advisory Committee is a new ad-hoc [...]

Green Issue: Get Involved with 350 Pensacola

Green Issue: Get Involved with 350 Pensacola

By Shelby Smithey 350 Pensacola, a local grassroots campaign that holds events, hosts lectures and organizes workshops on topics of climate change and energy, is a cornerstone of environmental [...]

Reading About Records

Reading About Records

By Jennifer Leigh Josh Rosenthal was about to celebrate the 10th anniversary of his San Francisco-based record label, Tompkins Square, when he decided to commemorate the occasion by writing a [...]

Spin City: Celebrating Record Store Day In Pensacola

Spin City: Celebrating Record Store Day In Pensacola

Everybody’s got their something—and by “something” we mean a thing they totally love and geek out about. If you’ve been reading this paper very long, you’ve probably figured out that [...]

Leveling the Paying Field

Leveling the Paying Field

By Shelby Smithey The gender wage gap is a decades-old, complex problem that has stifled American working women for generations. That gap may be slowly closing, but today women in the U.S. still [...]

2016 Power List

2016 Power List

For the past nine years, the Inweekly Power List has attracted the attention of our readers. Created on an Atlas Oyster House cocktail napkin, the first Power List was an attempt to rank the most [...]

Miller Moves On

Miller Moves On

By Rick Outzen On March 10, Congressman Jeff Miller stunned Northwest Florida when he announced that he would not seek another term. “Fifteen years ago when Vicki and I were praying about [...]

Pinch Me

Pinch Me

By Shelby Smithey In case you missed the McGuire’s 5K or just want a double dose of Irish-themed fun, don’t worry. There’s still plenty of time to get your party on for St. Patrick’s Day [...]

On The Issues—Republicans

On The Issues—Republicans

All information was compiled from candidates’ website— tedcruz.org, johnkasich.com, marcorubio.com and donaldjtrump.com—unless otherwise stated. CLIMATE CHANGE AND ENERGY Cruz: Would end [...]

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