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The Buzz 8/21/14

The Buzz 8/21/14

DOJ Closes Book On The Jail Escambia County Attorney Allison Rogers learned last week that the Department of Justice has closed its investigation of the Escambia County Jail and will not be seeking [...]

“To Be Takei” Review

“To Be Takei” Review

By Clay Bloodworth It’s been 47 years since George Takei began his iconic role as Sulu on the “Star Trek” television series, and since then he’s gone on to participate in an animated show [...]

Calendar 8/21/14

Calendar 8/21/14

THURSDAY 8.21 “ALL WRAPPED UP” AT SO GOURMET Noon-1 p.m. So Gourmet’s Betsy LeGallais, a Certified Raw Foods Chef and Certified Holistic Health Coach, hosts this one-hour workshop on how to [...]

News of the Weird 8/21/14

News of the Weird 8/21/14

By Chuck Shepherd It's Facebook's World Now (1) Up-and-coming Sicilian mobster Domenico Palazzotto, 28, was outed in August by Italy's L'Espresso magazine as the owner of an ineffectively [...]

Locals Rally for Peace in the Middle East

Locals Rally for Peace in the Middle East

By Scott Satterwhite The scene on the corner of Garden and Palafox was vibrant: smiling people of all ages, children playing in the small park, an accordion-playing man carrying a baby, and lots [...]

Inweekly Primary Endorsements

Inweekly Primary Endorsements

By Rick Outzen Inweekly keeps a close eye on local government. Our role is to analyze the facts, connect the dots and report what we’ve learned. The agenda is simple—how can we make this [...]

Outtakes—The Big Stink

Outtakes—The Big Stink

The Escambia County Commission held public hearings nine years ago on ordinances that would regulate borrow pits, mining sites that take soil and sand off property to be used in major construction [...]

Pitiful Pressure: Above The Law

Pitiful Pressure: Above The Law

In Escambia County, some people are above the law. They get to choose which ones they obey and which ones they ignore. And county staff is pressured to look the other way while the lawbreakers make [...]

Winners & Losers 8/21/14

Winners & Losers 8/21/14

Winners H.K. Matthews The Pensacola civil rights pioneer was awarded the "Gandhi, King, Ikeda Community Builders Prize" for his lifetime of work to advance civil rights by Atlanta's Morehouse [...]

Seeing the World Through Steve McCurry’s Lens

Seeing the World Through Steve McCurry’s Lens

By Jennifer Leigh When photographer Steve McCurry took a portrait of a young Afghan girl while traveling with refugees in Pakistan in the early 1980s, there was probably no telling what would come [...]

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