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Justin Pierce

Justin Pierce

Justin Pierce Supervisor, City of Pensacola Inner-city Athletics As a young, black male growing up in Pensacola, Justin Pierce looked up to Lumon May. May, who coached Pierce’s youth [...]

“Fifty Shades: of Blah

“Fifty Shades: of Blah

By Stephanie Sharp The hype is inescapable. It seems like every other woman I talk to has something to say about “Fifty Shades of Grey.”  If you haven’t heard the news, the Fifty Shades [...]

Donna Fassett

Donna Fassett

Donna Fassett Executive Director, ARC Gateway Donna Fassett has been changing the game for Pensacolians with developmental disabilities for 33 years. And she’s not slowing down, even as she [...]

And the winner is…

And the winner is…

Congratulations to Drew Hardgrave  and Veralyn Montemayor They are officially the winners of this year’s Pensacola Blockparty Wedding! The lucky couple has won the bad ass prize of a free [...]

IN Celebrates 13 Years In Print

IN Celebrates 13 Years In Print

13 We Got Right by Rick Outzen The Independent News published its first issue on July 1, 1999. The basic premise was to be a newspaper that cared about its community and one that would report [...]

Health Talk: Dr. Philip Ham

Health Talk: Dr. Philip Ham

Dr. Philip Ham, Primary Care Physician at West Florida Hospital Dr. Philip Ham works at West Florida Hospital, his specialty is family practice. Dr. Ham is a doctor of osteopathic medicine [...]

Music with Titanic Proportions

Music with Titanic Proportions

By Jennie McKeon It has been over 100 years since the RMS Titanic sank in the North Atlantic Ocean, but that hasn’t stopped people—history buffs to curious romantics—from devouring all pop [...]

The Month of Man

The Month of Man

A Closer Look at Men’s Health By Jennie McKeon June is National Safety Month, National Candy Month and National Dairy Month—the list is long. But more importantly, June is National Men’s [...]

It Happened Here 6/28/12

It Happened Here 6/28/12

Deluges Through the Years by Jessica Forbes Should Pensacolians forget we live in the subtropics, the city periodically receives massive amounts of rain not associated with hurricanes to remind [...]

Ready for Confetti

Ready for Confetti

By Jeremy Morrison On his way to a performance in Atlanta, singer-songwriter Robert Earl Keen took a few minutes to discuss his career, new album and watching his car burn up at Willie Nelson’s [...]

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