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Glam Pop Meets Sylvianbriar

Glam Pop Meets Sylvianbriar

By Sarah McCartan Kevin Barnes, the frontman of Of Montreal, never ceases to change things up—be it between one album to the next, or even from the beginning of a single song to the end. While [...]

2014 IN Power List

2014 IN Power List

by Rick Outzen For eight years, the Independent News has attempted to rank the most powerful and influential people in the Pensacola area. The first list had 50 names and was published on June 7, [...]

The Buzz 5/1/14

The Buzz 5/1/14

May Draws A Crowd A couple hundred citizens packed the Brownsville Assembly of God Reception Hall on April 22 to be heard by their elected officials and community leaders on a myriad of issues from [...]

Bon Temps by the Pound

Bon Temps by the Pound

By Jessica Forbes Get your crawfish eating moves ready: it’s time for the 30th Annual Pensacola Crawfish Festival. Even if you’re not a fan of the main dish, the festival presented by Fiesta [...]

News of the Weird 5/1/14

News of the Weird 5/1/14

by Chuck Shepherd "Oooooo! Aaaaahhh! Eh?" The Canadian Radio-television & Telecommunications Commission in March reprimanded three pornography broadcast stations—not for excessively erotic [...]

Family Ties: The Beck Family

Family Ties: The Beck Family

The Beck family has three representatives on the 2014 IN Power List: father Gregg, daughter Autumn  and son Justin. Justin is the president of Beck Property Company, the commercial real estate [...]

The Art of the Brick

The Art of the Brick

By Jennifer Leigh For some, Legos are just small, plastic bricks that get sucked up in vacuums. To New York City-based artist Nathan Sawaya, they are his medium of choice. Known as the Brick [...]

2014 IN Power List—Hall of Fame

2014 IN Power List—Hall of Fame

Once you’re named the most influential, you deserve a special place. All top finishers earn berths in this prestigious hall of fame. Fred Levin (2007) The flamboyant and outspoken Pensacola [...]

Fighting City Hall: Innovative Organizers

Fighting City Hall: Innovative Organizers

You can fight city hall. Both Greg Rettig and Melanie Nichols have proven it. When he learned that the city planning board had approved a zoning change that would allow a Dollar General store on [...]

Comically Fun

Comically Fun

By Jennifer Leigh Since 2002, independent comic book stores have been celebrating Free Comic Book Day on the first Saturday of May, not only to entice customers to support small businesses, but to [...]

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