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My Pensacola—Summer Burdick

My Pensacola—Summer Burdick

Name: Summer Burdick Day Job: Media Consultant, Cox Media Pensacola Resident Since: 1996 Good Eats: My absolute favorite restaurant, without a doubt, is Global Grill! I love to get different [...]

Happenings 8/2/12

Happenings 8/2/12

THURSDAY 8.2 ‘A ROADTRIP THROUGH FLORIDA ARCHAEOLOGY’ 10 a.m. DARC, 207 E. Main St. 595-0050, ext. 107 or flpublicarchaeology.org/darc.php. ‘SURFING FLORIDA: A PHOTOGRAPHIC HISTORY’ 10 [...]

Pay & Duties

Pay & Duties

U.S. Senator Salary: $174,000 Duties: Senator represents the state of Florida and has the authority to draft and vote on laws deemed necessary and proper granted they do not violate the U.S. [...]

Tossing Tomatoes at the Drawing Board

Tossing Tomatoes at the Drawing Board

E. Government Reconnect Hits Roadblock By Jeremy Morrison Halfway through the meeting, Pensacola City Councilman Brian Spencer stepped away from the microphone. Friendly hecklers were growing [...]

Love in Louisiana

Love in Louisiana

By Jennie McKeon Monique Verdin describes her film, “My Louisiana Love,” as a sad story. “It’s almost worse than an old country tune,” she said. “’My home flooded, my daddy died, [...]

Primary Primer

Primary Primer

by Jeremy Morrison They lurk in the medians and gather near intersections. They line the roadsides. As the Aug. 14 primary draws near, they nip ever more desperately at the fenders of passing [...]

Winners & Losers

Winners & Losers

Winners Katie White Super Lawyer magazine named Katie White to its list of “Rising Stars” in estate planning and probate for 2012. A member of McDonald Fleming Moorhead law firm since 2005, [...]

The Social Network

The Social Network

By Jennie McKeon Today, the world has almost unlimited means of communicating. Social media sites are the most popular forms of communication, but art is the oldest. Artel’s latest juried [...]

IN 2012 Primary Guide

IN 2012 Primary Guide

The Independent News begin contacting local candidates in the August 14th primary in July. They were contacted by regular mail, email and phone. Some chose to respond, others did not. The goal was to [...]

He is Mad I Tell You

He is Mad I Tell You

By Kate Peterson Born in Tallahassee, Fla. and now living in Atlanta, Ashanti “The Mad Violinist” Floyd, grew up in a string instrument world. His Mother, Patrice Floyd is a Florida A&M [...]

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