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Dr. Ed Meadows

Dr. Ed Meadows

Dr. Ed Meadows President, Pensacola State College Ed Meadows thinks Pensacolians sell themselves short. He became the president of Pensacola State College in 2008, after leaving the same post at [...]

Marianne Estess

Marianne Estess

Marianne Estess Community volunteer raising funds for local charities Marianne Estess wasn’t satisfied with just being a “room mom” and volunteering at schools her three children attended. [...]

Rev. LuTimothy May

Rev. LuTimothy May

Rev. LuTimothy May Pastor, Friendship Missionary Baptist Church Rev. LuTimothy May is the pastor of Friendship Missionary Baptist Church, a congregation of about 700 nestled among low-income [...]

A Charter’s Course

A Charter’s Course

A.A. Dixon’s Next Move By Jeremy Morrison The offer was bittersweet. While potentially sparing A.A. Dixon Charter School of Excellence from closure, the proposed amendment to the [...]

Ken Ford

Ken Ford

Ken Ford Founder & CEO, IHMC Pensacola is already known for its beaches and historic culture, but thanks to Dr. Ken Ford, science is a part of the city’s culture, too. Ford is the [...]

Blaise Adams

Blaise Adams

Blaise Adams Behind the scenes negotiator of Navy Federal/4-H land deal Without Blaise Adams, the 4-H/Navy Federal Credit Union Deal may not have been done. The regional president of PNC Bank [...]

Megan Pratt

Megan Pratt

Megan Pratt Founder, The MESS Hall Megan Pratt has always been industrious. After earning advanced degrees from MIT and Harvard, she signed up to be a science writer and educational outreach [...]

My Pensacola: Joseph Vincenza

My Pensacola: Joseph Vincenza

Name: Joseph Vincenza Day Job: Station Manager/Program Director WUWF Public Media Pensacola Resident Since: June 2000 Good Eats: Anyone who knows me knows that I enjoy things combined in ways [...]

Rishy Studer

Rishy Studer

Rishy Studer Developer, owner of Bodacious Olive When Tristan de Luna came to Pensacola in the 16th century, he lugged along several olive trees. Those poor seafaring shrubs were the first to be [...]

Happenings 7/5/12

Happenings 7/5/12

THURSDAY 7.5 ‘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 [...]

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