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Outtakes—Preparing for War

Outtakes—Preparing for War

The book “The Coming Jobs War” has been making the rounds among local business leaders. Written by Jim Clifton, chairman of the national polling firm Gallup, and published in October 2011, the [...]

Ears & Fingers 5/1/14

Ears & Fingers 5/1/14

Future-Honest When an artist invites Kanye West to make a cameo on their album and makes him an afterthought who merely seems to flow along with the song’s script, one would be remiss to ignore [...]

The Seat of Power: McGuire’s Irish Politicians Club

The Seat of Power: McGuire’s Irish Politicians Club

When McGuire and Molly Martin moved their popular Irish pub from Town & Country Plaza to Gregory Street in 1982, McGuire wanted to thank attorney Jim Reeves for all his support. He asked Reeves [...]

Winners & Losers 5/1/14

Winners & Losers 5/1/14

Winners Think Beyond & 350 Pensacola The non-profit organization took on making bikes a part of downtown. They started Bikes at Work last fall to create a bicycle-sharing program for the [...]

Driven by Conviction: Mike Papantonio

Driven by Conviction: Mike Papantonio

The eighth person to top the IN Power List is Mike Papantonio, a senior partner of Levin, Papantonio, Thomas, Mitchell, Rafferty & Proctor, P.A., one of the largest plaintiffs’ law firms in [...]

To Be Heard: Pastors in Power

To Be Heard: Pastors in Power

The churches in District 3, the poorest county district, have their hands full. They struggle and strive to be the safety net for thousands who live paycheck-to-paycheck. The Independent News [...]

‘A greater art community’

‘A greater art community’

By Jennifer Leigh Even though Jason Montgomery has been painting since grade school, he was intimidated by the thought of putting his work out in the open. “I needed the encouragement,” he [...]

A Symphonic Season Finale

A Symphonic Season Finale

By Jessica Forbes Alliteration and classical music are set to have a grand evening at the Saenger Theatre during “Mozart & Mahler,” the final concert of the Pensacola Symphony [...]

Outtakes—Hayward’s Pandora Box

Outtakes—Hayward’s Pandora Box

Councilman Charles Bare submitted three city charter amendments for the Pensacola City Council to discuss and possibly put on the ballot for voters to consider later this year. His action generated [...]

Ears & Fingers 4/24/14

Ears & Fingers 4/24/14

by Jason Leger EELS-The Cautionary Tales of Mark Oliver Everett “In the dark of night, I might be able to make myself think that I’m still a younger man.” Eels, much akin to The Smashing [...]

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