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Jackson’s and Julia

Jackson’s and Julia

By Lilia Del Bosque Oakey Whitehouse Before Rachel Ray and Bobby Flay there was Julia Child, America’s first celebrity chef. In celebration of Child's 101st birthday on August 15, Jackson's [...]

Happenings 8/15/13

Happenings 8/15/13

THURSDAY 8.15 VIVA FLORIDA 500  ‘ARTIFACTS’ 9 a.m.-3 p.m. First City Art Center Studios and Gallery, 1060 N. Guillemard St.  429-1222 or FirstCityArt.org HISTORIC PENSACOLA TROLLEY TOUR 10 [...]

I __________ Pensacola

I __________ Pensacola

IN's First Ever Interactive Rant & Rave Issue Get our your pens and borrow some crayons because this issue needs you. Tell us what you love, what you hate and what you want to see change. [...]

News of the Weird

News of the Weird

by Chuck Shepherd Roach Motel At age 20, Kyle Kandilian of Dearborn, Mich., has created a start-up business to fund his college expenses, but it involves a roomful (in the family home) of nearly [...]

Up in Flames

Up in Flames

By Lilia Del Bosque Oakey Whitehouse After being injured in the Army, Zach Dwyer picked up a nontraditional therapy to help in the healing process—devil sticks. Devil sticks, a long stick that [...]

Ears & Fingers 8/15/13

Ears & Fingers 8/15/13

by Jason Leger If You Haven’t Heard: Volcano Choir So far, 2013 has been a year of perspective for me. I’ve tried to put myself in the shoes of and view life through the lens of others. It [...]

News of the Weird 8/8/13

News of the Weird 8/8/13

by Chuck Shepherd Government in Action The National Security Agency is a "supercomputing powerhouse," wrote ProPublica.org in July, with "machines so powerful their speed is measured in thousands [...]

Winners & Losers 8/8/13

Winners & Losers 8/8/13

Winners Reed Bell Dr. Bell, who passed away recently at age 86, is recognized as one of the founders of Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital. He enlisted area physicians and the Daughters of Charity [...]

Outtakes 8/8/13

Outtakes 8/8/13

THREE STRIKE RULE It’s time we take off the blinders and see that the education emperor, Jeb Bush, is buck-naked. We’ve added more bureaucracy and educators are struggling to teach in an [...]

Burlesque Busts Into Vinyl

Burlesque Busts Into Vinyl

By Hana Frenette Burlesque, to some extent, is all about the mystery. The intrigue. The exposure of the dancer is always drawn out, and the crowd never quite gets to see it all. The women are [...]

Poetic Reflections and Inspired Cuisine

Poetic Reflections and Inspired Cuisine

By Sarah McCartan As we sat together in her living room, Poet Laureate of Northwest Florida Juliet “Julie” DeMarko warmly read aloud to me an excerpt from her poem titled, “Quarantine,” [...]

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