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A Captivating Market

A Captivating Market

Profiting from Pain By Jeremy Morrison In February, the Florida Senate rejected what would have become the largest private prison system in the United States. Chasity Owens hopes she played some [...]

A&E Picks 5/31/12

A&E Picks 5/31/12

Cocktail Swatches Just in time for summer party season, one our favorite bloggers Mrs. Lilien has released a book of 50 colorful and glamorous cocktail recipes. Do yourself a favor and add "Mrs. [...]

My Pensacola—Stephanie Sharp

My Pensacola—Stephanie Sharp

Name: Stephanie Sharp Day Job: Intern at INWeekly Pensacola Resident Since: 1991 Good Eats: I’d never turn down a Monte Cristo from Sidelines or a gyro from Jordan Valley; those are two of my [...]

Outtakes 5/31/12

Outtakes 5/31/12

PAY ATTENTION The 2012 municipal elections have the potential to be a mid-term test for Mayor Ashton Hayward and the 2010 city charter. There are five city council seats up for election. If the [...]

Eat Like A…

Eat Like A…

By Ashley Hardaway "Sometimes you want to go where everybody knows your name…" Or, in the case of restaurants, where the waitress knows your order. But there are also times when you want to go [...]

Say Cheese

Say Cheese

Have you ever posted a photo of a dish you made on your Facebook page? Or Tweeted a photo of what you're about to eat at a restaurant, before even trying it? Of course you have. That's what social [...]

Summer Eats ’12

Summer Eats ’12

The dog days of summer are officially here. We challenge anybody who doubts us on this one to try and stand outside in direct sunlight for ten minutes and avoid sweating. Yeah, it's not going to [...]

The Buzz 5/31/12

The Buzz 5/31/12

Legion Field Update With plans to break ground by the end of summer, the city of Pensacola hosted another public input meeting last night for the Legion Field Resource Center. Dave Flaherty, the [...]

Festival Feats

Festival Feats

The best festivals are ones that revolve around food. Here are a few—local and day-travel distance—that occur throughout the year. June: Creole Tomato Festival To celebrate the crops of [...]

Eat Guide Directory

Eat Guide Directory

Atlas Oyster House 600 S. Barracks St. 437-1961 atlas.goodgrits.com Atlas is the place to find local oysters prepared your way, whether it’s raw, baked or steamed. Locally caught fish and [...]

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