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A Green Thumbs Up

A Green Thumbs Up

By Jennie McKeon Gardening can be relaxing, result in healthy eating habits and it can even be a bit of a work-out. Whatever your motive may be, you can create your own green-thumb haven in one of [...]

Beyond Green

Beyond Green

Moving Towards Sustainability By Rick Outzen The Pensacola area has struggled with being green. Our community is known for its parks, running clubs and beautiful bays, beaches and rivers, but has [...]

The Buzz 3/15/12

The Buzz 3/15/12

THE PENSION PROBLEM During one of Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward’s recent public input sessions, the subject of pensions arose. City officials seemed to tense up. It’s an uncomfortable topic of [...]

Green Matters ’12

Green Matters ’12

At the IN, we don’t ever follow the rules. The pro-environment issues are supposed to be published in April near the Earth Day celebrations. The hell with that! Our Green Matters! issue, for the [...]

Honey on the Hill

Honey on the Hill

Local Company Engages Community in Beekeeping By Jeremy Morrison The breeze drifting across Thomas Van Horn’s front porch is idyllic. It’s soft and easy and gently sways the flowers blooming [...]

Outtakes 3/15/12

Outtakes 3/15/12

AN EXAMPLE FOR OTHERS They rolled her wheelchair into my office. Her left arm and leg were lost in a train accident 26 years ago. Her eyes were piercing, her smile warm. She lives by the [...]

Movie Night at Open Books

Movie Night at Open Books

To get garden inspiration, head to Open Books for their screening of “The Garden: Transforming Urban Blight into Eden,” on March 20 at 7 p.m. The film is about a group of farmers in South Central [...]

Winners & Losers 3/15/12

Winners & Losers 3/15/12

WINNERS LEADERSHIP PENSACOLA 2012 The LeaP class’s community service project is Operation HOPE (Honoring Our Protectors’ Efforts). The class will remodel the USO facilities at the Pensacola [...]

The Buzz 3/8/12

The Buzz 3/8/12

SCHOOL PLAYGROUND DISCORD Mayor Ashton Hayward tried to work with School Superintendent Malcolm Thomas on the closed schools inside the city limits. They met six months ago and nothing has been heard [...]

News of the Weird 3/8/12

News of the Weird 3/8/12

by Chuck Shepherd The royal family of Qatar, apparently striving for art-world credibility, purchased a Paul Cezanne painting (“The Card Players”) last year for the equivalent of about $250 [...]

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