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Outtakes 11/15/12

Outtakes 11/15/12

What’s Next Over the next two weeks, two new county commissioners and four city council members will be sworn into office—the most new officials, at the same time, on these bodies in over 30 [...]

Buddha and the Godfather

Buddha and the Godfather

Valentino’s Vision for Escambia County By Jeremy Morrison Gene Valentino brews a decent espresso. He serves it up classy, in a cup on a saucer, for guests to sip as they listen to his grand [...]

From Life to War and Back

From Life to War and Back

Veterans transition at UWF By Jeremy Morrison War zones exist on a completely different plane than Pensacola, and the passage back and forth between the two worlds can be formidable. Even the [...]

Rants & Raves 11/15/12

Rants & Raves 11/15/12

New Downtown Odor There is a stench emanating from downtown, not from the former ECUA site, but from the trio of Commissioners Robertson, Valentino, and White. These paragons of virtue fired the [...]

A&E Picks 11/15/12

A&E Picks 11/15/12

Bright Idea Looking for some new music to get into? Then check out Austin, Texas art rockers The Bright Light Social Hour tonight at Vinyl Music Hall. thebrightlightsocialhour.com, [...]

Winners & Losers 11/15/12

Winners & Losers 11/15/12

WINNER Lumon May The man created a ground game that was better than anything District 3 has ever seen in a county commission race.  He had supporters at every precinct on Election Day. The [...]

The Buzz 11/15/12

The Buzz 11/15/12

Taxes Keep Coming More taxes could be on the horizon for Escambia County citizens. City of Pensacola and Escambia County officials faced with the challenge of how to fund the West Florida Public [...]

Beating Hearts Make Loud Noise

Beating Hearts Make Loud Noise

By Jennie McKeon Kate Sartor Hilburn and Terrie Queen Autrey didn’t intend on creating an art exhibit raising awareness about domestic violence, but now almost 14 years later, “Beating Hearts: [...]

News of the Weird 11/15/12

News of the Weird 11/15/12

by Chuck Shepherd Fine points of Florida gambling law In October, state alcohol agents, assisted by local police in full riot gear, pointing their weapons, raided a bar in Largo, Fla., to shut [...]

Winners & Losers 11/8/12

Winners & Losers 11/8/12

WINNERS George Touart The former county administrator is tanned, rested and ready to take back over his old job. Five years ago, Touart resigned under a cloud of suspicion over his business [...]

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