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Waiting for the Bus

Waiting for the Bus

INSIDE THE ECAT STRIKE by Jeremy Morrison Busses are currently rolling their routes through Escambia County, but who knows for how long. If the county and its private management firm, Veolia [...]

News of the Weird

News of the Weird

by Chuck Shepherd Risky Business Models: (1) Orlando-area cosmetic surgeon Jeffrey Hartog inaugurated Liquid Gold, a storehouse for patients’ frozen liposuctioned fat, charging $900 to safekeep [...]

IN Health Talk—Jason Burnett, Company Manager/Owner, Cornerstone Visiting Angels Services, LLC

IN Health Talk—Jason Burnett, Company Manager/Owner, Cornerstone Visiting Angels Services, LLC

After spending years abroad working for the government as a morale, welfare and recreation manager, Jason Burnett — a husband and father of two — decided to open his own business. Here, he talks [...]

Winners & Losers 9/29/11

Winners & Losers 9/29/11

WINNERS A.A. DIXON CHARTER SCHOOL FOR EXCELLENCE The parents, teachers and students of the second-year charter school got the miracle for which they prayed. For the first time in his tenure, [...]

Junior Boys Head South

Junior Boys Head South

By Kate Peterson Junior Boys hail from Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. The duo’s music is categorized as electronica indie synth pop. Whatever you want to call them, they are cutting edge and much [...]

Outtakes 9/22/11

Outtakes 9/22/11

BEHIND THE COVER Cover stories, like this week’s “When Yellow Ribbons Aren’t Enough,” take a piece of your soul when you write them. After days of research, phone calls and interviews, you [...]

Special Section—Escambia County Voter Survey

Special Section—Escambia County Voter Survey

Escambia County Voter Survey—Quality of Life 2011 Open publication - Free publishing - More news

Winners & Losers 9/22/11

Winners & Losers 9/22/11

WINNERS SAM HALL After nearly 25 hours of budget workshops, someone on the Pensacola City Council tried to bring order to one of the strangest budget deliberations in recent memory. Hall realized [...]

When Yellow RIbbons Aren’t Enough

When Yellow RIbbons Aren’t Enough

ALARMING RATE OF SUICIDES AMONG VETERANS By Rick Outzen Retired Marine Lt. Col. Dave Glassman brought two men to the offices of the Independent News. One, Elliot, was an Iraq War veteran who was [...]

The Buzz 9/22/11

The Buzz 9/22/11

Ed Schroeder resigned on Sept. 15 as the Pensacola Chamber’s head of tourism. He resigned after Chamber emails were leaked to the media that appeared to show a move by Schroeder, Tourist [...]

A&E Picks 9/22/11

A&E Picks 9/22/11

What's For Dinner? How about the perfect wine, paired with the perfect dish, prepared by one of Pensacola’s top chefs, five times over? That's exactly what you'll get tonight at the annual Suite [...]

Seafood Festival Strikes Again

Seafood Festival Strikes Again

By Kate Peterson The annual Pensacola Seafood Festival is in its 34th year of delighting locals and visitors alike with their delicious seafood dishes, musical performances and family activities. [...]

My Pensacola—Matthieu Rodriguez

My Pensacola—Matthieu Rodriguez

Name: Matthieu Rodriguez Day Job: Ticket Manager at DeLuna Fest and 5 ½ Bar Cocktail Stylist Pensacola Resident Since: 2003 Good Eats: Time does not allow me to name all of my favorites, but [...]

News of the Weird

News of the Weird

by Chuck Shepherd The medical establishment generally regards placentas (afterbirth) as biohazardous waste, but to New York City placenta chef Jennifer Mayer, they are a nutrient-laden meat that [...]

The Sounds of NOLA Come To The Beach

The Sounds of NOLA Come To The Beach

By Kate Peterson It’s been this way forever. If you live in Pensacola and want to hear some incredible music, you make the three hour trip to New Orleans. That’s beginning to change. In [...]

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