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The Buzz 7/7/11

The Buzz 7/7/11

WOODLANDS PROPOSALS REJECTED Mayor Ashton Hayward sent out on June 30 a letter to the architectural and engineering firms that bid on the Community Resource Center to be built in Woodland [...]

A New Sound for a New Decade

A New Sound for a New Decade

New Jersey band Thursday returns with Colour Revolt By Sarah McCartan Thursday has made their way back to the Panhandle and will be taking the stage tonight, this time at Vinyl Music Hall [...]

DeLuna Fest Band That You Really Oughta Know: Matt and Kim

DeLuna Fest Band That You Really Oughta Know: Matt and Kim

Sounds like: A party—and not just any party, but the kind of party you actually want to go to. Think upbeat poppy punk, handclaps, banging drums and catchy singalong choruses. For Fans [...]

News of the Weird

News of the Weird

By Chuck Sheppard Top Gun: Todd Whitehurst may be the “father” of from 42 to 60 children, based on statistical probability that recognizes his virtuosity as a sperm donor, according to a June [...]

Hot Times 7/7/11

Hot Times 7/7/11

THURSDAY 7.7 ART CULTURE CLUB AT PMA 5-7:30 p.m. One the first Thursday each month, enjoy wine, beer and hors d’oeuvres along with live music and artwork by featured artists. Free with RSVP. [...]

The Last Word—Lindsay Rae Myers

The Last Word—Lindsay Rae Myers

Lindsay Rae Myers Barista, Freelance Writer, etc. What is your chief characteristic? Earnestness What do you appreciate most about your friends? Being able to challenge one another to be [...]

Flea Finds

Flea Finds

Bargain shopping in the outdoors By Jennie McKeon Even though you’d rather hide from the sweltering heat in the mall where prices are marked up and the air conditioner is on high, you might be [...]

Community Outreach 7/7/11

Community Outreach 7/7/11

Destination Archaeology Resource Center Brings Unique Science Café to Pensacola The Destination Archaeology Resource Center (DARC) and the Pensacola Bay Brewery are hosting a new event called [...]

Oops, Ms. Liz is alive & well

Oops, Ms. Liz is alive & well

Correction: We incorrectly listed one of our favorite columnists, Liz Greenhut, as the "late" Silhouettes columnist in "More Memorables" article. Ms. Greenhut is alive, remarried and doing well. She [...]

IN Celebrates 12 Years In Print

IN Celebrates 12 Years In Print

The very first Independent News was published on July 1, 1999. On the cover is a sign with a cocktail glass in a red circle with a slash through it. The sign on the sandy dunes topped with sea oats [...]

12 Pack

12 Pack

12 Unforgettable People Behind The Headlines By Rick Outzen For the past 12 years, the Independent News has met many fascinating characters that led to some of our best articles. It was [...]

More Memorables

More Memorables

ABROGAST, JESSIE 8-year-old boy who was mauled by a 7-foot bull shark on  July 6, 2001 while wading in knee-deep water at the Gulf Islands National Seashore. OK BATTLE, LINDSEY Singer 2006 INMA [...]

Outtakes 6/30/11

Outtakes 6/30/11

AGAINST ALL ODDS A reader asked me, “How has the Independent News survived for a dozen years?” We’re a free publication solely dependent on advertising in an era that has seen the 9/11 tragedy, [...]

Winners & Losers 6/30/11

Winners & Losers 6/30/11

The IN political hack, muckracker and yellow journalist alumni association met and voted on the biggest winners of the first 12 years of the Independent News. In true Winners & Losers style, all [...]

IN Timeline

IN Timeline

July 1999 First Independent published November 1999 First Florida Sun published September 2000 IN publishes first Best of the Coast January 2001 Papers merge to form Independent Florida [...]

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