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Working for the Weekends

Working for the Weekends

By Jessica Forbes If you’re mainly staycationing this year, have no worries about keeping entertained. Every Friday through Sunday this summer there is at least one thing to do daily for those [...]

The Buzz 7/4/13

The Buzz 7/4/13

TRUTH IN GOVERNMENT Despite how Interim County Administrator George Touart tried to position it, Sheriff David Morgan didn’t request the Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) raise the property tax [...]

Get Smart: Your Local Museums Guide

Get Smart: Your Local Museums Guide

By Jessica Forbes Between Pensacola and Milton, there are enough museums to keep you busy each Saturday from now through Labor Day. The upside of museum hopping—in addition to getting your learn [...]

Get Out of Town—All in a Day’s Drive

Get Out of Town—All in a Day’s Drive

By Sarah McCartan Sure, summer is a prime time to get a bit more creative than usual on your familiar home front, and maybe even discover a favorite new hot spot or two, but it is also an equally [...]

Should I Stay or Should I Go?

Should I Stay or Should I Go?

A Summer Guide to Weekends and Roadtrips (plus a little something for the kids) Stay: Working for the Weekends Stay: Get Smart—Your Local Museums Guide Go: Get Out of Town—All in a Day’s [...]

Winners & Losers 7/4/13

Winners & Losers 7/4/13

WINNERS Fred Levin The 1955 UF Ping Pong champion hosted with his law firm the City of Champions Gala honoring the city’s other fine athletes, including Trent Richardson, Don Sutton, Emmitt [...]

Happenings 7/4/13

Happenings 7/4/13

THURSDAY 7.4 HISTORIC PENSACOLA TROLLEY TOUR 10 a.m. & 2 p.m. Pensacola Visitor Center, 1401 E. Gregory St., 941-2876 or beachbumtrolley.com. MESS HALL 10 a.m. The Pensacola MESS Hall (Math, [...]

News of the Weird 7/4/13

by Chuck Shepherd SIEGING CHEATERS As many as 50 exam monitors were forced to take cover at a high school in Zhongxiang, China, in June, fending off outraged students (and some parents) who hurled [...]

The Upside of Corruption

The Upside of Corruption

Team Hayward Fails Transparency Test By Rick Outzen As a candidate, Mayor Ashton Hayward built his campaign on his bright smile and the promise to restore trust in government. That smile might [...]

Staff Pick: Slow Food Picks Up Steam

Staff Pick: Slow Food Picks Up Steam

By Jessica Forbes “A Community Cooks” is the launch of the Gulf Coast chapter of Slow Food USA, an organization whose byline is “Supporting Good, Clean, and Fair Food.” Slow Food is a [...]

No Blinking

No Blinking

Escambia County to Assume Jail Operations by Jeremy Morrison Keys to the Escambia County Jail look to be changing hands. County officials are preparing to inherit operations of the facility from [...]

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