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[A Few of Our Favorite] Things to Eat and Drink Right Now

[A Few of Our Favorite] Things to Eat and Drink Right Now

By IN staff We’ve all had Grits à Ya Ya. And we all hope it is a dish that will always be around. Most of us Southerners can agree that it doesn’t get much better than one-of-a-kind dishes [...]

Cruiserweight Returns

Cruiserweight Returns

By Hana Frenette Pop punk band Cruiserweight is returning to Pensacola yet again. The Austin-based group has named Pensacola their second home since the early 2000s and after dozens of shows here [...]

Winners & Losers 11.21.13

Winners & Losers 11.21.13

Winners Blue Wahoos The Pensacola Blue Wahoos and their home stadium in downtown Pensacola have been awarded national recognition for the entire baseball experience the team and its staff [...]

Interview With The Commish

Interview With The Commish

Four Questions for New Chairman Lumon May by Rick Outzen Lumon May will become chairman of the Escambia County Board of County Commissioners on Nov. 21. He sat down with the Independent News [...]

Outtakes: How Do You Like Us Now?

Outtakes: How Do You Like Us Now?

by Rick Outzen Last year, Escambia County Commissioner Wilson Robertson blasted the local media declaring we were the worst enemy of the county. Most of his ire was directed at the Pensacola News [...]

Buzz 11.21

Buzz 11.21

Crist Disappointed in Scott Former Florida Governor Charlie Crist was in town on Monday, Nov. 18, and the local media was given a few minutes with him at the Hilton Garden Inn on Pensacola Beach. [...]

Make It or Fake It

Make It or Fake It

By: Jessica Forbes and Sarah McCartan The Thanksgiving holiday is the start of one of the most hectic times of the year for many people. And the decisions surrounding Turkey Day menus are usually [...]

Ears & Fingers 11.21.13

Ears & Fingers 11.21.13

By Jason Leger After the Beep: A Compilation Recorded on Phones, by Various Artists Technology, am I right? Viewing the current landscape of cell phones that do very little to actually resemble [...]

Painting, Poetry and Process

Painting, Poetry and Process

By: Sarah McCartan It doesn’t get much more vulnerable than opening yourself up through a visual display that rips off all of your layers and exposes the deepest parts of your inner being to the [...]

Hot Times 11.21-11.27.13

Hot Times 11.21-11.27.13

THURSDAY 11.21 HAPPENINGS RUNNING: SIX AT SIX 6 a.m. Running Wild, 3012 E Cervantes St. 435-9222 or werunwild.com. FIRST CITY ART CENTER 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. “Small Works” on display through [...]

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