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The Great Party Equalizer: The Barbecue

The Great Party Equalizer: The Barbecue

By Ashley Hardaway This past month, my youth heaved a dying breath upon my birthday as I “officially” entered my late twenties—far past the age where a keg and some chips are all that’s [...]

Hiring Heroes

Hiring Heroes

LOCAL DOCTOR WANTS TO HELP VETERANS BY CHRISTINA EDWARDS Yellow ribbons. American flags. “Support Our Troops” bumper stickers. You’d be hard pressed to go a day without seeing these or [...]

Rant & Rave 8/11/11

Rant & Rave 8/11/11

IN: NEXT BIGGEST LOSER Who ever picks these Winners & Losers (Independent News, July 28) should consider IN as the Next Big Loser! Saying Allen West is a loser and dislikes women is just bad [...]

Calling all music geeks…

Calling all music geeks…

The IN is teaming up with our friends at Play to bring you a monthly music trivia night—starting with a very special DeLuna Fest edition this Thursday. So if you want to score some great prizes [...]

My Pensacola—Cortney Campus

My Pensacola—Cortney Campus

Cortney Campus Day Job: Owner/Stylist, STYLE Pensacola Resident Since: 2001 Good Eats: -I always look forward to my weekly happy hour/dinner at The Fish House. My simple staples are wine and a [...]

Food News 8/11/11

Food News 8/11/11

Summer Restaurant Week The Fish House, Jackson’s Steakhouse and Atlas Oyster Bar Aug. 9-13 Be sure to stop at one, or all three, of The Great Southern Restaurant Group’s restaurants this [...]

Soul of the Community

Soul of the Community

CHURCHES PUT CREED INTO DEED By Jennie McKeon It’s 8 a.m. Sunday service at Bethel AME Church. The choir is singing “Certainly Lord” while everyone dressed in their Sunday best moves to the [...]

Happenings + Live Music Listings 8/11/11

Happenings + Live Music Listings 8/11/11

THURSDAY 8.11 HAPPENINGS ‘BREAKING THE SILENCE TOUR’ AT GCKH 8:30 a.m. Provides an informative overview of the concepts and processes of the GCKH mission, including a tour of the facility. [...]

A&E Picks of the Week 8/11/11

A&E Picks of the Week 8/11/11

Aww Skee Skee… Just when you thought Monday nights were safe for staying in and watching TV or waiting on 1/2 off pizza at Ozone, the weekly skee ball league is starting up again at Play. There [...]

Never go on stage with a pet or kid.

Never go on stage with a pet or kid.

Or 35 kids. by Dylan O'Leary The first sentence is a maxim all actors know: No matter how good you are, go up against a cute puppy or, worse, a cute kid on stage, and you’re dead. The audience [...]

Up in the Air with Flight Risk

Up in the Air with Flight Risk

by Brett Hutchins Athens-based electronic rock band FLT RSK (Flight Risk) is looking forward to a high-energy full sensory concert experience at Pensacola’s Handlebar. On the heels of their [...]

News of the Weird 8/11/11

News of the Weird 8/11/11

by Chuck Shepherd For years, many traditional funerals in Taiwan—especially in rural areas or among working classes—have included pop singers and bikinied dancers, supposedly to entertain the [...]

DeLuna Fest Band That You Really Oughta Know: Cut Copy

DeLuna Fest Band That You Really Oughta Know: Cut Copy

Sounds like: A perfect mix of dance-rock and rock-dance—meaning just enough guitars so you always know they're there & just enough electronica to keep you dancing. For Fans Of:  Daft Punk, [...]

IN Interview: Studer Talks

IN Interview: Studer Talks

BLUE WAHOOS OWNER TALKS ABOUT PLEDGE BY RICK OUTZEN Quint and Rishy Studer have been under fire over their pledge, or pledges if you believe the Community Maritime Park Associates attorney and [...]

The Local: I Need a Cooler Dog

The Local: I Need a Cooler Dog

I Need a Cooler Dog by Edwin Banacia Born in Brooklyn and raised in Manhattan, my dog Dylan is your typical New Yorker. He finds it weird when strangers acknowledge him. Smiles and casual [...]

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