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News Story: One Nation Working Together

News Story: One Nation Working Together

Progressives and liberals try to build enthusiasm by RICK OUTZEN Right-wing radio personality and Fox News host Glenn Beck declared on his radio show that it would be a “well-orchestrated, [...]

Winners & Losers 10.07

Winners & Losers 10.07

Winners TROY BROWN The Escambia County Sheriff’s Office missing persons investigator was assigned the case of Tia McShane, age 11, who hadn’t been seen for years. The child was restricted to a [...]

Get It Girls

Get It Girls

Pensacola’s Roller Derby League Takes on One Task at a Time By Hana Frenette The women at Pensacola Roller Derby aren’t just skating around scantily clad and heavily made up trying to knock [...]

Cover Story: United We Fail

Cover Story: United We Fail

The struggles to agree on regional vision By Sean Boone Buried within manila folders inside the University of West Florida library’s basement lies the blueprints for Pensacola’s most [...]

Staff Pick: King of the Wing

Staff Pick: King of the Wing

The concept is simple. The best wing eateries in the Pensacola area compete for the title of “King of the Wing,” and Pensacolians get to eat unlimited samples, drink copious amounts of soft [...]

Business Profile—Art Praha

Business Profile—Art Praha

Radim Smejkal and wife Jeidy always dreamed of opening their own art gallery. After years of working in the corporate world they decided it was time to follow their passion. “After many talks we [...]

The Last Word—Amber Rushing

Amber Rushing GENERAL MANAGER, ELISE COASTAL DINING What is your chief characteristic? Organization What do you appreciate most about your friends? They know the worst of me and refuse to [...]

The Last Word—Lauren Anzaldo

The Last Word—Lauren Anzaldo

Lauren Anzaldo Program Manager, Pathways for Change What is your chief characteristic? I am often smiling. What do you appreciate most about your friends? They are motivated, positive and [...]

Here Comes the Rain

Here Comes the Rain

Rain: A Tribute to the Beatles Plays at the Saenger Theatre By Hana Frenette Have a little help from your friends and maybe you’ll end up on Broadway. It might help if you possess the talent to [...]

Cover Story: IN’s Month of Lunches

Cover Story: IN’s Month of Lunches

Lunch Picks to Get you Through October’s 21 Work Days By IN Staff It’s so easy to get caught in a rut when it comes to lunch. However, the greater Pensacola area has an excellent selection of [...]

Cover Story: EAT! Fall 2010 Full Dining Directory

Cover Story: EAT! Fall 2010 Full Dining Directory

DOWNTOWN PENSACOLA 600 South Wine & Tapas Bar 600 S. Palafox St., 432-5254, 600southpalafox.com Atlas Oyster House 600 S. Barracks St., 437-1961, goodgrits.com Blue Dot Barbecue 310 N. [...]

The Public Record 9.30

The Public Record 9.30

Dear Maxwell, I was wondering if, in the spirit of Pensacola becoming the “live music Mecca” it is again destined to be, could The Public Record do an article remembering the Bayfront [...]

ECUA Raising Rates

ECUA Raising Rates

Proposed Ten Percent Hike Comes With Controversy by SEAN BOONE Despite a packed room of public opposition, the Emerald Coast Utilities Authority Board approved at its Sept. 23 meeting a motion to [...]

Winners & Losers 9.30

Winners & Losers 9.30

Winners PENSACOLA AIRPORT The greater Pensacola area finally got Southwest Airlines—not as an addition to the carriers at its airport, but by the airline buying AirTran, which already flies in [...]

IN Interview: The Electric Six

IN Interview: The Electric Six

Detroit’s ‘Wild Bunch’ comes to Vinyl By SEAN BOONE They took you to the “Gay Bar,” hit you with a shot of “High Voltage,” and put you on the floor with the “Dance Commander.” [...]

Outtakes 9.30

Outtakes 9.30

FLICKER OF HOPE The most fragile of all virtues may be hope. It’s that flicker of light at the end of a long dark tunnel, or the whiff of fried bacon that drifts into your bedroom which just may [...]

Cover Story: Food and Wine Calendar

Cover Story: Food and Wine Calendar

Oct. 1 Friday Wine & Beer Tastings 4-7 p.m. every Friday. Distinctive Kitchens Wine Tasting 5:15-7:30 p.m. weekly. Central Grocery Wine Tasting 5-7 p.m. weekly. Seville Quarter Oct. [...]

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