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Travel Smart, Arrive Safe

Travel Smart, Arrive Safe

By Sarah McCartan It doesn’t matter how you are getting there. The important thing is that you are traveling smart so that you arrive at each and every one of your destinations safely. Here are [...]

Queer and Here: The Long History of Gay Tourists on Pensacola Beach

Queer and Here: The Long History of Gay Tourists on Pensacola Beach

By Jessica Forbes On Memorial Day weekend, a remote stretch of Pensacola Beach is widely known as a destination for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) visitors for the first three-day [...]

In Observance

In Observance

Amid the festivities that have grown to surround Memorial Day weekend, ultimately, the annual, federal holiday is a time to honor the memory of the men and women who have died while serving in the [...]

News of the Weird 5/23/13

News of the Weird 5/23/13

by Chuck Shepherd Backyard Barnyard The Department of Agriculture reported recently that in four of America’s largest cities—New York, Miami, Los Angeles and Denver—nearly one home out of [...]

Ears and Fingers 5/23/13

Ears and Fingers 5/23/13

The National—‘Trouble Will Find Me’ by Jason Leger “You’re not that much like me. You should know me better than that,” Matt Berninger warbles in his signature baritone on “I [...]

Legends, Myths and Questions Unanswered

Legends, Myths and Questions Unanswered

By Jessica Forbes Over the course of living and working in Pensacola, several IN staffers have heard a few curious stories about Memorial Day weekend. While preparing this issue, a few of those [...]

Still Unleashed

Still Unleashed

By Lindsay Rae Myers Ten years ago Atlanta musician Kristy Lee brought her guitar to the beach for Memorial Day and the UnLeashed Music Festival was born. This seems appropriate for a weekend born [...]

Happenings 5/23/13

Happenings 5/23/13

THURSDAY 5.23 MEMORIAL DAY OBSERVANCE 9-11 a.m. Captain Marvel, from Naval Education and Training Command at NAS Pensacola, will speak at the event. A reception and breakfast on the grounds will [...]

Outtakes 5/23/13

Outtakes 5/23/13

Perdido Key Steps Up By Rick Outzen Perdido Key is seen by many as condo canyon with few full-time residents. This past weekend that myth was busted wide open as that community rallied to help [...]

The Economics of Acceptance

The Economics of Acceptance

By Jessica Forbes Founded in April 2013, the Pensacola Alliance for Equality (PAE) has, in a little over one month’s time, had more than 50 local organizations and businesses join in support of [...]

Another Summer of Concerts

Another Summer of Concerts

By Sarah McCartan A Thursday evening in Pensacola during the summer months wouldn’t feel quite right without watching the sun set while listening to music echoing from downtown’s historic [...]

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