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We Can Build It

We Can Build It

By Shelby Smithey Right now, it’s just a concrete slab. But in a couple of months, 2914 N. Roosevelt St. will be transformed into a brand new home for Donna Snowden and her two daughters with [...]

Winners & Losers 8/20/15

Winners & Losers 8/20/15

Winners P.C. Wu During the June 2015 Northwest Florida League of Cities board meeting, members voted unanimously to name the annual Municipal Official of the Year Award in honor of Pensacola [...]

The Power of Photography

The Power of Photography

By Jennifer Leigh When the Wide Angle Photo Club first hosted its Power of Photography show 22 years ago, it was just a handful of members hanging up their photos at the Santa Rosa County [...]

Outtakes—Not My First Rodeo

Outtakes—Not My First Rodeo

In 2001, this newspaper took tremendous criticism when it questioned the actions of Escambia County Commissioner W. D. Childers. We reported the late night meetings where millions of dollars were [...]

Olson’s No-Confidence Conversation, Part One

Olson’s No-Confidence Conversation, Part One

By Jeremy Morrison Last week, Pensacola City Councilman Charles Bare made it known he intended to seek a vote of no confidence following the revelation that City Administrator Eric Olson contacted [...]

Calendar 8/20/15

Calendar 8/20/15

THURSDAY  8.20 MARKET ON THE BEACH 4 p.m. Check out Pensacola Beach's new farmers market, held every Thursday from 4 p.m. until sunset. Casino Beach parking lot, 735 Pensacola Beach [...]

See the Seaplane Revival

See the Seaplane Revival

By Jennifer Leigh Based on the first crossing of the Atlantic by naval aviators, “Seaplane, An All American Musical,” is like seeing your history book come to life before your eyes. Written [...]

The Buzz 8/20/15

The Buzz 8/20/15

Summer of the Donald On Tuesday, Aug. 11. Joe Scarborough of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” stopped by the offices of Inweekly. He was in his hometown to throw out the first pitch at the Pensacola Blue [...]

Preserving the Past

Preserving the Past

By Jennifer Leigh Pensacola author Georgia McCorvey Smith began writing her latest book as an attempt to engage one of her granddaughters with African-American history. "She loves math," Smith [...]

Ears & Fingers 8/20/15

Ears & Fingers 8/20/15

By Jason Leger Dr. Dre-Compton Few artists are as prolific as Dr. Dre. He’s the kind of presence who is missed when absent, but when he returns it feels like he was never really gone. When [...]

News of the Weird 8/20/15

News of the Weird 8/20/15

By Chuck Shepherd Cecil Speaks The distress across the Western world in July over the big-game killing of Cecil the lion in Zimbabwe was apparently misdirected, according to veteran "animal [...]

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