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Winners & Losers 2/15/17

Winners & Losers 2/15/17

Winners Pensacola Sports The University of West Florida Intercollegiate Athletics announced a $100,000 gift commitment from Pensacola Sports and the Pensacola Sports Foundation to assist with the [...]

Calendar 2/15/18

Calendar 2/15/18

THURSDAY 2.15 PENSACOLA OPERA PRESENTS: THE THREE LITTLE PIGS 10:30 a.m. Tryon Branch Library: 1200 Langley Ave. mywfpl.com 2018 OSCAR NOMINATED SHORT FILMS DOCUMENTARY 12 p.m. $5. Voices of [...]

Fem For All

Fem For All

By Shelby Nalepa and By Jennie McKeon FemFest, a weeklong celebration of intersectional feminism, is expanding their lineup and beneficiaries in 2018. This year's events include everything from [...]

A Tale of Two Kickstarters

A Tale of Two Kickstarters

By Shelby Nalepa The reality is that big dreams sometimes have big price tags, which is where crowdfunding comes in. We think these two local Kickstarter campaigns deserve a nod and we want to [...]

The Buzz 2/15/18

The Buzz 2/15/18

New Ambassador with Pensacola Roots The White House last week announced Admiral Harry B. Harris, Jr. has been nominated to be the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of [...]

Outtakes—Fake News Crisis

Outtakes—Fake News Crisis

By Rick Outzen The Fake News Crisis isn't how newspapers report and hold our government accountable. The crisis is we are entering an era in which the technology exists to make it appear as if [...]

News of the Weird 2/15/18

News of the Weird 2/15/18

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel Karma Takes Wing A Canada goose got its final revenge on Feb. 1 when, after being shot out of the sky by a hunter in Easton, Maryland, it struck Robert Meilhammer, [...]

Putnam Stumps in Pensacola

Putnam Stumps in Pensacola

By Jeremy Morrison If you've ever heard of Adam Putnam, it may be because, as Florida's Commissioner of Agriculture, his name is on every gas pump in the state. Or maybe you've heard that Putnam [...]

Mardi Party 2018

Mardi Party 2018

KREWE BREW By Stephanie Sharp The idea of Mardi Gras is to get your vices out of your system before Ash Wednesday and there are plenty of ways to do just that and stay local this season. For [...]

FemFest 2018 Preview

FemFest 2018 Preview

FemFest, everyone’s favorite annual feminist event, is happening again this month and it’s even bigger and better than last year. The weeklong celebration of intersectional feminism will [...]

Winners & Losers 2/8/18

Winners & Losers 2/8/18

Winners Pete Moore Chevrolet The Pensacola dealership has been awarded the 2018 DealerRater Dealer of the Year Award, which recognizes auto dealerships across the U.S. and Canada who deliver [...]

Harassment in the Firehouse

Harassment in the Firehouse

By Rick Outzen On Monday, Jan. 29, Rick's Blog broke the news that the Escambia Board of County Commissioners may have to settle a harassment claim regarding a female professional firefighter. [...]

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