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Outtakes—Real Leadership

Outtakes—Real Leadership

Vince Whibbs served as mayor of Pensacola for four consecutive terms, from 1979-91. He wasn’t a strong mayor, like Ashton Hayward, but he was a civic leader and successful business owner. He [...]

Jumpstart Your January

Jumpstart Your January

By Sarah McCartan It’s easy to get carried away throwing goals out there. The hard part is actually figuring out how to tackle your goals so you can meet them. It’s safe to say at some [...]

Facebook Official

Facebook Official

Facebook’s Most Talked About Topics of 2013—United States Super Bowl Government Shutdown Boston Marathon Syria Crisis Harlem Shake Pope Francis George Zimmerman Royal Baby Nelson [...]

A Yuletide Reunion

A Yuletide Reunion

By Sarah McCartan The Handlebar has been home to many monumental sendoff shows for bands that have shaped the local music front for at least the last decade. A lot of these bands have a way of [...]

Year In News: Headlines That Made A Mark

Year In News: Headlines That Made A Mark

The IN took a look back at the headlines that drove the news cycles locally, nationally, and abroad in 2013. Though not comprehensive or listed in any particular order, the following are the stories [...]

Ears & Fingers—Top 25 of 2013

Ears & Fingers—Top 25 of 2013

by Jason Leger 1. The National-“Trouble Will Find Me” The National are a band who have only gotten better with age, as their front man finds more and more reasons to succumb wryly to his [...]

Pattern Book

Pattern Book

While reviewing our year in stories for this issue, we noticed a few recurring topics that kept popping up. Here are the issues and overachieving themes we identified and reported on repeatedly [...]

Have an Epic New Year’s Eve, Pensacola

Have an Epic New Year’s Eve, Pensacola

New Year’s Eve, while usually exciting, has the potential to be one of the most overhyped party nights of the year. Something about the promise of a New Year and a corresponding, symbolic clean [...]

News of the Weird 12/26/13

News of the Weird 12/26/13

by Chuck Shepherd Annals of Science America's foremost advocate for frontal lobotomies as "treatment" for mental disorder, the late Dr. Walter Freeman, performed an estimated 3,500 lobotomies [...]

The Buzz 12/19/13

The Buzz 12/19/13

Council Debates: What’s in a Name? At their regular meeting on Nov. 12, the Pensacola City Council considered arguments in the case of “City of Five Flags” v. the “Upside of Florida,” and, [...]

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