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The Buzz 9/6/12

The Buzz 9/6/12

Black Ministers Unite A group of local ministers gathered on Monday, August 27 to make a statement regarding the recent string of shootings in the Pensacola area. “Too many of our young people [...]

Rapper’s Delight

Rapper’s Delight

By Hana Frenette Rap in the '90s was great. Lyrical freedom was being utilized to the fullest and auto-tune didn’t exist yet. Several new artists emerged from the West Coast, creating the [...]

Beer, Beer, and More Beer

Beer, Beer, and More Beer

By Kate Peterson We are not talking about any old run-of-the-mill beer. The Escambia Bay Homebrewers organization prides itself on making the finest of adult beverages. The club, along with [...]

My Pensacola—Cindi Bonner

My Pensacola—Cindi Bonner

Name: Cindi Bonner aka Willis, Granola, Big Momma or CBB Day Job: Owner of Fitness Onboard LLC Pensacola Resident Since: I was born and raised in Pensacola. Left for college in 1989 and I [...]

Outttakes 9/6/12

Outttakes 9/6/12

A Much-Needed Win Why do nine out of 10 Pensacola residents believe the city is moving in the right direction? Some can point to the strong-mayor form of government and they would be partially [...]

Winners & Losers 9/6/12

Winners & Losers 9/6/12

Winners Andy Terhaar The political newcomer will be the new Pensacola City Councilman for District 3 thanks to incumbent Maren DeWeese withdrawing from the race on Monday, August 27. Terhaar, age [...]

Seeing Our Best Years Ahead

Seeing Our Best Years Ahead

What the Quality of Life Survey Tells Us By Rick Outzen It’s a sunny Saturday and downtown Pensacola is bustling. People—young, old, black, white, families with babies in strollers, couples [...]

A&E Picks 9/6/12

A&E Picks 9/6/12

Handlebar Show Check out June Divided, the Nearly Deads, Dinosaur Daze, Skin Wiggin tonight at the Handlebar.  pensacolahandlebar.com  (9/6) Byrne and Vincent When we heard Talking Heads' [...]

Outtakes 8/30/12

Outtakes 8/30/12

GOOD START The Independent News has been reporting on gangs, gun violence and the disparities in education, employment and economic opportunity for years. When we reported on the racial disparities [...]

Going the Distance

Going the Distance

The Galloway Method Takes Runners Far By Jennie McKeon If you told Trish Taylor that one day she would be running marathons—that’s plural—she would have laughed at you. “I was the kid [...]

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