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Join the Colorful Party

Join the Colorful Party

By Sarah McCartan Join the colorful party, and get a little exercise while you’re at it. If you missed the purple, green and gold Mardi Gras madness that was Pensacola’s first grassroots take [...]

Retrieving the Past to Give to the Future

Retrieving the Past to Give to the Future

By Jessica Forbes Over the past 20 years, Linda and Columbus Thompson have developed a personal passion for history into something with a much broader reach. As the organizers of the Sankofa [...]

The Buzz 6/13/13

The Buzz 6/13/13

NO MORE NOOSES Dr. Judy Bense, the president of University of West Florida, wants to make sure the racially charged incidents like those that happened in April 2012 are never repeated. Last year, [...]

Steve Williams

Steve Williams

Steve Williams Chairman, Board of Directors of the YMCA of Northwest Florida Growing up in Baton Rouge, La., Steve Williams was a member of the YMCA. Today, he chairs the Board of Directors of [...]

Anita Lesko

Anita Lesko

Anita Lesko Author, Asperger’s advocate Anita Lesko is up to something. “I’ve got a really, really big plan in my head,” she said. “It’s kind of a really big thing.” When [...]

Marching Toward Equality

Marching Toward Equality

By Sarah McCartan Friday, June 14 marks the return of PensacolaPRIDE. Presented by the Gay Grassroots Association of Northwest Florida, this annual weeklong celebration upholds PensacolaPRIDE’s [...]

Elaine Sargent

Elaine Sargent

Elaine Sargent Environmentalist, 350 Pensacola For a lot of people, the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico was a warning. Elaine Sargent is one of those people. “It really opened our [...]

Christian Wagley

Christian Wagley

Christian Wagley Environmental Seat, Escambia County RESTORE Act Advisory Committee In 2010, the oil spill in the gulf hit the Gulf Coast. It was the worst spill in the country’s [...]

Ed Ranelli

Ed Ranelli

Ed Ranelli Dean, UWF College of Business Last year, the University of West Florida opened the doors of its new College of Business Education Center. The center could well serve as a monument to [...]

Sandy Veilleux

Sandy Veilleux

Sandy Veilleux Co-owner, Flora Bama Farms Some people are wild about food. Wild about fresh food, local food. Foodies, they’re called. Sandy Veilleux is a foodie. She approaches food with an [...]

Denny Wilson

Denny Wilson

Denny Wilson Principal, Oakcrest Elementary School As this academic year drew to a close, Escambia County School District Superintendent Malcolm Thomas paid a visit to Oakcrest Elementary School. [...]

AmeriCorps Comes to Help With Hammers

AmeriCorps Comes to Help With Hammers

Habitat for Humanity’s new initiative revitalizes Pensacola neighborhoods By Jessica Forbes If all goes according to plan for many AmeriCorps members, a week of work that ended on a hot [...]

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