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Staff Pick: Hip-Hop Night at Sluggo’s

Staff Pick: Hip-Hop Night at Sluggo’s

By Sarah McCartan Nothing gets a Friday night moving quite like a little bit of hip-hop. Although Sluggo's Vegetarian Restaurant is no stranger to hip-hop nights and has been serving as a host for [...]

Gun Crazy

Gun Crazy

Grappling with America’s Obsession By Jeremy Morrison As the rally wrapped up, two men lingered on the lawn in conversation. Talking about freedom, and fear. Talking about guns. “People [...]

Get Ready for the Academy Awards

Get Ready for the Academy Awards

By Jennie McKeon Award season is big, but nothing is bigger than the Oscars. The clothes, the mass amount of celebrities jam-packed into one place, the censored swear words—gotta love live [...]

Buzz: ‘Hopelessly Hung’

Buzz: ‘Hopelessly Hung’

In December 2011, Robert Donson was shot in the stomach by a Pensacola Police officer, and subsequently charged with possession of a gun, resisting arrest and assault on an officer. While still [...]

Outtakes: New Lions Arise

Outtakes: New Lions Arise

By Rick Outzen A hundred African-American men walked on Friday, Feb. 15 the streets of the Montclair neighborhood picking up trash and letting residents know that they aren’t alone. The walk [...]

Passion for People

Passion for People

Interview with Rev. H. K. Matthews By Rick Outzen Rev. H.K. Matthews walked into the Independent News to set the record straight.  Dressed in black slacks, a grey dress shirt with a white collar [...]

Things We Love Right Now

Things We Love Right Now

We are suckers for Valentine's Day. There, we said. It feels good to just let that out and embrace our cheesy, lovey romantic side. We know it's not cool to be all hearts and pink fluff, but we don't [...]

Humpback Revision

Humpback Revision

Last Call at the Bridge Bar? By Jeremy Morrison The Three-Mile Bridge has spanned the watery expanse of Pensacola Bay for decades. Rising from the depths with an arched back, it is part of the [...]

Winners & Losers

Winners & Losers

Winners Sgt. David Goldsmith His law enforcement career that spanned 31 years ended Jan. 31 when he retired from the Pensacola Police Department. Goldsmith began his career with the department as [...]

Conversations with a Professional Deadhead

Conversations with a Professional Deadhead

By Brett Hutchins When the Grateful Dead is brought up, it's usually either followed by a roll of the eyes or some form of excitement and respect. The band's magnetism became a cultural movement, [...]

Outtakes: Panhandle Power

Outtakes: Panhandle Power

By Rick Outzen Escambia County has significant influence throughout the state this year. We have representatives on the executive committees of three prominent state associations, Florida League [...]

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