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Outtakes 12/15/11

Outtakes 12/15/11

HISTORIC EMBARRASSMENT The Magnolia Cemetery sits in the heart of old Pensacola on A Street, between Cervantes Street and Pensacola High School. Hundreds drive by it every day. IN reporter Jeremy [...]

Winners & Losers 12/15/11

Winners & Losers 12/15/11

WINNERS QUINT & RISHY STUDER The couple had a big week. They announced mid-week, the Pensacola Business Challenge, a contest for entrepreneurs and business owners to win a business startup [...]

IN Introduces: Pioneers! O Pioneers!

IN Introduces: Pioneers! O Pioneers!

By Sarah McCartan The month of November marked a great many things — mustaches supporting men’s health, the start of the holiday season and, on the new music front, the release of an EP by [...]

Haitian Adoption Nightmare

Haitian Adoption Nightmare

FAMILIES CLAIM SEXUAL ABUSE AT MISSION By Rick Outzen The story was one of the truly “feel good” stories coming out of the earthquake that devastated Haiti nearly two years ago. Forty-one [...]

My Pensacola—Kyle Marrero

My Pensacola—Kyle Marrero

KYLE MARRERO Day Job: Vice President for University Advancement, UWF Pensacola Resident Since:  2005, but working for Pensacola Opera since 2000 My Pensacola exists between the UWF campus and [...]

Happenings 12/15/11

Happenings 12/15/11

12.15 ‘A ROADTRIP THROUGH FLORIDA ARCHAEOLOGY 10 a.m. DARC, 207 E. Main St. 595-0050, ext. 107 or flpublicarchaeology.org/darc.php. WOVEN & WRAPPED: KIMONOS, CLOTHING AND CULTURE OF EARLY [...]

Treading on the Downtrodden?

Treading on the Downtrodden?

Hayward’s Campout Crackdown Slapped Down by Jeremy Morrison A new ordinance proposed by Mayor Ashton Hayward has been described by citizens as “sick,” “bonkers” and “immoral and very, [...]

Ballet Pensacola Presents: “The Nutcracker”

Ballet Pensacola Presents: “The Nutcracker”

by Jennie McKeon It’s less than two weeks until Ballet Pensacola performs the ultimate holiday dance, “The Nutcracker.” Inside the studio, Joey Mounce, the Nutcracker Prince, and Erin [...]

International Holiday Staples

International Holiday Staples

by Ashley Hardaway Holiday dinners. Most likely your family sticks to what they have always done because – well, it’s tradition. My family too has its 10 staples and while they’re always [...]

Maximilian Coffee

Maximilian Coffee

by Ashley Hardaway For a brief time, Mexico was ruled not by a president, but a noble Austrian they had proclaimed as emperor. His ruling was brief, ending in his execution, but his impact [...]

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