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My Pensacola—Liz Pelt

My Pensacola—Liz Pelt

Name: Liz Pelt Day Job: Account Manager at Appleyard Agency Pensacola Resident Since: 2008 Good Eats: The perfect date night or girls’ night out is Global Grill. Nothing is better than picking [...]

A Christmas Story Comes to Life

A Christmas Story Comes to Life

By Jennie McKeon Instead of watching “A Christmas Story” for 24-hours straight on TBS, take in the stage production at Pensacola Little Theatre. “I actually prefer the play to the [...]

Don’t Call It A “Hate Crime”

Don’t Call It A “Hate Crime”

Thanksgiving Day Beating Highlights Problem with Alabama Law By Jeremy Morrison During a Thanksgiving visit with her girlfriend’s family in Mobile, Ala., Mallory Owens was severely beaten by [...]

Winner & Losers 12/6/12

Winner & Losers 12/6/12

WINNERS Jeff Miller House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) announced that our Congressman Jeff Miller will remain the chairman of the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee for the 113th Congress. The [...]

News of the Weird 12/6/12

News of the Weird 12/6/12

by Chuck Shepherd PANDA GRADUATION PARTY Yes, This Is Really How They Do It: The Wolong Panda Training Base in Sichuan, China, released a series of photos to China Daily in October to mark the [...]

2012 Winners & Losers

2012 Winners & Losers

Picking winners and losers in an election year is relatively easy, but we at the Independent News chose to ignore the candidates, of course. Besides we prick and praise them on a weekly basis [...]

Institutional Problem

Institutional Problem

Florida Sending Disabled Children to Nursing Facilities By Jeremy Morrison The U.S. Department of Justice has put Florida on notice for institutionalizing hundreds of developmentally disabled [...]

Happenings 11/29/12

Happenings 11/29/12

THURSDAY 11.29 ‘PENSACOLA STATE  ART FACULTY EXHIBITION’ 7 a.m. through Dec 14. Anna Lamar Switzer Center for Visual Arts, Bldg 15, Pensacola State College, 1000 College Blvd., Bldg 15. [...]

WTFF?

WTFF?

How Many Floridians Does it Take to Screw An Election? By Jeremy Morrison There it was, the awkward protrusion, screwing it up again. A national embarrassment dangling from the bottom of the [...]

Defending the Trend

Defending the Trend

Living Gluten Free By Jennie McKeon Gluten free is not just a diet fad, but also a defense against Celiac disease. “It’s a little trendy, kind of like the disease de jour,” said Sheila [...]

H&W Calendar 11/29/12

H&W Calendar 11/29/12

11.29 Herbal Study at Ever’man Ongoing Herbal Study Group - Exploring natural healing, use of herbs, films, discussions. Free for members, $2 non-members. Ever'man, 315 W. Garden St. The class is [...]

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