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P.C. Wu

P.C. Wu

NEW FLORIDA LEAGUE OF CITIES V.P. SHARES INSIGHTS By Rick Outzen Pensacola City Councilman P.C. Wu is a gentleman, a statesman, a scholar and a public servant. There are few people you will meet [...]

The Buzz 9/1/11

The Buzz 9/1/11

Lumon May pre-filed on Aug. 29 for Escambia County Commission District 3. The seat is currently held by Marie Young, who was appointed to the position by Republican Gov. Jeb Bush in 2002. Since [...]

Ballsy Plan VIII

Ballsy Plan VIII

THINKING OUTSIDE OF THE BOX By Rick Outzen In May 2004, Pensacola and Escambia County were study crazy. Everything from rezoning the northern part of the county to the Port of Pensacola was being [...]

Matt and Kim Won’t Stop Till They Drop

Matt and Kim Won’t Stop Till They Drop

By Hana Frenette When Matt Johnson of Matt and Kim was asked if they’d ever played in Pensacola before, his response was, “Hell yeah we have!” Like many other bands that have come [...]

Winners & Losers 9/1/11

Winners & Losers 9/1/11

WINNERS ASHTON HAYWARD The Mayor of Pensacola scored big with his announcement of the demolition of the dilapidated Blount Junior High School, which has been closed since 1982. Fulfilling a campaign [...]

My Pensacola—Kelly Blackwell

My Pensacola—Kelly Blackwell

Kelly Blackwell Day Job: Communications Coordinator at UWF from 9-5, Bad Ass Around Town 24/7 Pensacola Resident Since: 1993 Good Eats: The Elbow Room Phread and Lisa host this unique [...]

The Local: Go See Live Music

The Local: Go See Live Music

While writing a different version of "The Local" and listening to a bootleg Grateful Dead show it occurred to me: I was writing about the wrong thing. A few weeks ago, I went to Vinyl Music Hall and [...]

Outtakes 8/25/11

Outtakes 8/25/11

SCHOOL CEO NEEDED Escambia County needs to branch outside of its public school system and elect someone as superintendent who is not a product of its system. Too much inbreeding has led to some [...]

LeaPing Forward

LeaPing Forward

By Jeremy Morrison When you ask people involved with LeaP (Leadership Pensacola) about their experience with the program, they tend to get excited. “It was a life changing experience for [...]

A City Built By Volunteers

A City Built By Volunteers

GULF BREEZE CELEBRATES 50 YEARS By Rick Outzen The City of Gulf Breeze was formed in 1961 because its citizens wanted to control their own destiny, according to historian Ann Brodie. On Saturday, [...]

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