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Buck Lee

Buck Lee

Buck Lee Executive Director, Santa Rosa Island Authority Buck Lee is a permanent fixture in these parts. He has always been here and, presumably, will always be here—soaking up salt and sun [...]

Jenny Doyle

Jenny Doyle

Jenny Doyle Fundraiser, PACE Center and Autism Pensacola This spring, Jenny Doyle was able to get about 50 men to participate in a cooking fundraiser. Dubbed Men Who Cook, the event raised [...]

John Myslak

John Myslak

John Myslak Founder, Pensacola Youth Baseball Last year, John Myslak helped upstart a fall baseball league for Pensacola youth. It was about more than baseball. “Baseball is just a tool,” [...]

Rev. Rick Sosbe

Rev. Rick Sosbe

Rev. Rick Sosbe Pastor, Metropolitan Community Church At the age of 10, Rev. Rick Sosbe became a Christian. He felt at that time that he was called to serve God and become a pastor. He also felt [...]

News of the Weird 6/13!3

News of the Weird 6/13!3

by Chuck Shepherd Very Personal Hygiene Orestes De La Paz's exhibit at the Frost Art Museum in Miami in May recalled Chuck Palahniuk's novel and film "Fight Club," in which lead character Tyler [...]

Outtakes 6/13/13

Outtakes 6/13/13

RISKS OF LEADERSHIP The anniversary of D-Day, June 6, passed with little notice. On that day over 160,000 troops stormed the shores of Normandy, France in an effort to push back the Nazis and gain a [...]

Rev. Lonnie Wesley III

Rev. Lonnie Wesley III

Lonnie Wesley III Pastor, Greater Little Rock Baptist Church Pastor Lonnie Wesley III has just returned from speaking with local students at C. A. Weis Elementary School. He’s still riding off [...]

Game Changers 2013

Game Changers 2013

Each year, the IN compiles a list of people in our community whose efforts improve various aspects of local life in meaningful ways—individuals we consider Game Changers.  Many game changers have [...]

From Choir Girl to Rock and Roller

From Choir Girl to Rock and Roller

by Brett Hutchins Armed with a voice that snakes through the foggy bayous of rural Louisiana and explodes with feeling in the streets of New Orleans, Maggie Koerner is here to pull at your [...]

Outtakes 6/6/13

Outtakes 6/6/13

VOTE FOR LAU On Tuesday, June 11, Pensacola, Gulf Breeze and southwest Escambia County will vote for who will replace the late Clay Ford as the state representative for District 2. Walter Bryan [...]

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