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The Buzz 4/25/13

The Buzz 4/25/13

Escambia Embraces Second Chances By Jeremy Morrison The legal landscape just got a little brighter for local youth, with regional and state law enforcement officials gathering recently to [...]

No-Dog Day Afternoon

No-Dog Day Afternoon

The Palafox Market’s Dog Debate By Jeremy Morrison It’s a beautiful, bright blue Saturday morning and the Palafox Market is stretched out and sunning itself along three downtown blocks. [...]

How The IN Does Saturdays

How The IN Does Saturdays

Staff Stay Local Saturdays While putting together this issue, we discovered that as a staff our Saturday "routines" vary a lot. Some of us get up insanely early to be good, healthy people and [...]

What’s Happening

What’s Happening

Saturday, April 20 So, you're ready to commit to Stay Local this Saturday but you aren't sure exactly where to start? Don't worry, we've got your back.  In additional Record Store Day and local [...]

Raku Rendezvous

Raku Rendezvous

By Lilia Del Bosque Oakey Whitehouse Raku pottery has been around since the 16th century but, for the first time in years, First City Art Center is offering Raku workshops to local potters. On [...]

Put The Needle On The Record

Put The Needle On The Record

If you feel a need to whet your vinyl record appetite in anticipation of Record Store Day, The East Hill Yard will provide just the event to do so this Thursday night. Local musicians Aaron Finlay [...]

News of the Weird 4/18/13

News of the Weird 4/18/13

by Chuck Shepherd Electric Chastity Belt To counter the now-well-publicized culture of rape in India, three engineers in Chennai said in March that they are about to send to the market women’s [...]

Desperation to Triumph in the Land of the Free

Desperation to Triumph in the Land of the Free

By Brett Hutchins A broken home. Teenage homelessness. The murder of a sibling and best friend. The 64-year-old soul musician Charles Bradley has lived a life full of heartache, pain, and now, [...]

Retail Reflections

Retail Reflections

Corporate vs. Independent Retail: A View from the Inside By Jessica Forbes Like many Americans, my mother loves going to the mall.  I spent countless childhood weekends wandering with her [...]

Why Local Matters

Why Local Matters

This "stay local" thing isn't just a trend or a catch phrase. It's a real movement based on culture, quality of life and macroeconomics. There's undeniable positive economic impact that comes when [...]

Stay Local Saturday

Stay Local Saturday

Every year, the IN does a Stay Local issue—which we dedicate to all the local businesses that make Pensacola a place we actually want to live (and spend our money) in. We also look forward to [...]

Outtakes 4/18/13

Outtakes 4/18/13

LET US RULE OURSELVES Once upon a time, conservatives stood for the principal of home rule, meaning that communities had the right to establish their own ordinances and thereby create and govern the [...]

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