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It Happened Here

It Happened Here

Evenings in Olde Seville Square: The Comeback Kid of Pensacola Festivals by Jessica Forbes Returning this May after bidding what was believed to be a final farewell in 2012, Evenings in Olde [...]

A New World for Pioneers! O Pioneers!

A New World for Pioneers! O Pioneers!

By Sarah McCartan It’s about growth and progress. But above all it’s about honesty. With two EPs under their belts, the now four-piece local rock band, Pioneers! O Pioneers!, is well on their [...]

Surfer Blood Comes to Town

Surfer Blood Comes to Town

by Hana Frenette Surfer Blood easily sounds like the name of a band that’s eager to churn out Metallica covers and induce gnarly mosh pits. The Florida natives have a much more appealing sound [...]

Outtakes 4/25/13

Outtakes 4/25/13

Do The Right Thing Is the city of Pensacola able of looking at an ethical issue without getting caught up in personalities? Here is the situation: A board has the power to recommend leases to [...]

Flying High with Anita Lesko

Flying High with Anita Lesko

Local Lands ‘Big Deal’ Conference By Jeremy Morrison A couple of years ago, Anita Lesko realized she had Asperger’s syndrome. That was more than 20 years after she had become a registered [...]

Piecing the Puzzle

Piecing the Puzzle

Autism and Life on the Spectrum By Jeremy Morrison Angela Owens is like a lot of other mothers. She loves to talk about her children. “How long do you have?” Owens laughs. “Having two [...]

Ears & Fingers 4/25/13

Ears & Fingers 4/25/13

By Jason Leger Iron & Wine – ‘Ghost On Ghost’ Sam Beam’s moves are very difficult to predict. He is the archetypal musical chameleon. In case you dropped off the Iron & Wine [...]

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 [...]

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