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The Last Word—Bubbs Harris

The Last Word—Bubbs Harris

Bubbs Harris Stand-Up Comedian/IN Entertainment Journalist What is your chief characteristic? I’ve been told I’m funny, but I don’t believe it. What do you appreciate most about your [...]

News of the Weird

News of the Weird

By Chuck Sheppard On May 21, Jesse Robinson either established or tied the unofficial world record for unluckiest underage drinker of all time when he was booked into the Hamilton County, Ohio, [...]

The Buzz 7/14/11

The Buzz 7/14/11

ALL IN THE FAMILY The husband of Escambia County Commissioner Marie Young’s longtime aide has been operating an illegal sand borrow, construction and demolition debris pit for at least two years, [...]

The Gift of Girlfriends

The Gift of Girlfriends

PLT Play Highlights Relationships Before Social Networking By Barry Shuck Reunions generally create a mixed bag of emotions. The prospect of seeing friends and family who haven’t been an [...]

An Assault on the Senses

An Assault on the Senses

Cryptic Productions pulls out all the stops for launch By Brett Hutchins There’s a different kind of party coming to town, and it’s bound to be a spectacle unlike anything Pensacola has seen [...]

The Rant Issue ’11

The Rant Issue ’11

It’s hot as hell outside, which means it’s time for our annual Rant Issue. There is very little middle ground at the Independent News. We are passionate people who care about this community. We [...]

‘Bullish Street Chase’

‘Bullish Street Chase’

Pensacola Celebrates Spanish heritage With Running of the Bulls By Sarah McCartan You never can be too sure of what you’re going to see on the streets of downtown Pensacola. This Gallery Night [...]

Hot Times 7/14/11

Hot Times 7/14/11

THURSDAY 7.14 ART ART CLASS AT PAINTING WITH A TWIST 6:30-8:30 p.m. Bring your favorite bottle of wine or beverage, and paint a picture step by step that you will take home. 16 years and older. [...]

Pensacola’s Own Heroes

Pensacola’s Own Heroes

Blue Angels Return to Pensacola Beach by Rick Outzen The Blue Angels air show on Pensacola Beach is a rite of summer. Millions have sat on the white sands baking in the hot July sun for hours to [...]

Voices From The Left

Voices From The Left

IN PUBLISHER SPENDS WEEK ON ED SCHULTZ RADIO SHOW by RICK OUTZEN In the heart of the reddest county in the state of Florida, a small band of progressives work tirelessly to get their message on [...]

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