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The Last Word—Josh Neese

The Last Word—Josh Neese

Josh Neese Graduate Student, University of West Florida What is your chief characteristic? Work hard and play hard. What do you appreciate most about your friends? Dependability Who is [...]

IN 2011 Green Matters! Issue

IN 2011 Green Matters! Issue

Go ‘Green’ This St. Patrick’s Day By IN Staff In honor of St. Patrick’s Day and our 2011 Annual Green Matters! Issue, we wanted to give you, our conscientious readers, a few helpful [...]

Not So Common Read

Not So Common Read

Writer George Saunders Speaks at University of West Florida by Kate Peterson George Saunders, multiple award-winning and best-selling author, is visiting the Panhandle as part of the University [...]

The Last Word—Ben Zimmern

The Last Word—Ben Zimmern

Ben Zimmern Associate Attorney, Galloway Johnson Tompkins Burr & Smith What is your chief characteristic? A positive attitude and good sense of humor What do you appreciate most about [...]

News of the Weird 3/17/11

News of the Weird 3/17/11

By Chuck Sheppard 21st-Century American Exports? In strife-torn Sudan (land of the Darfur murder and rape atrocities and a per-capita annual income of $2,200), an epic, year-long Ponzi scheme [...]

The Public Record

The Public Record

Dear Maxwell, I enjoyed reading your previous article about the plane that crash-landed in Escambia Bay in 1978. I live in the Scenic Heights neighborhood, and I remember when that happened. We had [...]

Winners & Losers 3/17/11

Winners & Losers 3/17/11

Winners BISHOP JOHN RICARD Pope Benedict XVI has granted retirement to the Most Reverend John H. Ricard, SSJ, Bishop of Pensacola-Tallahassee. The retirement is effective immediately. In addition [...]

Green News: What Is Happening Locally

Green News: What Is Happening Locally

GOVERNMENTS AND UTILITIES DO THEIR PART By IN Staff ECUA’S BAYOU MARCUS BOARDWALK: WHERE NORTHWEST FLORIDA’S WILDLIFE CALLS Since 1997, the Emerald Coast Utilities Authority’s (ECUA) Bayou [...]

Outtakes 3/17/11

Outtakes 3/17/11

MODERN ‘LES MIS’ The local PBS station has been broadcasting a special concert version of the musical “Les Miserables”, which is based on Victor Hugo’s 1862 novel of the same name about [...]

‘American Icons’

‘American Icons’

Ballet Pensacola Celebrates American Artists Through Dance By Lindsay Myers Richard Steinert wants you to know one thing: When you come to Ballet Pensacola’s spring production “American [...]

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