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The Buzz 11.11

The Buzz 11.11

PENSACOLA MAYOR’S RACE BY THE NUMBERS Gen-X-er Ashton Hayward beat baby boomer Mike Wiggins by 817 votes, 10,666-9,849, in the Nov. 2 vote for Pensacola’s first strong mayor. In 2008, Wiggins ran [...]

Featured Business Directory 11.11

Featured Business Directory 11.11

ADVERTISING Cox Media 3405 McLemore Drive 432-1403 or (866) ADS-SELL coxmedia.com BARS/NIGHT CLUBS Hopjacks Pizza Kitchen & Taproom 10 Palafox Place 497-6073 hopjacks.com Sandshaker [...]

A Good Comeback

A Good Comeback

Open Mic Night at End of the Line Café Returns by Hana Frenette Open Mic Night: sure, it’s usually the place to go to hear acoustic odes to lost lovers and heartfelt poems about life and what [...]

Small Business Boomers

Small Business Boomers

A New Generation of Local Businesses Opens Doors By Hana Frenette Despite the BP oil spill and the somewhat sluggish economy of the area, local businesses have been popping up left and right. [...]

Community Outreach

Community Outreach

Senior Gift Requests Expected to Increase This Holiday as Economic Slump Continues Be a Santa to a Senior®, the popular campaign that has delivered 1.2 million gifts to needy seniors throughout [...]

Justice Served

Justice Served

Inside The Gonzalez Murder Trial by Rick Outzen Real murder trials aren’t like “Perry Mason,” where a witness collapses on the stand and admits guilt, or “Matlock,” when investigator [...]

Winners & Losers 11.04

Winners & Losers 11.04

Winners JOSH HENDERSHOTT Sheriff David Morgan called Deputy Hendershott “a hero” for entering a home after hearing the gunshots that wounded three Escambia County deputies without knowing [...]

Outtakes 11.04

Outtakes 11.04

BAN NEGATIVE ADS I hate negative political ads, especially the ones that involve personal attacks and have nothing to do with the office for which the candidates are running. The ads twist the truth, [...]

Heart of Glass

Heart of Glass

Belmont Arts and Cultural Center Celebrates 4th Annual Glass Jam By Jennie McKeon The art of glass blowing may not be common knowledge for everyone. Fortunately, the Belmont Arts and Cultural [...]

News of the Weird 11.04

News of the Weird 11.04

Belt-Tightening Greeks: In October, Greece’s largest health insurance provider announced, in a letter to a diabetes foundation, that it would no longer pay for the special footwear that diabetics [...]

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