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The Suzies Get Pressed

The Suzies Get Pressed

By Hana Frenette The Suzies’ self-titled debut album is many things: catchy, strangely familiar, and slightly reminiscent of the late ‘80s. The album, which is being released exclusively on [...]

Outtakes 7/12/12

Outtakes 7/12/12

MORE THAN WORKERS On July 7, St. Joseph School in Greenville, Miss. was destroyed by fire. The 62-year-old, red brick high school played a key role in my life. My father was in the first class, [...]

Winners & Losers 7/12/12

Winners & Losers 7/12/12

WINNERS Andreas Dias The Pensacola High student has created the first-ever Pensacola Kickstart Soccer Summer Soccer Program to expose children from low-income families to soccer. Dias, a [...]

A&E Picks 7/12/12

A&E Picks 7/12/12

Who's Got The Honey? Looking for some live music? Open Books is hosting a show with Tupelo Honey, formerly known as the Billy Sunday band, on Saturday. openbookspcola.org (7/14) Newsworthy TV [...]

Rant Issue 2012

Rant Issue 2012

Releasing The Rage by IN Staff & Readers The Rant Issue came screaming out for the first time in 2004 when the frustration of trying to drag this area into the 21st Century reached such a [...]

The Buzz 7/12/12

The Buzz 7/12/12

WOOING AEROSPACE The City of Mobile and its chamber are worried that Pensacola might lure away one its largest employers. According to the Mobile Register, the Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce [...]

Unforgotten

Unforgotten

Victims of Unsolved Crimes Priority for Cold Case Unit By Stephanie Sharp Melissa Eck disappeared from Patricia Drive in Pensacola over 20 years ago. The girl, age 15, was last seen in 1992 by [...]

My Penscola—Andrea Krieger Farage

My Penscola—Andrea Krieger Farage

Name:  Andrea Krieger Farage Day Job: CEO/President of United Way of Escambia County Pensacola Resident Since: 1992 Good Eats: There are so many wonderful restaurants in Pensacola. For casual [...]

Happenings 7/12/12

THURSDAY 7.12 ‘A ROADTRIP THROUGH FLORIDA ARCHAEOLOGY’ 10 a.m. DARC, 207 E. Main St. 595-0050, ext. 107 or flpublicarchaeology.org/darc.php. ‘SURFING FLORIDA: A PHOTOGRAPHIC HISTORY’ 10 [...]

Classics Within a Classic

Classics Within a Classic

By Jennie McKeon Summer movies are always a great way to beat the summer heat. Unfortunately, there aren’t enough flicks to sustain a whole season indoors and with ticket prices increasing, the [...]

News of the Weird 7/12/12

News of the Weird 7/12/12

by Chuck Shepherd Seeing Isn’t Believing Japanese Scientists, Overperforming: (1) Researchers at the University of Tokyo’s Graduate School of Information Science and Technology have developed [...]

Country Cool Girl Heats Up Orange Beach

Country Cool Girl Heats Up Orange Beach

By Whitney Fike One of country music’s most popular female artists, Miranda Lambert, will grace the Gulf Coast on Thursday, July 12.  She’s girlie with her pink microphone and guitar but [...]

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