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IN Interview: Ellen Freidin

IN Interview: Ellen Freidin

FAIR DISTRICTS FLORIDA CHAIR OUT TO END GERRYMANDERING By Rick Outzen Of all the powers invested in the Florida Legislature, the power to draw the boundaries for the congressional and state [...]

Winners & Losers 9.23

Winners & Losers 9.23

The fall TV season has begun and the media, paparazzi and bored division of the IN media and entertainment empire was mailed, in a brown envelope, this list of shows that didn’t make the schedule, [...]

Outtakes 9.23

Outtakes 9.23

VOICE FOR CHANGE A lion passed away on Sept. 15, not with a roar, but quietly in a hospital bed days after suffering a stroke. And when Leroy Boyd breathed his last breath that hot, humid morning, [...]

Hot Times 09.23 – 09.29

Hot Times 09.23 – 09.29

THURSDAY 09.23 GENIUS LOCI LECTURE WITH SKYLAR FEIN 5 p.m. UWF Department of Art and The Art Gallery presents New Orleans-based artist Skylar Fein as part of the 2010 Genius Loci Visiting Artist [...]

H&W News: Sept 2010

H&W News: Sept 2010

PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGIST JOINS STAFF OF SACRED HEART CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL Dr. Frederick Steinberg, a board-certified pediatric radiologist with Pensacola Radiology Consultants, recently joined the [...]

Pensacola Festival Season Kicks Off

Pensacola Festival Season Kicks Off

This Weekend’s Seafood Festival Won’t Be Hampered by Gulf Oil Spill By Bradley “Beej” Davis, Jr. Locals joke that there are only two seasons in Pensacola: summer and not summer. Aside [...]

Health Profile: Santa Rosa Counseling Center

Health Profile: Santa Rosa Counseling Center

This month, IN sits down with Alesia and Melissa Willis of the Santa Rosa Counseling Center in Milton. Alesia opened the center in 2007 with a “focus on helping individuals, couples, and families [...]

H&W Calendar: Sept. 2010

H&W Calendar: Sept. 2010

9.25 PENSACOLA SEAFOOD FESTIVAL 5K The annual Pensacola Seafood Festival 5k run will be held Saturday, Sept. 25 at Seville Square. The race starts at 7:30 a.m. and has a course that loops through [...]

Buzz 9.23

Buzz 9.23

Board Approves New Administrator The Escambia County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved Randy Oliver as the new County Administrator on Sept. 17. Oliver, who has more than 20 years of [...]

The Last Word-Brittney Villmer

The Last Word-Brittney Villmer

Brittney Villmer AmeriCorps VISTA, Pathways For Change What is your chief characteristic? I would like to think a sense of humor, but all my friends tell me I’m not funny. What do you [...]

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