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Outtakes—Nothing Neutral Here

Outtakes—Nothing Neutral Here

By Rick Outzen Inweekly quietly celebrated a milestone on Sunday, July 1. Nineteen years ago, we published our first edition of this newspaper. The cover story was “A Sign of Our Times?” with [...]

Breaking Barriers

Breaking Barriers

By Jennie McKeon From the first time Ginny Cranor threw on bunker gear as a volunteer firefighter, she was hooked. It was a chance to help her community in an impactful way. She started her [...]

Winners & Losers 7/5/18

Winners & Losers 7/5/18

Winners Doris Jean Kahn The University of West Florida announced a $166,000 gift to establish the Doris Jean Kahn Music Scholarship Endowment. The endowment was created in memory of Kahn, a UWF [...]

Pensacola’s Demotivational Poster Child

Pensacola’s Demotivational Poster Child

By Savannah Evanoff Faux/Fox might lift your spirits, but only in spite of its music. The Pensacola band embraces the persona of a performing beach party—Hawaiian shirts and all—but its [...]

A ‘Sweet’ Summer Movie

A ‘Sweet’ Summer Movie

By Jennie McKeon Coming this weekend to downtown is the new film by Pensacola native Brett Haley. It’s been eight years since Haley’s feature film “The New Year” was released. The movie [...]

UWF Steps Up Its Game

UWF Steps Up Its Game

By Rick Outzen The Florida Board of Governors last week approved the distribution of $560 million in annual performance funding for 11 state universities. For the second consecutive year, the [...]

Let’s Talk Port

Let’s Talk Port

By Sammi Sontag Marilyn Oberhausen is Pensacola grown. After briefly moving away to follow her career, she and her husband finally settled in her hometown. Oberhausen has seen a lot of change, [...]

Best of the Coast 2018 Ballot

Best of the Coast 2018 Ballot

Just like we have every summer for the last 18 years, we’re opening the polls for Best of the Coast the entire month of July. That means all of your most important opinions—like who really [...]

Midterm Meet & Greet: Dr. Jennifer Zimmerman

Midterm Meet & Greet: Dr. Jennifer Zimmerman

In anticipation of the August primary and November general election, Inweekly has created this series to introduce you to the candidates who will be on your ballots. We’ll mostly focus on local [...]

Crystal Clear

Crystal Clear

By Sammi Sontag Crystal Coast, a local indie/electronic rock band, will take the stage at Vinyl Music Hall this Friday, June 29. The show is part of a series called Spiderdog, which is being [...]

View The Hustle

View The Hustle

By Stephanie Sharp It doesn’t matter if you’re a regular visitor at the Pensacola Museum of Art or you only go when playing tour guide for out-of-town guests—everyone should make time to see [...]

News of the Weird 6/28/18

News of the Weird 6/28/18

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel Undignified Death In the northeastern town of Teesside, England, last August, 22-year-old Jordan Easton of Thornaby was at the home of a friend, hanging out in the [...]

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