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Outtakes—New Era for Campaigning

Outtakes—New Era for Campaigning

By Rick Outzen Matt Gaetz's congressional campaign may have set a new standard for winning races that cover several counties. In the GOP primary, he beat second-place finisher, State Sen. Greg [...]

Rubber-Stamping City Budget

Rubber-Stamping City Budget

By Duwayne Escobedo If you didn’t attend the Pensacola City Council budget workshops, then good luck learning what your council person would do to improve Mayor Ashton Hayward’s [...]

Sharing War Stories

Sharing War Stories

By Hamishe Randall War is the business Sarah Goodwin excels in, but her career as a fearless photojournalist capturing the strife and terrors of war in Iraq ends abruptly when she is injured by a [...]

Just Brew It

Just Brew It

By Shelby Smithey What began as a small group of home brewers meeting in Apple Annie's has grown into one of, if not the best event, for craft beer lovers in the area. The 21st annual Emerald [...]

Calendar 9/8/16

Calendar 9/8/16

THURSDAY 9.8 EMERALD COAST BUSINESS LEADERS 7:30-9 a.m. Networking for business leaders. Guests welcome. Ever'man Educational Center, 327 W. Garden St. everman.org WORK ON FLORIDA TRAIL 8 a.m. [...]

Web Exclusive: Say “Hello” To The Oh Hellos

Web Exclusive: Say “Hello” To The Oh Hellos

By Hana Frenette Five years ago, siblings Tyler and Maggie Heath found themselves inside a cluttered bedroom in southern Texas, recording a four-track EP. The two decided to start making music [...]

Hayward’s Job Approval Slips

Hayward’s Job Approval Slips

By Rick Outzen The Pensacola Young Professionals released on Tuesday their 2016 Quality of Life Survey. The news for Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward wasn't as positive as it has been in the [...]

How to Get to Sesame Street

How to Get to Sesame Street

By Jennifer Leigh Growing up, Sonia Manzano didn't have Latino role models on TV to look up to. "'Leave it to Beaver,' 'Father Knows Best,' ... there were no people of color on TV then," she [...]

Fall Guide Part 2: Festivals

Fall Guide Part 2: Festivals

By Joani Delezen and Peyton Banfell Forget pumpkin spice mania, fall on the Gulf Coast is all about festival fever. Starting this weekend with Emerald Coast Beer Festival and going all the way [...]

Winners & Losers 9/1/16

Winners & Losers 9/1/16

The Winners & Losers staff left town because news of a possible hurricane coming our way. We pieced together this all-winners edition from the notes on cocktail napkins left on their [...]

50 Miles, 50 Days, 50 Causes a Big Success

50 Miles, 50 Days, 50 Causes a Big Success

By Duwayne Escobedo For her 50th birthday, Diane Lea wanted to do something special to celebrate, something memorable. Her decision? Ride a bike 50 miles a day for 50 days and highlight 50 [...]

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