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News of the Weird 9.16

News of the Weird 9.16

LEAD STORY More than a half-million children in the U.S. take antipsychotic medicines and (reported The New York Times in September) “(e)ven the most reluctant (doctors) encounter a marketing [...]

Outtakes 9.16

Outtakes 9.16

FAIR DISTRICTS Politics is about power. The party that has the most votes gets its candidates elected. The more candidates a party has in the Florida Legislature, the more control it has over the [...]

7 Days 9.16

7 Days 9.16

Monday, Sept. 6 BP and federal officials address the Pensacola City Council, telling councilmembers no significant oil has been found in local waters since testing began last month. Tuesday, [...]

Summer of BP Quiz

Summer of BP Quiz

Check Out Your Summer 2010 News IQ by IN staff 1. Who was the Pensacola bar owner that was rejected 21-17 by the Florida Senate and allowed to sit on the Public Service Commission? a) Steve [...]

Month Revives Entertainment

Month Revives Entertainment

Festivals Posed To End Season On High Note By Sean Boone While the oil spill put a damper on much of the local summer season, September still shapes up to be a good close to what could be the [...]

The Last Word-Michelle Hancock

The Last Word-Michelle Hancock

Michelle Hancock Education Director, Pensacola Little Theatre What is your chief characteristic? Flexibility What do you appreciate most about your friends? They always make me feel [...]

Outtakes 9.09

Outtakes 9.09

by Rick Outzen CHANGE COMES HARD I’m not sure that change is harder in Pensacola, but it surely seems so. For decades, a benevolent aristocracy took care of the town. White men met in offices [...]

The Buzz 9.09

The Buzz 9.09

FWC On Board For Fall Snapper Last week, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission approved a recommendation from the Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council to allow a 24-day red [...]

Ready, Set, Paint

Ready, Set, Paint

‘Painting With A Twist’ Looks Past Oil, Opens New Store by Sean Boone In the midst of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill disaster this summer, Heidi McDonald, her husband and two [...]

Vinyl’s Ready For Action

Vinyl’s Ready For Action

Vinyl Music Hall Opens Its Doors and Brings the Crowd by Hana Frenette The opening night of Vinyl Music Hall was the most excitement downtown Pensacola has seen since Afroman played at Seville [...]

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