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The Skate Debate

The Skate Debate

By Jeremy Morrison Skateboarding is not a crime. Except for, as per municipal ordinance, when it is. And for a few days in April, rumblings from the Pensacola City Council appeared to indicate [...]

A Cajun Jam

A Cajun Jam

It’s officially time for that special spring weekend where Pensacola turns into Louisiana. We’re talking about the Pensacola Crawfish Festival, of course. This year’s event will once [...]

No “Cannonball” Necessary

No “Cannonball” Necessary

By Savannah Evanoff Kelli Mayo’s riding a high, but not because of her “ugly pop” band Skating Polly’s upcoming tour or album “The Make it All Show.” Mayo, 18, just left the DMV [...]

The Buzz 5/3/18

The Buzz 5/3/18

Leadership in the 21st Century The 2018 Naval Aviation Symposium will take place May 9-11 at the National Naval Aviation Museum. The theme is “Leadership in the 21st Century.” Starting at 9:15 [...]

Winners & Losers 5/3/18

Winners & Losers 5/3/18

Publisher Rick Outzen has left town again on his “City of Grudges” book tour. Naturally, the Winners & Losers staff resents that they weren’t invited and have gone on strike. Before they [...]

Calendar 5/3/18

Calendar 5/3/18

THURSDAY 5.3 LA LECHE LEAGUE 10 a.m. Free. Ever’man Educational Center, 327 W. Garden St. everman.org SOUTHWEST BRANCH BOOK CLUB 10:30 a.m. “The Great Alone” by Kristin Hannah. Southwest [...]

News of the Weird 5/3/18

News of the Weird 5/3/18

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel Irony At Pennsylvania State University, the Outing Club, founded in 1920, provided students with outdoor recreation opportunities such as hiking and camping. But [...]

Outtakes—Why Plan?

Outtakes—Why Plan?

By Rick Outzen City of Pensacola officials like to do master plans or, more accurately, like to pay for such plans and ignore them. For years, Inweekly challenged the city council and the city [...]

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