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Winners & Losers 12/15/16

Winners & Losers 12/15/16

The Winners & Losers Department of the Inweekly Media and Entertainment Empire rebelled after having to do its annual issues and refused to pick any losers this week. Here are their winners for [...]

More Merriment this Holiday Season

More Merriment this Holiday Season

Through Dec. 27 ZOO LIGHTS See the Gulf Breeze Zoo transformed into a magical light display. Zoo Lights are 5 to 9 p.m. nightly at the zoo through Christmas Eve and again on Dec. 26 and 27. Check [...]

Winners & Losers 2016

Winners & Losers 2016

2016 Winners Blue Wahoos Baseball America named the Pensacola Blue Wahoos the winner of the 2016 Double-A Bob Freitas Award.  Since 1989, Baseball America has recognized excellence in Minor [...]

News of the Weird 12/15/16

News of the Weird 12/15/16

By Chuck Shepherd Suspicions Confirmed Evolution, according to scientists, likely explains why some "prey" develop defense mechanisms to avoid "predators," i.e., the prey who fail to develop them [...]

Tanyard Turmoil

Tanyard Turmoil

By Rick Outzen When things go wrong on a City of Pensacola project, they tend to go bad quickly. The latest example is the Government Street Stormwater Project at Corrine Jones Park. Located [...]

An Artist’s Journey with a Landmark

An Artist’s Journey with a Landmark

By C. S. Satterwhite At long last, artist and educator Rachael Pongetti is finally releasing her book, "Uncovering The Layers: The Pensacola Graffiti Bridge" this week. The concept for the [...]

Holiday Happenings 12/8/16

Holiday Happenings 12/8/16

We don't have snow, but we have plenty of holiday happenings. Get in the spirit, even if you're wearing flip-flops, and make believe that Pensacola is a winter wonderland. THURSDAY 12.8 RAW [...]

Creating Tech Pipeline

Creating Tech Pipeline

By Duwayne Escobedo The White House announced last week that Pensacola would be included in the expansion of its TechHire Initiative to 20 cities, states, and rural areas. The expansion increased [...]

Outtakes—#LoveMyNewspaper

Outtakes—#LoveMyNewspaper

Since July 1, 1999, we have been your newspaper. Through 9/11 attacks, hurricanes, oil spills, and recessions, we have reported on the news and events that mean the most to you. On our darkest [...]

Winners & Losers 12/8/16

Winners & Losers 12/8/16

Winners Levin Papantonio The law firm won the Special Litigation (Environmental) category in the 2016 Elite Trial Lawyers recognition program and was named to the third annual list of America's [...]

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