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Florida Dems Debate Votes

Florida Dems Debate Votes

By Jeremy Morrison When Sarah Coutu returned from her trip to Orlando recently, she was less than enthused. The weekend hadn’t panned out as well as she had hoped. “It’s a mess, you know. [...]

Outtakes—The Palmieri Sisters

Outtakes—The Palmieri Sisters

By Rick Outzen Last week, I traveled to Oxford, Miss., for a book event at the famous Square Books. I went to share the stage with Jennifer Palmieri, communications director for the Obama [...]

Winners & Losers 4/26/18

Winners & Losers 4/26/18

Winners Stan Connally Southern Company, the parent company of Gulf Power, announced Stan Connally, Jr., the chairman, president and CEO of Gulf Power, has been named executive vice president of [...]

Graham: End the Political Chaos

Graham: End the Political Chaos

By Rick Outzen Last week, former U.S. Rep. and Democratic candidate for governor Gwen Graham visited Pensacola for her 55th workday. She spent her Tuesday in the USO at the Pensacola International [...]

I Scream, You Scream

I Scream, You Scream

By Stephanie Sharp If you like it loud, you need to be at chizuko on Thursday, April 19, for Screaming Females. This punk rock trio has been touring, recording and performing relentlessly for over [...]

Outtakes—Pick a Deal

Outtakes—Pick a Deal

By Rick Outzen Pretend you are the mayor of Pensacola. You are presented two real estate deals. Which deal would you choose to support? Deal A calls for construction of a $9.4-million building [...]

Where Have All the Cobia Gone?

Where Have All the Cobia Gone?

By Joe Baucum With verve not too dissimilar from Mykelti Williamson’s Bubba from the 1994 Academy Award-winning “Forrest Gump,” Pensacola recreational fisherman Mike Williamson rattles off [...]

The Buzz 4/19/18

The Buzz 4/19/18

Hatchery Headache The City of Pensacola and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission may have bigger issues with their fish hatchery than the standing of the citizens who sued to stop [...]

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