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Outtakes—Highlights of 2015

Outtakes—Highlights of 2015

By Rick Outzen This past year was filled with surprises. As we have for the past 17 years, Inweekly reported on each.  Here are my highlights of 2015: Biggest Letdown: Maritime Park [...]

Finding Pensacola’s Blues Past

Finding Pensacola’s Blues Past

By Rick Outzen Pensacola may have further confirmation of its blues musical past. Attorney Don Roark has found what he believes, and a renowned forensic expert has confirmed, is a rare photograph [...]

Ears & Fingers 1/2/16

Ears & Fingers 1/2/16

The 10 Albums that Mean the Most to Me By Jason Leger I would not be foolish enough to attempt a “10 Greatest Albums of All Time” list and expect it to have any sort of accuracy or the level [...]

Arts & Culture Calendar 1/2/16

Arts & Culture Calendar 1/2/16

Current Exhibits NEW IN THE Q Quayside Art Gallery welcomes Deb Chilote, watercolor and acrylics, Amber Dawn, portraits in acrylic on plexiglass, Irmi Presutto, seascapes in acrylics, Ginger [...]

Winners & Losers 1/2/16

Winners & Losers 1/2/16

The Winner & Losers staff recommends these individuals to be people to watch in 2016. Charles Bare The last at-large city councilman now has the reins of power as the 2015-16 council [...]

News of the Weird 1/2/16

News of the Weird 1/2/16

By Chuck Shepherd Leading Economic Indicators Even if Armageddon doesn't happen, the CEO of the massive online retailer Overstock.com believes there is a "10 to 20 percent" chance of a world [...]

Painting His Way through National Parks

Painting His Way through National Parks

By Shelby Smithey Completing 409 paintings in 365 days—it’s probably as difficult as it sounds, but Pensacola artist Loren Miller plans to find out for himself at the start of the new year. [...]

Save The Dates

Save The Dates

Can't-Miss Local Events To Mark On Your Calendar ANNUAL EVENTS & FESTIVALS Pensacola Grand Mardi Gras Parade Feb. 6 pensacolamardigras.com Pensacon Feb. [...]

Scary Trends for 2016

Scary Trends for 2016

By Rick Outzen A global recession and the “Last World War” could be on the horizon, according to renowned trends forecaster Gerald Celente. Over the years, Celente, CEO of The Trends [...]

Winners & Losers 12/26/15

Winners & Losers 12/26/15

Inweekly named dozens of winners this past year. Here are a few who have may fallen under your radar: Josh Amerine Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwest Florida named Petty Officer First Class [...]

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