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New Speaker Wants To End Corporate Welfare

New Speaker Wants To End Corporate Welfare

Richard Corcoran wants to change how Florida approaches economic development. As the incoming Speaker of the House, he has the power to create a paradigm shift away from incentive packages that try [...]

News of the Weird 6/23/16

News of the Weird 6/23/16

By Chuck Shepherd Getting Fannies in the Seats The Bunyadi opened in London in June for a three-month run as the world's newest nude-dining experience, and now has a reservation waiting list of [...]

Outtakes—Rush To Judgment

Outtakes—Rush To Judgment

By Rick Outzen The shooting at the Orlando nightclub Pulse is the deadliest mass killing in our country’s history—at least 49 victims were killed and 53 others wounded. As so many tragedies, [...]

Diversity: A Key to Battling Cyber Terrorists

Diversity: A Key to Battling Cyber Terrorists

By Rick Outzen Dr. Phyllis Schneck, the Deputy Under Secretary for Cybersecurity and Communications for the National Protection and Programs Directorate, last week visited Pensacola to see how [...]

The Stories of Pensacola

The Stories of Pensacola

By Jennifer Leigh That latest exhibit at the University of West Florida Historic Village features stories of the past from one well-known local. Located in the McMillan House will be the [...]

The Buzz 6/16/16

The Buzz 6/16/16

Cross Debate Still Unscheduled The proposed debate between Amanda Kondrat’yev and Rep. Matt Gaetz on whether the Bayview Park cross should be allowed to remain on public land has yet to be [...]

News of the Weird 6/16/16

News of the Weird 6/16/16

By Chuck Shepherd App Nauseam In May, the Norwegian Consumer Council staged a live, 32-hour TV broadcast marathon—a word-for-word reading of the "terms of service" for internet applications [...]

Must Have Job Skills

Must Have Job Skills

By Rick Outzen Dr. Rick Harper believes that the nation needs a measure to help address poverty and household income inequality, but he doesn’t think that raising the minimum wage to $15 per [...]

The Artist Revealed

The Artist Revealed

By Jennifer Leigh Thanks to smart phones, as a culture, we’re pretty accustomed to looking at people’s faces. But even before technology, portraits have been captured through various [...]

“They Were Our Fathers”

“They Were Our Fathers”

Local documentarian explores the legacy and cost of the Vietnam War By C. S. Satterwhite Walking up to Wall South at Admiral Mason Park, the smallest statue is of a little child with a sad look [...]

Calendar 6/16/16

Calendar 6/16/16

THURSDAY 6.16 WORK ON FLORIDA TRAIL 8 a.m. Regular meet up of Western Gate Florida Trail Association to work on National Scenic Trail and side trail. Meet at Blackwater River Forestry Center, 11650 [...]

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