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Giveaway: Hangout Oyster Cook-Off and Craft Beer Weekend

Giveaway: Hangout Oyster Cook-Off and Craft Beer Weekend

Once again, Inweekly has partnered with The Hangout to give one lucky reader and a guest the ultimate fall festival weekend getaway during their annual Oyster Cook-off and Craft Beer Weekend November [...]

Possible End to Dreamers’ Dreams

Possible End to Dreamers’ Dreams

By Duwayne Escobedo Sofia's parents encouraged her to apply for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). They started their lives penniless and wanted their oldest daughter to earn a [...]

Getting Lucky

Getting Lucky

By Shelby Nalepa Childhood friends Jollan Aurelio and William Pitts came together two years ago to collaborate on a math-rock inspired project. What spawned was Luckily I'm the Hunter, a two-piece [...]

Outtakes—Public Dialogue Needed

Outtakes—Public Dialogue Needed

By Rick Outzen Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward isn't happy with how the public treated City Attorney Lysia Bowling at the Sept. 19 council meeting.  He was so upset that he sent a letter to [...]

The Buzz 9/28/17

The Buzz 9/28/17

Community Code of Ethics Former Florida Senate President Don Gaetz discussed ethics in government with community leaders today during an Advocacy Lunch and Learn sponsored by the Studer Community [...]

Two Years Later

Two Years Later

Looking Back at Tom Garner’s Historic Discovery of the Don Tristan De Luna Site by C.S. Satterwhite In the fall of 2015, Tom Garner made history while coming back from a lunch break. After [...]

The Kween is Back

The Kween is Back

By Shelby Nalepa Artist and vocalist Kween Versatile, or Jacqueline Merrill, is returning to Pensacola this weekend for another round of Soul Cypher as well as her own original concert UnXpected [...]

The 2 Sides Project

The 2 Sides Project

By Jennie McKeon Margot Carlson-Delogne was just 2 years old when her father, Air Force Capt. John W. Carlson was killed in action near Bien Hoa in 1966 during the Vietnam War. "I have no [...]

News of the Weird 9/28/17

News of the Weird 9/28/17

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel Audacious Kristi Lyn Goss, 44, former administrative assistant to the Garland County (Arkansas) judge, went all out when she racked up about $200,000 worth of debt [...]

Winners & Losers 9/28/17

Winners & Losers 9/28/17

Winners Stephen Moorhead The attorney has been in installed as the 2017-2018 board chairman of the Greater Pensacola Chamber of Commerce. Moorhead is one of the founding partners of the McDonald [...]

Calendar 9/28/17

Calendar 9/28/17

THURSDAY 9.28 JAZZ AND JACKSON'S 5 and 7:30 p.m. Feat. Ellen Vinson and Bobby van Deusen. Jackson's Steakhouse, 400 S. Palafox. Reservations required. greatsouthernrestaurants.com AWM WINE TASTING [...]

Outtakes—How Others See Us

Outtakes—How Others See Us

By Rick Outzen The Pensacola Young Professionals' Quality of Life Survey showed that we feel better about life in our community than we did a decade ago. Mayor Ashton Hayward's "Upside of Florida" [...]

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