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The Buzz 12/17/15

The Buzz 12/17/15

Olson Runs Away City Administrator Eric Olson told the Pensacola City Council’s Dec. 9 meeting that he felt compelled to comment regarding a former city employee stating that she was let go [...]

Outtakes—Restoring Public Trust

Outtakes—Restoring Public Trust

Before the citizens can trust their local governments, local governments need to show that they can trust themselves. I watched the video from Pensacola City Council’s May 2012 meeting during [...]

Winners & Losers 12/10/15

Winners & Losers 12/10/15

Winners David Stafford The International Centre for Parliamentary Studies last month gave his office its Recognition for Outstanding Achievement for its work with the Gulf Coast Citizen Diplomacy [...]

The Legal Quagmire of Divine Word’s Tower

The Legal Quagmire of Divine Word’s Tower

By Rick Outzen Travelers traveling south on Interstate 110 will notice as they drive into the Pensacola city limits a new red and white radio tower rising from the Long Hollow area. The radio [...]

When Women Entered the Workforce

When Women Entered the Workforce

By Shelby Smithey Throughout history, human aspirations have had a very-gendered path, in the workplace especially. To dive deeper into the women’s work experience, Dr. Stephanie Cole will give [...]

Ears & Fingers 12/10/15

Ears & Fingers 12/10/15

By Jason Leger Father John Misty-Live at Rough Trade Confidence can be a tricky thing. There are plenty of people in the world who are overly confident about how they speak and write, yet they [...]

Caring at Christmas

Caring at Christmas

By Jennifer Leigh There’s nothing wrong with getting wrapped up in the holidays—all the gift buying, cookie baking and party going—but it’s also an important time to think of ways to give [...]

Don’tcha Wanna PechaKucha?

Don’tcha Wanna PechaKucha?

By Shelby Smithey Started in 2003 by two Tokyo architects, PechaKucha is a fast, concise presentation style that encourages active discussion with its unique format. The Japanese word for [...]

For the Film Fans

For the Film Fans

By Jennifer Leigh Mark the end of fall with the Pensacola Cinema Art Fall Screen Series. The semi-annual film festival showcases films from both the small and big screens, from the acclaimed [...]

Light Up the Night

Light Up the Night

By Jennifer Leigh Bryant Chase remembers getting the phone call that made him book an emergency flight back to Pensacola. “I remember that I was working for Sigma Chi International [...]

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