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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 [...]

Fest and Fundraise

Fest and Fundraise

By Stephanie Sharp Pensacola loves food trucks, and there’s no better way to get your fill of mobile eateries while giving back to the community than at the third annual Pensacola Hot Wheels [...]

Local Sounds, Three Ways

Local Sounds, Three Ways

By Jennie McKeon There is no shortage of live music this weekend—and it runs the gamut from hip-hop to choral music to singer-songwriters. And the best part is these particular events all [...]

News of the Weird 4/19/18

News of the Weird 4/19/18

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel Landlord Woes On Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts, a home rental agreement took an X-rated turn when Leah Bassett, artist and longtime resident of Aquinnah, [...]

Winners & Losers 4/19/18

Winners & Losers 4/19/18

Winners Ashton Hayward Judge Joel Boles dismissed with prejudice the lawsuit by Dan Lindemann and Jerry Holzworth regarding the validity of a lease between the City of Pensacola and Florida Fish [...]

Calendar 4/19/18

Calendar 4/19/18

THURSDAY 4.19 PILATES MAT 12:30 p.m. Free. Ever’man Educational Center, 327 W. Garden St. everman.org ‘WONDER WHEEL’1 p.m. $5. Pensacola Cinema Art, 120 Church St. [...]

For The Records

For The Records

By Stephanie Sharp If you’re a loyal reader of Inweekly, you know our staff is really into music. So it only makes sense that we consider Record Store Day (RSD) a full-on holiday and one of the [...]

The Buzz 4/12/18

The Buzz 4/12/18

Tanyard Flooding With the help of the Thriving Earth Exchange, the Tanyard Association and Flood Forum USA have partnered to recruit a scientist to assist the neighborhood association in [...]

Southern Vibes

Southern Vibes

By Stephanie Sharp This weekend, the streets of downtown Mobile will be brought to life with this year’s SouthSounds Music and Arts Festival. The three-day event is packed with more than 75 [...]

Black Lips Live On

Black Lips Live On

By Shelby Nalepa Known for gritty anthems like “O Katrina!” and “Bad Kids” and their rowdy stage antics, Atlanta garage rock band Black Lips are still finding new territory to explore [...]

The Tale of Two Fire Chiefs

The Tale of Two Fire Chiefs

By Rick Outzen Since January 2016, two Pensacola fire chiefs have been accused of retaliatory attacks on a firefighter. One chief, Matt Schmitt, along with his deputy chief, was put on [...]

News of the Weird 4/12/18

News of the Weird 4/12/18

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel Mistaken Identity Around 4:30 a.m. on March 22, High Point, North Carolina, 911 dispatchers received a surprising call from a man informing them he had broken into [...]

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