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The Buzz 6/2/16 (revised 6/3/16)

The Buzz 6/2/16 (revised 6/3/16)

Adding Work Component Quint and Rishy Studer are building another office building in downtown Pensacola. They are submitting designs to the city’s Architectural Review Board today for a 57,000 [...]

Winners & Losers 6/2/16

Winners & Losers 6/2/16

Winners Escambia County Marine Resources Anglers caught 14,067 lionfish in Florida seawaters during the state’s second annual Lionfish Removal and Awareness Day sponsored by the Florida Fish and [...]

An Update on the Human Rights Ordinance

An Update on the Human Rights Ordinance

By Jennifer Leigh It’s been six months since the Pensacola City Council hosted the public workshop on a proposed Human Rights Ordinance that would prohibit discrimination in work or public [...]

Calendar 5/26/16

Calendar 5/26/16

THURSDAY 5.26 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 State Park, 7720 Deaton [...]

The Buzz 5/26/16

The Buzz 5/26/16

More Pay for Extra Hours On May 17, the U.S. Department of Labor issued its final rule regarding overtime regulations. The final rule, which becomes effective Dec. 1, raises the salary threshold [...]

Stop the Trash Talk

Stop the Trash Talk

Local volunteer group hopes to clean beaches and clear misunderstandings By Shelby Smithey Amidst the literal miles of tents that will be set up along Park East for Memorial Day weekend, one new [...]

Race: Can We Finally Discuss It?

Race: Can We Finally Discuss It?

By Rick Outzen Race is a non-starter for most conversations in Pensacola. Whites’ eyes glaze over when they think anyone is “playing the race card.” For them, racism ended with integration [...]

Memorial Day Weekend ’16

Memorial Day Weekend ’16

•Advocacy from A to Z A guide to local groups, events and resources helping to improve LGBT quality of life •Stop the Trash Talk Local volunteer group hopes to clean beaches and clear [...]

Advocacy from A to Z

Advocacy from A to Z

A guide to local groups, events and resources helping to improve LGBT quality of life By Jennifer Leigh There are plenty of reasons to celebrate and enjoy the traditional Memorial Day festivities [...]

Winners & Losers 5/26/16

Winners & Losers 5/26/16

Winners Greg Urban The owner of Wild Greg’s Saloon has a plan to bring back Gallery Nights to downtown Pensacola after the Downtown Improvement Board ends its sponsorship of the program in [...]

The Mads are Back

The Mads are Back

By Jennifer Leigh Bad movies have never been more entertaining; not since the cult TV show “Mystery Science Theater 3000” first premiered on a public access Minneapolis channel in 1988 [...]

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