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Dreaming Up a Downtown

Dreaming Up a Downtown

by Jeremy Morrison With the late 20th century migration to the suburbs and shopping malls, many of this country’s downtowns began their eerie decline into desperate landscapes of forgotten [...]

The Buzz 4/12/12

The Buzz 4/12/12

KEEP TALKING While it appeared Pensacola City Attorney Jim Messer was ready to go to war over the city’s natural gas franchise dispute with Gulf Breeze, city officials have chosen to stick to the [...]

The Buzz 4/5/12

The Buzz 4/5/12

OIL MONEY The RESTORE Act is adrift again. While lawmakers had attached the act to a failed transportation bill, the House last week decided to pass a temporary transportation bill sans [...]

Capping Success

Capping Success

Capstone gives students a head start By Jennie McKeon Karen Berry, a parent at Capstone, was almost out of options before she found the school. “When my son wasn’t making progress in the [...]

Battle for Black Business Leadership

Battle for Black Business Leadership

Councilman Challenges Chamber Chairman By Jeremy Morrison By the time Pensacola City Councilman John Jerralds called the police, George Hawthorne had publicly summed up the councilman’s March [...]

Buzz 3/22/12

Buzz 3/22/12

FRESH OIL? Nearly two years after the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill, pilot Bonny Schumaker is still seeing what looks like oil streaming from the Deepwater Horizon site. “It didn’t take any [...]

Organic Revolution

Organic Revolution

Ever’man Grapples with Future and Philosophy By Jeremy Morrison There may be a crisis at the co-op. Just beyond the organic bubble gum and free-range tofu is a schism that question’s [...]

The Buzz 3/15/12

The Buzz 3/15/12

THE PENSION PROBLEM During one of Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward’s recent public input sessions, the subject of pensions arose. City officials seemed to tense up. It’s an uncomfortable topic of [...]

The Buzz 3/8/12

The Buzz 3/8/12

SCHOOL PLAYGROUND DISCORD Mayor Ashton Hayward tried to work with School Superintendent Malcolm Thomas on the closed schools inside the city limits. They met six months ago and nothing has been heard [...]

Outtakes 3/8/12

Outtakes 3/8/12

STILL A NON-BELIEVER BP says that its estimated $7.8 billion settlement over the oil spill disaster completes its commitment to citizens and businesses along the Gulf Coast to “make it right” [...]

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