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Calling All Entrepreneurs

Calling All Entrepreneurs

By Jennifer Leigh Do you have a genius business idea? Or maybe you have an idea, but you’re not sure if it’s genius. Maybe you don’t have any ideas, but want to learn the basics of starting [...]

Buzz 3/6/14

Buzz 3/6/14

Right to Cover Up Restored The Pensacola City Council voted on Thursday, Feb. 27, to repeal a portion of an ordinance passed in May 2013, the so-called “No Blankets” provision. The council [...]

Winners & Losers 2/27/14

Winners & Losers 2/27/14

Winners Tracy Barnes This world-class biathlon competitor gave up her spot on the United States Olympic team to her twin sister, Lanny. The sisters have been awarded the Pierre de Coubertin [...]

The Buzz 2/27/14

The Buzz 2/27/14

Animal Shelter Upheaval Continues Since the mistaken euthanasia of Cowgirl, a Labrador retriever mix, in August 2013 revealed flaws in the Escambia County Animal Shelter’s (ECAS) practices, bad [...]

The Buzz 2/20/14

The Buzz 2/20/14

Fracking on Film “Don’t Frack Florida,” a partnership between Earth Action, 350 Pensacola, and 350 North Florida, is inviting the public to attend a screening of the documentary film [...]

The Buzz 2/13/14

The Buzz 2/13/14

Council Gives “No Blankets” Ordinance a Second Look At their Thursday, Feb. 13 meeting, the Pensacola City Council will consider repealing a portion of an amendment they passed in May 2013 that [...]

The Buzz 2/6/14

The Buzz 2/6/14

Bonding with Bitcoin While it’s old hat to some, the buzz around Bitcoin is growing loud enough even for those who’ve never heard the word “cryptocurrency” to take notice. Pensacola’s First [...]

The Buzz 1/30/14

The Buzz 1/30/14

Trucking Along While the back and forth conversations about the future of food trucks in the city of Pensacola continues to remain just that — back and forth depending on whom you talk to — the [...]

The Buzz 1/23/14

The Buzz 1/23/14

Charlotte’s Web Gulf Breeze residents Holley and Peyton Moseley have been making headlines lately, with a purpose.  The Moseleys’ 10-year old daughter RayAnn suffers from epilepsy, typically [...]

Weathered Warrior

Weathered Warrior

Sherri Myers continues fight for civil rights by Rick Outzen Born to an unwed mother and growing up in the slums of Montgomery, Ala., Pensacola City Councilwoman Sherri Myers has an affinity for [...]

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