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Independent Heritage

Independent Heritage

By Rick Outzen In the pre-Kickstarter era, starting something from nothing was a long shot. Most new ventures last no more than a few years. Few can say they survived hurricanes, an oil spill, a [...]

A Punk Tour of Pensacola

A Punk Tour of Pensacola

By Christopher Scott Satterwhite “Write down the history,” he urged, with a passionate look his eye. “It’s the only thing that gives my life any meaning.” This is a line from Aaron [...]

The Scoop: Movies

The Scoop: Movies

Big Screen Gems Even though you’re looking to escape the heat inside an air conditioned theater, you don’t want to waste 10 bucks on just anything. Here are some of the season’s biggest and [...]

The Scoop: Books

The Scoop: Books

Top Ten Summer Books Whether you’re looking for a fun beachy read to zone out with or something a little more serious, chances are there’s a fresh summer book that’s perfect for you. 1. [...]

The Scoop: Music

The Scoop: Music

On The Road Nothing says summer like a road trip, and we can’t think of a better reason to take off than a concert. Thankfully, just about everyone is hitting the road this summer—from My [...]

The Scoop: TV

The Scoop: TV

Small Screen Start Ups Because we know you’ve started (and probably finished) the new season of “Orange Is the New Black,” here’s a guide on what to watch next. Ballers HBO, June [...]

The Faces of Cannabis

The Faces of Cannabis

Inside The Fight For Charlotte’s Web By Rick Outzen While being interviewed by Inweekly, Bridget Bateman sits in a Jacksonville hospital watching her son Preston, 8, battle another [...]

No More Kicking The Can

No More Kicking The Can

By Rick Outzen Florida does not have a budget for next year. Despite the Republican Party controlling both chambers, the governorship and all Florida Cabinet posts, the leaders can’t agree on [...]

Party with Pride

Party with Pride

By Jennifer Leigh “There is often confusion between Memorial Day Weekend and PensacolaPRIDE,” wrote Doug Landreth in the Gay Grassroots newsletter. “Both have value and a place in our [...]

Crossing the aisle for equality

Crossing the aisle for equality

Florida conservatives become LGBT heroes…whether they meant to or not By Jennifer Leigh When it comes to equality, sometimes it’s not about red and blue. It’s about right and [...]

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