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Spendless Summer Part 1: Food & Booze

Spendless Summer Part 1: Food & Booze

A day-by-day guide to the best deals in town You can plan your week around just about anything, including food and drink specials if you know where to go. It takes a little bit research and [...]

View The Hustle

View The Hustle

By Stephanie Sharp It doesn’t matter if you’re a regular visitor at the Pensacola Museum of Art or you only go when playing tour guide for out-of-town guests—everyone should make time to see [...]

Stick It Out

Stick It Out

By Joani, Jennie, Sammi and Toria Because hot temperatures call for cool distractions, here’s a roundup of things to read, watch and listen to this summer. —TV— Series [...]

40 Years Strong: Flying the Pride Flag

40 Years Strong: Flying the Pride Flag

By Jennie McKeon June is a time for summer vacations and beach days. It’s also a time for pride. In June 1970, people marched into New York City’s Central Park for the nation’s first [...]

On The Lookout

On The Lookout

Summer Events Worth Getting Into A Routine For Sometimes the things that make summer summer—like longer days and rising temperatures—are also the things that make it hard to get through. But [...]

Still on the Rise

Still on the Rise

Celebrating 10 Years of Rising Stars In 2008, the renaissance of downtown Pensacola was still on the distant horizon. Inweekly believed a key to any revitalization of the place we loved would [...]

Hangout Fest ’18—Beach Boy

Hangout Fest ’18—Beach Boy

By Stephanie Sharp Pensacola native and bassist for Manchester Orchestra Andy Prince is looking forward to bringing some “big, fat, loud rock” to the beach for this year’s Hangout [...]

Hangout Fest ’18—Local Lookout

Hangout Fest ’18—Local Lookout

Pensacola is going to be representing at Hangout in a really cool way this year— with the Volume One crew. Their stylists are going to be setting up shop for the weekend and helping you take your [...]

Hangout Fest ’18—In Full Bloom

Hangout Fest ’18—In Full Bloom

By Jennie McKeon Songwriting doesn’t always have to be introspective and serious. Just ask Caroline Rose. The 28-year-old Vermont musician can write about greed, loneliness or an unplanned [...]

Hangout Fest ’18

Hangout Fest ’18

If you’re Orange Beach bound this weekend for Hangout Fest raise your hand. Ok, now put your hand down and start reading because we’ve got a lot to tell you before you hit the beach—like bands [...]

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