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Pinch Me

Pinch Me

By Shelby Smithey In case you missed the McGuire’s 5K or just want a double dose of Irish-themed fun, don’t worry. There’s still plenty of time to get your party on for St. Patrick’s Day [...]

On The Issues—Republicans

On The Issues—Republicans

All information was compiled from candidates’ website— tedcruz.org, johnkasich.com, marcorubio.com and donaldjtrump.com—unless otherwise stated. CLIMATE CHANGE AND ENERGY Cruz: Would end [...]

2016 Presidential Primary Primer

2016 Presidential Primary Primer

Just in case you’ve somehow managed to block out the constant cable news coverage, social media takeover and millions of dollars of TV and radio ads, allow us to remind you that it’s an election [...]

On The Issues—Democrats

On The Issues—Democrats

All information was compiled from candidates’ websites—hillaryclinton.com and berniesanders.com—unless otherwise stated. CLIMATE CHANGE AND ENERGY Clinton: Plans to set national goals to [...]

Why I’m Voting For _______________

Why I’m Voting For _______________

No matter which candidate you’re supporting, you can’t deny that this election cycle has people on both sides excited and engaged. Of course, we’re curious what’s behind all this [...]

Inweekly Endorsements

Inweekly Endorsements

As we do every election cycle, here are our endorsements in the Republican and Democratic races. Whether you agree or disagree with us this time around, we hope you vote and make your voice heard. As [...]

The Old Gorilla From Waffle House

The Old Gorilla From Waffle House

By Rick Outzen Bert Thornton believes that experienced business leaders have an obligation to help those who follow after them. He joined Waffle House, Inc. as a manager trainee in 1971, where [...]

No More County Jail Deaths?

No More County Jail Deaths?

By Rick Outzen Rev. Lonnie Wesley, III is troubled.  On Jan. 15, his oldest brother Alfred, age 66, was found unresponsive in his cell after having been taken to a local hospital. “I'm [...]

Getting Geeky

Getting Geeky

By Jennifer Leigh Now in its third year, fans of Pensacon know what to expect each February. There will be crowds of folks in cosplay walking across the road from Pensacola Bay Center to the [...]

V-Day Pensacola

V-Day Pensacola

By Shelby Smithey It’s difficult to think of a piece of theatre that has had such an enigmatic force in celebrating the female experience as “The Vagina Monologues.” The episodic play [...]

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