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Community Maritime Park – Past and Present

Community Maritime Park – Past and Present

By Rick Outzen In January 2005, four months after Hurricane Ivan devastated the city of Pensacola, three men presented a waterfront development plan to the Pensacola City Council that began the [...]

2015 Rising Stars

2015 Rising Stars

Vibrant communities have diversity, not just in race and cultures, but also in talent. The greater Pensacola area has attracted an incredible amount of talent that is helping revitalize and reshape [...]

Keeping Up With The Foodies

Keeping Up With The Foodies

Updates from Pensacola’s Always Changing Restaurant Scene Say It Ain't So... Hip Pocket Deli, arguably Warrington's most popular lunch spot, is shutting its doors this month. And it’s not [...]

Getting To Work

Getting To Work

By Jennifer Leigh In a way, Richard Humphreys can thank an injury for his career choice. “I was in high school art class with a broken arm,” he said. “I couldn’t participate, so I was [...]

Save The Dates

Save The Dates

Local Can't-Miss Events and Fun Foodie Holidays to Mark on Your Calendar ANNUAL EVENTS Pensacola Grand Mardi Gras Parade ▶Feb. 14 Pensacon ▶Feb. 27-March 1 McGuire’s St. Patrick’s [...]

2014 Year In Review

2014 Year In Review

A Look Back At Everything From 
Local News To Pop Culture Top Local News Stories Of 2014 By Rick Outzen Election years usually provide plenty of fodder for newspapers. This past year was no [...]

Bright Ideas To Help You Finish Up The Holidays In Stride

Bright Ideas To Help You Finish Up The Holidays In Stride

By Joani, Hana, Jennifer and Samantha Is it just us or does it seem like the holidays creep up faster and faster every year? Seriously, just ask Thanksgiving—which pretty much gotten swallowed [...]

Winners & Losers 2014

Winners & Losers 2014

Winners & Losers is the most popular Inweekly column. Readers love to see who had a good week and whose week might not have been so good. Politicians check it regularly not so much to see if they [...]

“Always in Season”

“Always in Season”

Jackie Olive, Film and the Legacy of Lynching By Scott Satterwhite On July 25, 1946, four African-Americans, two men and two women, were shot to death in one of the last high-profile lynchings in [...]

That’s A Wrap

That’s A Wrap

Holiday Shopping Made Easy (and Local) As if you couldn’t tell by the influx of cheery music and lights, the holidays are officially upon us. Just like we do every year, the team at Inweekly [...]

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