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Inweekly Staff Endorsements

Inweekly Staff Endorsements

Florida U.S. Senate: Marco Rubio Rubio represents the next generation of the Republican Party. He has a record of getting things done for our state. He worked with our Rep. Jeff Miller on the VA [...]

2016 Election Guide

2016 Election Guide

A press that can analyze and critique elected officials, political parties, and candidates freely and without fear is one of the founding principles of our democracy. It's with that understanding [...]

Know Your Vote

Know Your Vote

By Shelby Smithey The League of Women Voters throughout Florida are working to make sure that citizens are well-informed when it comes to the four proposed constitutional amendments on this year's [...]

First Congressional District Up for Grabs

First Congressional District Up for Grabs

By Duwayne Escobedo If you talk to Matt Gaetz, he is confident that the registered Republicans in the First Congressional District will send him to Washington, D.C. "I'm excited about Election [...]

Stumping for Clinton and Trump

Stumping for Clinton and Trump

By Rick Outzen As the November 8 general election nears, the presidential campaigns have made available several surrogates to promote their nominees and early voting. Here are a few surrogates I [...]

Creative Remembering

Creative Remembering

By Hana Frenette On Nov. 1 and 3, Rachael Pongetti, the Pensacola Graffiti Bridge Project, Art Beyond Walls, and First City Art Center, will collaborate for the second year in a row to create a [...]

Words With Friends

Words With Friends

By Jennifer Leigh For 30 years, the West Florida Literary Federation (WFLF) has been sponsoring literary programs all over Northwest Florida. It's a role the organization takes "joyously, but [...]

You Can’t Go Home

You Can’t Go Home

By Hamishe Randall Colonel Jim Thompson survived the unimaginable—captivity as a prisoner for nearly a decade in the Vietnam War. Yet, upon release, he didn't enjoy a happy homecoming. [...]

Foo Foo Fest 2016

Foo Foo Fest 2016

We know it might be hard to believe, but there is more to look forward to this November than the longest election cycle ever finally winding down. One of those things is Foo Foo Fest. If you [...]

Block By Block

Block By Block

By Jennifer Leigh There's no shortage of things to do in the historic Belmont-DeVilliers neighborhood during the Back on the Blocks Festival. "The theme this year is ‘That So '70s, which [...]

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