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The Economics of Acceptance

The Economics of Acceptance

By Jessica Forbes Founded in April 2013, the Pensacola Alliance for Equality (PAE) has, in a little over one month’s time, had more than 50 local organizations and businesses join in support of [...]

Gay Money: The Uncertain Economics of Memorial Day Weekend on the Beach

Gay Money: The Uncertain Economics of Memorial Day Weekend on the Beach

By Jessica Forbes Memorial Day weekend is an economic windfall for Pensacola Beach. How big of a windfall? No one has the numbers. No one seems particularly interested in determining the numbers, [...]

Sightseeing You Can Write Home About

Sightseeing You Can Write Home About

By Jessica Forbes If you are visiting Pensacola Beach from out of town, there are probably enough basic activities to keep you busy—from shopping along the Quietwater Beach Boardwalk to simply [...]

Coffee Talk with Lauren Mitchell

Coffee Talk with Lauren Mitchell

By Hana Frenette Lauren Mitchell is seated across from me at Starbucks with her hair pulled back, glasses on and no makeup. She is the epitome of relaxed with an oversized shirt, loose fitting [...]

Hangout ’13: Angels on the Main Stages

Hangout ’13: Angels on the Main Stages

Looking at the year’s lineup, it struck certain members of the IN staff, or maybe just one, that there were several examples of male vocalists capable of inducing goose bumps and heart pangs just [...]

Hangout ’13: NOLA at Hangout

Hangout ’13: NOLA at Hangout

By Jessica Forbes Being a cradle of American music and less than 200 miles west of Gulf Shores, New Orleans is a favorite getaway among Gulf Coast residents. Likewise, many NOLA artists enjoy a [...]

Hangout ’13: Projections on Love

Hangout ’13: Projections on Love

By Hana Frenette Just when the Dirty Projectors were on the cusp of being defined as an abstract, intricately arranged band, they released an album that discusses love as openly and as easy as a [...]

Hangout ’13: Less Ra Ra, More Riot

Hangout ’13: Less Ra Ra, More Riot

By Sarah McCartan Ra Ra Riot is perhaps best known for their chamber pop sound and sprawling stage performances. Unlike some bands who quickly rise only to all too soon disappear, the band has [...]

Hangout ’13: Sound the Alarm—Bloc Party is Back

Hangout ’13: Sound the Alarm—Bloc Party is Back

By Sarah McCartan If there is anywhere in the world that is rightly deserving of a standing ovation for continuously crafting some of the finest musicianship, it is the United Kingdom. British [...]

Hangout ’13: One Last Splash

Hangout ’13: One Last Splash

By Hana Frenette What originally started as Kim Deal’s side project from the Pixies turned into one of the most important and iconic bands of the early ‘90s. After several lineup changes and [...]

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