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2015 Power List

2015 Power List

Inweekly readers love lists. The Power List is one that has attracted attention the first time we published it in June 2007. Created on an Atlas Oyster House cocktail napkin, the first Power List [...]

Spr-ummer Checklist

Spr-ummer Checklist

Things to see, hear and do all spring and summer long Because its hard to tell where spring ends and summer begins here in the #upsideofflorida, weve decide to blend them together into one [...]

Punk Rock Doc

Punk Rock Doc

Pensacola's Bob Cross and the Fight Against Ebola By Scott Satterwhite When the first cases of Ebola made news last spring, only a few more than a dozen people from Liberia and Sierra Leone were [...]

The Transition Kitchen

The Transition Kitchen

By Ben Sheffler 350 Pensacolas Transition Town Series is headed for the kitchen. Christian Wagley, programs chairman at 350 Pensacola (a nonprofit organization part of an international [...]

Get Your Greens On

Get Your Greens On

By Emily Richey In the spirit of eating green, here is a list of 7 leafy super greens that you may or may not be eating already. The benefits of leafy greens include tons of fiber, minerals, [...]

The Green(s) Issue

The Green(s) Issue

As we do every year around St. Patricks Day, Inweekly is going green. This years themeThe Greens Issuefocuses on eating green, literally and figuratively. From super greens to slow [...]

Slow Food for Everyone

Slow Food for Everyone

By Jennifer Leigh Reports across all media link Americas problem with obesity to the high costs of a healthy diet. Dollar menus and drive thrus make it all too easy to make poor choices. But [...]

Kale With A (Fried) Twist

Kale With A (Fried) Twist

Just because youre eating greens, doesnt mean you cant still have a little fun and get greasy. You see, the truth is you really can fry anythingincluding kale. We know, it sounds [...]

Its Easy Gardening Green

Its Easy Gardening Green

By Samantha Crooke We all know that getting on the eating greens bandwagon is a no-brainerits tasty and the health benefits are proven and plenty. But growing your own isnt as difficult [...]

Fighting To Be Heard

Fighting To Be Heard

The Deaf and the Law By Rick Outzen The tables in the large room at the Center for Independent Living formed a rectangle. Several deaf people and their advocates sat, waiting to share their [...]

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