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Generations of Sound

Generations of Sound

Belmont-DeVilliers’ Rich Musical History By Jessica Forbes At the Gregory Street Assembly Hall, trumpet player and vocalist David Washington recalled playing with Ike and Tina Turner and B.B. [...]

Gun Crazy

Gun Crazy

Grappling with America’s Obsession By Jeremy Morrison As the rally wrapped up, two men lingered on the lawn in conversation. Talking about freedom, and fear. Talking about guns. “People [...]

Things We Love Right Now

Things We Love Right Now

We are suckers for Valentine's Day. There, we said. It feels good to just let that out and embrace our cheesy, lovey romantic side. We know it's not cool to be all hearts and pink fluff, but we don't [...]

The Big Fix

The Big Fix

ECUA’s Long Road to Redemption By Jeremy Morrison It’s completely utilitarian. Cold metal plates and screws and lifeless. But for just a moment, its head tilted slightly, the thing seems [...]

Shame Issue

Shame Issue

Taking Lipstick Off The Pig In August 2006, the Prosperity Pensacola released the Escambia County Indicator Report. The report presented data on 62 indicators of community well being, spanning [...]

How to Kill the Monster that Eats Children

How to Kill the Monster that Eats Children

Shutting Down Prison Pipeline By Jeremy Morrison A local woman recently found out her son had bought a dirt bike. Then she found out he’d been arrested. “I didn’t even know you [...]

Rising Stars 2013

Rising Stars 2013

By IN staff The economic development folks will tell you how important a solid talent pool of potential employees is to the companies that they are recruiting to the area. The Quality Life [...]

Being First Isn’t Easy

Being First Isn’t Easy

Hayward’s Midterm Report By Jeremy Morrison & Rick Outzen It’s doubtful that back in 2009 the proponents for the city charter pictured a rookie politician and untested business executive [...]

A Mother’s Pain

A Mother’s Pain

Ending the Violence & Bloodshed By Rick Outzen On a sunny Monday afternoon, Labar Brown stepped out of his home to get ice cream for his family. The kids, Miracle, age 6, and Cardarylo, age [...]

Looking Forward to 2013

Looking Forward to 2013

IN Staff Makes Predictions for the New Year by IN Staff Bored from recapping '12 and waiting for the world to end on 12/21, the IN Staff got together and decided to predict the future. Nothing [...]

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