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My Pensacola—Cortney Campus

My Pensacola—Cortney Campus

Then Day Job: Owner/Stylist, Style Downtown Pensacola Resident Since: 2001 Now Day Job: Salon Owner, Style Downtown; Beauty Concierge and Artist Still A Pensacola Resident Because: I have [...]

My Pensacola—Eliza Espy

My Pensacola—Eliza Espy

Then Day Job: Production Assistant at Vinyl Music Hall, Chef at The Leisure Club Pensacola Resident Since: Day one of my life. Born and raised, bred and buttered. Now Day Job: Booking [...]

My Pensacola—Larry Kuhn

My Pensacola—Larry Kuhn

(My friends still call me Kuhn) Then Day Job: Night Supervisor Public Works Department at the Santa Rosa Island Authority. I am also working toward getting my real estate license and master’s [...]

My Pensacola—Now & Then

My Pensacola—Now & Then

This month, Inweekly is celebrating our 17th anniversary. During that time, we've published a lot of columns, by a lot of writers, about a lot of topics—like college football, local history, and [...]

My Pensacola—John Fifer

My Pensacola—John Fifer

Then Day Job: Commercial Real Estate Advisor at Beck Property Company Pensacola Resident Since: 1985. Left for some college, came back. Left for some adventures, came back. Left for some jobs, [...]

My Pensacola—Rachael Gillette

My Pensacola—Rachael Gillette

Then Day Job: Director, Pensacola Young Professionals Pensacola Resident Since: 2002 Now Day Job: Director of Professional Development, Studer Community Institute Still A Pensacola Resident [...]

Inweekly 2016 Best of The Coast Ballot

Inweekly 2016 Best of The Coast Ballot

It’s election time again... time for you intelligent, discerning and beautiful people to vote for all of your favorite things. So settle in and get ready to share your opinion about all of your [...]

Make It Pop

Make It Pop

Inweekly’s Annual Pop Culture Summer Guide By Joani Delezen & Peyton Banfell Because hot times call for cool distractions, here’s a round-up of what to read, watch, and listen to this [...]

“They Were Our Fathers”

“They Were Our Fathers”

Local documentarian explores the legacy and cost of the Vietnam War By C. S. Satterwhite Walking up to Wall South at Admiral Mason Park, the smallest statue is of a little child with a sad look [...]

Local PRIDE

Local PRIDE

By Shelby Smithey Not to be confused with the LGBT celebration during Memorial Day Weekend, PensacolaPRIDE is a weeklong event starting June 11 that celebrates local LGBT culture and brings the [...]

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