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Rishy Studer

Rishy Studer

Rishy Studer Developer, owner of Bodacious Olive When Tristan de Luna came to Pensacola in the 16th century, he lugged along several olive trees. Those poor seafaring shrubs were the first to be [...]

Mike and Bill Wein

Mike and Bill Wein

Mike and Bill Wein Leaders, IMS Expert Services Father and son team, Mike and Bill Wein could work in any city of their choosing. Yet they chose Pensacola to be the hub of IMS Expert Services, a [...]

David Bear

David Bear

David Bear Founder, Art, Culture and Entertainment, Inc. (ACE) David Bear comes from a long line of art supporters. It was only a matter of time before he would find a way to support the cause he [...]

Brian Hooper

Brian Hooper

Brian Hooper Chairman, Pensacola Urban Redevelopment Advisory Committee Brian Hooper is an attorney at Emmanuel, Sheppard & Condon practicing contract and commercial litigation, government [...]

Pensacola Blue Wahoos

Pensacola Blue Wahoos

Pensacola Blue Wahoos More than a baseball team There’s no denying the change that the Blue Wahoos have brought and will continue to bring to Pensacola. After years of planning, the city has a [...]

Michael Carro

Michael Carro

Michael Carro Co-owner, Alfresco A battered timber leans against the wall of Michael Carro’s NAI Halford office, names and professions of love carved into the grain. This piece of wood is a [...]

Justin Pierce

Justin Pierce

Justin Pierce Supervisor, City of Pensacola Inner-city Athletics As a young, black male growing up in Pensacola, Justin Pierce looked up to Lumon May. May, who coached Pierce’s youth [...]

Donna Fassett

Donna Fassett

Donna Fassett Executive Director, ARC Gateway Donna Fassett has been changing the game for Pensacolians with developmental disabilities for 33 years. And she’s not slowing down, even as she [...]

IN Celebrates 13 Years In Print

IN Celebrates 13 Years In Print

13 We Got Right by Rick Outzen The Independent News published its first issue on July 1, 1999. The basic premise was to be a newspaper that cared about its community and one that would report [...]

Race and the Classroom

Race and the Classroom

Escambia’s Minority Hiring Stalls as Students Swell By Jeremy Morrison It’s a problem. One among many for the country’s public school system. And like most of the problems with the current [...]

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