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The Buzz 11/19/15

The Buzz 11/19/15

Expanding Non-Discrimination Laws The sprawling hours of discussion during Pensacola’s workshop on a proposed human rights ordinance provided ample time for everyone to have their say. Late into [...]

Alexandra Cousteau: Environmental Stewardess

Alexandra Cousteau: Environmental Stewardess

By Shelby Smithey Keeping the family name alive and well, environmentalist Alexandra Cousteau has dedicated her life’s work advocating the importance of conservation and sustainable management [...]

Pensacola: Florida’s Best Small City

Pensacola: Florida’s Best Small City

By Rick Outzen Pensacola is the best small city in Florida, according to WalletHub’s 2015 Best & Worst Small Cities in America report. The key for the high ranking was the city’s quality [...]

The Buzz 11/12/15

The Buzz 11/12/15

Scarlet Letter C Keyontay Humphries has said it once and she has no problem saying it again. “Escambia County incarcerates more children per capita than any place else in the free world,” the [...]

Telling: Pensacola

Telling: Pensacola

By Jennifer Leigh Inside Pensacola Little Theatre recently a group of near-strangers sit down in a circle. It’s evening, but they’re pouring cups of coffee into mismatching mugs. They only [...]

The Buzz 11/5/15

The Buzz 11/5/15

Carson Prescribes Chill Pill They came to see the doctor, the man with the soothing bedside manor and a voice like smooth jazz strained through molasses. They came to see retired neurosurgeon Ben [...]

RESTORE Returns from Summer Vacation

RESTORE Returns from Summer Vacation

By Jeremy Morrison It was early June when they were last together, back when everything seemed more academic and theoretical. As the Escambia County RESTORE Act Advisory Committee convened on [...]

The Buzz 10/29/15

The Buzz 10/29/15

Quality of Life Momentum The Pensacola Young Professionals released on Oct. 22 the eighth Annual Quality of Life Survey. The overall Quality of Life Survey rating was at an all-time high–71 percent [...]

Interpreting Pensacola’s Rich History

Interpreting Pensacola’s Rich History

By Rick Outzen On Oct. 21, the University of West Florida Historic Trust unveiled its interpretive master plan for downtown Pensacola’ s historic district during an event at the Museum of [...]

A visit with Pensacola’s Admiral Harry B. Harris, Jr.

A visit with Pensacola’s Admiral Harry B. Harris, Jr.

By Christian Wagley Admiral Harry B. Harris, Jr. was raised in Pensacola and currently oversees all U.S. military forces in the Pacific region as commander of the U.S. Pacific Command. Born in [...]

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