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The Buzz 2/6/14

The Buzz 2/6/14

Bonding with Bitcoin While it’s old hat to some, the buzz around Bitcoin is growing loud enough even for those who’ve never heard the word “cryptocurrency” to take notice. Pensacola’s First [...]

The Buzz 1/30/14

The Buzz 1/30/14

Trucking Along While the back and forth conversations about the future of food trucks in the city of Pensacola continues to remain just that — back and forth depending on whom you talk to — the [...]

The Buzz 1/23/14

The Buzz 1/23/14

Charlotte’s Web Gulf Breeze residents Holley and Peyton Moseley have been making headlines lately, with a purpose.  The Moseleys’ 10-year old daughter RayAnn suffers from epilepsy, typically [...]

Weathered Warrior

Weathered Warrior

Sherri Myers continues fight for civil rights by Rick Outzen Born to an unwed mother and growing up in the slums of Montgomery, Ala., Pensacola City Councilwoman Sherri Myers has an affinity for [...]

The Buzz 1/16/14

The Buzz 1/16/14

Target Zero Right on Target Thursday, Jan. 9 at the Escambia County Commission Meeting of the Whole, following an educational presentation by Assistant Director of Target Zero Institute, Nicole [...]

The Buzz 1/9/13

The Buzz 1/9/13

Hatching Controversy At its Thursday, Jan. 9 meeting, the Pensacola City Council will discuss the proposed fish hatchery for downtown’s Bruce Beach for the first, but likely not the last time in [...]

The Buzz 1/2/14

The Buzz 1/2/14

Dollar Bills at the Bay Center The saying about there being "no such thing as a free lunch" is ringing in the ears of those accustomed to fee-free parking near the Pensacola Bay Center (formerly the [...]

The Buzz 12/19/13

The Buzz 12/19/13

Council Debates: What’s in a Name? At their regular meeting on Nov. 12, the Pensacola City Council considered arguments in the case of “City of Five Flags” v. the “Upside of Florida,” and, [...]

Card Carrying Partners

Card Carrying Partners

Pensacola’s Domestic Partnership Registry Approved By Jessica Forbes After two city council meetings packed with supporters, a proposed Domestic Partnership Registry (DPR) for the city of [...]

Sowing Grassroots

Sowing Grassroots

Nan Rich visits Pensacola By Jessica Forbes Continuing to build a grassroots campaign she began over a year ago, Democratic candidate for governor Nan Rich will speak in Pensacola at the [...]

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