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Outtakes—Highlights of 2015

Outtakes—Highlights of 2015

By Rick Outzen This past year was filled with surprises. As we have for the past 17 years, Inweekly reported on each.  Here are my highlights of 2015: Biggest Letdown: Maritime Park [...]

Finding Pensacola’s Blues Past

Finding Pensacola’s Blues Past

By Rick Outzen Pensacola may have further confirmation of its blues musical past. Attorney Don Roark has found what he believes, and a renowned forensic expert has confirmed, is a rare photograph [...]

Scary Trends for 2016

Scary Trends for 2016

By Rick Outzen A global recession and the “Last World War” could be on the horizon, according to renowned trends forecaster Gerald Celente. Over the years, Celente, CEO of The Trends [...]

Standout News of 2015

Standout News of 2015

By Inweekly Staff Not every cover story or news article qualifies for a “Top Stories of 2015” list, but Inweekly had several articles that we’re very proud to have published this past [...]

The Buzz 12/26/15

The Buzz 12/26/15

Restore Goal Setting Commissioner Grover Robinson created a stir when he told the Pensacola News Journal that the Escambia Board of County Commissioners had made a mistake by not setting goals for [...]

The Dredge Debate

The Dredge Debate

By Jeremy Morrison Bayou Chico is nasty. Been nasty for a long time. Everyone knows that. “When you hear someone say ‘Bayou Chico,’ they almost spit it out,” said Escambia County [...]

Changes Are Coming To Jail

Changes Are Coming To Jail

By Rick Outzen At its Dec. 10 agenda review, Escambia County Board of Commissioners discussed the rash of deaths in the county jail. Inweekly and Rick’s Blog were brought up several times in the [...]

The Buzz 12/17/15

The Buzz 12/17/15

Olson Runs Away City Administrator Eric Olson told the Pensacola City Council’s Dec. 9 meeting that he felt compelled to comment regarding a former city employee stating that she was let go [...]

The Legal Quagmire of Divine Word’s Tower

The Legal Quagmire of Divine Word’s Tower

By Rick Outzen Travelers traveling south on Interstate 110 will notice as they drive into the Pensacola city limits a new red and white radio tower rising from the Long Hollow area. The radio [...]

When Women Entered the Workforce

When Women Entered the Workforce

By Shelby Smithey Throughout history, human aspirations have had a very-gendered path, in the workplace especially. To dive deeper into the women’s work experience, Dr. Stephanie Cole will give [...]

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