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Outtakes—Next Steps Are Difficult Ones

Outtakes—Next Steps Are Difficult Ones

By Rick Outzen Nine years ago, we published our vision for downtown Pensacola in what we called our “ballsy plan.” It included a downtown baseball park, an entertainment district, new public [...]

Winners & Losers 10/3/13

Winners & Losers 10/3/13

Winners Erin Kelley Sammis The executive director for Pensacola Opera has been named a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) by CFRE International. Sammis, an IN 2010 Rising Star, joined [...]

Outtakes—Stamp Out White Crime

Outtakes—Stamp Out White Crime

It’s an unpleasant subject. Escambia County has a problem with white crime. From 2008 through 2012, the sheriff’s office reports that of the 41,054 offense reports where the race of both the [...]

Outtakes—Being Local Matters

Outtakes—Being Local Matters

Are local businesses at a disadvantage when bidding for city of Pensacola contracts? The latest controversy of whether the Pensacola International Airport should give its food services to national [...]

Winners & Losers 9/26/13

Winners & Losers 9/26/13

Winner Collier Merrill Developer and restaurant owner Collier Merrill made his last meeting as the chairman of the Community Maritime Park Associates a memorable one. Flanked by most of her [...]

Winners & Losers 9/19/13

Winners & Losers 9/19/13

Winner Great Gulfcoast Arts Festival One of Pensacola’s long-standing events has been named to the 2014 American Bus Association’s (ABA) Top 100 Events, an annual compilation of the best [...]

Outtakes: More Than Heads In Beds

Outtakes: More Than Heads In Beds

Escambia County is once again debating what to do with its tourism development tax revenue. The Board of County Commissioners, at the request of the hotel owners, have agreed to move governance of [...]

Winners & Losers 9/12/13

Winners & Losers 9/12/13

WINNERS Jerry Maygarden The Pensacola chamber of commerce has a history of making its interim presidents full-time, especially after a controversy. Evon Emerson took over in 2002 when the chamber [...]

Outtakes 9/12/13

Outtakes 9/12/13

Our Summer Of Discontent The local political scene usually slows down to a crawl during the hot, humid days of summer. The only exceptions are the occasional tropical storms and hurricanes that pop [...]

Winners & Losers 9/5/13

Winners & Losers 9/5/13

Winners West Florida Public Library In partnership with the Jazz Society of Pensacola and the Friends of the West Florida Public Library, the downtown Pensacola branch will open this month its [...]

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