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Outtakes—A Big Deal

Outtakes—A Big Deal

By Rick Outzen Last week, I traveled to New York City to discuss my book, “City of Grudges,” on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.” Joe Scarborough had been kind enough to write an endorsement for [...]

Winners & Losers 5/10/18

Winners & Losers 5/10/18

Winners Baptist Health Care Foundation Its fifth annual Casino Royale gala raised more than $245,000 for programs and services at Baptist Health Care. This year, the money raised at the event will [...]

Winners & Losers 5/3/18

Winners & Losers 5/3/18

Publisher Rick Outzen has left town again on his “City of Grudges” book tour. Naturally, the Winners & Losers staff resents that they weren’t invited and have gone on strike. Before they [...]

Outtakes—Why Plan?

Outtakes—Why Plan?

By Rick Outzen City of Pensacola officials like to do master plans or, more accurately, like to pay for such plans and ignore them. For years, Inweekly challenged the city council and the city [...]

Outtakes—The Palmieri Sisters

Outtakes—The Palmieri Sisters

By Rick Outzen Last week, I traveled to Oxford, Miss., for a book event at the famous Square Books. I went to share the stage with Jennifer Palmieri, communications director for the Obama [...]

Winners & Losers 4/26/18

Winners & Losers 4/26/18

Winners Stan Connally Southern Company, the parent company of Gulf Power, announced Stan Connally, Jr., the chairman, president and CEO of Gulf Power, has been named executive vice president of [...]

Outtakes—Pick a Deal

Outtakes—Pick a Deal

By Rick Outzen Pretend you are the mayor of Pensacola. You are presented two real estate deals. Which deal would you choose to support? Deal A calls for construction of a $9.4-million building [...]

Winners & Losers 4/19/18

Winners & Losers 4/19/18

Winners Ashton Hayward Judge Joel Boles dismissed with prejudice the lawsuit by Dan Lindemann and Jerry Holzworth regarding the validity of a lease between the City of Pensacola and Florida Fish [...]

Winners & Losers 4/12/18

Winners & Losers 4/12/18

Winners Clay Ingram The Pensacola Republican lawmaker was among the 15 members of the Florida Legislature honored with a 2018 Florida Chamber Distinguished Advocate award, which recognizes [...]

Outtakes—No Special Session Needed

Outtakes—No Special Session Needed

By Rick Outzen Florida House and Senate leaders are zeroing in on April 23 for the possible start date of a special legislative session to overhaul Florida's gambling policy. The move appears to [...]

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