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Poll: Undecideds lead in District 4 and Mayor Races

Poll: Undecideds lead in District 4 and Mayor Races

By Rick Outzen With a little over two months to go before absentee ballots are mailed out for the August primary, both the races to replace Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward and Escambia County [...]

The Price of Whistleblowing

The Price of Whistleblowing

By Rick Outzen In April 2015, Inweekly reported that Newpoint High, one of Escambia County’s high-performing charter schools, had been accused of fixing grades, failing to report possible child [...]

Outtakes—Worst Decision Ever

Outtakes—Worst Decision Ever

By Rick Ouzten The worst decision in the history of the Escambia County Board of County Commissioners was the 4-1 vote in the summer of 2013 for the county to take over the Escambia County [...]

Last Call: Hangout Music Fest 2018 Giveaway

Last Call: Hangout Music Fest 2018 Giveaway

If you're anything like us, every time you hear 'Love' on the radio you start day dreaming about Hangout Fest 2018. In addition to Kendrick Lamar, headliners for this year's fest include The [...]

The 2018 Power List

The 2018 Power List

By Rick Outzen The Inweekly Power List has attracted the attention of readers since we first published it in June 2007. Created on an Atlas Oyster House cocktail napkin, the inaugural list [...]

The 2018 Power List—The Legend: James J. Reeves

The 2018 Power List—The Legend: James J. Reeves

By Rick Outzen I've known James J. Reeves since I first moved to Pensacola in 1982. He was my "Mr. Sunshine," the club's official joke teller, when I served as president of the Gulf Breeze Rotary. [...]

Get Comfortable with Chaos

Get Comfortable with Chaos

By Stephanie Sharp First City Shakespeare, a division of the Southeastern Teen Shakespeare Company, presents a performance of Greg Allen's "Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind" at 9:17 p.m. on [...]

The 2018 Power List: The List

The 2018 Power List: The List

James J. Reeves, Attorney Martha Saunders, President, University of West Florida C. Edward Meadows, President, Pensacola State College Robert Rinke, Broker/Owner, Levin Rinke Realty John [...]

Calendar 3/29/18

Calendar 3/29/18

THURSDAY 3.29 ONE-ON-ONE TECH HELP 11 a.m. Molino Branch Library, 6450-A Highway 95A. mywfpl.com PILATES MAT 12:30 p.m. Free. Ever’man Educational Center, 327 W. Garden St. everman.org ‘THE [...]

Outtakes—Raising ‘Little Monsters’

Outtakes—Raising ‘Little Monsters’

By Rick Outzen Escambia County Commissioner Doug Underhill disapproved of the March for Our Lives rallies last weekend. In a series of posts on Facebook, the commissioner called the teenagers [...]

News of the Weird 3/29/18

News of the Weird 3/29/18

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel Pets on a Plane In the same week that a dog perished after a United Airlines flight attendant insisted it be stored in an overhead compartment on a flight from [...]

The 2018 Power List: Hall of Fame

The 2018 Power List: Hall of Fame

Once you're named the most influential, you deserve a special place. Jim Reeves will join this group of movers and shakers who each earned the number one spot on the Inweekly Power List over the past [...]

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