Friday February 24th 2017
Pictures, Parades and More
A Guide To Mardi Gras 2017
By Stephanie Sharp
WARREN THOMPSON’S MARDI GRAS VIEW
Even the most seasoned Mardi Gras veterans only ever catch glimpses of their fellow parade-goers through the gaps between festooned floats and decked-out marching bands. One photographer has ...
Black History Month Poetry Events
By C.S. Satterwhite
As Black History Month comes to a close, several events throughout Pensacola celebrate the February tradition honoring African-American culture.
Speaking to the vibrancy of Pensacola's poetry scene, this year two major poetry events are scheduled at the same time ...
Don’t Call Them Emo
By Grant Hutchinson
Jimmy Eat World will be performing at Vinyl on Feb. 28, and local fans couldn't be more stoked.
"(The band's first three records) had such an impact on me," said Travis Seals, 36, of Pensacola. "I associate them with ...
Trial Lawyer 2.0 Wins Again
By Rick Outzen
Last week, the Levin Papantonio law firm announced it had helped secure a cash settlement of more than $670 million with Dupont over lawsuits related to the exposure of the toxic chemical C8 from the company's plant in ...
Development Honors Grocer Willard Warfield
By Duwayne Escobedo
Both Chad Henderson and John Ellis Jr. enjoy preserving historic buildings.
Henderson, founder and CEO of the healthcare real estate development company Catalyst CRE, owns the four-story Rhodes Building on the corner of Chase and Palafox streets that was ...
The Winners & Losers Department of the Inweekly Media and Entertainment Empire rebelled after having to do its annual issues and refused to pick any losers this week. Here are their winners for [...]
Through Dec. 27
See the Gulf Breeze Zoo transformed into a magical light display. Zoo Lights are 5 to 9 p.m. nightly at the zoo through Christmas Eve and again on Dec. 26 and 27. Check [...]
Baseball America named the Pensacola Blue Wahoos the winner of the 2016 Double-A Bob Freitas Award. Since 1989, Baseball America has recognized excellence in Minor [...]
By Rick Outzen
When things go wrong on a City of Pensacola project, they tend to go bad quickly.
The latest example is the Government Street Stormwater Project at Corrine Jones Park. Located [...]
By Chuck Shepherd
Suspicions Confirmed Evolution, according to scientists, likely explains why some "prey" develop defense mechanisms to avoid "predators," i.e., the prey who fail to develop them [...]
By C. S. Satterwhite
At long last, artist and educator Rachael Pongetti is finally releasing her book, "Uncovering The Layers: The Pensacola Graffiti Bridge" this week.
The concept for the [...]
We don't have snow, but we have plenty of holiday happenings. Get in the spirit, even if you're wearing flip-flops, and make believe that Pensacola is a winter wonderland.
By Duwayne Escobedo
The White House announced last week that Pensacola would be included in the expansion of its TechHire Initiative to 20 cities, states, and rural areas. The expansion increased [...]
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The law firm won the Special Litigation (Environmental) category in the 2016 Elite Trial Lawyers recognition program and was named to the third annual list of America's [...]