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Mayor’s Race Could Be Tight

Mayor’s Race Could Be Tight

By Rick Outzen The 2018 Pensacola’s mayor race could be a battle. If Mayor Ashton Hayward seeks a third term and faces either Escambia County Commissioner Grover Robinson or his recently retired [...]

Grading Sean Spicer

Grading Sean Spicer

By Rick Outzen On a scale of one to five, with five being excellent, Jennifer Palmieri thinks Sean Spicer, President Donald Trump's press secretary, grades out as a "one" for his job performance [...]

The Buzz 5/11/17

The Buzz 5/11/17

Honoring Ashley The University of West Florida recently received a gift to establish the Ashley Hardaway Theriot Study Abroad Scholarship Endowment. The endowment, which was created in memory [...]

Outtakes—Hawkshaw Memories

Outtakes—Hawkshaw Memories

By Rick Ouzten Ten years ago, Inweekly, friends, and family put on a two-day music festival, Hawkshaw Music Fest.  You probably don’t remember it, but it was our attempt to offer the community [...]

Calendar 5/11/17

Calendar 5/11/17

THURSDAY 5.11 WORK ON FLORIDA TRAIL 8 a.m. Regular meet up of Western Gate Florida Trail Association to work on National Scenic Trail and side trail. Meet at Blackwater River Forestry Center, 11650 [...]

Tank and The Bangas Get Busy

Tank and The Bangas Get Busy

By Shelby Smithey Out of over 6,000 entries, soul and funk musical group Tank and The Bangas won the 2017 NPR Tiny Desk Contest in March, and it catapulted them into popularity. Combining the [...]

Pensacola, One Letter at a Time

Pensacola, One Letter at a Time

By Shelby Smithey Twenty-six weeks ago, Pensacola-based graphic designer Veronique Zayas decided to take on a project to both work on her own skills and do a little exploring in her city. The [...]

News of the Weird 5/4/17

News of the Weird 5/4/17

By Chuck Shepherd Entrepreneurial Spirit A San Francisco startup recently introduced a countertop gadget to squeeze fruit and vegetables for you so that your hands don't get sore. However, the [...]

Outtakes—Reporting News

Outtakes—Reporting News

By Rick Outzen At the White House Correspondents' dinner, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein addressed the audience. The two are best known for uncovering former [...]

Celebrating The ‘Original American Art’

Celebrating The ‘Original American Art’

By Jennifer Leigh In an age where everything is digital, comic books—actual paper books—are still as popular as ever. But perhaps they're even more popular when they're free. Since 2002, [...]

Winners & Losers 5/4/17

Winners & Losers 5/4/17

Winners Palafox Market Ten years ago, the Downtown Improvement Board, under the leadership of Kim Kimbrough, organized a farmers' market for downtown Pensacola. Some doubted its long-term [...]

Emerald Coastkeepers’ Sparkplug

Emerald Coastkeepers’ Sparkplug

By Duwayne Escobedo Laurie Murphy always wanted to be an environmentalist. However, her mom had another plan for her daughter. She wanted her to get a business degree. Murphy got her degree, [...]

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