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Ax Falls On Newpoint

Ax Falls On Newpoint

By Rick Outzen The Escambia County School Board voted on May 19 to terminate the charter contracts of Newpoint Pensacola High and Newpoint Academy, each by a 4-1 vote. The board unanimously agreed [...]

Outtakes—Six Summer Questions

Outtakes—Six Summer Questions

By Rick Outzen The local political scene tends to be quiet during June and July. However, we head into this summer with several questions. The answers will give us plenty of headlines for the rest [...]

Winners & Losers 5/28/15

Winners & Losers 5/28/15

Winners Leadership Pensacola The Pensacola Chamber Foundation’s Leadership Pensacola (LeaP) Class of 2015 recently unveiled its class project, LeaP This Way. The project enhanced downtown [...]

Party with Pride

Party with Pride

By Jennifer Leigh “There is often confusion between Memorial Day Weekend and PensacolaPRIDE,” wrote Doug Landreth in the Gay Grassroots newsletter. “Both have value and a place in our [...]

Crossing the aisle for equality

Crossing the aisle for equality

Florida conservatives become LGBT heroes…whether they meant to or not By Jennifer Leigh When it comes to equality, sometimes it’s not about red and blue. It’s about right and [...]

Happenings 5/21/15

Happenings 5/21/15

THURSDAY 5.21 WINE TASTING AT AWM 5 p.m. Try something new every week at Aragon Wine Market’s regular wine tasting, only a few blocks from downtown. Aragon Wine Market, 27 S. 9th Ave. [...]

Telling a city’s story one voice at a time

Telling a city’s story one voice at a time

By Shelby Smithey Voices of Pensacola, a multicultural center opened through a partnership between the University of West Florida Historic Trust and Gulf Power in October, is on the cusp of [...]

What’s next for marriage equality?

What’s next for marriage equality?

By Shelby Smithey It’s been almost five months since Floridians won marriage equality. Thousands of couples across the state were finally validated, and many more now have the right to enjoy the [...]

Outtakes—Comrade Scott

Outtakes—Comrade Scott

By Rick Outzen For years, Gov. Rick Scott has known the federal Low Income Pool (LIP) program, which annually provides over $2 billion for the health care for low-income families across the state, [...]

Winners & Losers 5/21/15

Winners & Losers 5/21/15

Winners Jerome Shannon Pensacola Opera’s Board of Trustees has announced the appointment of Maestro Jerome Shannon as the company’s new Executive Director. Shannon has been involved with the [...]

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