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Winners & Losers 1/22/15

Winners & Losers 1/22/15

Winners Gray Swoope The Florida Secretary of Commerce and president and CEO of Enterprise Florida, Inc. (EFI), Gray Swoope, announced that he will leave his post at the end of February. Over the [...]

Calendar 1/22/15

Calendar 1/22/15

THURSDAY 1.22 TRAIL WORK ON THE FLORIDA TRAIL 8:30 a.m.-1 pm. The Western Gate Chapter of the Florida Trail Association regularly schedules trail work on the Florida National Scenic Trail and [...]

Outtakes—’Je Suis Charlie’

Outtakes—’Je Suis Charlie’

By Rick Outzen On Jan. 7, two masked gunmen dressed in black and armed with Kalashnikovs entered the Paris offices of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo and opened fire on a morning [...]

Florida’s Criminal Justice System

Florida’s Criminal Justice System

Tough on crime – and taxpayers By T.S. Strickland This legislative session, Florida’s lawmakers will be asked to reconsider how the state deals with criminals. The “tough on crime” mantra [...]

A&E Picks 1/22-29/15

A&E Picks 1/22-29/15

PENSACOLA OPERA PRESENTS “LA BOHÉME” 7:30 p.m. Friday and 2 p.m. Sunday Get swept up in the passionate lives of a group of young bohemians in Giacomo Puccini’s timeless opera, La Bohème. [...]

Keeping Up With The Foodies

Keeping Up With The Foodies

Updates from Pensacola’s Always Changing Restaurant Scene Say It Ain't So... Hip Pocket Deli, arguably Warrington's most popular lunch spot, is shutting its doors this month. And it’s not [...]

News of the Weird 1/22/15

News of the Weird 1/22/15

By Chuck Shepherd Man's Other Best Friends People's love for their pets reached a new high in December when a British man paid a veterinarian the equivalent of $500 to perform delicate surgery on [...]

Ears & Fingers 1/22/15

Ears & Fingers 1/22/15

By Jason Leger Father John Misty-I Love You, Honeybear Josh Tillman is reinventing the term “asshole.” He has been since he created Father John Misty, his on-stage persona who raves about [...]

The Call of Music

The Call of Music

By Hana Frenette St. Paul and the Broken Bones have garnered fame and attention so quickly you could mistake their success story for the beginning of a made-for-TV movie. The seven-piece soul [...]

Calendar 1/15/15

Calendar 1/15/15

THURSDAY 1.15 TRAIL WORK ON THE FLORIDA TRAIL 8:30 a.m.-1 pm. The Western Gate Chapter of the Florida Trail Association regularly schedules trail work on the Florida National Scenic Trail and [...]

Winners & Losers 1/15/15

Winners & Losers 1/15/15

Winners Don Gaetz The state senator from Niceville introduced with Senator Jeff Brandes (R-St. Petersburg) Senate Bill 240 to require government offices to recognize military-issued IDs as valid [...]

Watson Lives His Dream

Watson Lives His Dream

By Rick Outzen Aaron Watson had a big year in 2014. The young attorney in Levin, Papantonio, Thomas, Mitchell, Rafferty and Proctor law firm won a $12.6 million verdict for his client, making it [...]

Outtakes—Stormwater, Part II

Outtakes—Stormwater, Part II

When I attended the Storm Water Advisory Team (SWAT) meeting on January 6, I was reminded of meetings I attended 15 years ago on the stormwater.  Back then the issue wasn’t flooding, it was [...]

Viewpoint: The Gentle Giant

Viewpoint: The Gentle Giant

The Untold Story of Jail Blast By JD Sjoberg *Publishers Note:  The voices missing from investigation into the April 30 explosion at the Central Booking and Detention Center are those of the [...]

Escambia County mulls appointed school superintendent

Escambia County mulls appointed school superintendent

By Duwayne Escobedo Five times in the past half century, Escambia County voters have resisted a nationwide trend. Unlike 99 percent of the more than 14,500 public school districts across the [...]

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