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Spring Eats: The #GirlBoss Edition

Spring Eats: The #GirlBoss Edition

By Shelby Smithey, Stephanie Sharp and Joani Delezen Despite dated stereotypes of housewives in aprons, cooking on a professional level is still kind of boys club in a lot of ways. Especially when [...]

Hayward’s Hide And Seek

Hayward’s Hide And Seek

  By Rick Outzen and Duwayne Escobedo Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward has not hesitated to seek the advice and counsel of outside attorneys, and he has blocked any efforts by the Pensacola [...]

Outtakes—Another Unforced Error

Outtakes—Another Unforced Error

By Rick Outzen When Inweekly endorsed the proposed city charter in 2009, we never envisioned that people would have so much trouble interpreting and implementing the document. After all, attorney [...]

Letting Intuition Lead

Letting Intuition Lead

With MariCarmen Josephs of Carmen's Lunch Bar Now in its fifth year, Carmen's Lunch Bar has become a downtown staple. MariCarmen Josephs, chef and owner, has established herself as an accessible [...]

Winners & Losers 4/13/17

Winners & Losers 4/13/17

Winners Friends of the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society The non-profit organization, which is facilitated by Pen Air Federal Credit Union (Pen Air), presented a check to the Navy-Marine Corps [...]

Dessert Is Art

Dessert Is Art

With Corey Wall of Restaurant IRON Sometimes overlooked in the culinary world, dessert can round out a meal and leave a lasting impression. Restaurant IRONS's Pastry Chef Corey Wall knows this [...]

Baking It Happen

Baking It Happen

With Justine Gudmundson-McCain of Bluejay's Bakery Bluejay's Bakery is a boutique bakery specializing in cakes, cupcakes and other treats, with options available for all dietary restrictions. [...]

The Buzz 4/13/17

The Buzz 4/13/17

Defending Home Rule On April 5, the Florida Association of Counties (FAC) hosted its Legislative Day. Commissioners and staff descended on Tallahassee to assist in the lobbying efforts to protect [...]

The Vegan Veteran

The Vegan Veteran

With Jen Knight-Shoemaker of End of the Line Cafe End of the Line Cafe has been a unique fixture of the Pensacola food scene since its opening in 2002. As head chef and owner, Jen Knight-Shoemaker [...]

Southern Chefs Do It Best

Southern Chefs Do It Best

With Amy Potmesil of Union Public House Union Public House has quickly become one of Pensacola's favorite dining spots since opening a little over a year ago. Started by Blake Rushing and Patrick [...]

Sweet, Sweet Freedom

Sweet, Sweet Freedom

With Jordan Hewes of George Artisan Bakery & Bistro Creative liberty is what keeps Jordan Hewes, pastry chef at George Artisan Bakery & Bistro, on her toes when crafting the perfect [...]

Building An Empire

Building An Empire

With Lee Kafeety of Cactus Flower Café In April 2001, with zero restaurant experience, Lee Kafeety opened the very first Cactus Flower Café. Sixteen years and six locations later, Kafeety along [...]

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