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Winners & Losers 2/25/16

Winners & Losers 2/25/16

Winners Donald Trump The Republican billionaire stomped his competition in the South Carolina primary, solidifying his position as the GOP presidential front-runner.  The political outsider won [...]

Ears & Fingers 2/25/16

Ears & Fingers 2/25/16

By Jason Leger Yuck-Stranger Things Up to this point, there has always been a sense of urgency that has come along with Yuck’s hazy version of grunge-pop. Perhaps it was more of a youthful [...]

No More County Jail Deaths?

No More County Jail Deaths?

By Rick Outzen Rev. Lonnie Wesley, III is troubled.  On Jan. 15, his oldest brother Alfred, age 66, was found unresponsive in his cell after having been taken to a local hospital. “I'm [...]

Quint Studer: Leading Change

Quint Studer: Leading Change

By Rick Outzen On March 1, Quint Studer kicks off his retirement from the company he founded, Studer Group, with a free community workshop to be held at WSRE’s Jean & Paul Amos Performance [...]

Outtakes—History Repeats

Outtakes—History Repeats

By Rick Outzen On Saturday, Feb. 20, I joined the families who lost loved ones in the Escambia County for their silent protest and prayer service, which is the focus of our cover story this [...]

Kraher Eager to Please Council Members

Kraher Eager to Please Council Members

By Duwayne Escobedo In his first five months as the Pensacola City Council executive, Don Kraher has learned a few lessons about being effective in the controversial and newly-created [...]

The Buzz 2/25/16

The Buzz 2/25/16

Broken PFD Chain of Command Public records recently released by the City of Pensacola show that its Chief Human Resources Officer Ed Sisson may have violated the grievance process established by the [...]

Hank & Cupcakes Return To Sluggo’s

Hank & Cupcakes Return To Sluggo’s

By Shelby Smithey Originally forming in their hometown of Tel Aviv, Israel, husband-and-wife electro-pop duo Hank & Cupcakes picked up everything eight years ago and moved to New York City. [...]

News of the Weird 2/18/16

News of the Weird 2/18/16

By Chuck Shepherd Military Intelligence The head of U.S. Navy intelligence has for more than two years been prohibited from accessing classified information (as the Pentagon disclosed to The [...]

How to Take Sports Tourism to the Next Level

How to Take Sports Tourism to the Next Level

By Rick Outzen Sports tourism can be lucrative for our economy, particularly if the Escambia County builds an indoor sports complex that will attract sports events in the shoulder seasons, [...]

Robotic Engineer James McLurkin to talk about his SwarmBots at PSC

Robotic Engineer James McLurkin to talk about his SwarmBots at PSC

By C. S. Satterwhite When many people think of robots, the images are the ones given to us by pop-culture and sci-fi movies: R2-D2 on the good side and Terminator on the bad, with many variations [...]

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