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All-Ages Symphonic Saturday

All-Ages Symphonic Saturday

By Jessica Forbes Music fans of all ages are welcome at the Saenger Theatre on Saturday, Jan. 11, to join the Pensacola Symphony Orchestra (PSO) for “Music for Families” in the afternoon and [...]

Little Free Library Opens at Pineglades Park

Little Free Library Opens at Pineglades Park

By Jessica Forbes Pensacola has one more Little Free Library (LFL) on the map, with the opening of the Pineglades Neighborhood Association’s LFL at Pineglades Park, 301 Euclid St. On Jan. 7, [...]

The Dos and Don’ts of Being a Do-Gooder

The Dos and Don’ts of Being a Do-Gooder

By Jennifer Leigh You may have been thinking about volunteering at a non-profit for years, but have yet to act upon it. You don’t have to let laziness or intimidation hold you back. No matter [...]

The Elbow Room Lives On

The Elbow Room Lives On

Word travels fast, and rumors tend to travel even faster. Just in case you heard a rumor implying otherwise, after 50 years of glory, The Elbow Room will not be closing its doors. It has been [...]

Get Engaged

Get Engaged

How To Become Informed & Involved In '14 Sorry to disappoint if you thought we were talking about the other kind of "engaged."  But this is the Independent News after all, not Cosmo—so you [...]

Get Out The Vote

Get Out The Vote

Yes, 2014 is an election year. Without a presidential election driving the news cycle, this very important fact may escape the attention of some folks only remotely plugged in. Nevertheless, offices [...]

Ears & Fingers 1/2/14

Ears & Fingers 1/2/14

On the Horizon: Drive-By Truckers-English Oceans Let me preface this by saying that I really like the Drive-By Truckers. They have longevity, and have proven that they are stronger than their [...]

The Buzz 1/2/14

The Buzz 1/2/14

Dollar Bills at the Bay Center The saying about there being "no such thing as a free lunch" is ringing in the ears of those accustomed to fee-free parking near the Pensacola Bay Center (formerly the [...]

Happenings 1/2/14

Happenings 1/2/14

THURSDAY 1.2 RUNNING: SIX AT SIX 6 a.m. Running Wild, 3012 E. Cervantes St. 435-9222 or werunwild.com. FIRST CITY ART CENTER 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. “Small Works” on display through early [...]

Post-Worthy Activism

Post-Worthy Activism

With each new week comes an influx of new things to rant about on social media platforms. Or at least it sure seems that way. Whether in regard to celebrities, politics, economic issues, [...]

One Advocate’s Story

One Advocate’s Story

By Jessica Forbes For many public officials and attendees of local government meetings, Barbara Albrecht is a familiar presence. Typically donning a straw hat, she is an environmental scientist [...]

How To Watchdog (and maybe even participate in) Local Government

How To Watchdog (and maybe even participate in) Local Government

by Jessica Forbes In December, the removal of trees ahead of road work at the intersection of Scenic Highway and Interstate 10 came as a surprise to many, including some of our local elected [...]

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