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New Year, New Noise

New Year, New Noise

By Shelby Nalepa Local trio Noiseheads are playing a show at chizuko Friday, and it's their first one in Pensacola since 2015. Guitarist Nick Gray's intense, grinding voice fits faultlessly [...]

The Buzz 1/4/18

The Buzz 1/4/18

New Children's Hospital on Track Construction of the new Studer Family Children's Hospital at Sacred Heart is on schedule, with the new four-story facility expected to open in the spring of 2019 on [...]

Calendar 1/4/18

Calendar 1/4/18

THURSDAY 1.4 LA LECHE LEAGUE 10 a.m. Free. Ever’man Educational Center, 327 W. Garden St. everman.org PILATES MAT 12:30 p.m. Free. Ever’man Educational Center, 327 W. Garden St. [...]

Winners & Losers 1/4/18

Winners & Losers 1/4/18

Winners Martha A. "Marny" Gilluly The University of West Florida bestowed on her the UWF Founder's Medallion. This award symbolizes excellent character that represents the UWF values, extraordinary [...]

When, What, Who

When, What, Who

A look at the 2018 elections—when to vote, what’s up for grabs and who’s in the running Inweekly expects 2018 to an active election year, both locally and statewide. One reason is that all [...]

News of the Weird 1/4/18

News of the Weird 1/4/18

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel Awwwwwwww When 5-year-old TyLon Pittman of Byram, Mississippi, saw the Grinch stealing Christmas on Dec. 16 on TV, he did what any civic-minded citizen would do. [...]

Great Expectations for 2018

Great Expectations for 2018

By Rick Outzen The expectations for State Rep. Jayer Williamson (R-Milton) are high for the 2018 legislative session that begins Jan. 9.  Over the summer, House Speaker Richard Corcoran appointed [...]

The Buzz 12/28/17

The Buzz 12/28/17

Best Wildlife Destination The Luxury Travel Guide recognized Perdido Key as the Wildlife Destination of the Year for 2017. The Luxury Travel Guide Awards represent the pinnacle of travel and [...]

Outtakes—Unfinished Business

Outtakes—Unfinished Business

By Rick Outzen We had several big news stories in 2017, but three still remained unresolved, though I suspect some wish they would quietly go away before the 2018 elections. Pelicans G League [...]

’Tis the Season to See a Movie

’Tis the Season to See a Movie

By Joshua Encinias Since the year 2000, Christmas week has consistently been the highest grossing week of the year at the box office. The obvious reason is once you’re done opening presents, [...]

News of the Weird 12/28/17

News of the Weird 12/28/17

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel The Voices in Our Heads In Parkland, Washington, state troopers and Pierce County Sheriffs officers responded to a call on Nov. 25 about a man who had stopped his [...]

Winners & Losers 12/28/17

Winners & Losers 12/28/17

Lisa Nellessen-Savage, executive editor of the Pensacola News Journal, believes that 2017 was the year of the people. People were engaged in local, state and national issues more than ever before. [...]

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