Saturday October 25th 2014
In Their Own Words
Inweekly Looks at Pensacola and Escambia County Races
By Rick Outzen
Inweekly spent three days interviewing the candidates for Escambia County Commission, Pensacola City Council and mayor of Pensacola. Each was asked the same questions in hopes of giving you a more ...
Fall Back and Get Some Sleep
By Jessica Forbes
Daylight saving time ends on Sunday, Nov. 2, marking the end of long summer days and the time to set clocks back one hour.
As most of the U.S. prepares to “fall back,” we here at the Inweekly decided ...
Give and Take
By Hana Frenette
GIVERS, an indie pop band from Lafayette, Louisiana, have spent most of their time on the road—whether it’s playing small bars and clubs around the country, performing at music festivals, or supporting the Dirty Projectors on tour. ...
Going To The Dogs
By Sarah McCartan
Every dog owner knows Saturdays aren’t for work. They’re for spending the day at play with your canine companion. Rather than lounging at home or taking a trip to the dog park this Saturday, why not strut ...
Baptist Health Care Now Offers Impella
Baptist Health Care and Cardiology Consultants, regional leaders in quality cardiovascular care, are the first in the area to offer Impella—the world’s [...]
By Jennie McKeon
Once you’ve decided to give up, you should also give back. Lent is not only a time for prayer and fasting, but alms giving.
“Lent represents becoming stronger in [...]
“Everyone knows how un-secure our registration and voting system is.”—Ross
“VA issues, yes, but birth control?”—Carol
“Perhaps the state will subsidize the purchase of flashy [...]
WHY NOT PENSACOLA? Pensacola is once again on the cusp of being this country’s next great city. Mayor Ashton Hayward has brought vitality to the city. The maritime park is rushing to completion of [...]
JAUNE QUICK-TO-SEE SMITH EXHIBITION 8 a.m. through Mar 9. Anna Lamar Switzer Center for Visual Arts, Pensacola State College, 1000 College Blvd, Bldg 15. 484-1851 or [...]
by Chuck Shepherd
Sri Lanka has, as an “unwritten symbol of pride and culture,” the world’s highest per-capita rate for eye-donation, according to a January Associated Press dispatch from [...]
Daryl Davis’ Foray into the KKK
By Jeremy Morrison
Once the meetings had been arranged, there was only one thing left to do. Show up.
“And I’d show up and knock on their door and, of [...]
D.C. REALITY, G.C. CALAMITY It was supposed to be a home run. Forecasts had the RESTORE Act sailing through the house and senate unopposed. As of late last month U.S. Congressman Jeff Miller [...]
DARLENE F. DICKEY Gov. Rick Scott appointed the general counsel for the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office to fill the vacancy created by the appointment of Judge John F. Simon to the [...]
By Ron Herrington
I take issue with your viewpoint that the majority of the Republican field for President in 2012 have IQs below room temperature (Independent News, Feb. 2). I saw [...]