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They’re Not Statistics. They’re People.

They’re Not Statistics. They’re People.

Meet the ‘Faces of HIV’ By Sarah McCartan Meet Renee. Renee, a newlywed, wasn’t aware that her husband had HIV—until she became pregnant with twins and went to her first prenatal [...]

Winners & Losers 9/12/13

Winners & Losers 9/12/13

WINNERS Jerry Maygarden The Pensacola chamber of commerce has a history of making its interim presidents full-time, especially after a controversy. Evon Emerson took over in 2002 when the chamber [...]

Second Chances for Ex-cons

Second Chances for Ex-cons

The Triumphs and Challenges of Re-entry By Paul F. South In America, more than 700,000 men and women will leave prison annually, often returning to the violent, impoverished cauldrons of [...]

Bicycle Races Are Coming Your Way

Bicycle Races Are Coming Your Way

By Sarah McCartan September in Pensacola typically brings with it both entertainment and the heightened awareness that Fall is just around the corner. While sadly this September doesn’t mean a [...]

Happenings 9/12/13

Happenings 9/12/13

THURSDAY 9.12 RUNNING: SIX AT SIX 6 a.m. Running Wild, 3012 E Cervantes St. 435-9222 or werunwild.com. VIVA FLORIDA 500  ‘ARTIFACTS ’ 9 a.m. The exhibition celebrates 500 years of Florida’s [...]

Local Tastes With a Bizarre Twist

Local Tastes With a Bizarre Twist

By Sarah McCartan The last time that celebrity chef Andrew Zimmern visited the Florida Panhandle he was filming an episode of his Travel Channel hit series, “Bizarre Foods,” and found himself [...]

Outtakes 9/12/13

Outtakes 9/12/13

Our Summer Of Discontent The local political scene usually slows down to a crawl during the hot, humid days of summer. The only exceptions are the occasional tropical storms and hurricanes that pop [...]

Navid “G” Garshasb passed away last night

Navid “G” Garshasb passed away last night

Navid "G" Garshasb passed away last night. We wrote about him and his struggle to provide for his family this week-- "One Last Battle: Dying Veteran Seeks Insurance Reinstatement." Help a Hero [...]

City Voters Losing Confidence

City Voters Losing Confidence

But They Still Love Their Mayor By Rick Outzen Pensacola voters’ confidence in the direction of their city government has slipped further since the Pensacola Young Professionals conducted their [...]

Winners & Losers 9/5/13

Winners & Losers 9/5/13

Winners West Florida Public Library In partnership with the Jazz Society of Pensacola and the Friends of the West Florida Public Library, the downtown Pensacola branch will open this month its [...]

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