Wednesday September 17th 2014
Gifts for those the IN loves (to pick on)
By IN staff
For eight years, the Independent News has given holiday “gifts” to area elected officials, leaders and newsmakers. For days, we slave [...]
Day Job: Director, Pensacola Young Professionals
Pensacola Resident Since 2002
My Pensacola is all about loving the fact that there are so many days with blue skies and [...]
FREE SPEECH STANDOFF Holding his ground at the public lectern, Father Nathan Monk chanced an arrest during the December 15 Pensacola City Council meeting. Two members of the council walked out of the [...]
By Jennie McKeon
Finally, a valid reason to drink this holiday.
Pensacola’s Happening and DeLuna Fest present the second annual Downtown Christmas Pub Crawl, Friday, Dec. 23 beginning at 7 [...]
HISTORIC EMBARRASSMENT The Magnolia Cemetery sits in the heart of old Pensacola on A Street, between Cervantes Street and Pensacola High School. Hundreds drive by it every day.
IN reporter Jeremy [...]
QUINT & RISHY STUDER The couple had a big week. They announced mid-week, the Pensacola Business Challenge, a contest for entrepreneurs and business owners to win a business startup [...]
By Sarah McCartan
The month of November marked a great many things — mustaches supporting men’s health, the start of the holiday season and, on the new music front, the release of an EP by [...]
Day Job: Vice President for University Advancement, UWF
Pensacola Resident Since: 2005, but working for Pensacola Opera since 2000
My Pensacola exists between the UWF campus and [...]
FAMILIES CLAIM SEXUAL ABUSE AT MISSION
By Rick Outzen
The story was one of the truly “feel good” stories coming out of the earthquake that devastated Haiti nearly two years ago. Forty-one [...]
‘A ROADTRIP THROUGH FLORIDA ARCHAEOLOGY 10 a.m. DARC, 207 E. Main St. 595-0050, ext. 107 or flpublicarchaeology.org/darc.php.
WOVEN & WRAPPED: KIMONOS, CLOTHING AND CULTURE OF EARLY [...]