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 ...
WHY OCCUPY Sean works retail. The 20-something is college educated, another one of Pensacola’s educated and underemployed workforce. He describes himself as an Occupy Pensacola sympathizer.
By Jennie McKeon
It’s about time to make your list and check it twice…for holiday events, that is. Before you know it, a new year will be here, so enjoy what’s left of 2011. Whether you’re [...]
Did you know that today is CYBER MONDAY? Which means a lot of online retailers are offering awesome deals and/or free shipping.
And our very own Vinyl Music Hall is getting in on the action with [...]
Health Talk: FamiliesFirst Network Adoption Counselor Cathleen Menda and Associate Adoption Coordinator Peggy Custred
Menda has been working with Families First Network for six years as an [...]
11.26 Jingle Bell Run/Walk
You can choose to run or walk a 5k or 10k to support arthritis. The race begins at 8 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 26 at the Gulfside Pavilion on Pensacola Beach. Registration fees [...]
For the first time in the past six years, Pensacola had a relatively uneventful summer–no hurricanes, park or city charter referendums, sensational murder cases or oil spills. However, the year [...]
by Chuck Shepherd
Enterprising reporters get stories by earning the trust of their sources, which Simon Eroro of the Post-Courier (Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea) obviously did. At a banquet in [...]
PENSACOLA STATE COLLEGE ART FACULTY EXHIBITION 8 a.m. Through Dec 14. Anna Lamar Switzer Center for Visual Arts, Pensacola State College, 1000 College Blvd., Bldg 15. 484-2550 or [...]
QUIET DIFFERENCE MAKER She was born on the Fourth of July in Evergreen, Ala. When she died on Sunday, Nov. 14, she had seen her children, more than a dozen grandchildren, 29 great grandchildren and [...]
Black Friday and the Shopping Palaces of Pensacola
by Jessica Forbes
Originally popularized by department stores, the day after Thanksgiving, or “Black Friday” has become what amounts to a [...]