Thursday October 30th 2014
By Jennie McKeon
As a reader of the IN you might recognize Ashley Hardaway’s name. But there’s more to this foodie scribe than meets the eye.
After living in Ukraine during her time with [...]
By Jennie McKeon
“People assume a foster child has had a very horrible life,” said Carol Carlan. “That’s not the case for me. I don’t look at it as being sad.”
Before Carol Carlan [...]
The impact on human health
By Jeremy Morrison
So far the meeting was going well. Clinically cordial, with deli cold cuts and coffee. But then James “Catfish” Miller decided to make some [...]
‘ROLL CALL: 2011 FACULTY EXHIBITION’ 10 a.m. UWF Center for Fine and Performing Arts, Bldg. 82, 11000 University Pkwy., 857-6285.
‘IT’S 5 O’ CLOCK SOMEWHERE’ [...]
By Bradley “Beej” Davis Jr.
College is tough. Life is tough, and for some college-aged teens and young adults, it’s too tough. According the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, [...]
Distinctive Kitchens – Lunch and Learn
The 1st & 3rd Wednesday of every month, Distinctive Kitchens offers a daytime cooking class called “Lunch & Learn” starting at noon.This is a one [...]
Name: Chelsea Powell
Day Job: Office Specialist in the Provost’s Office at UWF
Pensacola Resident Since: Birth, although I had a brief stint in Tallahassee (and subsequently realized that [...]
LIMBER LIMBO Who knows what’s going to happen with the tents at City Hall? But it’s making for interesting city council meetings.
“First of all, what happens at the dead-line hour?” [...]
BY BUBBS HARRIS
It is hard to believe that it has already been over 35 years since the Misfits crept up from the New Jersey underground. In that time, the band has gone on to influence most, if [...]
by Chuck Shepherd
At press time, Melinda Arnold, 34, was waiting to hear whether her mother would be accepted as an organ donor for her daughter—with the organ being the mom’s womb. Melinda (a [...]