Saturday December 3rd 2016
Hope for the Holidays
By Jennifer Leigh
Every holiday season, it's important to spread a little cheer—and hope—to those less fortunate. This year is no different.
Something as simple as a plate of food or a children's toy gift-wrapped in bright, shiny paper can make all ...
By Jennifer Leigh
When you tune into WWUF 88.1 on a Saturday afternoon to listen to NPR's "Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me" and hear Paula Poundstone on the panel you know it's going to be a good day.
But after 37 years, ...
Resisting the Savior Mentality
By C. S. Satterwhite
Author Jordan Flaherty came to activism when he was a teenager.
"My first protest was when I was 16," said Flaherty. "It was in support of friends who were expelled from school for organizing against sexual assault."
Years later, ...
Mr. Gaetz Goes to Washington
By Rick Outzen
A little less than a month ago, State Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fort Walton Beach) was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives, beating Democrat Steven Specht 69%-31%. He is only the fifth person, and third Republican, to represent ...
If you feel a need to whet your vinyl record appetite in anticipation of Record Store Day, The East Hill Yard will provide just the event to do so this Thursday night.
Local musicians Aaron Finlay [...]
by Chuck Shepherd
Electric Chastity Belt To counter the now-well-publicized culture of rape in India, three engineers in Chennai said in March that they are about to send to the market women’s [...]
By Brett Hutchins
A broken home. Teenage homelessness. The murder of a sibling and best friend. The 64-year-old soul musician Charles Bradley has lived a life full of heartache, pain, and now, [...]
Corporate vs. Independent Retail: A View from the Inside
By Jessica Forbes
Like many Americans, my mother loves going to the mall. I spent countless childhood weekends wandering with her [...]
This "stay local" thing isn't just a trend or a catch phrase. It's a real movement based on culture, quality of life and macroeconomics.
There's undeniable positive economic impact that comes when [...]
Every year, the IN does a Stay Local issue—which we dedicate to all the local businesses that make Pensacola a place we actually want to live (and spend our money) in. We also look forward to [...]
LET US RULE OURSELVES Once upon a time, conservatives stood for the principal of home rule, meaning that communities had the right to establish their own ordinances and thereby create and govern the [...]
In case you're wondering, we aren't just writing about Record Store Day for the hell of it. Most of us here at the IN are looking forward to shopping it too. That's right, we've been saving up, [...]
By Sarah McCartan
In a day and age that turns heavily toward a virtual universe to provide constant stimulation and endless forms of entertainment, it is refreshing to see printed materials still [...]
‘RETURN TO CLAY AND FIRE: WOOD FIRED CERAMICS BY BEN TWINGLEY’ 8 a.m. Gallery 88, inside WUWF 11000 University Pkwy. Through April 26. 474-2787 or wuwf.org.
JASON PINCKART [...]