Thursday October 23rd 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 ...
UWF will host Christian Lander, New York Times best-selling author of "Stuff White People Like." His lecture launches the John C. Pace Jr. Symposium Series. A meet and greet with Lander will [...]
Culture Club tonight!
5 to 7:30 p.m.
"Three Hots and a Cot"
by photographer E.J. Manton
End of the Line Cafe
At Pensacola Museum of Art
Company of [...]
Day Job: The other guy who tends bar at 5 ½ Bar (part time). Gayngsta (full time).
Pensacola Resident Since: Forever, but I took a couple of breaks.
Will work for food [...]
CENTER REACHES OUT TO AREA MINISTERS
By Jennie McKeon
Ministers seek to soothe heartache as part of their profession. But sometimes, demons bear down on their souls, too.
“It’s a story I [...]
WUWF kicks off Acoustic Series
By Jennie McKeon
For those who need their Acoustic Interlude fix during RadioLive’s hiatus, you’ll be happy to know that WUWF is bringing Ed Gerhard and Cliff [...]
Unraveling the Meaning of Occupy Pensacola
by Jeremy Morrison
The plaza is eerily quite. The bright colors and noises are gone. No one is shouting at passerby about the Federal Reserve [...]
NO FAITH IN BP DRILLING The federal government recently awarded BP its first deepwater drilling permit in the Gulf of Mexico since the Deepwater Horizon accident. After killing 11 men and polluting [...]
by Chuck Shepherd
Saddam Hussein Back in the News: (1) Mohamed Bishr, an Egyptian man bearing a remarkable resemblance to the late Iraqi dictator, claimed in October that he had been briefly [...]
By Kate Peterson
Bands normally travel in a van of some sort, packed with equipment. Or they travel by plane or car, also known as the easy way.
When Ben Sollee and his crew travel around from [...]
Don't miss your chance to see the one and only Ted Leo, Nov. 3 at The Handlebar. The show is supposed to start at 8 p.m., but we suggest you get there early—it's not like indie-rock icons [...]