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IN Picks 11/25

IN Picks 11/25

While we celebrate America’s history this weekend, check out “Pilgrimage,” a new book of photographs taken by the one and only Annie Leibovitz.  Some of the images come from around the world, [...]

The Buzz 11/24/11

The Buzz 11/24/11

BP STICKS AROUND The man at the local BP claim’s facility couldn’t speculate about the decision to keep the doors open. He could only provide a freshly printed flyer with the new hours of [...]

My Pensacola—Chad  Stacy

My Pensacola—Chad Stacy

Chad  Stacy Day Job: Financial Advisor with Rodney Rich and Company Pensacola Resident Since: 2006 My Pensacola goes from Cordova to Downtown, out to Gulf Breeze and Pensacola Beach. Good [...]

Three Hots, a Cot and Local Job Creation

Three Hots, a Cot and Local Job Creation

By Kate Peterson Traditionally the phrase, three hots and a cot is reserved for describing the basic provided while you are in jail. The current black and white portraiture exhibit at Pensacola [...]

From IN Writer to Published Author

From IN Writer to Published Author

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 [...]

Fostering the People

Fostering the People

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 [...]

Ills of the Spill

Ills of the Spill

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 [...]

Happenings 11/17/11

Happenings 11/17/11

THURSDAY 11.17.11 ‘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’ [...]

Students Receive $300K Suicide Grant, Plan Annual Walk

Students Receive $300K Suicide Grant, Plan Annual Walk

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, [...]

Food News

Food News

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 [...]

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