Monday November 30th 2015
by MAXWELL CHASE
My grandfather told me about an old steamship called the Tarpon that made regular stops in Pensacola. What’s the story behind that?
In the early [...]
EMERALD COAST UTILITIES AUTHORITY The bids for tearing down the Main Street Treatment Plant have come in much lower than anticipated. ECUA has seven bidders that want the job, and their [...]
El Cantador Returns to The Handlebar
BY Sarah McCartan
Just a year after last summer’s release of a collaborative split EP with friends and label mates Johnny Apple-Eyes, Mobile’s El [...]
Jean-Eric Combines Pop Culture, Performance Art and Dance Parties
By Hana Frenette
What are you supposed to do at a show when the entire band is covered in body paint, wielding glitter guns and [...]
VAGABOND CORPORATIONS The mantra for Republican governors and lawmakers is “We must create jobs.” The strategy du jour is a series of tax breaks for corporations, tax cuts for businesses and [...]
The summer blockbusters are out. The Movie, Book and Web Section of the Entertainment Division of the Southeast Territory of the IN news and entertainment empire has come up with these Pensacola [...]
Instructional Designer, Intelligent Decision Systems, Inc.
What is your chief characteristic?
Ambition–If I want something, I’m going to go after it and get it.
What do you [...]
BANKS WALKS AWAY EMPTY-HANDED Although the Escambia County Commission decided to go with the original recommendation from the Tourist Development Council regarding the distribution of BP tourism [...]
By Chuck Sheppard
In Chinese legend, tea leaves picked by fairies using not their hands but just their mouths yielded brewed tea that would bring prosperity and cure diseases, and now the [...]
Pensacola’s Battle of the Beers
By Kate Peterson
Billed as the “Tallboy Tangle,” the stakes are high, and the contenders are preparing for a battle of epic proportions. Over the weekend [...]
ART CLASS AT PAINTING WITH A TWIST 6:30-8:30 p.m. Bring your favorite bottle of wine or beverage, and paint a picture step by step that you will take home. 16 years and older. [...]
Take the First Step – Join the Marrow Registry! The National Marrow Donor Program (NMDP) will participate in the 4th Annual Northwest Florida Boricuas Ausentes Latin Salsa Festival scheduled for [...]
Your Road Map to Florida’s History
By Jennie McKeon
Ever notice that huge anchor on the left when you’re on your way to Ladies Night at The Fish House? That’s Destination Archaeology. The [...]
BEING PREPARED FOR THE WORST
By IN staff
The Aughts—the nickname for the past decade—will be remembered by many in Northwest Florida as the decade of hurricanes. Over a 12-month period, four [...]