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How to Kill the Monster that Eats Children

How to Kill the Monster that Eats Children

Shutting Down Prison Pipeline By Jeremy Morrison A local woman recently found out her son had bought a dirt bike. Then she found out he’d been arrested. “I didn’t even know you [...]

Winners & Losers 1/24/13

Winners & Losers 1/24/13

WINNERS Malcolm Thomas The Escambia County Superintendent Malcolm Thomas has proposed school marshals as a part of a comprehensive plan to make the public schools safer. The marshals will be [...]

Outtakes 1/24/13

Outtakes 1/24/13

Busting The Prodigal Myth By Rick Outzen Over the years, the Independent News has written about the talent drain as young people leave the area for better paying jobs and more [...]

Buzz: Plenty Fish?

Buzz: Plenty Fish?

By Jeremy Morrison With state and federal officials currently hashing out this season’s red snapper regulations, the Escambia County Commission weighed in this month and passed a resolution in [...]

Staff Pick: Baribeau Brings it Back

Staff Pick: Baribeau Brings it Back

By Hana Frenette Paul Baribeau is making his return to Pensacola. He’s played here dozens of times over the years and people can’t seem to get enough of his folk punk songs and endearingly [...]

Staff Pick: Gallery Night is Back!

Staff Pick: Gallery Night is Back!

By Jennie McKeon Here is the list of official participants for the January 25 Gallery Night. 1. Adonna’s Bakery and Café, 114 S. Palafox Pl 2. Artel Gallery, 223 S. Palafox Pl 3. Belle [...]

Staff Pick: Freelance Whales Brings Folksy Fun to Vinyl

Staff Pick: Freelance Whales Brings Folksy Fun to Vinyl

By Sarah McCartan Freelance Whales is bringing folksy fun for all ages to Vinyl Music Hall, during the latter portion of tomorrow night’s Gallery Night. The group began their whale of a [...]

Not So Candid Cameras

Not So Candid Cameras

Running Red Lights Gets Expensive By Jennie McKeon Running a red light isn’t always a victimless crime. Car crashes occur. Sometimes people die. The death of a South Florida husband [...]

Zach Deputy at the Handlebar

Zach Deputy at the Handlebar

By Hana Frenette Zach Deputy, often described by others as an “amazing one-man dance band,” is an eclectic mix of variations. At times he’s building a solid dance rhythm with just [...]

Staff Pick: The Barber of Seville

Staff Pick: The Barber of Seville

By Jennie McKeon Opening this weekend is Rossini’s classic, comedic opera, “The Barber of Seville.” The story follows a love-struck Count Almaviva try to woo the charming Rosina away from [...]

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