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Park Problems

Park Problems

Locals Endeavor to Have City Parks Maintained by Jessica Forbes Pensacola residents have always been proud of their parks and recreation facilities. However, there are indications that the city [...]

It’s Pet Photo Booth Time!

It’s Pet Photo Booth Time!

Well, almost. The IN is teaming up with Limelight Photobooth and The Spotted Dog to bring together an owner and pooch (or cat or bird or lizard...) photo op next Saturday. Don't have a pet? That's ok [...]

Happenings 8/22/13

Happenings 8/22/13

THURSDAY 8.22 RUNNING: SIX AT SIX 6 a.m. Running Wild, 3012 E Cervantes St. 435-9222 or werunwild.com. VIVA FLORIDA 500  ‘ARTIFACTS’ 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. The exhibition celebrates 500 years of [...]

Outtakes 8/22/13

Outtakes 8/22/13

THE ENDLESS LOOP We are caught in an endless loop here—a loop that somehow we must figure out how to break. No matter how much things appear to change, the same issues remain. This newspaper has [...]

When Buzz Rings True

When Buzz Rings True

by Brett Hutchins It takes most bands years to gain traction with the public. This is not the case for Fitz & the Tantrums. Within a week of meeting, they were playing their first gig. By [...]

Ears & Fingers 8/22/13

Ears & Fingers 8/22/13

by Jason Leger Superchunk – ‘I Hate Music’ “I hate music. What is it worth? Can’t bring anyone back to this earth or fill in the space between all of the notes. But I’ve got nothing [...]

Winners & Losers 8/22/13

Winners & Losers 8/22/13

WINNERS Kim LeDuff The University of West Florida has hired Dr. Kim LeDuff as the university’s new Chief Diversity Officer. As Associate Vice Provost for Equity, Diversity and International [...]

Last Call For Pets!

Last Call For Pets!

The IN is putting together our second annual Pet Issue and we'd love to include some of your beloved pets. If you think your dog or cat or fish (or whatever else you may own and call a "pet") is [...]

Calming the Chamber Storm

Calming the Chamber Storm

Maygarden steps in to restore public trust By Paul F. South As a young sailor in Vietnam, Jerry Maygarden survived the muddied, bloodied waters of the Mekong Delta. Later, as mayor of Pensacola [...]

Outtakes 8/15/13

Outtakes 8/15/13

NOT SO FAST On August 5, BP requested in federal court in New Orleans that the judge suspend any settlement payments for claims resulting from the Deepwater Horizon explosion that spewed 210 million [...]

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