Wednesday March 22nd 2017
In an effort to help readers better familiarize themselves with local candidates on the November ballot, the IN sent surveys to the political hopefuls. The candidates were asked about issues [...]
A free press is a cornerstone of our American democracy—a press that can analyze and critique government officials, political parties and candidates without fear of arrest or imprisonment. Without [...]
by Chuck Shepherd
Caught on Video: Christ’s Return “Coming Up Next! The Resurrection! Live!”: “If the Messiah descends from the Mount of Olives as foretold in the Bible,” wrote the Los [...]
By Shelby Smithey
Cirque du Soleil has been dazzling its audiences since the ‘80s with colorful characters, gravity- defying stunts and acrobatics. Take advantage of what will be the last tour [...]
Pensacola’s Campaign Trail
Pensacola has gotten its share of stump speeches as the November election nears. They range from small, folksy gatherings to mega-blowout super parties.
On Oct. 22 [...]
‘PENSACOLA STATE ART FACULTY EXHIBITION’ 7 a.m. through Dec 14. Anna Lamar Switzer Center for Visual Arts, Bldg. 15, Pensacola State College, 1000 College Blvd. 484-2550 or [...]
Chris Borgia, NPA
Bill Gaylor, NPA
Connie Mack, Rep
Bill Nelson (I), Dem
The sad truth is that the Republican U.S. Senators have shown little love for Northwest [...]
Florida’s Senate Race
By Jeremy Morrison
Sen. Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) is defending his U.S. Senate seat this year against Rep. Connie Mack, IV (R-Fla.). The two have been hustled onto a stage [...]
ELECTION EXTORTION Four years ago, companies were banned from telling their employees how to vote. Today they can, thanks to the U.S. Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision in 2010.
By Jennie McKeon
Since 1981 the Pensacola Saenger Theatre has brought Broadway shows to downtown Pensacola, adding to the community’s theatre culture.
“We partner with Jam Theatricals to [...]