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When A Bully Ain’t ‘Too Tough’

When A Bully Ain’t ‘Too Tough’

By Francis Dean Alicia Bognanno is quick to admit she was never any good in school. Despite the alleged poor spelling and lack of motivation, she churns out endearing, nostalgic, honest lyrics as [...]

Completing the Trifecta

Completing the Trifecta

By Jennifer Leigh After years of trying to find her footing in the art world, Julie McGrath is forging her own path. As an undergrad at the University of Massachusetts Boston, McGrath struggled [...]

You Get What You Give

You Get What You Give

By Francis Dean Few things say ‘thank you’ like the gift of fresh muskrat meat. GIVERS, a five-piece indie pop band from Lafayette, Louisiana, have been hard at work promoting their [...]

News of the Weird 5/19/16

News of the Weird 5/19/16

By Chuck Shepherd Medical Milestone Researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign announced they had recently (a first, they claimed) transmitted high-speed digital data through [...]

“He was loyal to this city”

“He was loyal to this city”

John Sunday and the significance of his home By C. Scott Satterwhite “I often like to ride my bike around town, and I was attracted to that property,” said John Ellis, a Pensacola Realtor. [...]

The Buzz 5/12/16

The Buzz 5/12/16

Levin honored The National Trial Lawyers recently named Fredric G. Levin its Trial Lawyer of the Year. The 79-year-old Pensacola attorney was presented the award at the 2016 Trial Lawyer Hall of Fame [...]

A New Day for Children’s Healthcare

A New Day for Children’s Healthcare

By Rick Outzen On May 3, Sacred Heart broke ground on its regional children’s hospital and announced the facility will be named for the Studer family. David Sansing, chair of the board of [...]

Outtakes—Put Away The Legos

Outtakes—Put Away The Legos

By Rick Outzen Running a municipality is not easy. As much as some want it to be like playing with a Lego play set where you can arrange the multi-colored pieces in whatever order you like, it’s [...]

The Evolution of PRECUBED

The Evolution of PRECUBED

By Shelby Smithey With a brand new self-titled EP out and an upcoming show at Sluggo’s, local musician Aaron Finlay has been plenty busy with his solo project PRECUBED. Finlay has played in [...]

Winners & Losers 5/12/16

Winners & Losers 5/12/16

The Winners & Losers division of the Inweekly media and entertainment empire took the week off in anticipation of the upcoming Hangout Fest. They left a scribbled note listing only winners. The [...]

News of the Weird 5/12/16

By Chuck Shepherd Google Sees the Future Google filed a U.S. Patent Office application on April 28 for a vision-improvement device in liquid form that, once inserted (i.e., injected directly into [...]

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