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Winners & Losers 4/9/15

Winners & Losers 4/9/15

WINNERS Edward Westmark One of the founding physicians of The Children’s Hospital at Sacred Heart has retired from medicine after 52 years of service. Along with Dr. Reed Bell and Dr. John [...]

Outtakes—The Big Excuse

Outtakes—The Big Excuse

Whenever anyone is asked about the causes of problems facing this community, there is one reply I hear most often. The Florida Office of Early Learning says on average 33 percent of Escambia [...]

News of the Weird 4/9/15

News of the Weird 4/9/15

By Chuck Shepherd Wait, What? An unarmed man, suspected of no crime, who three years ago was shot 16 times by police while lying in his bed, told a Seattle Times reporter in March that he bears no [...]

Ears & Fingers 4/9/15

Ears & Fingers 4/9/15

By Jason Leger Retrospect: Wilco-A.M. A lot can happen in 20 years. Twenty years ago, Timothy McVeigh detonated a truck bomb in Oklahoma City. Twenty years ago, O.J. Simpson was found not guilty [...]

The Buzz 4/9/15

The Buzz 4/9/15

CBRE Silence The national real estate services company with the exclusive listing agreement with the City of Pensacola for the Community Maritime Park says its infamous Request for Proposal, which [...]

Wine & Jazz

Wine & Jazz

By Emily Richey Pensacola is celebrating spring this weekend with two festivals—Pensacola JazzFest and Bayfront Wine Festival. Start the weekend at the 32nd Annual Pensacola JazzFest, a free [...]

Calendar 4/9/15

Calendar 4/9/15

THURSDAY 4.9 WINE TASTING AT AWM 5 p.m. Try something new every week at Aragon Wine Market’s regular wine tasting, only a few blocks from downtown. Aragon Wine Market, 27 S. 9th Ave. [...]

Batter Up


Batter Up


By Ben Sheffler New food. New partners. New parking lot. New manager. These are some of the additions to the Blue Wahoos organization for the 2015 season. "One of the things we want to do [...]

Grade Fixing Allegations Investigated

Grade Fixing Allegations Investigated

By Rick Outzen Newpoint High, one of Escambia County’s high-performing charter schools, has been accused of fixing grades. According to documents received by Inweekly, the school district was [...]

Coming Back Stronger

Coming Back Stronger

By Jennifer Leigh Scott and Molli Novota are asking the community to help bring back the Strong Street Studio. Last year glass-blowing artist Scott and his wife, Molli, moved their East Hill [...]

Singin’ in the Saenger

Singin’ in the Saenger

By Jennifer Leigh The “Grand Dame of Palafox” is turning 90 and you’re invited to the birthday party. Since opening in 1925, the Saenger Theatre has been home to countless [...]

2015 Power List

2015 Power List

Inweekly readers love lists. The Power List is one that has attracted attention the first time we published it in June 2007. Created on an Atlas Oyster House cocktail napkin, the first Power List [...]

tUnE-yArDs’ Spring Revival


tUnE-yArDs’ Spring Revival


By Dylan Carroll Merrill Garbus wants you to celebrate. She has spent the past six years as orchestrator of the band tUnE-yArDs. Their sound is an unforgiving blend of primal rhythm and soul, [...]

Ears & Fingers 4/2/15

Ears & Fingers 4/2/15

By Jason Leger Death Cab for Cutie—Kintsugi Death Cab for Cutie are 18 years into their career as a band. Ben Gibbard, the principal songwriter, face and voice of the band went through a [...]

Winners & Losers 4/2/15

Winners & Losers 4/2/15

Winners Judy Bense The University of West Florida Board of Trustees voted to keep Dr. Judith Bense as the President of the University of West Florida until Dec. 31, 2016. The extended term [...]

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