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Must Have Job Skills

Must Have Job Skills

By Rick Outzen Dr. Rick Harper believes that the nation needs a measure to help address poverty and household income inequality, but he doesn’t think that raising the minimum wage to $15 per [...]

The Artist Revealed

The Artist Revealed

By Jennifer Leigh Thanks to smart phones, as a culture, we’re pretty accustomed to looking at people’s faces. But even before technology, portraits have been captured through various [...]

“They Were Our Fathers”

“They Were Our Fathers”

Local documentarian explores the legacy and cost of the Vietnam War By C. S. Satterwhite Walking up to Wall South at Admiral Mason Park, the smallest statue is of a little child with a sad look [...]

Calendar 6/16/16

Calendar 6/16/16

THURSDAY 6.16 WORK ON FLORIDA TRAIL 8 a.m. Regular meet up of Western Gate Florida Trail Association to work on National Scenic Trail and side trail. Meet at Blackwater River Forestry Center, 11650 [...]

Winners & Losers 6/16/16

Winners & Losers 6/16/16

Winners Elizabeth Jones The University of West Florida engineering student and Marine Corps veteran is one of only eight students in the United States to receive the Google Student Veterans of [...]

Local PRIDE

Local PRIDE

By Shelby Smithey Not to be confused with the LGBT celebration during Memorial Day Weekend, PensacolaPRIDE is a weeklong event starting June 11 that celebrates local LGBT culture and brings the [...]

From Journalist to Advocate

From Journalist to Advocate

By Jennifer Leigh Lawayne Childrey had more to overcome than growing up a gay, black man in south during the Civil Rights era. As a child growing up in Birmingham, Alabama, his dream was to [...]

City Hall: Culture of Intimidation?

City Hall: Culture of Intimidation?

By Rick Outzen Over the Memorial Day weekend, Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward fired off a memo challenging comments by City Council President Charles Bare, Councilwoman Sherri Myers and Councilman [...]

The Buzz 6/9/16

The Buzz 6/9/16

Specht for Congress Steven Specht, Democratic candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives, District 1, sat down with publisher Rick Outzen on News Talk 1370 WCOA’s “Pensacola Speaks” to [...]

Outtakes—The Blues Are Ours

Outtakes—The Blues Are Ours

By Rick Outzen When word came that a Blue Angel had crashed in Smyrna, Tenn., a chill came over Pensacola. As news came that Marine pilot Jeff Kuss had died, tears flowed and prayers were [...]

When Muhammad Ali Tried to Heal Pensacola

When Muhammad Ali Tried to Heal Pensacola

By Rick Outzen In 1996, Muhammad Ali, three-time boxing heavyweight champion, set out on an mission to bring together people of different races and religions. Coming off his lighting of the [...]

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