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A New Year, A New You

A New Year, A New You

Featured Service Providers Acupuncture Bonnie McLean, O.M.D 107 Baybridge Drive, Gulf Breeze, 932-1778, spiritgatemedicine.com Bonnie McLean, O.M.D. has been in the health field for over 40 [...]

New Year’s Resolution Season is Here

New Year’s Resolution Season is Here

Local experts make 2011 goals attainable IN knows New Year’s Resolutions are hard to keep. Heck, we’ve had the same one—get rich quick—for 11 years and counting. However, you’re not [...]

Countdown to 2011

Countdown to 2011

The Best Places to Ring in the New Year in Pensacola by Jennie McKeon Whether you need a crowded bar to find a stranger to kiss at midnight, or you want to indulge in a four-course dinner, [...]

Hot Times 12.23.10

Hot Times 12.23.10

THURSDAY 12.23 CAROLS IN OLDE SEVILLE 6-9 p.m. Performers include Episcopal Day School Choir, Workman Middle School Chorus, Greater Little Rock Baptist Church, Bells and Beaus Senior Singing Group, [...]

Same Time, Same Place: Bar Games

Same Time, Same Place: Bar Games

Monday: Millers Ale House-Bar Bingo 9:30 p.m. weekly. Miller’s Ale House, 5906 N. Davis Highway. 505-2670 or millersalehouse.com. Sandshaker Lounge 7:30 p.m. Texas Hold’Em 4 Fun. 731 Pensacola [...]

2010 Year In Review

2010 Year In Review

The IN Delivers Again By Rick Outzen 2010 will go down as a banner year for the Independent News. We won national recognition for coverage of the BP crisis and did more investigative reporting [...]

The Last Word—Jared Granger

The Last Word—Jared Granger

Jared Granger Graphic Designer for idgroup, Consulting & Creative What is your chief characteristic? Passion What do you appreciate most about your friends? The understanding that life [...]

Winners & Losers 12.23.10

Winners & Losers 12.23.10

Winners ASHTON HAYWARD The novice candidate upset incumbent Mike Wiggins to become Pensacola’s first strong mayor with bright ideas, a big campaign war chest and a wide base of support from all [...]

News of the Weird

News of the Weird

By Chuck Sheppard The Cabral Chrysler dealership in Manteca, Calif., was so desperate for a sale in October that one of its employees picked up potential customer Donald Davis, 67, at his nursing [...]

Coffee Talk

Coffee Talk

A Guide to Navigating the Grounds of Pensacola By Hana Frenette Finding the perfect cup of coffee can be a troublesome task.  You’ll encounter the overly bitter, the watered down, and the [...]

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