Wednesday February 10th 2016
by Hana Frenette
If it’s being played on a jukebox, out of some loud speakers, or at karaoke you’re going to want to plug your ears in anticipation of the inevitable squeals of excitement and [...]
by Hana Frenette
She’s recorded numerous country hits, dated Elvis and been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Recently, 73-year-old first lady of rockabilly Wanda Jackson took some [...]
No one invited him to the party. And he’s none too happy about it.
“That’s another example of why I’m leaving the TDC,” said Pensacola City Councilman Larry Johnson.
The Tourist [...]
Are you on Twitter? You should be.
And you should follow InatDeLunaFest—that's the IN's new twitter page, devoted exclusively to all things DeLuna, all weekend long. We've got reporters all [...]
Larry B. Johnson’s days on the Tourist Development Council are numbered. He’s planning to walk away halfway through his term.
“I’ve just decided my energies would be better spent somewhere [...]
Our new friends from BEST DAMN PhotoBooth were on hand last night at the Fish House to help celebrate Best of the Coast and they just happened to bring their talented photographers.
Check out [...]
A team of Gulf Coast congressmen announced Wednesday that they are introducing a bill which aims to keep a majority of the fines collected following last year’s oil spill in the region.
The bill [...]
Following a year of public input, the Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Task Force has issued a preliminary report and a call for further public input.
The task force was charged with returning a [...]
IN STAFF PICKS ITS FAVORITES
By IN Staff
Everybody always asks us if Best of the Coast is rigged by the IN staff. And we always laugh.
Because if that was true, all of our favorite places [...]
Independent News readers are Pensacola’s influentials. You know the best places to shop, dine and have fun. You make or break political careers, support worthwhile charitable events and make things [...]
INNISFREE ADOPTS CHARTER SCHOOL
By Jeremy Morrison
Students sat in their red shirts. They weren’t quite sure what they were waiting for.
“I don’t think they really, really get it,” [...]