Thursday September 29th 2016
Getting Out The Vote
Local Campaign Volunteers On Why This November Matters
By Shelby Smithey
Behind every campaign is a group of people who fully dedicate themselves to their party and candidate. Whether staunchly Republican or Democrat, these people push the campaign forward and make ...
Keeping With Tradition
By Jennifer Leigh
The mission of the Russian Grand Ballet is to celebrate the traditions of classical ballet, said Artistic Director, Constantine Pinchuk.
So it's no surprise that the touring company will be performing the timeless "Swan Lake" as they stop in ...
A Seat at the Table
By Eurydice Stanley
When asked if he participated in the sit-ins that desegregated Pensacola, 91-year-old Civil Rights Activist Howard King responded simply, "While they were at the counter, we were at the table."
His statement reflects the symbiotic relationship of successful grassroots ...
Veterans Tell Their VA Stories
By Rick Outzen
In mid-September, Concerned Veterans for America (CVA) launched a new platform, MyVAstory.org, for military veterans to share their experiences with the Department of Veterans Affairs. Since then, hundreds of veterans have posted their stories to the website.
"We want ...
By Hana Frenette
More than 10 years ago, Scott Novota started making and selling collectible, hand-blown glass pumpkins in his back yard. They ranged in size, color and complexity, but each one had the special seal of approval from Novota, his ...
McGuire's Irish Pub
Live entertainment, contests and activities all day and all night. Live music including Rich McDuff, Dun Aengus and the McGuire's Pipe Band. There will be a pub crawl every two [...]
Ever’man Grapples with Future and Philosophy
By Jeremy Morrison
There may be a crisis at the co-op. Just beyond the organic bubble gum and free-range tofu is a schism that question’s [...]
by Chuck Shepherd
In Northern Vietnam, Much Rides on a Man’s Phallic Aim An annual spring fertility festival in Vietnam’s Phu Tho province is capped by a symbolic X-rated ceremony rendered [...]
By Jennie McKeon
Gardening can be relaxing, result in healthy eating habits and it can even be a bit of a work-out. Whatever your motive may be, you can create your own green-thumb haven in one of [...]
Moving Towards Sustainability
By Rick Outzen
The Pensacola area has struggled with being green. Our community is known for its parks, running clubs and beautiful bays, beaches and rivers, but has [...]
THE PENSION PROBLEM During one of Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward’s recent public input sessions, the subject of pensions arose. City officials seemed to tense up. It’s an uncomfortable topic of [...]
At the IN, we don’t ever follow the rules. The pro-environment issues are supposed to be published in April near the Earth Day celebrations. The hell with that! Our Green Matters! issue, for the [...]
Local Company Engages Community in Beekeeping
By Jeremy Morrison
The breeze drifting across Thomas Van Horn’s front porch is idyllic. It’s soft and easy and gently sways the flowers blooming [...]
AN EXAMPLE FOR OTHERS They rolled her wheelchair into my office. Her left arm and leg were lost in a train accident 26 years ago. Her eyes were piercing, her smile warm. She lives by the [...]
To get garden inspiration, head to Open Books for their screening of “The Garden: Transforming Urban Blight into Eden,” on March 20 at 7 p.m. The film is about a group of farmers in South Central [...]
LEADERSHIP PENSACOLA 2012 The LeaP class’s community service project is Operation HOPE (Honoring Our Protectors’ Efforts). The class will remodel the USO facilities at the Pensacola [...]