Thursday December 8th 2016
By Jennie McKeon
The Pensacola Shakespeare Company—or PenShakes—is at an exciting crossroads as Sam Osheroff said.
“We have big plans,” said Osheroff, who is taking over as the new [...]
What’s Your Malfunction, City Hall?
By Jeremy Morrison
There’s a rift at Pensacola City Hall. It’s a contentious chasm that has suffered from both nurture and neglect.
“Clearly, there [...]
Blaming Isn’t a Solution
By Rick Outzen
After the funeral of Matthew Cox, who was shot outside his mother’s Montclair home, I met with Lumon May, who had coached the teen in the Southern [...]
IN’s annual Best of the Coast voting is coming to close really soon, so if you want to have your voice heard on important stuff—like Best Bar and Best Restaurant—you better get on [...]
TRAYVON MARTIN’S ATTORNEY The attorney representing the Trayvon Martin family recently spoke at a day-long crime prevention seminar entitled “Bridging the Gap.” The Escambia County Sheriff’s [...]
By Kate Peterson
Raw Panda Records, is just a bunch of dudes—with a bunch of talent. They are a homegrown recording company, producing high quality results by recording in homes, recording [...]
Bro-Code: 10 Rules for Small Town Dating
by Edwin Banacia
The other day, I tried to break down the infamous “bro-code” to one of my friends. You see, being a single guy in Pensacola is tough, [...]
Online Content Editor at Footbridge Media, pizza waitress extraordinaire
Pensacola resident since 2005
Good Eats: As a weekend pizza slinger, I have to shout out one of the most [...]
Sacred Heart Health System and Ascension Health have announced the appointment of Susan Davis as the President and CEO of Sacred Heart Health System, that includes hospitals in [...]
by Chuck Shepherd
This Will Hurt for Only a Second Fern Cooper, 65, and 13 other cataract-surgery patients arrived at Ontario’s Oakville Trafalgar Hospital on June 25 to learn that they would [...]