Saturday October 25th 2014
In Their Own Words
Inweekly Looks at Pensacola and Escambia County Races
By Rick Outzen
Inweekly spent three days interviewing the candidates for Escambia County Commission, Pensacola City Council and mayor of Pensacola. Each was asked the same questions in hopes of giving you a more ...
Fall Back and Get Some Sleep
By Jessica Forbes
Daylight saving time ends on Sunday, Nov. 2, marking the end of long summer days and the time to set clocks back one hour.
As most of the U.S. prepares to “fall back,” we here at the Inweekly decided ...
Give and Take
By Hana Frenette
GIVERS, an indie pop band from Lafayette, Louisiana, have spent most of their time on the road—whether it’s playing small bars and clubs around the country, performing at music festivals, or supporting the Dirty Projectors on tour. ...
Going To The Dogs
By Sarah McCartan
Every dog owner knows Saturdays aren’t for work. They’re for spending the day at play with your canine companion. Rather than lounging at home or taking a trip to the dog park this Saturday, why not strut ...
Rating system increasing quality of care and patient outcomes at Sacred Heart
By Erica House
Many people take pride in being an educated consumer. The average American spends 40 hours searching [...]
Mardi Gras Season Is In Full Swing
By Kate Peterson
Laissez Les Bon Temps Roulez—let the good times roll. Pensacola knows how to make it roll. Mardi Gras season is in full swing along the Gulf [...]
MISUSE OF SCHOOL FUNDS I am a senior at Washington High School and some recent decisions by our School Board have raised my hand. Our art teachers receive $800 annually, which comes out to be less [...]
A NIGHT TO REMEMBER: DRESS DRIVE BENEFIT This annual fundraiser benefits one local area resident who has sustained a brain and/or spinal cord injury. This year the funds raised will go toward the [...]
County Prepares For The Worst
By Rick Ouzten
Escambia County Government has run out of quick fixes for its ever-shrinking budget. Property Appraiser Chris Jones is projecting property taxes for [...]
EXPULSIONS DOWN, REALLY? The Escambia County Public School District has slowed down on its student expulsions. In January and February 2010, the District expelled 46 students. During the first two [...]
ELISE COASTAL DINING Downtown Pensacola’s newest restaurant earned a nomination as one of the best new restaurants in the country from the James Beard Foundation. The Beard Awards are [...]
‘TAGGED 2011 STUDENT ART’ RECEPTION 6-8 p.m. The University of West Florida Art Department invites the public to the Student Art Ex
‘SUMMER AND SMOKE’ 8 p.m. A play by [...]
BEHIND THE SCENES OF UNION VOTE THAT ROCKED CITY HALL
By Dustin Toney
The City of Pensacola has a new union. On Feb. 17, city workers voted to unionize with the American Federation of State, [...]
WUWF’s Gallery 88 hosts The Art of Shaughnessy Johnson
By Kate Peterson
The show is called e•mer•gen•ti•a, Medieval Latin for the verb “emergere,” meaning “bring to [...]