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Pensacola Festival Season Kicks Off

Pensacola Festival Season Kicks Off

This Weekend’s Seafood Festival Won’t Be Hampered by Gulf Oil Spill By Bradley “Beej” Davis, Jr. Locals joke that there are only two seasons in Pensacola: summer and not summer. Aside [...]

Health Profile: Santa Rosa Counseling Center

Health Profile: Santa Rosa Counseling Center

This month, IN sits down with Alesia and Melissa Willis of the Santa Rosa Counseling Center in Milton. Alesia opened the center in 2007 with a “focus on helping individuals, couples, and families [...]

H&W Calendar: Sept. 2010

H&W Calendar: Sept. 2010

9.25 PENSACOLA SEAFOOD FESTIVAL 5K The annual Pensacola Seafood Festival 5k run will be held Saturday, Sept. 25 at Seville Square. The race starts at 7:30 a.m. and has a course that loops through [...]

Buzz 9.23

Buzz 9.23

Board Approves New Administrator The Escambia County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved Randy Oliver as the new County Administrator on Sept. 17. Oliver, who has more than 20 years of [...]

Community Outreach: Pensacola’s “10/10/10 Global Work Party”

Community Outreach: Pensacola’s “10/10/10 Global Work Party”

On Oct. 10, people across the planet will join the 10/10/10 Global Work Party, the world’s largest day of practical action to fight the climate crisis. Organizers in Pensacola expect as many as 300 [...]

News: Gay Adoption Ban Ended

News: Gay Adoption Ban Ended

The Miami Herald Reports that a Miami Appeals Court has ruled that the band on gay adoption in Florida is unconstitutional. Article

Stay Local: “You Play, We’ll Pay” Extended Through Oct. 15

Stay Local: “You Play, We’ll Pay” Extended Through Oct. 15

Perdido Key is extending its "You Play, We'll Pay" program to reward travelers with $100 American Express gift cards for every night booked on the beach through Oct. 15. The program, originally [...]

Film: Legend of the Guardians

Film: Legend of the Guardians

Not your typical happy-go-lucky animated kids' film, Legend of the Guardians offers some serious subject matter amidst stellar animation. "The foreboding and weighty aspect of the film stands in [...]

News: Stimulus Gives ECAT New Buses

News: Stimulus Gives ECAT New Buses

ECAT looks to a greener year ahead with the arrival of 10 new Gillig buses, all which are designed to promote a cleaner environment.  These will replace 1992 and 1996 models in the current ECAT [...]

Stay Local: Upcoming Events at Pizzaz

Stay Local: Upcoming Events at Pizzaz

Mark your calendars—Pizzaz has two in-store events planned for November: Nov. 4—A Vietri founder will be at the store to sign pieces Nov. 12—“Elf on the Shelf” author will be at the [...]

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