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Zulu Wave Crashes into Town

Zulu Wave Crashes into Town

By Sarah McCartan Mike Barrow grew up in Zimbabwe. Then he found himself coming to the states—to make music. “Growing up in Zimbabwe had a large effect on my life and my music,” said [...]

The Ripple Effect

The Ripple Effect

Lobbying for Florida’s Special Needs Students By Paul F. South Pat Young believes that like a pebble in a pond, certain incidents in life—even the tragedies—can have far-reaching effects [...]

Buzz 8.01.13

Buzz 8.01.13

By IN Staff Troubled Counsel at UWF The Florida Bar has opened an investigation into Lee Gore, who runs the University of West Florida Office of the General Counsel, after receiving a complaint [...]

Outtakes: Investigate

Outtakes: Investigate

By Rick Outzen Investigate State Attorney Bill Eddins released on July 2 a report on how two of Mayor Ashton Hayward’s top staff members illegally hid the city’s new logo from a former [...]

Ears & Fingers 7.25.13

Ears & Fingers 7.25.13

By Jason Leger On the Horizon: - LP #4 Last week, a fan took to Twitter to proclaim his love for Canadian band Arcade Fire, and the response he got was more than expected. His tweet was short [...]

Buzz 7.25.13

Buzz 7.25.13

Time to End It The discussion took over an hour and a half, but the Escambia County Commission passed a motion at its Committee of Whole meeting on July 18 that made it clear that Interim County [...]

H&W News 7.25.13

H&W News 7.25.13

Healthy Start Coalition Names New Executive Director Escambia County Healthy Start Coalition has announced the appointment of their new Executive Director, Theresa Chmiel, who brings a vast depth of [...]

Hot Times 7.25-7.31

Hot Times 7.25-7.31

By Amanda Nelson THURSDAY 7.25 HAPPENINGS HISTORIC PENSACOLA TROLLEY TOUR 10 a.m. & 2 p.m. Pensacola Visitor Center, 1401 E. Gregory St. 941-2976 or beachbumtrolley.com. MESS HALL 10 a.m. The [...]

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