Sunday September 14th 2014
The fall TV season has begun and the media, paparazzi and bored division of the IN media and entertainment empire was mailed, in a brown envelope, this list of shows that didn’t make the schedule, [...]
VOICE FOR CHANGE A lion passed away on Sept. 15, not with a roar, but quietly in a hospital bed days after suffering a stroke. And when Leroy Boyd breathed his last breath that hot, humid morning, [...]
PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGIST JOINS STAFF OF SACRED HEART CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL Dr. Frederick Steinberg, a board-certified pediatric radiologist with Pensacola Radiology Consultants, recently joined the [...]
GENIUS LOCI LECTURE WITH SKYLAR FEIN 5 p.m. UWF Department of Art and The Art Gallery presents New Orleans-based artist Skylar Fein as part of the 2010 Genius Loci Visiting Artist [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
The Miami Herald Reports that a Miami Appeals Court has ruled that the band on gay adoption in Florida is unconstitutional.