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Winners & Losers 1/21/16

Winners & Losers 1/21/16

Winners Ashton Hayward In November, the Pensacola mayor issued a press release announcing his support of Governor Rick Scott’s proposal to create a new $250 million Florida Enterprise Fund. [...]

Chew On It

Chew On It

By Shelby Smithey An experimental trio out of Atlanta will be playing Sluggo’s next Friday, and Inweekly caught up with Brett Reagan, one-third of CHEW to talk about David Bowie and how ‘90s [...]

News of the Weird 1/21/16

News of the Weird 1/21/16

By Chuck Shepherd Streaming News The "public art" statues unveiled in January by Fort Myers, Florida, Mayor Randy Henderson included a metal structure by sculptor Edugardo Carmona of a man walking [...]

Calendar 1/21/16

Calendar 1/21/16

THURSDAY 1.21 WINE TASTING AT AWM 5 p.m. Try something new every week at Aragon Wine Market’s regular wine tasting, only a few blocks from downtown. Aragon Wine Market, 27 S. 9th [...]

The Buzz 1/21/16

The Buzz 1/21/16

City Project Updates At the end of the five-hour Pensacola City Council meeting on Thursday, Jan. 14, City Administrator Eric Olson gave his update on city operations. The mayor’s recommendation [...]

Anti-Corruption Bill Still Alive

Anti-Corruption Bill Still Alive

By Rick Outzen The first week of 2016 Legislative Session was a roller coaster ride for those wanting to fight government corruption in the state of Florida. Fortunately the USA network of Florida [...]

Outtakes—Conversation Starter

Outtakes—Conversation Starter

On Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Quint and Rishy Studer announced their “Be the Bulb Challenge” to provide $50,000 for the best proposals to improve Escambia County’s kindergarten readiness [...]

Outtakes—Missed Chance

Outtakes—Missed Chance

The Florida Senate isn’t interested in fighting public corruption. Bribery and bid-tampering aren’t as big a problem for the members of the Senate Ethics and Governmental Oversight Committee as [...]

News of the Weird 1/14/16

News of the Weird 1/14/16

By Chuck Shepherd The New Grade Inflation They are simply "'spas' designed to attract teenagers," according to one university official—plush, state-of-the-art "training" complexes built by [...]

The Blues Photograph Blues

The Blues Photograph Blues

By Rick Outzen Blues scholars have come forward to challenge a reported photo of Mississippi Blues legend Robert Johnson (Inweekly, “Finding Pensacola’s Blues Past,” Jan. 2). “Your [...]

The Buzz 1/14/16

The Buzz 1/14/16

Graduation Rates Soar On Jan. 12, the Florida Department of Education released the graduation statistics for the 2014-15 school year. Escambia County’s graduate percentage jumped from 66.1 percent [...]

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