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Escambia County Drug Overdoses on the Rise

Escambia County Drug Overdoses on the Rise

By Duwayne Escobedo Prescription drug abuse is on the rise again in Escambia County despite efforts by Attorney General Pam Bondi and law enforcement, according to a report by the Florida Medical [...]

Gaetz’s Final Session

Gaetz’s Final Session

By Rick Outzen Since 2007, State Senator Don Gaetz (R-Niceville) has sat down with Inweekly every December to discuss the upcoming legislative session. He has gone from rising star to Senate [...]

Steppin’ Out

Steppin’ Out

By Jennifer Leigh This year, the Capitol Steps have a lot to be grateful for. Not only has it been a year of presidential candidates, but also a year of characters. “We thought it [...]

Duncan Stewart: Artist and Mentor Remembered

Duncan Stewart: Artist and Mentor Remembered

By Shelby Smithey As a respected artist and teacher, Duncan Stewart had a profound influence on countless students and served as a mentor to several artists in Pensacola. Stewart passed away in [...]

Outtakes—Rethink Education

Outtakes—Rethink Education

By Rick Outzen The Escambia County School District is failing its African-American students. Focusing on improving assessment tests scores and busing black students out of their neighborhoods to [...]

News of the Weird 1/7/16

News of the Weird 1/7/16

By Chuck Shepherd Hard Times for Science A tractor-trailer driver with a load of bottled water tried to make it over a historic bridge in Paoli, Indiana, on Christmas Day, with the obvious outcome [...]

Ears & Fingers 1/7/16

Ears & Fingers 1/7/16

The Most Anticipated Albums of 2016 •M83- TBA Word broke the week before Christmas that Anthony Gonzalez was finished with the follow up to 2011’s “Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming. It’s been [...]

Calendar 1/7/16

Calendar 1/7/16

THURSDAY 1.7 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 [...]

Downtown Housing: Reality or Pipedream?

Downtown Housing: Reality or Pipedream?

By Rick Outzen “The density of residential housing downtown—perhaps more than any other factor—spurs the development of a vibrant, safe, and healthy city.” —URAC Final Report, [...]

The Buzz 1/7/16

The Buzz 1/7/16

Begging EPA The Wedgewood/Rolling Hills/Olive Heights Homeowners Association has written the Environmental Protection Agency for help.  Recent soil reports indicate the Lewis Powell ballparks near [...]

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