Wednesday September 17th 2014
By Jessica Forbes
Though it’s no easy feat, over the last several years Honey Island Swamp Band (HISB) has risen amongst the musical ranks in New Orleans to become favorites both in the Big Easy [...]
Dr. Maureen McKenna, president of the Democratic Women’s Club of Florida announced recently that Krumel, president of the local chapter, is a recipient of the Democratic [...]
By Jennifer Leigh
It’s been seven years since Richard Steinert first became the artistic director of Ballet Pensacola.
With the help of his wife, ballet mistress Christine Duhon, talented [...]
Mayoral Omission The latest figures show the city’s new food concessions vendor at the Pensacola International Airport had lower sales revenue in the second quarter of 2014 than its predecessor for [...]
Last week, Gannett Company, owner of the Pensacola News Journal, announced its latest contribution to journalism, the “Newsroom of the Future.” Its newspaper reporting will be driven by digital [...]
When you want to treat your pup to a mini adventure without the risk of getting in trouble, look to the local dog parks—and even beaches—for some fun, games and even socializing.
City of [...]
Quality of Life Still Upward On Aug. 5, the Pensacola Young Professionals released the sixth annual Quality of Life survey. It showed little significant change from last year’s poll, though the [...]
People that tell you being a pet owner is the perfect way to prepare you for having kids are lying. Sure, it has similarities—like it requires a decent level of responsibility and [...]
By Jennifer Leigh
Just like you might go through CPR and first-aid training to take care of your babies, you can also become certified in pet first-aid to take care of your furbabies.
This week marks a milestone for Inweekly—our first ever issue with multiple covers. We just couldn’t pick between a dog and cat this year, so we decided to have both.
So here it is, in all it's [...]