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A Whole New World

A Whole New World

By Jennifer Leigh The last Ballet Pensacola performance of the season is set in a faraway land. After a season of divas, artwork and a headless horseman, get ready for a version of [...]

The Spring Break Alternative

The Spring Break Alternative

By Jennifer Stewart Vanderbilt University freshman Chiedza Chauruka hammered nails into an interior portion of a Pensacola Habitat for Humanity home on Friday afternoon, March 6–the last day of [...]

News of the Weird 3/19/15

News of the Weird 3/19/15

By Chuck Shepherd Anatomy Class in Court "This will be upsetting," cautioned Justice Robert Graesser, addressing jurors in February in the Edmonton, Alberta, murder trial of Brad Barton. At issue [...]

Winners & Losers 3/12/15

Winners & Losers 3/12/15

Winners Vicky Gaetz The first bill passed by the Florida Senate this year was the Victoria Q. Gaetz Racing Greyhound Protection Act. Gaetz, a tireless advocate for dogs and other animals, is the [...]

Outtakes—Innovative Approaches Needed

Outtakes—Innovative Approaches Needed

Mayor Ashton Hayward, Pensacola City Council and Escambia Board of County Commissioners are concerned about panhandling. All have paid lip service to doing something about homelessness, but our local [...]

Liberating Minds  


Liberating Minds 


By Steven Poulin “We need to talk about liberating minds as well as liberating society.”—Dr. Angela Davis That is what members of the Women’s Studies Collective of the University of [...]

The Transition Kitchen

The Transition Kitchen

By Ben Sheffler 350 Pensacola’s Transition Town Series is headed for the kitchen. Christian Wagley, programs chairman at 350 Pensacola (a nonprofit organization part of an international [...]

Pirates, Patter and Punchlines

Pirates, Patter and Punchlines

By T.S. Strickland Opening this weekend is Pensacola Opera’s production of the classic operetta “The Pirates of Penzance." The Victorian-era story—penned by librettist W.S. Gilbert and [...]

Get Your Greens On

Get Your Greens On

By Emily Richey In the spirit of eating green, here is a list of 7 leafy super greens that you may or may not be eating already.  The benefits of leafy greens include tons of fiber, minerals, [...]

The Buzz 3/12/15

The Buzz 3/12/15

Citrus Crisis Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Adam Putnam was in Pensacola last week. He met with Inweekly to discuss the issues facing the state’s agriculture industry. “Well, the citrus [...]

Surfer Blood Return South

Surfer Blood Return South

By Shelby Smithey South Florida’s Surfer Blood are returning to their roots. The indie pop band formed in 2009 after frontman John Paul Pitts met guitarist Thomas Fekete at an Ultra Music [...]

The Green(s) Issue

The Green(s) Issue

As we do every year around St. Patrick’s Day, Inweekly is going green. This year’s theme—The Greens Issue—focuses on eating green, literally and figuratively.  From super greens to slow [...]

Slow Food for Everyone

Slow Food for Everyone

By Jennifer Leigh Reports across all media link America’s problem with obesity to the high costs of a healthy diet. Dollar menus and drive thrus make it all too easy to make poor choices. But [...]

Calendar 3/12/15

Calendar 3/12/15

THURSDAY 3.12 BASICS WITH BETSY, “LET’S SPIRAL” 2-3 p.m. Simple, healthy ideas using a spiral slicer. Demonstration includes samples. SoGourmet above Bodacious Olive, 407 S. Palafox. $5. [...]

Going Irish On  A Tuesday

Going Irish On A Tuesday

We hope you’ve recovered from Pensacon, because it’s time for yet another busy weekend of events and partying. This celebration in particular calls for you to dust off your best green get-ups and [...]

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