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Outtakes—Compelling News

Outtakes—Compelling News

The daily newspaper published on Sunday, Jan. 4 its editorial plan for 2015. The News Journal will focus on education, storm water improvements and infrastructure side of public safety, such as [...]

Ears & Fingers 1/8/15

Ears & Fingers 1/8/15

By Jason Leger Sleater-Kinney-No Cities to Love There are few stories as illustrious in the indie rock world as that of darlings Sleater-Kinney. They made a name forging their own brand of [...]

“Finally We Can”

“Finally We Can”

Marriage equality comes to Florida By Jennifer Leigh The first newsletter of the year for the Gay Grassroots of Northwest Florida was sent out over the weekend. On the first page, in bold, [...]

Winners & Losers 1/8/15

Winners & Losers 1/8/15

Winners Doug Underhill State Attorney Bill Eddins announced on New Year’s Eve that his office’s review of a complaint against Escambia County Commissioner Underhill v had determined that such [...]

RadioLive Returns

RadioLive Returns

By Jennifer Leigh Not all radio shows are exciting live onstage. But WUWF’s long-running music program, RadioLive is not like all radio shows. Bringing singer-songwriters from all over to [...]

Calendar 1/2/15

Calendar 1/2/15

FRIDAY 1.2 WINE TASTING AT CITY GROCERY 5-7 p.m. Out and about in East Hill on Friday night? Stop by City Grocery for their free weekly wine tasting before settling in or heading out for the [...]

The Buzz 1/2/15

The Buzz 1/2/15

City Attorney Shake-up Mayor Ashton Hayward has made the decision not to renew the Messer Law Firm as the city attorney. Jim Messer’s contract expired on Dec. 14, and he will work month-to-month [...]

News Of The Weird 1/2/15

News Of The Weird 1/2/15

By Chuck Shepherd Weird Scenes (1) Richard Shear, 28, was arrested in Muskegon County, Michigan, in October after an apparent violent episode with his mother and girlfriend. Shear had allegedly [...]

Nice Guys Can Finish First

Nice Guys Can Finish First

By Rick Outzen Clay Ingram is a nice guy. Few people will dispute that statement. In the rough and tumble worlds of Escambia County and Florida politics, Ingram has a level of “gosh darn” [...]

Outtakes— Improving My Craft

Outtakes— Improving My Craft

At the age of 57, I still have so much to learn. The past year I worked hard to perfect my writing. Though I will always be plagued with typos, I did a better job of developing my craft. My hatred [...]

Ears & Fingers 1/2/15

Ears & Fingers 1/2/15

The Decemberists-What a Terrible World, What a Wonderful World I can't say that the Decemberists' last two albums, "The Hazards of Love" and "The King is Dead," were bad by any means. What I will [...]

Larry Marchant: Mississippi to Vogue

Larry Marchant: Mississippi to Vogue

By Jennifer Leigh You’re probably familiar with Larry Marchant’s photographs and don’t even know it. From advertising and editorials to journalism, Marchant’s 20-year career as a [...]

Winners & Losers 1/2/15

Winners & Losers 1/2/15

Winners Sacred Heart Hospital March of Dimes and the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists recognized Sacred Heart Hospital in Pensacola for reducing the number of early elective [...]

Morgan Responds to Valentino’s Complaints

Morgan Responds to Valentino’s Complaints

By Rick Outzen Sheriff David Morgan formally responded to the Florida Ethics Commission in regard to the series of complaints filed by former Escambia County Commissioner Gene Valentino. The [...]

Save The Dates

Save The Dates

Local Can't-Miss Events and Fun Foodie Holidays to Mark on Your Calendar ANNUAL EVENTS Pensacola Grand Mardi Gras Parade ▶Feb. 14 Pensacon ▶Feb. 27-March 1 McGuire’s St. Patrick’s [...]

Winners & Losers 12/26/14

Winners & Losers 12/26/14

Finally, the Winners & Losers department of the Inweekly news and entertainment empire got into the holiday spirit. They wanted everyone to end 2014 with happy thoughts, so they brought forward [...]

Outtakes—On the Cusp

Outtakes—On the Cusp

We are nearing the halfway mark of the second decade of the 21st century. The first half of the last decade, we struggled to overcome three hurricanes, a real estate downturn and corruption that [...]

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