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Inweekly 2017 Best of The Coast Ballot

Inweekly 2017 Best of The Coast Ballot

Just like we have every summer for the last 17 years, we’re opening the polls for Best of the Coast this week. That means all of your most important opinions—like who really makes the best [...]

Music for Social Change

Music for Social Change

By Jennifer Leigh Since 2014, Strive (Social Trans Initiative) has been advocating for the transgender community in the Pensacola area. Its mission is to promote intersectionality, serve and [...]

Underhill’s ‘Brutal’ Honesty

Underhill’s ‘Brutal’ Honesty

By Duwayne Escobedo Doug Underhill said one thing he learned as a counter-terrorism officer and in 25 years of service in the U.S. Navy was how to be brutally honest. "People say, ‘Can I be [...]

Winners & Losers 6/29/17

Winners & Losers 6/29/17

Winners University of West Florida Three years after the university was ranked near the bottom, the Florida Board of Governors announced that the University of West Florida ranked in the top three [...]

A Hometown Show For “Leaving Home”

A Hometown Show For “Leaving Home”

By Sammi Sontag If you want to get to know 18-year-old singer-songwriter Paul Vinson, you can listen to his songs. Or watch his video blogs. We suggest you do both. Vinson released his first EP [...]

The Buzz 6/29/17

The Buzz 6/29/17

What's That Smell The heavy rains brought to the area by Tropical Storm Cindy overwhelmed the stormwater system one block from Pensacola City Hall. Dr. Gloria Horning reported to the city's 3-1-1 [...]

Newpoint: Charges and Possible Cover Up

Newpoint: Charges and Possible Cover Up

By Rick Outzen Marcus May, the founder and owner of the Newpoint Education Partners charter schools in Escambia and six other Florida counties, and Steven Kunkemoeller, owner of School Warehouse, [...]

Outtakes—Fighting For You

Outtakes—Fighting For You

By Rick Outzen Inweekly published its first issue on July 1, 1999. We wanted to be a newspaper that cared about its community and to be an advocate for positive change. The paper has stretched [...]

Memories of Punks’ Past

Memories of Punks’ Past

By Shelby Nalepa Historian Ian Hamilton wanted to find a way to preserve the punk scene he grew up in and learn more about the under-documented community that came before him. What resulted is [...]

Calendar 6/29/17

Calendar 6/29/17

THURSDAY 6.29 WORK ON FLORIDA TRAIL 8 a.m. Regular meet up of Western Gate Florida Trail Association to work on National Scenic Trail and side trail. Meet at Blackwater River Forestry Center, 11650 [...]

News of the Weird 6/29/17

News of the Weird 6/29/17

By Chuck Shepherd Playing The Hits Weird News is forever, but this is my last "News of the Weird" column, as I am now exhausted after almost 30 years in the racket. In this final edition, I [...]

We Want Your Pets!

We Want Your Pets!

Inweekly is working on our 6th annual 
Pet Issue and we want to include your pets. Please send pictures of your furry, scaly &/or feathered friends to 
Joani@inweekly.net by Monday, July [...]

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