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Foo Foo Fest: Mural Makeover

Foo Foo Fest: Mural Makeover

By Shelby Smithey You might have already caught a glimpse of a massive piece of outdoor art unfolding as part of Foo Foo Fest.  Local artists Ashton Howard and Evan Levin are currently [...]

Foo Foo Fest: Forbidden Love (and Sax)

Foo Foo Fest: Forbidden Love (and Sax)

By Hana Frenette Dan Snowden knows a good idea when he sees it. The Pensacola Civic Band conductor was so moved by a concert he attended in Pennsylvania, he decided to bring the idea of the [...]

Hillary Clinton For President

Hillary Clinton For President

The case for Hillary Clinton isn't a simple one. But it is a strong one. Her qualifications, experience, and intellect speak for themselves—especially in comparison to her opponent. In fact, [...]

Outtakes—Going to the Movies

Outtakes—Going to the Movies

By Rick Outzen On April 20, 2010, the Deepwater Horizon exploded nearly 50 miles of the shores of Louisiana, killing 11 men and spewing over 210 million gallons of crude oil into the Gulf of [...]

Winners & Losers 11/3/16

Winners & Losers 11/3/16

Winners Tiffany Sullivan The Board of Directors of Innovation Coast has announced Tiffany Sullivan is the nonprofit organization's new executive director. Sullivan, who grew up in Jay, Florida, [...]

Runaway Justice

Runaway Justice

By Rick Outzen The 2010 Deepwater Horizon explosion killed 11 men, dumped over 210 million gallons of crude oil into the Gulf of Mexico, and destroyed the livelihoods of tens of thousands along [...]

Inweekly Staff Endorsements

Inweekly Staff Endorsements

Florida U.S. Senate: Marco Rubio Rubio represents the next generation of the Republican Party. He has a record of getting things done for our state. He worked with our Rep. Jeff Miller on the VA [...]

2016 Election Guide

2016 Election Guide

A press that can analyze and critique elected officials, political parties, and candidates freely and without fear is one of the founding principles of our democracy. It's with that understanding [...]

News of the Weird 11/3/16

News of the Weird 11/3/16

By Chuck Shepherd Can't Possibly Be True Kids as young as 6 who live on a cliff top in China's Atule'er village in Sichuan province will no longer have to use flexible vine-based ladders to climb [...]

Oh Shucks

Oh Shucks

By Shelby Smithey Music lovers know the Hangout Music Fest for putting on one of the best music festivals in the region, but for longer, the Hangout team has been hosting a foodie event dedicated [...]

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