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News of the Weird 8/3/17

News of the Weird 8/3/17

by the Editors at Andrews McMeel The Threatened American Worker A local chapter of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees in Battle Creek, Michigan, is butting heads with [...]

The Pet Issue

The Pet Issue

By Joani Delezen, Jennifer Lee, Shelby Nalepa & Sammi Sontag Summer means two things around the Inweekly office—Best of the Coast voting and pet issue planning. While both of those things [...]

The Buzz 8/3/17

The Buzz 8/3/17

Law & Vengeance Presales for local attorney Mike Papantonio's second book, "Law & Vengeance," begin the first week of August. The legal thriller provides another peak into the legal world [...]

Calendar 8/3/17

Calendar 8/3/17

THURSDAY 8.3 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 [...]

Medical Marijuana Awareness Day

Medical Marijuana Awareness Day

By Shelby Nalepa Want to learn more about medical marijuana and its benefits? Medical Marijuana Treatment Clinics of Florida (MMTCFL) and the online resource Marijuana Med Today will be [...]

Outtakes—Fiscal Discipline?

Outtakes—Fiscal Discipline?

By Rick Outzen It's flattering when an elected official who refuses to discuss his budget in an open forum feels compelled to respond to a column in writing. Last week, my Outtakes, "For $227 [...]

All Hail The Rockabilly Queen

All Hail The Rockabilly Queen

By Shelby Nalepa Born in 1937 in Maud, Oklahoma, pioneering rock and roll artist Wanda Jackson started out as a country music singer with a guitar. "My dad was a homegrown type," Jackson said. [...]

Don Gaetz: Still Serving

Don Gaetz: Still Serving

By Rick Outzen Don Gaetz retired from the Florida Senate last year after serving 10 years, two of which were as Senate President, 2012-14. However, he hasn't retired from public service. Gaetz [...]

Winners & Losers 8/3/17

Winners & Losers 8/3/17

Winners Pensacola Firefighters Union The Pensacola Professional Fire Fighters Local 707, which represents the City of Pensacola's Fire Department employees, reached a tentative three-year [...]

Outtakes—For $227 Million

Outtakes—For $227 Million

By Rick Outzen Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward wants to spend a lot of money next year, and he is counting on people not caring how he spends it. The mayor didn't always have that [...]

Reinventing the Chamber

Reinventing the Chamber

By Duwayne Escobedo When it comes to the Greater Pensacola Chamber, community leaders believed smaller would be better. Instead of a chamber focused on developing tourism and economic [...]

Say Hello to Losing Sunlight

Say Hello to Losing Sunlight

By Sammi Sontag If you've ever caught a set by newcomers Losing Sunlight, you probably know why we were so excited to stumble upon them at The Vineyard last month. Losing Sunlight is a local [...]

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