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Winners & Losers 3/5/15

Winners & Losers 3/5/15

The Winners in Pensacola are far surpassing the Losers. In order to return some sense of balance to the universe, the Winners & Losers cubicle of the Inweekly news and media empire created an all [...]

Figuring Out Sports Tourism

Figuring Out Sports Tourism

By Duwayne Escobedo Picture a multi-purpose, indoor sportsplex located in the central part of Escambia County. Perhaps one with eight basketball courts, 14 volleyball courts, the ability to [...]

See You At The Movies

See You At The Movies

By Jennifer Leigh Two years ago when Jim Norton sold the small movie theater Gulf Breeze Cinema 4, he thought he was going to retire. But it wasn’t long before he found a new way to [...]

Ears & Fingers 3/5/15

Ears & Fingers 3/5/15

By Jason Leger Ghostface Killah & BADBADNOTGOOD-Sour Soul “My thoughts are so heavy, I could change a generation.” Dennis Coles, or as you may know him, Ghostface Killah, is a part of a [...]

Kraglin or Kirk?

Kraglin or Kirk?

By T.S. Strickland Show business is family business for Sean Gunn. The veteran actor—who played Kraglin in last summer’s blockbuster hit “Guardians of the Galaxy”—followed his four [...]

The Buzz 2/26/15

The Buzz 2/26/15

Eyewitness to Selma March The Escambia Democratic Women’s Club honored civil rights leader Rev. H.K. Matthews as part of an event recognizing the 50th anniversary of the march from Selma to [...]

“The future belongs to the geeks”

“The future belongs to the geeks”

By Ben Sheffler New York Times bestselling author Dan Wells will be making his first appearance at Pensacon later this month, his first of about 15 conventions this year. "My favorite thing [...]

News of the Weird 2/26/15

News of the Weird 2/26/15

By Chuck Shepherd Newest Right The Utah Court of Appeals ruled in February that Barbara Bagley has a legal right to sue herself for her own negligent driving that caused the death of her husband. [...]

Did someone issue a Noise Complaint?

Did someone issue a Noise Complaint?

By Jennifer Leigh If you thought that tap dancing and cosplay would never find common ground, you were wrong. New to Pensacon’s lineup this year is the addition of the tap dance company, [...]

Calendar 2/26/15

Calendar 2/26/15

THURSDAY 2.26 “BASICS WITH BETSY” BASIC BLENDING 10 a.m. Learn the techniques of high powered blending to make healthy foods in this demonstration class led by culinary instructor Besty [...]

New Statewide Conservative Education Group Forming

New Statewide Conservative Education Group Forming

By Duwayne Escobedo When Escambia County School Board member Jeff Bergosh walked the halls in Tallahassee last week to meet Florida lawmakers, including Senate President Don Gaetz, all wanted to [...]

Outtakes—It’s Different Here

Outtakes—It’s Different Here

My father told me that everyone likes to be the hero of the movie that runs in his head, but this has gotten out of hand. Brian Williams, the anchor and managing editor of NBC "Nightly News," [...]

FDLE Crime Lab Breach, A Year Later

FDLE Crime Lab Breach, A Year Later

By Ben Sheffler On Feb. 4, 2014, agents with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, working with the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office, arrested former Pensacola crime laboratory chemist [...]

The Art of the Fan Film

The Art of the Fan Film

By Shelby Smithey Award-winning filmmaker, animator and fan film aficionado John Hudgens knows firsthand that imitation is the highest form of flattery. Known for his short Star Wars fan films and [...]

Caught Up In Cosplay

Caught Up In Cosplay

By Jennifer Leigh Some little girls enjoy playing dress up, clunking around in their mother’s high heels while piling on strands of necklaces. Eighteen-year-old Cami Roebuck—known to her [...]

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