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Update on GOP AG Battle

Update on GOP AG Battle

By Rick Outzen The race for the Republican nomination to be Florida’s next agriculture commissioner is between two veteran state lawmakers, Rep. Matt Caldwell (R-North Fort Myers) and Sen. [...]

To Market, To Market

To Market, To Market

Celebrating 11 Years of Palafox Market By Joani Delezen and Stephanie Sharp Grocery shopping can be a real chore or it can be a relaxing weekend ritual filled with local goodies and treats. [...]

Calendar 4/26/18

Calendar 4/26/18

THURSDAY 4.26 PILATES MAT 12:30 p.m. Free. Ever’man Educational Center, 327 W. Garden St. everman.org PENSACOLA HUMANE SOCIETY GIVE BACK NIGHT 4-9 p.m. Schlotzsky’s, 2670 Creighton Road. [...]

The Buzz 4/26/18

The Buzz 4/26/18

Bruce Beach Lawsuit Still Alive Robert Emmanuel, the attorney for Dan Lindemann and Jerry Holzworth, has filed a Motion for Rehearing in the lawsuit regarding the lease of city-owned Bruce Beach to [...]

The Legacy of Denise McLeod

The Legacy of Denise McLeod

By Rick Outzen After 42 years, Denise McLeod, the vice president of human resources at LandrumHR, is retiring. Under her leadership, Landrum Staffing grew to be the largest independent staffing [...]

The Party Never Dies

The Party Never Dies

By Shelby Nalepa Instead of trying to pin down the enigma that is singer-songwriter and rock musician Andrew W.K., it’s best to just enjoy the party. Given the moniker Andrew W.K. by an [...]

News of the Weird 4/26/18

News of the Weird 4/26/18

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel What's in a Name? In Ohio in 2004, 6-year-old Alex Malarkey spent two months in a coma after a car accident, awaking as a quadriplegic and telling his family he [...]

Pilates is For Every Body

Pilates is For Every Body

By Shelby Nalepa “Am I doing this correctly?” “This hurts.” “I’m not feeling this at all. Am I doing it wrong?” To better equip students with these thoughts, as well as to learn [...]

Florida Dems Debate Votes

Florida Dems Debate Votes

By Jeremy Morrison When Sarah Coutu returned from her trip to Orlando recently, she was less than enthused. The weekend hadn’t panned out as well as she had hoped. “It’s a mess, you know. [...]

Outtakes—The Palmieri Sisters

Outtakes—The Palmieri Sisters

By Rick Outzen Last week, I traveled to Oxford, Miss., for a book event at the famous Square Books. I went to share the stage with Jennifer Palmieri, communications director for the Obama [...]

Winners & Losers 4/26/18

Winners & Losers 4/26/18

Winners Stan Connally Southern Company, the parent company of Gulf Power, announced Stan Connally, Jr., the chairman, president and CEO of Gulf Power, has been named executive vice president of [...]

Graham: End the Political Chaos

Graham: End the Political Chaos

By Rick Outzen Last week, former U.S. Rep. and Democratic candidate for governor Gwen Graham visited Pensacola for her 55th workday. She spent her Tuesday in the USO at the Pensacola International [...]

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