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Bright Ideas To Help You Finish Up The Holidays In Stride

Bright Ideas To Help You Finish Up The Holidays In Stride

By Joani, Hana, Jennifer and Samantha Is it just us or does it seem like the holidays creep up faster and faster every year? Seriously, just ask Thanksgiving—which pretty much gotten swallowed [...]

Winners & Losers 12/18/14

Winners & Losers 12/18/14

Winners Grover Robinson The Escambia County Commissioner bravely brought forth to his board a discussion of the Confederate battle flag being flown at the Pensacola Bay Center. Nearly 15 years [...]

New Man With The Gavel

New Man With The Gavel

By Rick Outzen The Pensacola City Council elected last month District 3 Councilman Andy Terhaar as its council president. The vote was close. After several rounds of voting, Terhaar nudged out [...]

Rebuilding County Corrections

Rebuilding County Corrections

By Rick Outzen Escambia County Administrator Jack Brown recently made his first big hire—Michael Tidwell as the new Corrections Director. Tidwell replaces long-time director Gordon Pike who [...]

Outtakes—The Lunacy of Torture

Outtakes—The Lunacy of Torture

We have known for the past 10 years that our government tortured prisoners in our war against terrorism. Our leaders told us that these were bad men, unworthy of the rights granted under the Geneva [...]

The Buzz 12/18/14

The Buzz 12/18/14

Only One Flag Will Fly Escambia County will no longer fly the Confederate battle flag or the Spanish, French or British flag, at the Pensacola Bay Center. After an emotional discussion, the Board of [...]

Ears & Fingers 12/18/14

Ears & Fingers 12/18/14

By Jason Leger The Smashing Pumpkins-Monuments to an Elegy Billy Corgan is now 26 years into a career as the brains behind The Smashing Pumpkins. In my heart, The Smashing Pumpkins died in 2000 [...]

Support Sarah Sunday

Support Sarah Sunday

By Jennifer Leigh This Sunday, drink all the whiskey you want without a drop of guilt. At Old Hickory Whiskey Bar, it’s all for a good cause during Support Sarah Sunday, a fundraiser to help [...]

News of the Weird 12/18/14

News of the Weird 12/18/14

By Chuck Shepherd Language of Love People advertising for love interests via online dating sites have apparently become picky about how they describe their sexuality. To the usuals (male, female, [...]

10 Things You Might Not Know About “The Nutcracker”

10 Things You Might Not Know About “The Nutcracker”

By Jennifer Leigh Admit it, when the holiday season rolls around, you go to sleep with sugar plum fairies dancing in your head. Luckily, you don’t have to go on imagining “The Nutcracker” [...]

Calendar 12/18/14

Calendar 12/18/14

THURSDAY 12.18 WINE TASTING AT AWM 5 p.m. Try something new every week at Aragon Wine Market’s regular wine tasting, only a few blocks from downtown. 27 S. 9th Ave. [...]

Holiday Happenings 12/18/24

Holiday Happenings 12/18/24

Get in the holiday spirit with the help of this week’s holiday-themed happenings. 12.18-12.21 TRAINFEST AT THE PMA 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. (Sunday 1 p.m. - 5 p.m.) Families and model train lovers are [...]

News of the Weird 12/11/14

News of the Weird 12/11/14

By Chuck Shepherd Dying to Get a Date Like many in society's subgroups, people who work in "death" industries or professions in the U.K. may believe it difficult to reach "like-minded" suitors. [...]

Why? Not

Why? Not

By Hana Frenette Naming your band after a five-year-old’s favorite question and life’s greatest debate merits a round of applause. Not only is it quick and easy to say, but it shakes up a [...]

Ears & Fingers 12/11/14

Ears & Fingers 12/11/14

By Jason Leger On The Horizon: Somewhere around November, things start to slow down a tad on the influx of new albums for a couple of weeks. The floodgates on releases for early 2015 should [...]

PSC: Both Sides Closer

PSC: Both Sides Closer

By Rick Outzen Inweekly sat down with Dr. Ed Meadows, president of Pensacola State College, to discuss his labor negotiations with his faculty and the claims of censorship. Dr. Meadows said the [...]

Winners & Losers 2014

Winners & Losers 2014

Winners & Losers is the most popular Inweekly column. Readers love to see who had a good week and whose week might not have been so good. Politicians check it regularly not so much to see if they [...]

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