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Changing Climate, Changing Strategies

Changing Climate, Changing Strategies

By Shelby Smithey Climate change and politicians’ stance on the subject have made it an unnecessary tool in politics. However, 350 Pensacola’s upcoming speaker believes that politics will play [...]

Winners & Losers 4/7/16

Winners & Losers 4/7/16

Winners Gulf Winds Federal Credit Union The credit union has earned BauerFinancial’s 5-Star Superior rating for strength and security. Gulf Winds has earned this highest rating for 87 [...]

The Buzz 4/7/16

The Buzz 4/7/16

Obama in Cuba Cuban-born restaurateur Robert de Varona is cautiously optimistic that President Barack Obama’s recent visit to Cuba will make a positive change in the communist [...]

Outtakes—The Promise of Hope

Outtakes—The Promise of Hope

By Rick Outzen Community leaders have begun to think big and look at a more comprehensive strategy in improving our poor, inner-city neighborhoods. Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward and Escambia [...]

A Night of Improv

A Night of Improv

By Jennifer Leigh Performers with Upright Citizens Brigade (UCB) are experts at winging it. Each show, in comedy clubs across the country, groups from UCB get up on stage and create 90 minutes [...]

Leveling the Paying Field

Leveling the Paying Field

By Shelby Smithey The gender wage gap is a decades-old, complex problem that has stifled American working women for generations. That gap may be slowly closing, but today women in the U.S. still [...]

Doing More With Less

Doing More With Less

By Rick Outzen Devin Simmons is a man of faith. He’s an optimist who loves to help people, particularly those who are homeless. However, the president of Waterfront Rescue Mission and his [...]

Understanding ISIS Threat

Understanding ISIS Threat

By Rick Outzen The United States has made mistakes in dealing with ISIS, according Dr. Jacob Shively. He said when the U.S. clamped down on the insurgency in Iraq in 2007, an unintended [...]

Guide to SouthSounds

Guide to SouthSounds

By Shelby Smithey If you’re looking to get your music fix this weekend, consider taking a trip across state lines for the fifth annual SouthSounds Music and Arts Festival in downtown [...]

News of the Weird 4/7/16

News of the Weird 4/7/16

By Chuck Shepherd The Power of Precedent Department of Veterans Affairs employee Elizabeth Rivera Rivera, 39, was fired after her arrest (followed by a February guilty plea) for armed robbery, but [...]

Calendar 4/7/16

Calendar 4/7/16

THURSDAY 4.7 WORK ON FLORIDA TRAIL 8 a.m. Regular meet up of Western Gate Florida Trail Association to work on National Scenic Trail and side rail. Meet at Blackwater River State Park, 7720 Deaton [...]

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