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Outtakes 1/17/13

Outtakes 1/17/13

THE GOOD FIGHT In 1957, the same year that Ernie Lee Magaha was first sworn in as clerk, Dr. Nathaniel Smith was installed as the pastor of Antioch Missionary Baptist Church. Five days after Magaha [...]

Color Run coming to Pensacola

Color Run coming to Pensacola

Press Release: Jubilee By The Bay Inc. in partnership with Pensacola Mardi Gras, Inc. Announces Pensacola’s first Run with COLOR-- Local non-profit organization Jubilee By The Bay, Inc. in [...]

A Mother’s Pain

A Mother’s Pain

Ending the Violence & Bloodshed By Rick Outzen On a sunny Monday afternoon, Labar Brown stepped out of his home to get ice cream for his family. The kids, Miracle, age 6, and Cardarylo, age [...]

2012 Year In Review

2012 Year In Review

Our Top Cover Stories of the Year by In Staff By IN Staff The Independent News earned its reputation once again for no-holds-barred reporting, with no “sacred cows.” Our reporting earned us [...]

My Pensacola—Justin Spence

My Pensacola—Justin Spence

Name: Justin Spence Day Job: Outside Sales Representative for Ram Tool & Supply Co. Pensacola Resident Since: October 2005 Good Eats: I love sushi, and Tuesday nights at Fish House and Atlas [...]

Dreaming Up a Downtown

Dreaming Up a Downtown

by Jeremy Morrison With the late 20th century migration to the suburbs and shopping malls, many of this country’s downtowns began their eerie decline into desperate landscapes of forgotten [...]

Green Matters ’12

Green Matters ’12

At the IN, we don’t ever follow the rules. The pro-environment issues are supposed to be published in April near the Earth Day celebrations. The hell with that! Our Green Matters! issue, for the [...]

Black & White

Black & White

Racial Disparity by the Numbers By Rick Outzen The lives of African-Americans in Escambia County are very different from those of their white counterparts. While local leaders like to talk about [...]

Outtakes 2/16/12

Outtakes 2/16/12

WHY NOT PENSACOLA? Pensacola is once again on the cusp of being this country’s next great city. Mayor Ashton Hayward has brought vitality to the city. The maritime park is rushing to completion of [...]

Viewpoint: Right to Speak

Viewpoint: Right to Speak

By Jim Messer As the city attorney, I have the unique privilege of not only experiencing the right to speak firsthand at city council meetings, but also litigating First Amendment issues on behalf [...]

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