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Hawkshaw party huge success

Hawkshaw party huge success

We have 24 acts - 11 will be local. We have a few slots still to be filled - offers have been made, but waiting to hear back from agents. Tickets are on sale at Regions/AmSouth Bank locations. Saturday: Until June (www.myspace.com/untiljune) Julie Roberts (Julie Roberts) Ligion [...]

SRIA pays for drowning

SRIA pays for drowning

In 2001, the Santa Rosa Island Authority resisted pressure to increase lifeguard protection on Pensacola Beach. Less than a half mile of Pensacola Beach's 8.5 miles of shoreline was guarded that year and 27 swimmers died on local beaches. In 2002 a 18-year-old student drowned during his charter [...]

Favorite area dish

Favorite area dish

The IN is working on its annual Eat! Guide. We're looking for your favorite dishes prepared by local restaurants that you would recommend visitors have to try. For example. one of mine is the Large BBQ pork sandwich by King's BBQ. Give us your suggestions....please don't write Krispy Kreme. [...]

PNJ stays on Front Porch story…ignores firefighters

PNJ stays on Front Porch story…ignores firefighters

The daily newspaper has a story on the letter from Thelma Manley to state Rep. Dave Murzin which we posted on the blog Tuesday afternoon (Manley asks Murzin for help). Melanie Nichols denies any meetings took place outside of the " Sunshine." Jim Reeves (former chairman Michelle MacNeil's [...]

Timely IN cover story

Timely IN cover story

With all the debate over Don Imus, this week's IN cover story on the documentary "Lillie and Leander" is very poignant. Please take the time to read it:  Lillie & Leander: A Legacy of Violence

Blog view – 4/18/07

Blog view – 4/18/07

Va Tech victims

The NY Times has an excellent interactive web page on the victims of the VA Tech shootings. The profile that really got me was Liviu Librescu, 75, a senior researcher and lecturer in engineering and a Holocaust survivor. His students say the professor blocked the door of his classroom to prevent [...]

What did Don Imus actually say?

From Media Matters for America: IMUS: That's some rough girls from Rutgers. Man, they got tattoos and -- McGUIRK: Some hard-core hos. IMUS: That's some nappy-headed hos there. I'm gonna tell you that now, man, that's some -- woo. And the girls from Tennessee, they all look cute, you know, [...]

Manley asks Murzin for help

Dear Mr. Murzin: I don't know if you remember me but my name is Thelma Manley and I am the community Liaison for Front Porch Florida here in Pensacola. I really need your help! I have been the community liaison for 8 years and some of my job duties include but are not limited do running the [...]

One U.S. attorney that should have been fired

One U.S. attorney that should have been fired

NY Times has an editonal piece on a Wis. state worked that was wrongly convicted in an effort to bring down the state's Democratic governor. The U.S. attorney who prosecuted the case (Steven Biskupic) wasn't one of those fired by Attorney General Gonzalez. Read:  Editorial Observer: A Woman [...]

How Tampa area does it?

How Tampa area does it?

Tampa area leaders have ambitious plans to improve transportation in a seven county area - which includes a rail service. How do they plan to do it? First, they want a regional transportaton authority. St. Pete Times: here

Krispy Kreme opens tomorrow

Krispy Kreme opens tomorrow

@ 5 a.m. First 12 lobby customers each receive a Krispy Kreme jersey shirt (No. 1–12). First lobby customer wins a year’s supply of doughnuts-one dozen doughnuts a week for a year. The next 12 lobby and drive-thru customers each win a dozen doughnuts a month for one year. The first [...]

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