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Five top publisher/writer moments over past 15 years

Five top publisher/writer moments over past 15 years

I have been fortunate to work with some very talented writers, designers and editors over the 15 years: Duwayne Escobedo, Christine Born, Tony Baker, Nick Claeboe, Hilary Moreno, Steve Mraz and Jason Whited are just a few of the names that come to mind. I learned from all of them - as well as my [...]

Candidate’s qualifying check bounced

Candidate’s qualifying check bounced

South Florida Democratic Rep. David Richardson no longer has an opponent for his District 113 seat. The state Division of Elections on Wednesday disqualified Richardson's challenger, Miami Beach Republican Laura Rivero Levey. "She has been disqualified and as of today I am the official [...]

Top Five Inweekly pranks over the past 15 years

Top Five Inweekly pranks over the past 15 years

I find out it hard to believe that our weekly newspaper has survived for 15 years. In the early years, we weren't as mature as we are now and were known for our pranks. Here are my top five favorites, in reverse order. 5. Applying for editor's job at the PNJ when Randy Hammer moved to [...]

Art on the Bayfront, tonight 5-8 p.m.

Art on the Bayfront, tonight 5-8 p.m.

Jaco's Bayfront Bar and Grille welcomes tonight from 5-8 p.m. this month's Featured Artist-- Daniel Brandon and his great photos. Go down to the end of Palafox and enjoy his great art, some free wine samples and the natural art that only Jaco's location on the Bayfront can offer, Pensacola Bay's [...]

Cool idea: CoderDoJo comes to Pensacola

Cool idea: CoderDoJo comes to Pensacola

UWF Innovation Institute joins CoderDoJo movement, hosts programming classes for kids Twice a month, the University of West Florida Innovation Institute is hosting a CoderDojo programming class for kids ages 7-17 to engage in a fun learning experience where they will learn how to code, develop [...]

Special Event: Dedication of the Theophalis May Neighborhood Resource Center, tomorrow 3 p.m.

Special Event: Dedication of the Theophalis May Neighborhood Resource Center, tomorrow 3 p.m.

This Wednesday, Mayor Ashton Hayward, flanked by County Commissioner Lumon May and his family, will formally unveil the new Theophalis May Neighborhood Resource Center, located at Legion Field. WHEN: 3 p.m. Wednesday, July 2 WHERE: Theophalis May Neighborhood Resource Center Legion [...]

UWF Foundation names new CFO, 2014 -2015 Board of Directors

UWF Foundation names new CFO, 2014 -2015 Board of Directors

University of West Florida Foundation, Inc. recently announced a new Chief Financial Officer, Daniel Lucas as well as its 2014 – 2015 Board of Directors. Daniel Lucas serves as CFO of the UWF Foundation, Inc. where he oversees the Foundation’s stewardship and acceptance of private gifts and [...]

Longleaf dump has worse environmental record than Rolling Hills dump

Longleaf dump has worse environmental record than Rolling Hills dump

Longleaf C&D Disposal Facility began accepting waste the fall of 2006. In just two years, monitoring wells detected problems with the groundwater --vinyl chloride, aluminum, iron and sulfate above the Primary and Secondary Drinking Water Standards. The landfill was built without a liner. The [...]

Buzz: Cole is out at WEAR TV

Terry Cole has been fired by Sinclair Broadcasting. Cole had been the general manager of the station since June 1, 2009. He replaced the late Carl Leahy, WEAR's longtime general manager who died of a heart attack in November 2008.

Even Crist’s supporters are questioning his political future

Even Crist’s supporters are questioning his political future

Peter Schorsch runs the most influential political blog in the state of Florida, SaintPetersBlog.com. He also runs Context Florida, a web service that post ediorial opinions from writers from various parts of the state. Shannon Nickinson, Mark O'Brien and I write for Context regularly. Schorish is [...]

Viewpoint: A long time coming

Viewpoint: A long time coming

By Michelle Wilson, Executive Director Florida Commission on Human Relations On July 2, 2014, the Florida Commission on Human Relations will join the State of Florida and the rest of the nation in recognizing the signing of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Enacted in 1964, this landmark piece [...]

350 Pensacola: Best approaches to communicate about climate change

350 Pensacola: Best approaches to communicate about climate change

Chamblin’s talk addresses the best approaches to communicating about climate change. What: “Public Opinion, Politics, and the Challenge of Communicating Climate Change,” a Talk by Larry Chamblin Where: Bayview Senior Resource Center, 2000 E. Lloyd St., Pensacola When: Tuesday, July 8 • [...]

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