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Podcast: Bruce Robert Coffin, Portland and John Byron

Recently, I interviewed author Bruce Robert Coffin for my podcast “And the Murders Began.” Bruce spent more than 27 years in law enforcement and supervised…

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Pet pantry supplies critically low

The Pensacola Humane Society’s Pet Pantry is in dire need of cat and dog food. Demand is extremely high due to the Covid-19 pandemic and…

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Christmas on the Coast tickets on sale

Christmas on the Coast is a dazzling holiday spectacular where the singers of the Pensacola Children’s Chorus will transform sunny weather into a winter wonderland….

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Great Gulfcoast Arts Festival 2020 poster available online

With the cancellation of this year’s Great Gulfcoast Arts Festival due to COVID-19, the Festival Committee invited local artist Kreg Yingst to create a poster…

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UWF going virtual after Thanksgiving

University of West Florida President Dr. Martha Saunders told Inweekly that university’s instruction will go “straight online after Thanksgiving.”  Those students who can’t go home…

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Podcast: Jim Nesbitt

For my podcast “And the Murders Began,” I interviewed Jim Nesbitt, the author of crime thrillers that feature battered but relentless Dallas PI Ed Earl…

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PYP Networking Night – Nov. 19

The Pensacola Young Professionals (PYP) is hosting it’s first in-person Networking Night since the initial COVID-19 Lockdown. “We are excited to invite you to our…

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WSRE: Beyond the Menu

This year’s WSRE Wine & Food Classic fundraiser was cancelled due to the pandemic; however, a new TV show will offer viewers a similar culinary…

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Impact 100 Meet & Greets

IMPACT 100 Pensacola Bay Area had an amazing year in 2020, with 1,166 members awarding a record number of transformative grants in the amount of $106,000…

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