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Record day for IN

The April Fool’s issue has been a tremendous online success. INweekly.net had its busiest Thursday ever with 6,375 unique visitors. The cover story – Pensacola,…

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IN weekly adds online books section

We’re trying hard to add more online content. Check over the next few weeks and let us know how you like it. It will take…

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Saturday updates to INweekly

SatDaily Dose Summary of daily newspapers along Gulf Coast and the state of Florida. WEEKEND TOOB PICKS Saturday night is barren so party heavy and…

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New daily news features for Inweekly

Daily Dose: Highlights is in the daily newspapers across the region. Not just Pensacola, but also Mobile and Fort Walton Beach. Read: ThursDaily Dose ….

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IN Issue – 5/3/07

Check out this week’s issue Cover Story: Charter Schools In The Red Orlando Sentinel published a four-day series last month, examining the nearly 350 charter…

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Pick your favorite Winners and Losers column for 06

It’s time for our year-end W&L issue. As part of the issue, we ask readers to pick their favorite Winners & Losers column for the…

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Stick it Rick Baste a success

Last night the Baste Roast of me raised nearly $25,000 for the Arthritis Foundation. It was a memorable time for all –everybody got a few…

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Film Fest – a hit!

Film Fest’s Artistic Director Tom Roush called to say the films were all well attended (except of the bitter cold Friday night outdoor viewing of…

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Columnist writes on decline of daily newspapers

Orlando Sentinel columnist Mike Thomas writes in his Sunday column (To read: Click Here) about the decline of his paper and other dailies. The phases…

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