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Pensacola Film Fest – opening night

Damn it was cold! Jesus Camp was great, but the cold winds off Pensacola Bay made it rough to watch the flick in front of…

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Pink Flamingo dead

The South Florida Sun Senteniel reports the IN’s beloved plastic pink flamingos is officially dead – RIP: Pink Flamingo, 1957-2006 Its manufacturer, Union Products, of…

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BOC PLT Benefit a Hit!

The first ever Best of Coast celebration was a big hit last night at Seville Quarter. Proceeds from the Silent Auction and the gate went…

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IN Your Head Radio – Oct 6 show

Blogosphere: Inside Rick’s Blog News: Interview – David Freehan, President of International Downtown Association Loaded Gun: John Peacock, Revel Rick’s Rant: True Courage On WUWF…

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Martini Night: Dem Studds was as bad as Foley

Last night: one Martini Night guest argued that Rep. Studds, a Democrat, had a similar scandal in 1983. Here are the facts:In 1983 Gerry Studds…

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Papers need to take risks

I love this quote: “Quality US papers may never opt for the Independent’s provocative mix of news and views; it not only upsets the traditional…

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Sept 28 issue – What do you think?

Cover story: According to Doyle – interview w/PNJ publisher Kevin Doyle News Story The Pensacola Downtown Improvement Board reports that 280 new, private-sector jobs were…

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IN & PYP got out the vote

There was a tremendous increase in young voters (ages 18-35, 36-40) for Sept. 5th Primary over the March 2006 LOST Referendum. Overall, the City of…

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IN cover creates stir

The INMA issue cover (Sept. 14) is creating a controversy. A few distribution sites have asked for it to be picked up. Others want even…

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