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Calling All Writers

Inweekly is working on a special issue, and we need you. We’re accepting submissions for our first ever “written by you” issue. Short stories, essays,…

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The Good News Issue

Because “unprecedented times” call for unprecedented levels of optimism, we decided to go all in and make this very special special issue. Welcome to Inweekly’s…

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Interested in an April subscription?

We’re working on ways to make sure you can keep getting print issues of Inweekly safely. For starters, we’re putting as many copies as possible…

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Valentino strikes out again

A circuit court judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by former Escambia County Commissioner Gene Valentino against Inweekly, publisher Rick Outzen, reporter Jeremy Morrison and…

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Good news from Inweekly, Sept. 19

The Main Dish Can’t Miss Fall Food Events  * The Besh Chef   * EOTL Turns (Lucky) 13   * Hanging Out with the South’s…

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New weekend feature on the blog

Starting this weekend, we will repost some of the best articles from past years that were published in our newspaper and on this blog. The…

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IN May 27 issue

COVER STORY THREE’S COMPANY Less than a year ago Governor Charlie Crist was thought by many political analysts to be a shoe-in for Mel Martinez’s…

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Outtakes: The Real Pensacola Tea Party

Can history repeat itself? Will Americans again rise to overthrow an oppressor that has threatened their freedom and quality of life like they did at…

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Posted in Escambia County Pensacola Politics

Ibuprofen suspension rescinded

Last month we reported on Washington High School valedictorian Christa Childers being suspended for five days because Ibuprofen was found in her backpack ( No…

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