Winners & Losers: 8.19.10

  Winners GENE VALENTINO It was only a misdemeanor charge, but Escambia County Commissioner Gene Valentino had to fight it if he wanted to be re-elected. On Aug. 14, Okaloosa County Judge James Ward dismissed the charge of illegally soliciting a campaign contribution from developer Dan Gilmore. The judge’s decision definitely makes Valentino the big […]

The Buzz: 08.19.10

New Fishing Bridge? Mike Williams, co-host of the Blab TV program “Catchin’ Fish,” tells IN he is starting a campaign to create a new fishing bridge in Pensacola Bay — one that already exists. “I’m going before the Gulf Breeze and Pensacola city councils to present a plan to use the (current Three-Mile Bay Bridge) […]

The Story So Far

by Rob “Bubbs” Harris… StoryCorps Puts Lives On Display Have you ever sat down with someone and had them tell you about themselves, only to find out that they had a far more interesting tale to tell than you might have expected? I know that has happened to me more times than I can remember. […]

Saturday Night's All Right For Bitin'

Blessed Be The Children Of The Night

If you have had access to a television over the past three years, you might have noticed an ever-growing trend in entertainment: vampires. Among films within “The Twilight Saga” and the abundance of bloodsucking TV shows such as “True Blood,” “The Gates,” and “The Vampire Diaries,” it almost seems as if it wouldn’t come as much of a surprise if we found out that vampires actually do exist.

Staff Pick: Southern Sundays

SOUTHERN SUNDAY SUPPERS AT THE FISH HOUSE Beginning on Aug. 22, every Sunday after 5 p.m., a fixed-price menu will be offered that will feature traditional Southern items with a modern touch. The fixed-price plate, which costs $13.95, will feature “Meat and Two Plus a Roll”: choice of an entre, two side dishes and a […]