With a microphone in his hand, Validus vocalist Justin Kalvin will sing Friday for Save Second Base - a breast cancer benefit concert at Gainesville's Backstage Lounge, 1315 S. Main St.
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Photos from UF Men's Basketball game against Tennessee.
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UF plays basketball against Stetson.
A comic quartet will dole out laughs for toys at a downtown theater Wednesday.
Kids ran through the barricaded areas of a street to play large-scale tic-tac-toe and paint their faces with rainbows, horses or flowers.
For the first time in its annual fall show, UF's improvisation and sketch comedy group, Theatre Strike Force, will feature comedy sketches centered on social and political issues.
A UF Student Government-sponsored concert Monday hosted four bands: The Expendables, Reel Big Fish, Pepper and Less Jake Than Jake.
More than 1,500 motorcycles clad in chrome, rubber and leather lined up in rows in an SFCC parking lot Sunday for the Seventh Annual Bikers on Parade for the USA.
A smartly dressed white rabbit walked across the Plaza of the Americas and pulled out his gold pocket watch to check the time.
Morgan Miller, Big Red team member, walked into a conference room expecting to be disappointed.
The UF chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority began its first day of fundraising for breast cancer awareness and education in Turlington Plaza on Tuesday.
A patriotically painted bus transformed into a teaching vessel for voters educated passersby Monday about a political education project.
The sweet melodies of a band and the fresh smell of food drifted over a dozen children who danced and twirled barefoot in a grassy courtyard.
ALACHUA - The scent of incense wafted through the air of the ornately decorated temple.
September is a busy month for Gainesville Pet Rescue as students are returning to school, settling into their lives and looking to adopt a pet, said Cheryl Gibson, executive director of GPR.