With finals right around the corner, study hotspots on campus quickly overflow with stressed-out students and red coffee cups. This exam season, skip waiting in line at the Marston Science Library Starbucks or wandering through Library West for a place to settle. Instead, check out some of Gainesville’s most aesthetically pleasing cafes for quality coffee and a fun study experience.
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With less than a week off from classes, it may be hard for some students, especially those from outside of Florida, to go home for Fall break. For those staying in town over Thanksgiving, here are some ideas to celebrate Turkey Day!
Over Easy Fest, a music and art experience, will return to downtown Gainesville on Friday night.
For the past two years, Flat Land has participated in UF’s Homecoming Parade, performing atop a trailer its members constructed while being pulled down University Avenue by a friend on a bicycle.
Suwannee Hulaween will return to the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, Florida, this weekend for its fourth annual festival.
Carina Dybevick is a senior in high school, but instead of having a part-time job at the mall like many other 17-year-old students, she manages her own business, making handmade polymer clay charms.
UF’s University Galleries will open its newest exhibit, “Alpha,” today featuring pieces by artist Tony Stallard.
Korean pop music (K-pop) has taken over global music charts in recent years. While many may think of Psy and his infamous single “Gangnam Style,” the list of notable K-pop musicians who are making their way into the American music market is ever growing. From quirky and cute love songs to hip-hop and rap jams, K-pop offers music everyone can find enjoyable. But with several dozen K-pop groups releasing music constantly, it may be hard to keep up with all the latest tunes. Whether you’re a K-pop fanatic or simply a little curious, here is a breakdown of some top artists to check out.
By day, Flow Space offers a serene environment for yoga and fitness training. By night, it is a lively event hall for concerts and parties.
The Atlantic will bring supernatural sensation “Stranger Things” to Gainesville on Friday night. Prepare to meet plenty of Barbs and Elevens as series enthusiasts hit the downtown venue for an ’80s jam session and costume party.
This gameday will offer a little artistic twist with the Gainesville Arts Market in downtown Gainesville at First Magnitude Brewing Company this Saturday. The event will start at 2 p.m., giving tailgaters time to visit before heading to the game.
Taste Pho & Noodle House, located at 3117 SW 34th St., will host its second annual pho-eating contest today at 7 p.m.
“Stage Kiss,” a new romantic comedy by Sarah Ruhl, will make its debut Friday night at the Hippodrome State Theatre. The show is one in a series of collaborations between the UF School of Theatre + Dance and the Hippodrome.
After a 20-year “love affair” with the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Jonathan Savage decided to turn his obsession into a career. Inspired by the band to learn the bass at age 14, Savage moved on to create the Red Not Chili Peppers, a tribute to his musical idols.