Jesse Borden spent his summer 8,000 miles away from Gainesville climbing trees and scouring for lizards.
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Twenty-three puppies were welcomed to the coolest room in the Alachua County Humane Society.
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The world’s largest general scientific society has honored six UF faculty for their research contributions.
College professors butted heads over the medical marijuana issue during a discussion on the topic at the Phillips Center for the Performing Arts on Friday.
It’s about that time again, ladies and gents: the most wonderful yet dreaded time of the year. That’s right, it's finals season.
On Wednesday night in downtown Gainesville, you can find Amber Geller at the Union Street Farmers’ Market distributing fresh produce to consumers at no cost. What appears to be an unfair trade is actually part of the Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program.
Located at 5212 SW 91st Terrace in Gainesville, Florida, Sisters Restaurant is a popular breakfast and brunch joint that bodes an impressive menu. My mother has told me repeatedly to try this place because her friend from work is in love with it, so I decided to do a little research on its reviews and background first.
Too often, people neglect to read the nutrition labels on certain foods and end up eating five times the recommended serving size. Individuals will assume that something is “healthy” just based on what they’ve heard or on who eats it; unfortunately, these people are mistaken. If you are one of them, take notes on these mini food lessons that will provide some guidance as to what is healthy, what isn’t and how much of it you should be eating.
While the typical mash-up would consist of a mix between "Lights" by Ellie Goulding and "Call Me Maybe"by Carly Rae Jepsen, the hybrid theme has now extended into the food industry. Imagine putting two of the most delicious things together into one edible creation. Sounds pretty delectable, right? It may seem difficult to think of such ideas, but we have some new and upcoming examples that will make all your food fantasies come true.
It’s Saturday morning in The Swamp. Tailgates are already set up, corn hole has commenced and traffic is outrageous. Can you guess what day it is? That’s right, it’s game day.
All of the buzz this past March in Gainesville was a new sushi restaurant, but not just any ordinary place; one where you could customize your own sushi rolls and bowls. People love freedom and having options, so naturally, How Do You Roll quickly grew in popularity upon opening. Although creating your own meal here can be exciting, it can also be stressful and for those indecisive eaters, it gets aggravating. If you don’t know what to order or what constitutes a delicious sushi roll, just take a look at these combinations for some inspiration:
With the season of sweaters and falling leaves rapidly approaching, there is one thing on our minds: pumpkin. This flavor that dominates the fall season not only makes us feel like it is a little cooler outside, but it also makes food that much more exciting. As numerous restaurants premiere their pumpkin-flavored goodies, the options are endless and can be a bit overwhelming; furthermore, you need a guide and that guide is right here! Follow these helpful tips the next time you are craving a pumpkin inspired treat to avoid overindulgence.
From popping bottles of champagne in hotel rooms to showering gallons of Jameson Irish Whiskey on its manager’s head and a nightclub floor, electronic dance music trio Krewella has been making good on its guarantee to make fans wet, one song at a time.
UF-based electronic duo Bells and Robes wrote its first EP with an extraterrestrial odyssey in mind.
Eleven different competitions, hundreds of gaming consoles and more than 10,000 feet of cord filled the Reitz Union Grand Ballroom on Monday evening for the second GatorLAN 2012 video game tournament.
Gainesville residents gathered at Thornebrook Village and Millhopper Square on Friday for an evening of cheese spreads, chocolate wine and creativity at the Uptown Art Hop.
The Hawaiian shirt-wearing employees of Trader Joe’s will greet Gainesville residents at the end of the semester.
A steel skeleton towered about 50 feet over the field of Ben Hill Griffin Stadium on Wednesday.