Area residents eat funnel cakes, listen to bluegrass and browse knick-knacks at the annual Cross Creek Festival. The money raised will go toward new equipment for the Cross Creek Volunteer Fire Department.
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Survivors fended against zombie hordes from Nov. 9-13 on campus in a series of missions to prevent student extinction. Humans versus Zombies ended Sunday when the last student became infected. Surviving UF faculty look to the Zombie Attack Disaster Preparedness Simulation Exercise for guidance.
Dressed in an orange-and-blue tutu and orange Gators bloomers, 2-year-old Vanessa Pearce found herself a new friend at the Homecoming parade.
Children and parents enjoy safe tricks, treats and games at Sorority Row and Shands on October 26th. Halloweeners participated in races, ring toss, bowling, face painting and pumpkin carving festivities.
Gainesville's downtown plaza was decorated with every color of the rainbow Saturday.
Prateek Gahoi took his place in front of the wicket, eyed the fielders circling the pitch and took a good, long look in the eyes of the bowler before raising his bat to swing.
The North Central Florida Chapter of the Sickle Cell Association of Florida hosted a 2k awareness walk on Sept. 24 to raise money for those affected by the disease. The proceeds are to go to research efforts and help pay medical expenses for those who cannot afford the costs.
Marco Razo impacts Gainesville with free art classes every Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the downtown library. His unique style brings new flavor to the surrounding area.