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Crystals hold different meanings for Sandra Romero and Saul Flores.
From burgers to po’boys, nachos to French fries, Goldie’s Burgers is bringing another food option to Gainesville’s Depot Park.
Chalked in vibrant colors on the sidewalks of Gainesville are the words: “Are you single? Let’s go to a hotel now.” “Nice green hair. Would love to pull on it.” “Blow that whistle, baby.”
After nearly a year of pandemic-related setbacks, Sus Hi Eatstation finally sees a light at the end of the tunnel.
Gainesville Herbal Aid is partnering with GRACE Grows to bring herbal education and medicine to the local homeless community.
For 22-year-old UF graduates Ashayla Blakely and Alena Drake, what started as creating reel content for future employers in October 2020 is now an ongoing web series on YouTube.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been a force of change across the globe, bringing about new health standards, new work atmospheres and new hobbies.
A familiar treat to some and a new treat to others, Jeremiah’s Italian Ice is finding its way into the Gainesville community.
A new local business is bringing a casual wine and dine experience to Gainesville.
From picnics to art markets, bouquets to sweet treats, Gainesville’s small businesses are providing ways for everyone in the community to celebrate Valentine’s Day.
Ernesto Maranje turned a racquetball court’s blank wall into a mural that embodies Gainesville’s natural environment.
UF alumna Saneh Ste. Claire went from receiving a Bachelor’s to receiving the opportunity to join the reality TV show “The Bachelor.”
Christopher DiScenza uses thousands of volts of electricity to make art.
The Forum is back with new music after a year-long hiatus.
Two vintage markets are bringing creators to the local Gainesville community for their first events of the year this weekend.
From sustainable mask designs to masks with matching bandanas for pets, Gainesville’s small businesses offer creative ways to stay safe this Spring.