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Every year, children across the world count down the seconds until they turn 11 years old. They anxiously look at the clock and cross out every boxed-in calendar day that marks the long-awaited passing of time until they’re finally old enough to attend Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
Hidden away in the middle of the Prairie Creek Lodge Sunday was a mini pride parade— minus the actual parading. With over a dozen different organizations tabling at this event, members of the larger Gainesville community came from all corners of the city to celebrate the LGBTQ community.
As people are getting their costumes together for Halloween festivities, local baristas are armoring up to see whose latte art is the best in town.
Alongside flashing multicolored lights, fog and heavy instrumentals at High Dive added to the crowd’s euphoria Oct. 8. Packed like a can of sardines and unable to contain their excitement, the fervent fan response for The Hails’ headlining return to Gainesville was huge.
Pass by Marston Library and you’ll see the usual suspects: the guy frantically flipping through the blue pages of his Study Edge Packet; the girl chugging her third watermelon Celsius while on the verge of tears; and the freshman sweating bullets trying to understand “Siddhartha,” the hallmark text for UF’s infamous “What Is The Good Life?” course.
The How Bazar will host its last Bazar Á La Carte market Oct. 2 and Oct. 3 as a farewell to the building that housed their outlet for local curators and vintage clothing items.
It was just last year when Satch² (Satch Squared), located at 405 SW Fourth Ave., opened its doors. Opening in the middle of a pandemic, owner Mark Rodriguez had no expectations of how the business would do, but he’s been blown away by the amount of support his new pizza shop has received since.
Just as the world was in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, local houseplant shop Plantstay was preparing to launch into the local Gainesville area.