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.
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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.
Two UF students have been targeted by phone scammers claiming to be holding their family members hostage in the past month, according to a University Police public bulletin.
The pancreas transplant program at UF&Shands has reopened and is accepting patients.
An unidentified man who robbed a woman south of campus Sunday night is still at large, according to Gainesville Police.
Paper tombstones hung from the walls of La Casita on Thursday, but it wasn’t because of Halloween.
For Taylor Nones, getting money to redecorate her apartment started with an iPhone photo of her friend’s messy room.
Illegally loud music, skintight fashion and the ever-present scent of Pabst Blue Ribbon invaded the streets of Gainesville this weekend.
Frankie Muniz performed in Gainesville on Sunday, but he wasn’t the star of this show.
A team including four UF grads released a pocket-sized protein shake this week.
The crowd screamed for Zoe Jakes before it could see her.
Consul General of Israel to Florida and Puerto Rico, Chaim Shacham, spoke at UF Hillel on Monday about politics in what he called “one of the toughest neighborhoods in the world.”
When Jason Alexander was greeted by applause at UF Hillel on Wednesday afternoon, he wasn’t sure if the crowd was clapping for him or his full head of hair.
Angelos Barmpoutis doesn’t want distance to keep students from sharing a classroom.
UF is among more than 100 U.S. and international universities that had records and account information leaked Monday by an anonymous group of computer hackers called Team GhostShell.
Before Will Claye ran like his brother, he walked like him.