Recent UF alumnus Josh McLawhorn bested 400 competitors to win first place with his short film “Almost Ready” in Nikon’s nationwide Everyday Cinema video contest last week.
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The Alachua County Commission will vote Tuesday to accept or deny a $2 million grant awarded to Alachua County Fire Rescue.
Using an interactive U.S. map that’s circulating on Facebook, Time magazine released “America’s Mood Map,” classifying regions of the U.S. by personality traits. Some Gainesville residents, however, are reacting skeptically to the concept of personifying geography.
This past weekend, “The Little Mermaid” hit the big — and now the little — screen.
With a nod to health concerns and latest fads, authentic mom-and-pop staples are conforming to sleek and retro bistro styles. But change isn’t always a good thing, some Gainesville residents say.
On Monday, Facebook rolled out two new interfaces that will make the social media platform more public. By collecting valuable feedback, it’s becoming more like Twitter, some locals say.
Some Gainesville residents doubt the effectiveness of an Alabama-based organization’s initiative to give up to $50,000 to Jewish families who agree to move to a Southern state. The campaign is aimed at preserving Judaism in a region that’s not predominantly Jewish.