After more than three months of closure for repairs, Zeezenia International Market is set to reopen its doors to the public Friday.
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For Gainesville residents who want to make tteokbokki, pancit, biryani or huǒguō, ingredients can be hard to find. Asian markets provide what several common U.S. grocery chains can’t: authentic flavor and, for many, comfort food.
As the last note played and the crowd began to simmer, a quick moment of silence turned into a stampede as the audience moved from the “see” stage to the “saw” stage, chatting excitedly about the act to come.
TikTok is a hub for a variety of creative content — trendy dances and memes are usual suspects for video topics. Lately, though, the social media algorithm has thrown midterm election coverage into the mix of videos that pop up on users’ For You pages.
Sprinklings of mustard plants and wildflowers poke out from the tall grass in a plot of land behind a row of houses next to the Porters Community Center.
The glaring sun and 85-degree heat did not stop the nearly 40 people who came to see “Blackademics,” one of the latest productions from UF Performing Arts Driveway Theatre Project Saturday.
Susan Browder stared with a solemn gaze at the crowd Sunday at Citizens Field. She held a picture of her 29-year-old daughter, Sarah, smiling in a black dress. Sarah was shot and killed by an abusive partner in 2012 in North Carolina.
Makasia Purdy, 14, lost her 13-year-old friend, Christopher Scott, at a party in June 2021.
The A. Quinn Jones Museum and Cultural Center partnered with the UF Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere to host two back-to-back events: one virtual event celebrating music and one in-person event celebrating Black artistry.
Nine pairs of tiny hands grabbed spatulas and flipped over their freshly made creations: grilled cheese and pizza rolls.
The Gainesville City Commission has canceled its plans to put a Bravo Supermarket on the empty lot on Hawthorne Road, leaving many East Gainesville residents grounded in a food desert.
Interim Gainesville City Manager Cynthia Curry fired three assistant city managers and appointed Gainesville Police Department Chief Tony Jones to take their places on Monday.
Gainesville resident Vaughn Littrup, 69, and his wife, Jan Wade-Littrup, 63, take every opportunity to swing dance whenever they hear jazz music.
Sabrina Obando, a 22-year-old UF graduate from Miami, was killed after being hit by a pickup truck on Tuesday at a crosswalk in the intersection of Northwest 8th Avenue and Northwest 10th Street.
Gainesville commemorated victims of transphobic violence at a candlelight vigil for International Transgender Day of Remembrance Saturday.
The Black Voters Matter organization held a special event to encourage city community members’ participation in the Gainesville City Commission special election.
The city of Gainesville unveiled a new historical marker to commemorate Black individuals who were victims of post-Reconstruction lynching.