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For two decades, Gainesville pride festivals were a constant. But the COVID-19 pandemic has since halted the in-person celebration.
In the span of two minutes, UF students across Gainesville ask themselves one of the most philosophical questions any 20-something has ever considered: What does it mean to ‘be real’?
Brownie Guy, a Gainesville staple, is closing its doors Monday following the death of its owner, Chris DeVeau Sept. 5.
Red-tinted bulbs illuminate The Hippodrome Theatre, igniting a buzz of excitement on preview night. An open-book sculpture sits atop a white podium in the building’s art gallery.
Detailing angst, passion and agonizing fear, flipturn’s debut album “Shadowglow” concludes with a numb closing statement in its final track: “Keep walking.”
Several Republican politicians have spoken out about alleged voter suppression at select voting precincts in Alachua County during Tuesday’s primary election.