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March 31, 1978: Lums, a restaurant that used to be at 1621 SW 13th St., offers a deal of two eggs, two strips of bacon or hash browns and toast for 99 cents. It also offers a deal of a quarter–pound burger, fries and a beer or a soda for $1.50. Cedar River Seafood & Oyster Bar is in that location now.
Since the 1990s, Trey Parker and Matt Stone have made their buck throwing everything from the sacred to the unmentionable under the comedic bus. They have taken on topics ranging from Scientology to the Shake Weight and everything else in between.
MTV will hold an open casting call Saturday to find seven or eight strangers to stop being polite and start getting real for season 26 of “The Real World.”
Barb Thomas is happy to welcome both friends and strangers into her yellow 1976 Ford Maverick.
March 20, 1964: Albert II, the alligator mascot of UF, is “gatornapped.” University police find the gate still locked and a hole cut through the fencing at the top of his pen. A few days later, campus police receive reports of a 7-foot alligator chained to a flagpole on Florida State University’s campus.
After the pitch pipe buzzed, toes tapped to the sound of harmonious voices that carried new renditions of well-known melodies.
The space shuttle Discovery took its final voyage Thursday to the International Space Station.
Crossword puzzle fans have the chance to show off their skills and compete against others all for a good cause at the Fifth Annual North Florida Crossword Puzzle Tournament this Saturday.
The GRE will be replaced with a revised version Aug. 1, adding new question types and an extra hour to the test’s length.
A reduction in government spending could also reduce UF faculty retirement benefits.