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A UF alumnus has teamed with "Full House" actor Dave Coulier to create a web series poking fun at '90s celebrities trying to find their way back into the spotlight.
St. Petersburg Times editor Mike Brassfield has a mental manuscript about the do's and don'ts of freelancing from the writers who have approached him.
As a kid growing up in Virginia, Mike Salay always thought if you wanted to be a good skateboarder, you had to have lots of tattoos.
At Bluefield Estate Winery, it's all right if you don't know tannins from tea leaves or a Riesling from a pinot gris. It doesn't matter if you throw your wine back or prefer the see, swirl, sniff, sip and savor method.
Jonathan Palmer-Gilley's dream job is to one day be a dishwasher at Balls Bar.
Tebowing: "To get down on a knee and start praying, even if everyone else around you is doing something completely different."
Don't tell Kelsey Tainsh there's something she can't do.
He once had a dream. Today, he stands 30-feet-tall, peering over the hurdles he tried to overcome before he died 43 years ago.
September 14, 1962 - UF traffic officials say parking on campus is not a problem. One official notes two lots behind Hume and Rawlings halls, which, he says, are filled to 25 percent of capacity on most days. For any parking inconveniences, he points to students who prefer to park in already overflowing lots.
One was training a new patrol officer at the corner of 13th Street and University Avenue. Another was on her breakfast break.
Joe Durando watched as people mingled around his vegetable stand - a girl cradling a white kitten while singing "Hound Dog" and a young couple holding hands nearby - on his first day back to the Union Street Farmers Market.
Hot off a remark she made Sunday in Sarasota about drilling in the Everglades, Michele Bachmann said she was "aghast" at the notion that she was taken out of context.