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Amy Stuart


Florida Alligator
THE AVENUE  |  LIFESTYLE

Book is Holy Grail to living cheaply

"Broke-Ass" Stuart Schuffman is not afraid to call you out. He uses every curse word in the book. He offends you for your bad spending habits and bluntly calls you a dumbass for your idiotic purchases. But, while you might feel insecure about your latest buy or offended by his ridicule, his book, "Young, Broke and Beautiful: Broke-Ass Stuart's Guide to Living Cheaply," is the Holy Grail for college students.

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11 p.m.

Will Walker, 36, faces patrons at the Midnight Cafe & Bar Wednesday evening and sings sea shanties, traditional work songs sung by laboring sailors. The venue attracts sea shanty singers every first Wednesday of the month and features two-for-one wine.

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10 a.m.

Professor Maureen Turim, second from the right, speaks to her film montage class at the Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art on Wednesday morning, comparing the artwork on display to films the group viewed in class.

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Stop and Stare

Faezeh Behzadnejad, 28, of New Jersey, browses “Kongo Across the Waters” Thursday at the Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art. The exhibit features archaeological discoveries and contemporary art.

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Pumpkin Buddies

UF criminology freshman Deirdre Pearsall, 18, helps Gainesville resident Chris Brown, 34, decorate a pumpkin for the party hosted by Best Buddies at the Broward Hall Basement on Wednesday evening.

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Peaceful Paths

Expressions Learning Arts Academy drama teacher Scot Davis stands with elementary school students at the Unity Day March and Vigil for Peace on Tuesday afternoon. The event, which started at the corner of University Avenue and 13th Street, advocated against bullying and domestic violence.

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Point of Concern

Ariel Levites, a 13-year-old, fences at Unified Training Center for Fencers Club Gainesville on Tuesday. Members are training for a competition.

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Keyed Up

Southern Oregon University student Nic Temple, 19, performs “Transcendental” Etude No. 7, “Eroica” at the 2013 UF International Piano Festival on Monday.  

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Posters for Cards

Students for a Democratic Society members hold signs Friday by University Avenue and 13th Street. They demanded Florida driver’s licenses for undocumented people and legalization for all immigrants.

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