Red-and-white mailboxes reading “North Pole Express” will be placed throughout Gainesville for the next week to collect letters for Santa Claus.
Jess Hardy and Katherine Triplett met while working at a primate sanctuary.
A panel of four street artists from across the country spoke to a crowd of about 20 people Tuesday at the Civic Media Center, discussing how their murals have changed the fabrics of urban communities.
West University Avenue resembled a moving rainbow Saturday afternoon, with hundreds of people carrying colorful flags as they marched for LGBTQ+ pride.
After coauthoring a biography about Grammy-award-winning soul singer Curtis Mayfield — whose music influenced the civil rights movement — a UF alumnus will sign copies of his recently published book today.
For parents grieving the loss of a child, a Gainesville woman is offering support.
Carly Breitbart / Alligator One-third of the treatment center’s 21 current residents participated in the race. AJ Tatum, the founder of the nonprofit Active For Recovery, said he organized the race because bicycling helped him beat his own addiction. “It brought more fun to life,” the 32-year-old said. “It kept the adrenaline going instead of being high.”