Transitioning is expensive.
“Mad Men” was truly designed for a drinking game. The end of an era began Sunday. Well, the end of an already-ended era of drinking during work, smoking at your desk, prohibitive glass ceilings and sleeping with your secretary after coming back from buying roses for your wife because you forgot your anniversary. Oh, what an era. The ultimate “Mad Men” drinking game would be to match each person, drink for drink, in the show. But then you’d be sure to die, so here’s a modified version.
Several articles have been written lately regarding whether enrollment of African-American/black students at UF has drastically decreased.
When he was flying in helicopters over the dense, dark jungle of Vietnam for the U.S. Army, Charles Goston learned he cannot wait for truth.
Yvonne Hinson-Rawls loves to stand at Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park and admire the beauty of the land in her district.
Gainesville’s Empowerment Center Oversight Advisory Board discussed Wednesday how to govern the tent city around Grace Marketplace, called Dignity Village, after the city acquires the land from the state in the next few weeks.
City and county commissioners debated intentions for the camping area around Grace Marketplace at a joint meeting Monday afternoon.
Big changes to the downtown plaza will begin over Spring Break.
Gainesville City Commission advanced both a ban on synthetic drugs and a plan for pedestrian access to Northwest Eighth Avenue during Thursday’s meeting.
Rob Castellucci, co-founder of RoomSync and founder of the Gator Salsa Club, proposes to his girlfriend after the end of his talk at TEDxUF on Saturday. “I would go on for a thousand more reasons, but I’m pretty sure my 18 minutes is almost up,” Castellucci said. “Will you marry me?”