Before she left her home, Parinee Mitchell lugged all of her furniture to the second story of her house and wrapped her car in a plastic tarp, being careful to seal each open edge. Then she said her final goodbyes to her possessions, hoping it wasn't the last time she would see them.
It's the last chapter. The climax has come and gone. The characters have filled their roles, and the book is nearly finished.
Growing up in an area that caters to college students can put a damper on the childhood fun of Halloween. That's why Campus Diplomats is hosting "Haunted Housing" today from 6 to 9 p.m. at Maguire Field.
It may not be the Cannes Film Festival, but Gainesville residents will soon have the chance to claim their place in the world of independent filmmaking.
As the almost $2 million they had set aside began depreciating, Bill and Robbie Hedges were not worried about losing money but concerned about how to give more.
The voice that rang throughout the Curtis M. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, singing with the passion and pain that accompanies opera, told a story. However, this story was not one about young love or tragic death but one of survival.
There is a lot more to Gainesville than Gators football, and a local company wants to give Alachua County residents a chance to express it.