So no one told you life would bring you “Friends” on the silver platter that is Netflix. All 238 episodes of the decade-old sitcom came with the New Year, and it even has Central Perk frequent visitors reliving the highlights: the will-they-won’t-they Ross and Rachel; the fan-favorite, sarcastic Chandler; and, oh my God, don’t forget Janice. For those of you unconvinced to watch it again, might I remind you that you don’t have to wait for reruns or get up after every sixth episode to change the DVD in the box set. Whether you’re reliving the ‘90s for the umpteenth time or experiencing it for the first time, here’s a drinking game to take you from opening song to ending credits.
Bibliophiles everywhere can recognize “Call me Ishmael” as one of the most famous first sentences in literature. But a new project is taking that opening line from “Moby-Dick” and giving it a modern twist.
Internet buffering may soon be a thing of the past for select Gainesville apartment communities.
Due to legal loopholes on both federal and state levels, unpaid interns can’t sue for sexual harassment from employers. But that could change with attention a recent case is attracting, UF experts say.
The United States doesn’t have as many highly skilled adults as other countries, but younger generations could break the trend.
The boardwalk at Spyglass Apartments under which a shovel was found matching the description of the type Pedro Bravo bought at Wal-Mart. It had adhesive residue where the sticker would have been and two different types of soil.