Managing their newly opened retro clothing and beauty store, Ingenue Avenue, and their two-year-old cupcake bakery, Sarkara Sweets Cafe, takes up so much of their time they have little room for much else on their schedules.
Not many artists can say they have had Jack White as a critic.
For some, it’s a simple click of a button. You hover the arrow over “buy,” click and music is immediately downloaded to your computer and transferred to your iPod where you can hear it instantaneously.
Whether you are a beer aficionado, occasionally indulge your inner Sam Adams or just want an excuse to booze, American Craft Beer Week kicked off Monday to celebrate the masterful hop-barley-yeast concoction — aka fun in a bottle.
On Saturday, the Atlanta punk band, best known for its druggy, unfiltered lyrics and wild stage antics, lived up to its reputation during a sold-out set at The Back Yard in downtown Gainesville.
Every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night, thousands of people flock to downtown Gainesville’s bar scene. Students and locals alike cram into watering holes for many reasons: to socialize with friends, to look for romance, to dance and, let’s face it, to drink.
While electronic cigarettes are advertised as a healthier alternative to cigarettes containing smoke, UF and the American Lung Association oppose them despite their claim to be better on lungs and the environment.