By: Maria Blokhina Winter break is a great time to cuddle under the blanket with a cup of hot chocolate in one hand and the TV remote in another. However, if you get tired of Christmas movies, here are a couple of activities that will continue till the end of December and will give Christmas […]
Behind an organization stands a person of power, the person who leads the team. In the frontlines, leaders uphold the values of their organization and make difficult decisions that propel their organizations to a higher standard.
By: Joshua Klafter As a bustling college town crammed with over 50,000 students, Gainesville is well-known for its bar and clubbing scenes. Whether it be the jam-packed Midtown or varied Downtown, having a good time in the swamp is most commonly associated with drinking. As someone who isn’t yet 21, I, unfortunately, can’t partake in […]
Our artistic director shares her intriguing experiences and refreshed appreciation for museums she has gained since working for one locally.
Our editor-in-chief applies her savvy budgeting habits she honed in NYC to her life in Gainesville.
As we embark on October, and Halloween ebbs closer, here are some spooky legends about Gainesville that lean a little more toward the “wild” side of its history.
By Rachel Kurland Almost 4,000 people, including 100 volunteers, were in attendance for The Color Run on Sept. 27 on Bo Diddley Community Plaza. This lively 5K stops in more than 140 cities, so what makes it so special here in Gainesville? This year, The Color Run partnered with local charities Peaceful Paths and Camp […]
By Tova Miller Proposal videos: They have always been a thing, but lately all I hear about are proposals. I don’t know if it’s because I’m a little further into being twenty-something or if it is because dating sites and dating apps are currently bombarding my life. Scratch that. Bombarding almost every twenty-something’s life. The […]