This weekend, hundreds of martial arts competitors ranging in ages and belt colors will converge on Riverside Military Academy's Curtis Hall Gym to push their limits in the Atlantic Pacific Tang Soo Do Foundation's national championships.
Fresh locally produced milk, handpicked fruits and a vanilla-flavored base are all it takes for Jaemor Farms to make its signature peach and strawberry soft serve ice cream year-round.
What does human anatomy have to do with the Sanskrit language? They have two things in common. One, I know nothing about either of them. Two, they are very common in the practice of many forms of yoga.
Jim McBride began writing songs at 12 years old but never dreamed of it becoming his career until 20 years later.
Pizza is a popular meal all year-round, and making the tasty pies can be a treat kids of all ages can enjoy.
Imagine having 300 acres of grass to cut. Add 14 miles of edging around sidewalks, fertilizing, aerating and weed eating to the list and it describes the job of a landscape services worker for the city of Gainesville.
Rahab's Rope mission is simple: Teach women skills to help them find work in their communities in India and prevent them from entering human trafficking.
Singers and nonsingers rejoice as Main Street Gainesville's karaoke summer kickoff is back for a second year.
Fresh food, family recipes and a friendly environment. Those are what makes Stan's Deli so popular with a local crowd.
This is the second in a series of stories about residents who work outdoors in the sun or indoors without air conditioners during the summer months.
By the name, one wouldn't assume Rick's Smokin' Pig BBQ sells award-winning chicken. And the restaurant didn't - until this year.
Originally called the Firecracker Fly-In as part of a Fourth of July celebration, the Experimental Aviation Association Chapter 611's annual Cracker Fly-In event continues to celebrate the history of aircraft.
When one hears the names Abraham Lincoln, Elizabeth Taylor or Dolly Parton, one may first think of the legendary people. For Pam Keene, however, her mind goes to her garden.
Myriam Shuler is bringing a taste of France to Gainesville with signature recipes straight from Nice to local farmers markets.
For the 1 million Americans living with Parkinson's disease and especially those who are responding well to medication, more good news is at hand.
Last weekend, The Rooster's Perch, a local meeting place for people with and without disabilities, opened the doors to a brand-new central location at 210 Bradford St. in Gainesville with hopes of growth for its patrons and the community.
Potatoes are one of the most versatile foods in existence. They can be cooked into hash browns, mashed potatoes, French fries and soups.
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