Archive for August, 2012

Movie Sundays: Our Top Ten 90s RomComs

Posted on 20. Aug, 2012 by .

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It’s Sunday, you finished the chores early, everyone is down for a nap (but you), it’s dark and raining outside…so what’s next? How about a movie? But not just any movie, I’m talking about the sigh-worthy, rom-coms of yesteryear filled with plucky, witty leading women and cute, ambitious, khaki-sporting men who sweep them off their […]

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Video of Gator Marching Band in London

Posted on 08. Aug, 2012 by .

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We couldn’t be prouder of our University of Florida Gator Marching Band. They are the first-ever, non-British marching band to perform at The Mall in front of Buckingham Palace and the only American band in attendance at the Olympic games. Here’s a glimpse of their adventures from the 2012 London Olympics – INCLUDING welcoming First […]

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Review: 101 downtown’s new dining concept

Posted on 07. Aug, 2012 by .

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I remember my first visit to 101 Downtown in 2008. It was a friend’s 30th birthday; the place was dripping with style, swanky martinis and a very thoughtful variety of dishes. Their mission then was to bring a new, fine dining atmosphere to downtown Gainesville – high quality dishes without the high prices. They accomplished […]

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Architecture and Fine Arts Library

Posted on 06. Aug, 2012 by .

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Interesting study areas, inspiring volumes, and a hideaway location. The Architecture and Fine Arts Library (also known as AFA) at the University of Florida is a great hideaway for higher learning. Across from our CMC property The Courtyards and wedged between Little Hall and the Architecture Lawn in Fine Arts Building A, The AFA Library […]

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