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Past articles by Nicole:

It’s another big, busy weekend

The weekend is again loaded with an array of events, including the Orange & Blue Debut spring game, the 46th annual Santa Fe College Spring Arts Festival, a UF time capsule opening, the spring parade of homes, a new play at the Hippodrome, the Tioga Car Show, the vet school open house and much more. → Read More

Another weekend teeming with things to do

The weekend returns with another wealth of things to do in Gainesville and surrounding areas. → Read More

Paintings the blind can feel, touch and understand

The group listened intently while a tour guide at the Harn Museum of Art read aloud a description of an impressionist painting hanging on the wall. → Read More

Spring arrives with a full slate of weekend activities

Friday marks the first day of spring, and with it comes a weekend chock-full of festivals, concerts and fundraisers in and around Gainesville. The weather forecast calls for a chance of rain Saturday and Sunday, but don’t let a few clouds deter you from having a fun time. → Read More

Cycling event to benefit ElderCare of Alachua County

Cyclists can take a scenic bike ride while benefiting Alzheimer’s patients and their caregivers Saturday at the ninth annual Ride to Remember. → Read More

The digital Girl Scout cookie has arrived

Girl Scout cookies have gone digital. → Read More

Institute to launch youth mentoring initiative

Gainesville's Institute for Workforce Innovation is recruiting entrepreneurs, business professionals and community leaders to serve in a mentoring program for Project YouthBuild students. → Read More

Collectors ready to display their treasures

When Kim Frank first informs people that he collects fans, he usually receives a lackluster reaction. → Read More

Reducing, reusing and recycling for the holidays

‘Twas the weekend after Christmas, and the tell-tale signs of the whirlwind of shopping, cooking and gift-giving is what ends up in the trash. → Read More

25th annual pond lighting scheduled for Friday

More than 75,000 lights will illuminate the Duck Pond at North Florida Regional Medical Center on Friday at the 25th Annual Pond Lighting. → Read More

These organizations could use your help

A toy under the Christmas tree. A blanket to shield from the cold. Something to eat for dinner. A safe place to sleep. → Read More