American Eagle Airlines may get its chance to fly on its own after AMR corporation is expected to sell it off. American Eagle will still able to maintain a carrier relationship with American Airlines but also be able to be a carrier flight for other airlines as well as stand on its own. American Eagle Airlines spokesman Ed Martelle says this will not change any flights out of Gainesville Regional Airport.
American Eagle Airlines may fly solo after being sold off
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Off The Griddle is one of the food trucks in Gainesville that provide alternative dining options. Michael Musoke, owner of Off The Griddle, said the trucks cost between $20,000 to $100,000, which is less than it would to open and maintain a restaurant.
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Local restaurants reaped the benefits following the growth of Gainesville’s food truck culture. Wholly BBQ Café and Cimplify use their proximity to food truck rally locations as ways to competitively increase their customer numbers during events.
A memorial for Josh Greenberg, the co-founder of music streaming service Grooveshark, was held Friday evening at the Phillips Center. He was found dead in his home July 19.