Author Archives: Sara Drumm
Becky Covington, 34, is a minister working on her master’s degree, taking on another job and dealing with the end of a 10-year relationship. Like anyone else in that situation, she’s seeking a source of strength. And she has found one from a unique source.
Mike Myers, 66, lives in Gainesville and founded Bearded Brothers Solutions, as well as the Repurpose Project, a nonprofit that focuses on finding new uses, especially in art projects or crafts, for old items that he says had “always just been dumped in a hole.”
As the owner and lead tour guide for Adventure Outpost, Lars Andersen makes his living on the area’s waters, knows their histories and intimately understands their geographies. He, like others, are worried.
After almost 50 years of culinary work in France, England and the United States, spending many years in urban centers such as Paris, London and Chicago, often serving high-profile celebrities and socialites, Michel Maloiseau has settled into a blue-gray house with a tiny driveway tucked away on a leafy Gainesville street.
Andy Fass spent three years at the Levin College of Law, learning the language of lawsuits and contracts and court proceedings. He now spends his days chopping and slicing and dicing.
Ann Romney, wife of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, stopped at David’s Real Pit BBQ, 521 NE 23rd Ave., Thursday to speak to a limited crowd as part of a series of campaign stops through Florida.
Country music artist Colt Ford, who is scheduled to perform at the Florida Theater of Gainesville tonight, with doors opening at 8 p.m., spoke to a group of about 20 UF telecommunications students about his experiences in the music business Thursday afternoon.
The new Eternally Edible Landscaping Club at the University of Florida aims to build interactivity in the Student Agricultural Gardens and to get students thinking about organic gardening.
Victor Yengle, once an “undocumented immigrant” himself, devotes his spare time to helping others who feel the alienation of being labeled “illegal” in the country they know as home.
More than 18 hours before the Obama campaign confirmed first lady Michelle Obama would visit the University of Florida, the news seeped out on Twitter and Facebook.