On a hilltop about 3.5 miles from Silver Springs, Fort King once served as a buffer between settlers moving to the territory of Florida and the Native Americans who called the land their home.
Men arrived in tailcoats and top hats, while women wore flapper dresses embellished with beads, sequins and fringe — a sight that hasn’t been seen since the Hacienda Hotel’s glory days.
Rippling like the water below it, the roof restoration at Newton Perry Underwater Theatre at Weeki Wachee State Park is bringing back a part of old Florida.
The University Athletic Association announced plans on Wednesday to build an indoor football practice facility.
Craft beer lovers can soon rejoice as Swamp Head Brewery moves to a larger location.
Homegrown acoustic folk trio, The Currys, is set to perform at the Thomas Center on Wednesday.
The customer is not always right in Thomas Puketza’s play, “Work is Cheap,” starring three UF theater students.
There will be one less car on locals’ daily commutes this week.
Locals will have the chance to crawl through space and time as part of a new addition to the Florida Museum of Natural History’s Starry Night on Friday.