GLOB is an acronym for Gainesville’s Lunch Out Blog, an acronym that I’m hoping -- with your help -- will become a staple in the ever-continuing discussion among folks in Gainesville about “What’s for lunch?” If you don't know where to submit your comment you can include your posting below.
The GLOB encourages users to analyze, comment on and even challenge Gainesville's Lunch Out Blog articles, reviews and multimedia features.
Thanks again . . . and Bon Lunch!
Mike Sanford, Editor,
Gainesville’s Lunch Out Blog
Nancy Monday, 21 November 2016 10:55 Comment Link
Alex, you should put this post on fb under "Gainesville Word of Mouth" probably would get the word out better for you. Good luck
jack langdon Sunday, 20 November 2016 10:15 Comment Link
Mike....sorry to read that you have to go back to the needle....I have a beautiful granddaughter Alyssa who is now 17 and has had type 1 since diagnosed at 9 years old and is on her pump ( or injections depending on her athletic activities...swimming, horse backing) and will be for life ....just hope you know how important you are to your friends and those of us who anxiously await the glob five days a week....keep the faith !!!!!! j.
- Jack A. Langdon
Chaya Wednesday, 26 October 2016 11:18 Comment Link
Busy week for ChayaVeda, Yoga class today and every Wednesday, 5:30-6:45pm at the Santa Fe College Center for Innovation, and the ChayaVeda Transformative Wellness Program at UF Health tomorrow at 5:30pm. I hope many people will take advantage of these community group offerings to learn about my unique Ayurvedic approach to healthcare and wellness and stay tuned for information about the opening of The ChayaVeda Integrative Healing Arts Studio, Gainesville's first community Ayurvedic Clinic for an Ayurvedic approach to healthcare and wellness and the art and science of living well. http://www.chayaveda.com
Debra B Tuesday, 06 September 2016 11:10 Comment Link
I think you should stick to your 3 restaurant rule limit and let Chipotle go... :-)
Kathleen Walston Pagan Tuesday, 06 September 2016 10:01 Comment Link
Maybe you can add a link to your page for "GLOB" listings in Gainesville Food Deserts. So for instance if there is a new place in areas that are on the USDA map for food deserts (online here-http://www.ers.usda.gov/data/fooddesert) , you will be informing persons in these areas (as well as the larger area, since hopefully the businesses will succeed). Win-win? In fact the new Chipotle location is not shown as a food desert, and the campus location at least does a robust business so may not need GLOB promotion.
Jane A Thursday, 01 September 2016 20:30 Comment Link
As always, I have enjoyed tremendously from the rain music, the the corn cooking, the sugar recommendations, and the weather underground. You have a fine mind GLOB Master. It is such a pleasure that you offer us this GLOB service. J
Connie Doby Thursday, 30 June 2016 11:20 Comment Link
Good morning Glob guy, Mr. Mike Sanford. I think the most beautiful tree in Gainesville is a Southern Red Cedar, located at the corner of SW 3rd Ave. and SW 10th St.., however I may be a little bias because the tree was planted there by the City of Gainesville to honor the volunteers that was awarded the 2016 Albert Massey volunteer award winners, which included my husband. So this will be my pick.
Jackie Betz Wednesday, 29 June 2016 12:35 Comment Link
Hi Mike. The most beautiful tree is the magnolia grandiflora just outside my kitchen window. I bought this tree in 2006 for $5. It was root-bound and sickly looking. I planted it, nurtured it, and this week it bloomed for the first time! Ten years of nurturing this little tree has given me joy! Your pal, Jackie Betz
Kathleen Walston Pagan Wednesday, 29 June 2016 10:03 Comment Link
I think a most beautiful tree in Gainesville is the oak on the NW corner of the Thomas Center Lawn, with limbs branching out to shade a large area so people can enjoy the area even on a very hot day.
michele Thursday, 16 June 2016 22:52 Comment Link
After reading your review of The Clock, I went to their website. And there began my befuddlement. You say they are open 24 hours daily, heading your article as such, and mentioning it as a place to go after the bars close. However, on The Clock's website, they list closing hours at 10:00 weekdays. 10:30 weekend nights. Which is it? On a personal note, I went by there about 2 months ago at 11 p.m., and found them closed.