Grade A Productions made international stars out of rap artists like Juice WRLD and The Kid LAROI. The U.S. production company’s next big name could be one of UF’s own.
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Nirvana, black eyeshadow and angst are all the rage in Gotham.
Visitors to the Historic Thomas Center perused the wide array of paintings, drawings, photography and ceramics on display this week through an exhibition. However, this week’s exhibit was not created by a single artist — it was a collection of works from K-12 students in Alachua County Public Schools.
For many Gainesville Swifties, their Saturday night went all too well.
*Warning: spoilers will be included*
After a shoutout from DJ Khaled and a viral post on TikTok, a Gainesville singer is moving forward with a new project.
Moshing, head-bumping and crowd-surfing can be found in Gainesville with the band Red Letter Day.
Nostalgia surrounded the stage as audience members were dressed in their favorite Y2K fashion.
Butler Esplanade’s newest business will satisfy your sweet tooth.
Michael Myers, the only man that knows how to cheat death, is back, again.
The first Asian-led Marvel movie has made its introduction into the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Studio 8H has some competition because a new sketch comedy show has come to UF. But instead of it airing on Saturday night, it’s Sunday night.
This year, Gainesville’s student-run arts and culture magazine, Rowdy Magazine, hosted a viewing party for the fashion world’s equivalent of the Oscars, the Met Gala.
The University of Florida’s new finance club is cracking the code to the mysterious world of cryptocurrency and its place in society.
The Trailblazers: 150 Years of Alachua County Women exhibit highlights the stories and accomplishments of eleven women from Alachua County. The women highlighted include Daphne Duval Williams, Sarah Hamilton Matheson, Dr. Sarah Lucretia Robb, Marjorie Harris Carr, Vivian Washington Filer, Judith Brown, Margaret Tebeau, Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, Clara Backus Floyd Gehan, Mary Etta Hancock Cubberly, and Emmaline Hardy Buchholz.
Twenty-two years after the release of the 1999 teen romcom “She's All That,” a modern spin on the cult classic has been released, the gender-swapped title ironically called “He's All That.”
The wait is over for Gator and football enthusiasts: Spurrier’s Gridiron Grille has officially kicked off.
After months of anticipation, legendary Head Ball Coach Steve Spurrier’s newest play off the field, Spurrier’s Gridiron Grille and Visor’s rooftop bar is ready for its kick-off opening.
Musical theatre and horror fans started their fall festivities early with High Dive’s July run of “Rocky Horror Picture Show.”