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When the story of an elderly man crossing six lanes of busy traffic on his motorized scooter reached Glenda Thomas, she was alarmed.
Music runs through Grant Schaffer’s veins.
They can count on one hand the number of times they’ve played together, but regardless, Twin Suns are ready to rock.
A pair of comedy icons will make their second of two virtual appearances via the Hippodrome Theatre Saturday.
If there’s a pile of items sitting untouched in a dusty corner of your house, now might be the time to rummage through the rubble.
Over the next three months, the city of Alachua will be an open market for live music, local vendors and family fun.
It’s not a phase, Mom — it’s a COVID-safe celebration of all things pop punk.
In her latest single, “Solita,” Marianella Rojas proclaims, “Canto lo que vivo, vivo lo que siento” – “I sing what I live, I live what I feel.”
If they relish the opportunity to make people smile, are ready for life on the road and bring a smile that sizzles like a hot dog fresh off the grill, some UF students could end up the lucky winners – or, in this case, wieners.
If all the world’s a stage, then Gainesville is no exception.
Gainesville’s longest-running concert series may not congregate on Bo Diddley Community Plaza this year, but that won’t stop it from showcasing local Black artists.
Grab your game cards and all of your extra tickets — good, clean fun has officially arrived in Gainesville.
The chance to see a parrotfish in person is usually reserved for a trip to the aquarium, but if you head to High Dive tonight, you might be lucky enough to catch a glimpse.
It must be a little unsettling, conversing with a robot.
Local vendors spent Saturday serving up some drive-by deliciousness, all for a charitable cause.
Some of Gainesville’s central businesses occupy the beauty and wellness sector, a community defined by care and craftsmanship.
Local music’s best-kept secret might be right down the road.
If you ask Satchel Raye about himself, he’ll tell you he’s just Satch – the guy who sells pizzas.
High Dive’s first show of the year is making use of both the screen and the stage.