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I celebrated my first ever Pride in Gainesville.
Bookworms be aware: Alachua County Library District is offering curbside service for residents renewing or signing up for a library card.
The brisk winds on University Avenue did not deter dozens of Gainesville residents from gathering to support local vendors Saturday.
The Hails will be returning to Gainesville on Friday after spending several months touring.
Professional wrestlers and wrestling fans from across the country will come together Sunday for FEST Wrestling’s biggest show of the year: We Are Family!!
Put on your rainbow apparel and get ready for a weekend filled with Pride events as Gainesville offers an array of activities geared toward the LGBTQ+ community.
Thirty people gathered at the Civic Media Center on Sunday for good music and home-grown plants.
Stereo RV will continue to foster a community which connects with their deeply human music as they play their first headlining gig at the Heartwood Soundstage on Oct. 27.
“It was all my fault,” said Jesse Frimmel, the drummer for Arrows in Action.
The Civic Media Center hosted its first open mic of the semester last week, focusing on Afrofuturism.
When Jane Medved was in second grade, she drew a crayon portrait of a woman at an easel with the words, “I want to be an artist.”
Damon Fowler will take the stage of the High Dive Sunday evening as he brings his Whiskey Bayou Session Tour to Gainesville.
The new flagship band of Gainesville’s student-run music label Swamp Records is joining the ranks of prominent artists in the local music scene such as The Forum and The Savants of Soul.
Joey Briggs had three weeks to quit his job, obtain travel visas and say his goodbyes before he embarked on a 100-day journey across the world.