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Country music band, Rascal Flatts, will make an appearance in Gainesville on Sept. 29.
Song lyrics can often provide the listener with an insight into the nature of the artist writing them.
According to a press release from Pat Lavery of Glory Days Presents!, Double Down Live, located at 210 SW Second Ave., is changing its name to HIGH DIVE. Everything about the music venue including, music variety, staff and ownership will stay the same. Even the logo is similar to the original.
Picture this, you start a fundraiser. In 15 days you raise $4,500, but you set your goal at $9,600. If you don’t raise the full $9,600, you get nothing, zero, goose egg.
The smell of sweat and body odor lingers in the small two-room record store. Boxes are in piles strewn about the floor, and a dusty P.A. system rests in the corner, waiting to be used.
In a room with only the noise of a buzzing tattoo gun, conversations formulate out of thin air.
John Pinckard, alumnus of the UF School of Theatre and Dance, helped produce “Clybourne Park.” The play won a Pulitzer Prize in 2011 for drama and took home “Best Play” at the Tony Awards Sunday night.
Man Man, a five-piece, multi-instrumental, experimental band from Philadelphia will be performing in Gainesville next week. They are known for their bizarre antics and energy on stage.
The summer is an interesting time in Gainesville. About 40,000 students are gone, and the town seems to slow down. The Hippodrome Theatre takes advantage of this relaxing time to entertain the city with its annual summer musical.
There was a sea of purple. Jiggling, swaying, jumping and shaking. Waiting for the woman on stage to command them. The woman was Margie Weiss, mother of Rachel Morningstar Hoffman.
UF is now requiring students receiving financial aid to sign up for direct deposit.
Grocery shopping is about to change in Gainesville.
The convenience of Netflix will now cost members a pretty penny.
Although Gainesville is 3,000 miles away from the west coast, where radiation is expected to first make landfall in the continental U.S., local health food stores are sold out of potassium iodide.