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Gainesville is going to get a little bit funnier Friday night when comedian Eric André stops into town to play two shows at the High Dive.
A UF student and local app creators have collaborated to form a bar crawl through Midtown to catch Pokemon on Friday night.
High Dive will celebrate the second annual Art Attack on Friday night with art, music and possibly a mermaid.
Gainesville’s Hippodrome State Theatre will celebrate Pride Night and raise funds for victims of the Pulse Orlando shooting with its show Friday.
The Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art has welcomed the photography of an internationally famous woman with its new “Mirror, Mirror… Portraits of Frida Kahlo” exhibition.
Calling vintage lovers of all ages.
At 3 a.m., as the rest of the world sleeps, Lisa Unger is up at her desk writing her next New York Times bestselling novel.
What happens at Boca Fiesta stays at Boca Fiesta.
UF and Elsevier, a journal publishing company, are collaborating to allow more direct access to UF researchers’ final publications.
To end the first week of Summer classes, The Jam is bringing music and free beer to town.
352walls has given downtown Gainesville its latest touch. Now, the city is celebrating its improved walls with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
The Gainesville music scene is getting a taste of Nashville.
After a year of production, local author Terri Depue will host a book signing for her first novel, “Blooms: A Magnolia Creek Novel.”
UF and Santa Fe College students picked up trash around Gainesville on Monday.
UF is celebrating Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy.
Natasha Payton spent the weekend handing out cookies.