As Lizzie Robinson Jenkins reached across the room for the frayed and discolored copy of “Through the Green Gate,” a decades-old hand-me-down book from her childhood, she slowly pulled the cover back until the delicate typography revealed an important phrase.
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There’s no fancy catering or formalwear — but it’s still Alachua County’s ultimate watch party.
Instead of its classic production of timeless theater hits, The Hippodrome Theatre has its eyes on operating room romance and fast food joints this weekend.
Spoilers follow for the film Don’t Worry Darling
The Hippodrome Theatre is used to overcoming the challenges the last few years have thrown at it. Now, it’s celebrating a monumental anniversary and wishing a warm welcome back to live theater.
Ominous storm clouds and dense humidity joined forces Tuesday morning, almost as if they were pressuring Al Black to paint his latest mural quicker. The setbacks lacked any chance of hindering the renowned artist: At 80 years old, he had already completed half of his mural in three hours.
Several Republican politicians have spoken out about alleged voter suppression at select voting precincts in Alachua County during Tuesday’s primary election.
More than 900 miles from home, Philadelphia musicians Kev Nenkov, Jon Herroon and Brian Trifaro took to the Wooly stage to present a Green Day cover to Gainesville Saturday.
Even with a couple of Billboard Alternative chart-toppers, a history of playing prominent festivals, more than three million monthly listeners on Spotify and a new album on the horizon, Matt Maeson’s success hasn’t steered him away from small venues.
Straight up and down like six o’clock: Local Gainesville studio seeks to be the go-to spot for local artists
When Timothy “Tee Whitey” White converted his heartbreak poems into raps at 16 years old, he didn’t realize getting sold false dreams and scammed out of contracts throughout his career, would lead him to help upcoming artists avoid the same fate.
What better way to escape the chaotic start of a new semester than by spending hours exploring the crowded shelves of a cozy bookstore?
Carley James, a frequent concertgoer, is well-acquainted with trading sleep for the ecstasy of live music.
Confined within the four walls of his room, Isaiah Faber’s quarantine experience was rather indistinguishable, until his song started to amass billions of likes on TikTok.
To describe Harry Styles’ latest album as highly anticipated would be an understatement.
For the first time in several years, a local Gainesville theater will ditch its typical family-friendly shows for a way-out commentary on a classic coming-of-age story.
Here’s to all the moms who hugged us when we got our acceptance letters, listened to us cry when we thought we’d never make it through that one class, and who will cheer the loudest when we walk across that stage in our caps and gowns.