Whether a local young musician or an established national touring band, Gainesville’s music scene has a reputation for welcoming all kinds of artists with arms outstretched.
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Crazy, unexpected and witty: This is how executive producer Olivia Cerio describes ChomPics’ most recent web series, “Foundations of Crime Solving.”
Butterflies and back-to-school jitters are standard for any student starting a new semester. But this upcoming term is unlike any other. For many UF students, it is the first time they’ll return to in-person classes in over a year.
Described as “The Perks of Being a Wallflower” meets “The Catcher in the Rye” on Amazon, Dan Ymas’ debut novel is UF’s newest coming of age story.
Kai Telhiard was assigned a semester-long project in their graphic design class at UF in August 2020. The prompt was general: create a toolkit for a contemporary problem in the world.
Jessie Dominguez is best known for dancing in great romantic-classical traditions such as “Giselle,” “Don Quixote,” “Swan Lake” and numerous contemporary works. Now, she’s taking her dancing expertise to a new medium.
Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson’s film directorial debut “Summer of Soul (...Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised)” unearths astonishingly beautiful footage from a criminally overlooked festival with an undeniable historical impact. For 50 years, 45 hours worth of footage from the 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival in New York sat in a basement, remaining unseen by the public.
From Dr Pepper baked beans to Wendy’s spicy chicken Pringles, Papo’s Pop Shop sells anything but ordinary snacks.
Aby (Abigail) Deal attended her first body-positivity event in Las Vegas in 2018. Noticing people flew in from all over the country to celebrate their bodies, she became inspired to host her own similar events.
A local dance studio is Cha-Cha Sliding with a purpose.
Rate and review: ‘The Sparks Brothers’ tells the enigmatic tale of the world’s most influential yet overlooked band
If you don’t know who Sparks are, musical luminaries like Duran Duran, “Weird Al” Yankovic and Sonic Youth are here to tell you.
Purple Nightshade Productions is bringing summertime creepiness back to Gainesville.
Growing up in a religious household, Mandy Moore wasn’t exposed to bisexuality until coming across Shadowhunters’ character Magnus Bane in high school. Looking back at her childhood, Moore said being introduced to the LGBTQ community earlier could have changed the course of her life.
For artists like Hannah Banciella, onion skins are more than just food scraps.
From popcorn machines to winter coats, the Humane Society of North Central Florida’s new south campus Thrift Boutique received a wide variety of donations to help support animals in need.
After a lengthy hiatus, live music events are finally ringing in their grand return.
Figure On Diversity, a figure drawing workshop series devoted to breaking down the boundaries of body exclusivity in the arts, will have its first Gainesville event on Sunday.
A collaboration with a cause: The Hachetbury partners with Azazus to fundraise for Ronald Mcdonald House Charities
A blend of ax-throwing, live music and fundraising for children with severe illnesses will take place at The Hatchetbury this month.
A women-owned local business is helping both people and the planet stay clean.
The Swamp Restaurant is rebuilding its history brick by brick.