Gainesville band Driveaway is all about moving forward, evident through their name and logo, a sloped parallelogram.
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At home, Shawn Hinds’ mind is occupied with her six kids.
Fish and plant sex will be the only PG-13 content at this year’s Cinema Verde International Environmental Film & Arts Festival.
Alyson and Amanda Michalka are all grown up — and their new music reflects it.
Vanessa Villarreal cried when she read the email.
No leftovers in Brittany Boyer’s home get thrown away.
A white tour van, an instrument-lined wooden room and a beach scene were stages for flipturn’s livestream concerts from March to September. The Jacksonville-native indie band’s audience was a computer screen. After each performance, they only heard a slow applause from their manager, Sam Heekin, and saw comments flow in from the viewers online.
Their wheels, both big and small, roared along Gainesville roads. Riding on bikes, skateboards and roller skates, some gripping “Black Lives Matter” posters, protesters aimed for peace and unity.
When Debi and Bob Kolb started dating, their Friday dates always ended with meditations at the Gainesville Retreat Center.
Friday the 13th is a lucky day for tattoo lovers: As custom calls, cheaper tats lie in their fates.
Sunny-headed rapper Tyheir Kindred, known as Yellopain, grew up in a house with up to 16 other people living in it.
Her dad was especially prudent after the Great Depression, but Judi Cain bought ink with her 35 cents of lunch money after elementary school.
Every day, firefighters serve communities behind the scenes, 36-year-old rescue lieutenant Travis Chaney said.
With his usual quirkiness, Sven Gamsky bounces on a bounding horse while singing in the music video for his new song “BS.” In the song, released Sept. 10, his soft sounds are expected, but his unique beats and sounds are all new.
Growing up, Casey Jones’ II companions were R&B and gospel. In the car, 2Pac’s bars always rumbled, and the rich harmonies of Kirk Franklin’s songs resonated. Jones’ new single “Can I Live” depicts his roots, but more importantly, his experiences as a Black man.
The Hippodrome State Theatre leads the scene as one of the first regional theaters to host a virtual show in the Actor’s Equity Association.
On any given night before the COVID-19 pandemic the Civic Media Center could be found hosting yoga, meditation, open mic nights and concerts. Now, it hosts a single event — Free Grocery Store.
For the first time, four-year-old Madeline Exavier can hold a Brown doll close to her. Like Exavier, Dolly has a dark complexion and short pink hair that resembles Exavier’s afro. Every playtime, her original Rad doll is the first toy Exavier reaches for.
Kelly Atkins sits at her kitchen table with her iPad in front of her, facing her partner, Malcolm Gets, as they run through their duet scenes.
The doughy smell of bagels and garlic saturate his clothes, backpack and gray Honda Accord. After a six-hour day of managing his bagel shop, Luke Vescovi said even though he is not baking or boiling, the aroma of the holey bread follows him home.