It was halfway through Slingshot Dakota’s set at FEST 18 when lead singer Carly Comando invited two fans to the stage.
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The Nintendo fighting game series Super Smash Bros. has always been a part of Cyrus Gharakhanian’s life.
The Casualties vocalist, David Tejas Rodriguez, doesn't think the story of him joining the band is very interesting.
Friday the 13th might be filled with bad luck, but there is always one unique perk: discounted tattoos.
After a successful show last year, the Progressive Rock Experience is returning to Bo Diddley Community Plaza.
Local indie pop-rock band, The Forum, will find themselves bracing the crowd for YouTube singer- songwriter and headliner Tessa Violet on her world tour Thursday.
Jeremy Hunter’s YouTube success began by accident. After purchasing some recording equipment, Hunter began demoing ska songs, a genre of popular music originating in Jamaica, and posting them on Facebook.
In early July, a video resurfaced on YouTube showing the famous University Avenue in 1992. As most can imagine, businesses have changed over time. Unlike most streets, though, the businesses on University Avenue seem to have a constant revolving door.
Gainesville favorite flipturn is in a state of change.
Quentin Tarantino’s reported penultimate movie received its theatrical release last weekend to glowing reviews, two months after it was first screened at the Cannes Film Festival.
Mariee Sioux is bringing her unique style of ancestral folk music to Gainesville.
This weekend, Gainesville’s free concert series will pay tribute to one of the most iconic years in music history.
On the Cinder is creeping down to Gainesville this weekend.
Zach Gufford’s journey into making music began nearly 12 years ago, while on a trip to Gainesville.
This week, we had reassurance that pop-rock is, in fact, not dead.
A new twist on the music festival is coming to Gainesville this Saturday.
After eight seasons and 73 episodes, the historic run of “Game of Thrones” has come to an end.
The Civic Media Center kicked off its May film series on Monday, showing volume one of Yann Arthus-Bertrand’s 2015 documentary “Human.” The documentary explores the human experience across various countries and cultures.