After working on the crafts for close to a year, local artist Avery Bender is featuring handmade rugs at The AUK Market, a mixed-vendor marketplace located at Curia on the Drag. The exhibition opened Sept. 10 and will stay up through the beginning of October.
With its natural ingredients and classic Latin flavorings, local ice cream truck Feliz Flavors aims to take over the ice cream industry.
For the past few years, New Zealand pop star Lorde has completely stayed away from the public eye, and the only morsels of content fans have been fed are occasional newsletters in email inboxes. However, the wait is over: Lorde released her third album, “Solar Power,” Aug. 20, and it’s safe to say that fans are satisfied.
The Trailblazers: 150 Years of Alachua County Women exhibit highlights the stories and accomplishments of eleven women from Alachua County including Sarah Hamilton Matheson, Dr. Sarah Lucretia Robb, Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, Marjorie Harris Carr, Vivian Washington Filer, Daphne Duval Williams, Judith Brown, Margaret Tebeau, Clara Floyd Gehan, Mary Etta Cubberly, and Emmaline Buchholz.
UF Grad student Marina Sachs’ MFA thesis project, titled “IF NOTHING CHANGES” examines addiction. The exhibit was broken into a series of events that took place in UF’s Libby Gallery between Aug. 27 and Aug. 30.
After a successful first year in business, local plant shop Plantstay has decided to go all out for their one-year celebration — or, as the shop would refer to it, their 'birthday party.'
“Evangelion: 3.0+1.01 Thrice Upon a Time” remains a powerful and conclusive finishing film for the “Neon Genesis Evangelion '' series that fans will look back on fondly for years to come.
With the first week of the Fall semester coming to a close, the Avenue compiled a list of our favorite on- and off-campus study spots to settle into a study routine.
This fall, Swamp Records and Heartwood Soundstage are teaming up once again for more shows over the next three months.
After years of planning and months of test trials for family and friends, the restaurant held its grand opening Aug. 11. The opening drew loyal and excited Gator fans ready to indulge in the long awaited dining experience.
Since 2013, ChomPics Productions has dazzled Gainesville’s entertainment community with its original short-film-esque web series, which are written, developed, shot and edited entirely by students.