The new site is located beneath The Standard apartment complex
Thursday’s show is part of the singer’s “Bad Day to Be a Beer” tour
Sitting on the floor, everyone breathes deeply as they sing rich, warm Tibetan-inspired mantras. On the ground with everyone else, Lee Mirabai Harrington, a 50-year-old from New York, leads the group. As she gazes around the room, she directs the healing mantras toward each person in hopes that they truly heal the individual. Even if they are in the back of the crowded room, their eyes will flutter open when Harrington’s eyes rest on their face.
Scott Sanders came back to Gainesville to share his story with the community.
The band will kick off the tour at High Dive on Saturday
The resale market is growing 21 times faster than the retail market
Dance Alive National Ballet presents "Destination Loveland" at the Phillips Center February 14th
“Formulae & Fairy Tales” is a dance performance show about math, passion and fairy tales.
The rally raises funds for UF Mobile Outreach Clinic
The Rush Bowls franchise is planning to open its newest location along University Avenue in Summer 2020.