Largely set in Gainesville, the story tells a tale of enduring childhood frienship.
While Gainesville may be a city landlocked in the middle of Florida, its lively food scene still manages to foster a cult following and rivals its culinary competition around the state.
The company’s 54th annual performance of Tchaikovsky’s two-act ballet will feature limited seating, and masks will be required for performers and audience members inside the venue.
The group returns with a new batch of beach-inspired songs
“Need a Friend” tackles mental health struggles and details the necessity of finding support. Jeshua Oneal, who worked on the song with Azazus, said the artists were inspired by their own battles with anxiety and depression.
The project encourages sustainability through fashion trading
Vegan students endure teasing and hunger during non-vegan family holiday meals
Students look to avoid holiday arguments after periods of political and social unrest
Transgender Day of Remembrance, celebrated every year on Nov. 20, acts as a day to honor and memorialize those lost to anti-transgender violence. Started by transgender activist Gwendolyn Ann Smith following the death of Rita Hester in 1998, the day has become an annual commemoration of lives lost and struggles faced.
The thrift store has experienced a wave of traffic despite pandemic restrictions
The event will feature nine acts live streamed on YouTube
Bringing audiences high flying acrobats and modern Ragtime in 2020
The organization will offer Zoom therapy sessions and mental health classes starting in December
Live streams and fundraisers continue through uncertainty
Emerging and established Gainesville artists will showcase and sell work