"It's a Woman's World" featured a slew of hits from female artists through the ages. Serving as a celebration of female empowerment, it ran July 1-3 and acted as part of the Hippodrome’s return to live shows.
Curvy Confidence is a social group that organizes dinners, pool parties and beach get-togethers to promote the acceptance of all body shapes and sizes. Currently, the group’s meetups are held in Gainesville, Jacksonville and Orlando.
Plantology joined three other food trucks at Gainesville’s vibrant Midpoint Park and Eatery on July 1. The new business offers a 100% vegan menu offering scratch-made burgers, mac bowls and loaded fries.
The SOBERBABY talkshow was born with the goal of erasing the stigma around addiction.
All profits made from Smooth Flava's line dancing lessons go towards helping K-12 students pay tuition at this summer’s I AM STEM camp, which provides children with early exposure to STEM resources, skills and careers.
UF’s Latino community discussed film representation upon the release of the “In the Heights” movie.
Between vibrant music and colorful dancing, “In the Heights” presents a story of the collective Latino struggle, specifically in the Washington Heights community.
On “The Saga of 34corine,” the deluxe release of her 2020 album “34corine,” TiaCorine expands upon this established style for a batch of seven new tracks, adding almost double the length to the original.
Rate and review: ‘The Sparks Brothers’ tells the enigmatic tale of the world’s most influential yet overlooked bandBy Brenna Sheets | June 28
If you don’t know who Sparks are, musical luminaries like Duran Duran, “Weird Al” Yankovic and Sonic Youth are here to tell you.With a seemingly never-ending list of special guest stars, “The Sparks Brothers” gathers the most unlikely celebrities to showcase Ron and Russell Mael’s otherworldly 50-year career as the band Sparks.
4th Ave Food Park’s Juneteenth celebration featured five black-owned businesses Saturday. The event had live music and cuisine from the surrounding restaurants and food trucks.
Throughout history, LGBTQ artists explored various genres to cement themselves in the music industry. LGBTQ community members shared their thoughts on how queer musicians influence their lives, the U.S. music industry and society.
After over a year of mainly online events due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the horror theater company will premier its last solely virtual show, “Mirror Images." The show will feature psychological-based themes with glow in the dark costumes, contortionists and burlesque performances.
Out Of Pocket Society, also known as OOPS, is a new Gainesville-based artist collective. OOPS hosted its inaugural event at the 4Most Gallery June 18 and 19. The two-day event brought an interactive exhibit that encouraged participants to touch, take photos and engage with the pieces on display.
For many members of the LGBTQ community, representation in different entertainment mediums can play a crucial role in personal development, especially in children. UF students and faculty examine the role influential corporations play in the evolving culture of young adult and kid-friendly media.
Kayla Burnett is on a mission to provide customized gender-neutral clothing to people of all body types and identities. Through their business Neitherandboth, Burnett hopes to inspire Gainesville residents to express themselves and embrace their identity through their clothing.
In an effort to raise money for victims of sexual assault, community members had their bodies marked with ink at the Still Not Asking For It tattoo flash event on Sunday.
Swamp City Gallery Lounge is all about the green, but this June, they’re embracing the rainbow. The local glass art gallery and cannabis lounge is celebrating Pride Month with its #plantapridetree raffle campaign.
Aubrey Dolbeck uncovered her first gems in the mountains of Tennessee in February 2020. To most people, Dolbek’s initial finds were blobs of dirt. But after tediously cutting and polishing, Dolbeck birthed a captivatingly-cut Amethyst.