California rock band Wavves will be playing their first show in Gainesville at High Dive Oct. 16.
"Halloween Kills," the latest film in the "Halloween" series, was released Oct. 15. Here's everything you need to know about the franchise before hitting the theater.
DJ’s Cast Iron Burgers is giving people the opportunity to invest in the business through a platform called Mainvest. The local food truck is hoping to open a physical restaurant with the money gained from investments.
The Matheson History Museum and Civic Media Center are commemorating LBGT History Month with a series of film screenings. The screenings will take place between Oct. 21 and Oct. 23 and feature several important films from LGBT history.
UF alumna Taylor Allen released “Normal People” on Thursday, Oct. 7, under the stage name Lady Laz, a nod to American poet Sylvia Plath.
With the recent resurgence of live music, Gainesville venues are adapting to COVID-19 protocols while keeping the spirit of concerts alive. These venues are tailoring the concert experience to the ongoing pandemic by instituting rules that will keep audiences as safe as possible.
Gainesville artist Azazus released his newest song, “Blood Moon,” on Oct. 1. The track references the epic hero stories often depicted in anime, as well as the rapper’s experiences with nightlife and adult entertainment.
UF students reflect on the Asian representation in “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings,” the latest film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
As UF enters its first full in-person semester since the COVID-19 pandemic began, a quick shift to a live learning environment, along with the pandemic fallout, caused mental health strains in students. Within just six weeks of the new semester, students at UF say they are struggling to cope with all the strain placed upon them to succeed.
Hispanic Heritage Month runs from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15. Check out the rundown of the Avenue staff’s favorite Gainesville restaurants and treat your tastebuds to authentic Hispanic cuisine year-round.
"Sunday Night Live," the creative spin on the most successful late night television show “Saturday Night Live,” is a new student-produced show open to all majors at UF.
The Big Big Swap Meet returned to Heartwood Soundstage Sept. 19 to introduce locals to the many small businesses that Gainesville has to offer, showcasing a variety of local vendors and small businesses.
The Gainesville Reggae Festival took place, which took place at Heartwood Soundstage Sept. 25, was the first of its kind at the music venue. From 5 p.m. to nearly midnight, guests listened to live reggae music, indulged in Jamaican cuisine and browsed booths from local vendors.
The How Bazar will host its last Bazar Á La Carte market Oct. 2 and Oct. 3 as a farewell to the Seagle Building, which housed their outlet for local curators and vintage clothing items.
In an effort to show their appreciation for the same community who welcomed them so graciously, Satch² has decided to give back to healthcare workers by donating pizzas to different Gainesville hospital departments.
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.
This year, Gainesville’s student-run arts and culture magazine, Rowdy Magazine, hosted a viewing party for the fashion world’s equivalent of the Oscars, the Met Gala.
After a year of online performances, “Murder For Two” is opening for a live, socially distanced and masked audience at the Hippodrome Theatre this weekend. The premiere will be split between Friday and Saturday to allow for smaller audiences.