"Dune" introduces audiences to a future world through the lens of power, religion and spice
Friends of the Library hosted its first in-person book sale since Fall 2019 Oct. 23, kicking off the five-day comeback event that will last until Oc. 27.
On Oct. 15, the downtown Gainesville venue hosted a bubblegum bass dance party in tribute to the late music producer SOPHIE, who passed away earlier this year.
“Ski Weekend,” the debut novel from lawyer-turned-author and UF alum Rektok Ross, is set to debut Oct. 26.
Local coffee shop Wyatt’s Coffee partnered up with its sister company, Resident Coffee Roasters, to host a latte art competition Oct. 21. Baristas throughout Florida will be putting their skills to the test in an effort to win hundreds in cash.
Welcoming every body: UF Trans Health + Wellness Initiative partners with RecSports to provide students with 'Gym 101'By Kristine Villarroel | Oct. 21
UF Trans Health + Wellness Initiative hopes to provide queer students with the tools they might need to start their fitness journey free from stigma and social barriers. On Oct. 4, the club hosted a meeting in collaboration with RecSports to provide students with an introduction to gym facilities and exercise techniques.
Oct. 29 marks the start of this year’s FEST, which will take place across 18 venues and stages throughout downtown Gainesville. The multi-stage event showcases live music, comedians, independent professional wrestling and all things punk-rock.
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.