The outdoor concert series prioritizing COVID-19 safety kicked off Saturday at the Prairie Creek Preserve.
Three Gainesville organizations are joining forces to teach the community how to reduce waste.
Two therapy groups, created for LGBTQ individuals and Black women respectively, aim to provide a sense of solidarity and community.
The Gainesville restaurant is now accepting credit and mobile pay with its new charity program.
The pop-up market featured local Black-owned vintage clothing, skincare and plant shops.
Friday’s performance at High Dive will feature both a live and livestream element.
The comedy show offers an outlet for Florida comedians during the pandemic.
Two markets are providing the community with the opportunity to shop small this weekend.
Celebration Pointe will house the ninth location of the entertainment complex in Florida.
The chain will bring its upscale women’s fashion to Butler Town Center.
Local venues will receive $15 billion in aid through the COVID-19 stimulus bill.
The indie band released a video of their first live performance since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
The Avenue is hiring!
Without concerts, musicians look to stay afloat
Gainesville artists Jesus and Carrie Martinez created a "Push for Peace" mural in Possum Creek Skatepark Dec. 5.
Gainesville’s meditation centers Karuna Cottage, ChayVeda Integrative Ayurvedic Healing Arts and Gainesville Retreat Center have seen a pique in interest in virtual sessions.