Every staff member who was forced to work part-time during the pandemic has resumed their full-time positions, the theater's artistic director Stephanie Lynge said. In addition, across all theater programming areas — mainstage, education, cinema and events — there has been a steady increase in ticket sales.
Averi Kremposky is a senior journalism major at the University of Florida. When she’s not covering music, art and culture beats for The Avenue, you can find her going to a concert, finishing another book in one sitting or submitting to the latest Taylor Swift album theory.
Al Black finished his new 8-by-34 foot mural, located on the corner of Northeast Sixth Avenue and North Main Street, Wednesday afternoon --- a full day before he was expected to wrap up the project. Throughout the day, a handful of people shuffled through to watch Black's painting unfold.
State Sen. Keith Perry, R-Ocala, released a statement after polls closed “regarding Alachua County Voter Suppression.” Multiple Alachua County precincts in both Newberry and High Springs went without Republican ballots for several hours, the statement read.
Under hues of red, green and blue, Knifepunch Records turned the Main Street banquet hall into a punk sanctuary.
Armed with only his acoustic guitar, the Virginia-native singer commenced a small-scale tour of independent venues July 7.
Straight up and down like six o’clock: Local Gainesville studio seeks to be the go-to spot for local artistsBy Averi Kremposky | July 5
With two locations in Gainesville, “Like 6 O’clock Studios” is the product of one musician's disoriented walk through the music industry and his dedication to ensuring a solidified path for others.
Gainesville’s meager population, compared to other large cities, can discourage big-name artists from performing in town. The predicament forces UF concert lovers to flee the city if they want to catch hotshot musicians.
Powfu's 12-show tour in includes a stop at the High Dive in Gainesville June 16.