He’s no Hannah Montana, but Shane Malone knows a thing or two about leading a double life.
For Morgan Yacoe, inspiration strikes as soon as she looks in the mirror. As an artist in the medical field, Yacoe creates sculptures inspired by the human body. Her newest exhibit at the 4Most Gallery, “Plasticity,” features four of these pieces.
A local musician is bringing the sound of Samba to the Gainesville scene. Hermogenes Araujo, a composer and percussionist from Brazil, is set to release “First Poem,” the lead single off his upcoming album “Portao,” early next month.
The 22-year-old UF electrical engineering senior, who makes music as caro, released “Introspection” July 9. The album blends Garcia’s classical piano beginnings with chillwave and R&B, representing the array of musical influences in her production.
High Dive hits a decade month, marking 10 years of highlighting local music, hosting national acts and giving back to the Gainesville community. The venue, a Gainesville staple, has hosted some of the area’s breakout stars and the nation’s biggest names throughout its run.
"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.
The SOBERBABY talkshow was born with the goal of erasing the stigma around addiction.
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.
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.