For many, the Florida holiday season is incomplete without Christmas music at Publix, spiked eggnog, light-adorned palm trees, Pillsbury snowman cookies (you know the ones) and the opportunity to sweat mid-day in the jacket and jeans you threw on that 60-degree morning.
Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” has seen several iterations on the stage and on screen since the book was first published in 1843. No matter the presentation, the classic story withstands the test of time to communicate its central themes of goodwill, generosity and forgiveness.
The Florida Swing Dancing club will host an event Saturday that will introduce swing dancing to newcomers and give experienced dancers the opportunity to show off their skills.
On Sept. 23, soul musician Charles Bradley died of complications from stomach and liver cancer. He was 68 years old.
Gainesville will host 20 Watt Tombstone on its 24-date Fall 2017 tour.
A popular American rapper will make his third Gainesville appearance in two years Thursday.
A local club owner is bringing the energy and scare factor of Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights two hours north to Gainesville — with a musical spin.
There is no more appropriate day to celebrate a band whose occult themes and horror-inspired lyrics have rocked the heavy metal world since the 1960s than Friday the 13th.
In 2009, a UF law graduate began her rise to Internet stardom when she started uploading knitting and quilting tutorial videos to YouTube. Eight years and 381,000 subscribers later, what was once a creative outlet is now Vanessa Vargas Wilson’s take on the American dream.
A nine-piece band whose sound is deeply rooted in 1960s soul will make a nod toward the modern Friday at Heartwood Soundstage.