Melty is gone.
Raekwon, formerly of Wu-Tang Clan, will perform in Gainesville on his “The Wild” tour Saturday at High Dive, located at 210 SW Second Ave. Doors will open at 8 p.m. with the show starting at 8:30 p.m. Advanced tickets for the show are $22 and $25 the day of the show.
High Dive will host four Florida-based rock bands tonight. The bands scheduled to perform are flipturn, from Fernandina Beach; Brightside, based out of Tallahassee; Colours, from Sarasota; and Gainesville’s own Arrows in Action.
Rarely do book-to-film adaptations do their job. Even more often, they fail to truly adapt the book to the audience who will see it. “The Beguiled,” however, is an adaptation that aims higher than most.
High Dive will host a concert to honor Grammy-nominated musician Chris Cornell, who took his life in May.
When Virginia Lynn-Brinson lost her medical transcription business in 2012, she felt helpless.
Books are like messages in bottles. They traverse choppy terrains to reach us, bouncing along time and space, but eventually, through almost no action of our own, they end up right in front of us, in one form or another. It is up to us to take the crumpled message, smooth it out and listen.
Netflix’s latest true-crime docuseries (a documentary in the form of a series), “The Keepers,” is a little more than seven hours of heart-wrenching and intriguing suspense. The series chronicles the case of murdered nun and teacher Catherine Cesnik in Baltimore, Maryland, as well as the uncovering of sexual abuse within the Catholic school where she used to work.
Lennie Kesl would have been 91 years old next month, but we don’t have to wait to celebrate his life.