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Wednesday, May 22, 2024

Kathleen Boyle


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THE AVENUE  |  MUSIC

INfest Music and Arts Festival makes debut in Gainesville

Armed with nothing but a guitar, singer-songwriter Tristan Harvey crooned through his set Sunday afternoon at The Jam on West University Avenue. Although he performed alone, Harvey’s musical talents consumed the acoustics of the outdoor backyard stage as he delivered both covers and original funk, soul, reggae and folk-inspired songs to an intimate, engaged audience.

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THE AVENUE  |  MOVIES AND TV

New book reveals shows’ secrets

Attention reality TV junkies: Think you’ve heard all there is to know about the casts of MTV’s most notorious reality shows “16 and Pregnant” and “Teen Mom”? Have you watched every episode more than once, perused the tabloids and blog headlines, followed the tweets, and perhaps even Googled paparazzi photos more times than you’d like to admit?

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THE AVENUE  |  FOOD

Vegan choices abound

One of the best things fall semester is the air of newness and reinvention that comes with it. Like a New Year's resolution, students find inspiration in the fall. 

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THE AVENUE  |  MUSIC

Alternative hip-hop groups to be showcased Friday

When tracing the history of hip-hop, one will find an overarching consensus among non-supporters that generally vilifies the genre. Between mass marketing of overindulgence and the media's hype of criminal behavior, mainstream's tunnel vision of hip-hop culture has unfairly perpetuated a bad rap for this genre.

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