There are a ton of bike stores around here. These establishments will help with all fixes: if your lock gets rained on and rusts shut, if you get in an accident (knock on wood), if you need to buy a tube replacement, etc.
The concert will be held in the Stephen C. O’Connell Center at 7 p.m., and doors will open at 6 p.m. Little Big Town and the Eli Young Band will also perform.
In March, the Gainesville venue was sent a cease and desist order from a Las Vegas bar “Double Down Saloon,” which owns the trademark on the name. To avoid legal conflict, ownership decided that a name change would be the easier route.
Picture this, you start a fundraiser. In 15 days you raise $4,500, but you set your goal at $9,600. If you don’t raise the full $9,600, you get nothing, zero, goose egg.
For Keri Johnson, a 27-year-old UF student studying religion and nature, and 36-year-old tattoo artist “Sleepy Dave” Kotinsley, a discussion that started about a thesis paper grew into a community meditation group.
John Pinckard, alumnus of the UF School of Theatre and Dance, helped produce “Clybourne Park.” The play won a Pulitzer Prize in 2011 for drama and took home “Best Play” at the Tony Awards Sunday night.
The show is June 13 at Double Down Live, which is located at 210 SW Second Ave.
The summer is an interesting time in Gainesville. About 40,000 students are gone, and the town seems to slow down. The Hippodrome Theatre takes advantage of this relaxing time to entertain the city with its annual summer musical.