The local thrift and junk shop plans to house more repurposing materials at a second location in East Gainesville.
Valeriya Antonshchuk is a junior telecommunication-news and political science student at the University of Florida. As a news assistant for the Avenue, Valeriya covers Gainesville's entertainment and culture news weekly. Valeriya was originally born in Ukraine and speaks fluent Russian.
The art exhibition aims to provoke thought about the ‘glacial waste’ society produces on a daily basis.
The free exhibition is the latest in the gallery's Spring 2021 lineup and is open until March 12.
Registration is now open for the upcoming musician-focused group therapy.
About 80 students gathered in Plaza of the Americas on the evening of Feb. 14 to observe the third anniversary of the shooting. March for Our Lives Gainesville, a local branch of the national organization formed immediately following the tragedy to advocate for gun reform, honors the anniversary each year with a vigil on the plaza.
The production will stream June 7-13 as part of the Gainesville theater’s #HippAtHome series.
The Gainesville family's children's book is about tolerance and understanding.
The fair will feature medieval performers and artisans in a free virtual format.