Now, more than ever, the downtown area is the place to be for the best Gainesville has to offer in terms of local restaurants, bars and clubs, entertainment and special events. Don’t believe us? Read on …
A new exhibit, UNCONTAINABLE | Urban Art from Vandalism to Movement, sheds a whole new light on an art style that has its roots in graffiti and hip hop. The show opens Friday at the Thomas Center Galleries.
A new program called JUMPSTarts, based at the city’s renovated Rosa B. Williams Center, is intended to get interested people — young and old — involved in various styles of participatory dance. Continue reading
The Acrosstown Repertory Theatre presents its second installment of Summer Shakespeare. This year it’s the Bard’s most frequently performed comedy that’s still funny 400 years after he wrote it. The play opens on Friday night.
The Gainesville-based band, which performs in concert on Saturday night at High Dive, is getting ready to release a new album later this summer that will show how far they’ve come — and maybe whether they’ve arrived.
This year’s summer musical at the Hippodrome will entertain audiences with a sentimental mix of 1950s and ’60s rock n’ roll as well as popular show and dance tunes — all blended with a good dose of humor.
The award-winning theater company has moved out of its North Main Street storefront and into a historic church building only a block away. Its latest play, the dark comedy Bad Jews, debuts later this week.
The longtime Gainesville resident, best known as a performance artist, puts his writing skills on display this week when the Acrosstown Repertory Theatre presents the world premiere of his drama centered around a mentally ill patient and his therapist. Continue reading