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Flat Land Ready for One Final Gainesville Bow

After six years of entertaining its fan base in Gainesville and beyond, the five-member band will perform one last show on Saturday night at The…

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Early Arrivals Line Up for Spring Book Sale

The Friends of the Library Spring Book Sale begins today and continues through Wednesday at the FOL Bookhouse on North Main Street. Some bargain hunters began…

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Tribute to James Taylor Kicks Off Free Fridays

Michael Boulware and Friends (and family) will channel the singer/songwriter when they perform at Bo Diddley Plaza tonight at 8. Six months of free concerts…

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It Would Be a Tragedy Not to See Hipp’s ‘Hamlet’

Expect to hear all the classic Shakespeare dialogue (“To be or not to be …,” et al), but the Hippodrome Theatre’s version of the Bard’s…

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Fandomonium Brings Out the Geek in Everyone

On Saturday, the Library Headquarters is hosting the third annual Comic Con event, which will include a costume contest, guest speakers, panel discussions and many…

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‘Columbinus’ Delves Into Adolescents’ Archetypes

The Acrosstown Repertory Theatre is performing the provocative play based on the deadly shootings at Columbine High School almost two decades ago. The production also…

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