Month: January 2020
Matheson Exhibit Revisits Ugly Period When Homophobia Reigned at UF
The new exhibit, “McCarthy Moment: The Johns Committee in Florida,” examines a time 60 years ago when gays were not welcome on campus.
Ghost of Marley (No, Not That One) Inhabits Lively ‘Lone Star Spirits’
In the Hippodrome Theatre’s newest production, a young woman returns to her roots only to discover that some things never change.
The ART Goes the Rom-Com Route in Quite Likable ‘I Love You Because’
The Acrosstown Repertory Theatre presents a modern romantic comedy that puts a musical spin on Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice.”
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Prum’s Kitchen Brings Savory Flavors of Cambodian Cuisine to Gainesville
The 29-seat restaurant, located in the space previously occupied by Manuel’s Vintage Room, will have its grand opening on Friday.
New Play ‘A Film by Craven Frankel’ Tests Family’s Resilience to Tragedy
The Acrosstown Repertory Theatre will present three performances of the play written and directed by Michael Glover, who also has a starring role.