The two-week celebration provides Gainesville with a window into the rich art, culture and people of Florida’s island neighbor.
Shuffle off to Buffalo for some belly laughs in “Miracle on South Division Street,” the heartwarming comedy opening this week at the Hippodrome Theatre.
The bubble tea shop is doing a brisk business since opening more than a month ago on SW 2nd Street.
Ameena Khan’s provocative “Just a Peek, Please?” gives a voice to Muslim women and insight into the hijab, or headscarf, worn by many of them.
Social change is at the forefront of the two-day event, which takes place Thursday and Friday at a number of venues throughout downtown Gainesville.
“The Colored Door at the Train Depot” shines a light on the first African American to command whites in the Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps during WW2.
The Acrosstown Repertory Theatre celebrates Black History Month with a thought-provoking play examining the relationship between abolitionists Frederick Douglass and John Brown.
This month’s Artwalk includes an opening reception for “Intimate States | Works on Paper,” an exhibit spotlighting the work of contemporary artist Eduardo Sarmiento.
The old-school hamburger stand, featuring “The Original” Big Dick, is turning heads and satisfying appetites on Southwest 4th Avenue.