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Free Fridays Concert Pays Tribute to Fallen Stars

The 25-week concert series begins its new season this week with Mike Boulware and his bands, The Mudpies and All My Friends, looking back at…

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Poster Artist Tells Story of Gainesville’s Early Days

The 49th annual Santa Fe College Spring Arts Festival takes place this weekend along historic Northeast 1st Street. Local artist Mike Segal captures some of…

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Changeville Ready to Crank It Up Another Notch

Gainesville’s third annual Music and Arts Festival for Social Change will feature comedy, film, panels, poetry, virtual reality and a variety of music, culminating with Benjamin…

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Artist Rediscovered in ‘Into the Light’ Exhibit

The Thomas Center Galleries opens a fascinating exhibit during this month’s Artwalk that examines the paintings, prints and life of Louise Leak, whose finest work…

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Posted in Events Theater

One Dozen Playwrights to Showcase Their Talent

During the next two weekends, the Acrosstown Repertory Theatre presents the fifth annual Gainesville Homegrown Local Playwrights’ Showcase. The event begins Thursday night with three…

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Holiday Artwalk Offers Something for Everyone

Gainesville’s monthly Artwalk is always a happening event, but Friday night’s holiday-themed Artwalk will be a special celebration of both visual and performing arts.

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Painter, Potter Capture Best of Show Awards

Organizers of the 36th annual Downtown Festival & Art Show handed out $20,000 in judges’ prizes to more than 20 artists on a weekend that…

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Downtown Art Festival: Celebration of Expression

The busiest weekend of the year in downtown Gainesville involves 240 artists from across the U.S. and beyond, while attracting crowds in the tens of…

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Tabernacle of Hedonism Set for Spencer Exorcism

Gainesville’s “most non-denominational church” is taking a preemptive strike by conducting a Monday night exorcism of hate-monger Richard Spencer at Maude’s Side Car.

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Rawlings’ Voice Resonates in ‘Cross Creek Rising’

The latest exhibit at the Thomas Center Galleries celebrates the 75th anniversary of the publication of Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings’ book that helped put the rural…

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