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Cyclops Cinema Has an Eye for Film

Video Rodeo has left town, but Cyclops Cinema has taken its place, offering the same extensive collection of DVDs and Blu-ray discs not available anywhere…

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Political Correctness Out, ‘Hometown Knights’ In

The Acrosstown Repertory Theatre kicks off 2016 with a comedy of our times, written by Chuck Lipsig, that dates back to the Greeks. The fine…

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Nothing’s Out of Character for Hippodrome’s Morsey

Sara Morsey, a member of the Hippodrome Acting Company, continues a string of memorable performances by playing Ruth Steiner in Donald Margulies’ Collected Stories, which…

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The Dime: Shining Example of Change

The owners took their time after it opened to finally give the business an official name, but the swanky little cocktail bar now known as The Dime is…

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Persona Vintage Clothing Always in Halloween Spirit

Owner Nava Ottenberg has a wide selection of authentic costumes for rent or purchase at her downtown store — and a whole lot more. When…

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Hippodrome Stages Monster of a Show

In All Girl Frankenstein, Candace Clift plays misguided Victor in a dramatic retelling of Mary Shelley’s classic tale. In the first act of All Girl…

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Big Little Mike’s in Charge at Death or Glory Tattoos

The colorful owner of the downtown tattoo parlor takes an old-school approach to body art. Mike Mehaffey’s mother was not pleased when she discovered her…

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Marty Liquori All Jazzed Up at Leonardo’s 706

The former world-class runner-turned-musician — and longtime Gainesville resident — is taking “retirement” in stride. There was a time when the world knew Marty Liquori for…

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