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The City of Gainesville Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs department invites all neighbors to Halloween on The Green, a movie night of family-friendly, socially-distancing fun this Saturday! Read more

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The annual music festival, Tom Petty Birthday Bash, goes virtual on Friday, October 23rd, to celebrate Tom Petty’s 70th birthday.  Read more

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Less than a week after Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced that the state entered Phase 3 of reopening with no restrictions, visitors to Disney's Magic Kingdom and Orlando are on the rise. Read more

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When Fitz Koehler wrapped up 14 months of treatment for breast cancer in May, she felt it was time to celebrate. Unfortunately, May was at the height of COVID-19, and she initially had to cele… Read more

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Professional Horse Trainer Cat Zimmerman knows this about the wild mustang she is about to enter a holding pen with: The horse is a 6-year old wild mustang from Devil's Garden, California and … Read more

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The Menu: Grilled Ribeyes topped with peppers, onions and mushrooms, Roasted Garlic Heads, Roasted Potatoes, Asparagus, and Grilled Corn on the Cob By The Grill Whisperer Ladies and Gentlemen,… Read more

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Paddle Florida announces its 2020-21 trip schedule starting with the Suwannee River Wilderness Trail on October 16-21.  It’s the perfect way to celebrate Florida's version of autumn on its mos… Read more

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Alachua County's Poe Springs Park (28800 N.W. 182nd Ave, High Springs) will be closed, except for the boat ramp, for construction and improvements beginning on September 8th. The construction … Read more

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Enter the world of megalodon, the gigantic prehistoric shark that once commanded the world’s oceans! Be consumed with awe walking through a full-scale sculptural replica of the 60-foot-long ap… Read more

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You know it the moment you pass under the Walt Disney World archway. With all the hopes of a carefree day at the place "Where Dreams Come True" you know something is different.  Read more

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As the closures and restrictions due to the current health crisis stretch past the four-month mark, many of us are longing to participate in the activities that bring us joy. The Santa Fe Coll… Read more

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Alachua County artists, artist collaborators, and not-for-profit organizations can apply for either a Mini (max. $500) or Major (max. $3,500) Art Grant between 8:30 a.m. on June 1 and 5 p.m. o… Read more

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For weeks now, P.K Yonge 7th grader Tyler Holt has been intermittently standing on a street corner on University Avenue across from the UF president’s residence playing his favorite songs on a… Read more

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 In the age of COVID-19, the venerable Hardback Cafe has had to reinvent itself yet again. The entertainment venue at 920 NW 2nd St. in the Grove Street neighborhood has reopened as Undertown … Read more

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The Actors' Warehouse wants you to know that although live theater is on hiatus at least until summer, you can still enjoy community theater from the comfort and safety of your home. Through A… Read more

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At first, the City of Archer was planning to build a gymnasium for the community. But after taking the cost and upkeep into account, the commission decided to change their plans. Read more

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In less than three years, Madrina's has established itself as the classiest go-to bar for craft cocktails in downtown Gainesville. Now all of the sudden it's known as the classiest bar for coc… Read more

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When you're a business that's allowed only one customer at a time because of COVID-19, it kind of kills the mood. Mai Kai Kava Bar, 17 W. University Ave., just isn't the same gathering spot it… Read more

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