Keeping the historic reel spinning
High Springs in northern Alachua county is known for its small town life, proximity to local springs, antique shops–and the historic Priest Theater. That theater, in one form or another, has been a source of entertainment for over a century. Now, WUFT-FM’s Paula Bonilla says the future of this historic venue is up in the air.
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