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Overview Of 352walls Project And Its Future

With the completion of phase one of Gainesville’s 352walls project, the Gainesville-Alachua County Art in Public Places Trust met Monday to discuss the project's shortcomings and plans for the future. Specific safety and environmental guidelines regarding waste disposal, highline preparation, and how to handle the paint and leftover materials, are at the forefront of plans for the project.

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Hardback Cafe Makes A Comeback

Alan Bushnell, the previous owner of the Hardback Cafe, has decided to reopen the locally famous venue 15 years after its closing. The Hardback brought in both national and local acts and played a big role in Gainesville's music and arts culture in the '90s. Bushnell closed the cafe to attend law school but is now ready to reopen and bring the atmosphere back to Gainesville.

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UF’s Dance For Life Program Helps Parkinson’s Patients

The University of Florida's Dance for Life Program provides dance classes for Parkinson's patients to help them improve their coordination and range of motion. Dance for Life classes are offered through the UF Center for Movement Disorders and Neurorestoration and the UF Center for Arts in Medicine. The classes are facilitated by UF dancer in residence Emily Pozek.

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