The Gainesville IguanaThe Gainesville Iguana is a semi-monthly progressive newsletter and calendar of events which first began publishing in October 1986. Through its calendar, directory of organizations, and content, it fosters the growth of movement consciousness and community organizing on issues from local to international.
- CMC celebrates 28 years
- It stinks: Alachua Development Review Committee OKs Micanopy Dollar General
- Suicide – say its name
- James Thompson, Rest in Power
- Supervisor of Elections alerts voters of unofficial mailings
- City elections Nov. 16, candidate forums on Oct. 23
- Bat Fest 2021: Welcome back!
- Immigrant Neighbor Initiative aims for equity, inclusion
- Local writers read from UF Press’s ‘Wilder Heart of Florida’
- Screening of ‘Behind Closed Doors: The Dark Legacy of the Johns Committee’
- WGOT: Community radio: Nothing without supporters
- ‘Don’t pass gas’: Reject UF’s proposed gas-powered energy plant
- Once upon a time: Free the Ocklawaha