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Sunday, April 14, 2024
April 14 , 2024

Walk The Moon turns Regatta Park “Different Colors”

Pouring rain and muddy grounds didn’t squash the turnout to 104.3 The Shark’s fall-themed Shark After Dark event at Coconut Grove’s Regatta Park on Oct. 20. The park, bordering Bisca...

Arcade Fire brings social awareness, nostalgia to Watsco Center

“Electric Blue,” the ninth song off indie rock band Arcade Fire’s latest album "Everything Now," aptly described the ambience of the Infinite Content Tour at the Watsco Center Sept. ...

How to live in the 305 and keep your bank balance above $3.05

Miami is not cheap. It has one of the highest costs of living in the nation, and if you’ve never lived in the 305, you may not have a realistic concept of costs. But by planning and budgeting wis...

From mug cakes to Postmates: In-dorm eats when you’re not feeling dining ha...

Despite the many food options available on campus, there will be nights when nothing appeals to you. Enter the microwave and the coffee mug. Mugs are for so much more than coffee. From breakfast to de...

Smallpools makes ‘Killer Whale’ sized splash at Rathskeller

Thumping bass, floors sticky with spilled beer, screenprinted T-shirts … Revolution Live or the go-to campus spot for watching March Madness? On Saturday night, the Rat transformed into a makeshift ve...

UM student, entrepreneur finds sweet success in doughnut business

The Salty Donut, a shop combining artisanal doughnuts and coffee, was created with a “one-stop shop” philosophy in mind. “We spent so much time … making sure our coffee is amazing, because what...

Recently opened dining locations offer diverse dining choices

As every University of Miami student knows, Miami is not just a hub for Cuban cuisine. The Magic City offers fare from vitrually every region around the globe, and with new restaurants opening within ...

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