Jonathan Borge

Taking a break without leaving paradise
Community, Edge

Taking a break without leaving paradise

While Panama City, Cabo San Lucas and Nassau sound like ideal spring break destinations, not everyone’s planning to leave the Magic City for a weeklong vacation. Miami is a hotspot, after all. So before you worry about your lack of plans for this upcoming week, consider these five new and alternative venues each presenting a…

Campus Life, News

Squeezing truth from trend

In a city embossed with a culture asking everyone to feel good and look even better, diet fads and weight loss trends always come and go – the South Beach, Atkins and Paleo diets all held their moment in the spotlight. So while the latest method isn’t extraordinarily new, a slew of recently opened shops…

Campus road construction project closer to completion
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Campus road construction project closer to completion

The internal road project should be completed in the upcoming weeks, according to Richard Sobaram, director of the Department of Parking and Transportation. The project, which has been discussed for decades, will impact thousands of students, faculty, staff and visitors by creating an entrance along San Amaro Drive. A new roundabout, built at the intersection…

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A closer look at the campus road construction

Perhaps the biggest change to the University of Miami’s campus in decades has already begun – and it will impact thousands of students, faculty, staff and visitors by creating a new entrance along San Amaro Drive. The internal road project, which has been discussed for decades, is finally underway. A new roundabout at the intersection…

Taste the cuisine in Miami’s hub of Cuban culture
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Taste the cuisine in Miami’s hub of Cuban culture

Strangers easily become friends as tapas – traditional Spanish appetizers – sprout conversation and encourage sharing. With papas aioli, chorizo albino and fried garbanzos sizzling on the table, the Miami Culinary Tours’ Little Havana Food Tour transports you away from Miami into a Spanish-centric sect. “We believe in promoting the local economy,” said Della, the…

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100 Montaditos infuses Spanish fare, cheap prices

First was Midtown. Then came South Beach. And now 100 Montaditos, a popular eatery straight from Spain, has made its way to South Miami. Just a few steps from RA Sushi, restaurant managers hope to grab the attention of University of Miami students and South Miami residents alike. With tapas-style dining options and Mahou beer…

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Good eats around UM

Navigating your way through Miami’s cuisine can be daunting, and deciding which restaurant to choose for tonight’s outing may ruin your appetite. To ease your transition into food mania, here are four must-try restaurants in our backyard. Pizza Rustica You’re in Miami, so it’s time to be ballsy. And for a dose of culinary rebellion,…

News

A closer look at the campus road construction

After graduation next month, the biggest change to the University of Miami campus in decades will begin – one that will impact thousands of students, faculty, staff and visitors by creating a new entrance along San Amaro Drive. The internal road project, which has been discussed for decades, will finally get underway with building a…

100 Montaditos offers affordable taste of Spain
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100 Montaditos offers affordable taste of Spain

First was Midtown. Then came South Beach. And now 100 Montaditos, a popular eatery straight from Spain, has made its way to South Miami. Just a few steps from Ra Sushi, restaurant managers hope to grab the attention of University of Miami students and South Miami residents alike. With tapas-style dining options and Mahou beer…

Grand Central Park opens, becomes latest addition to Overtown
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Grand Central Park opens, becomes latest addition to Overtown

Grand Central Park has come to Overtown, giving the area a new, open space that will provide a safer, welcoming environment. It is the neighborhood’s first ever “instant park,” part of a phenomenon cropping up all over the country. Construction for the park began last October, a remarkably short time frame for park construction. Just…

Pavia parking garage reaches new heights
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Pavia parking garage reaches new heights

The early-morning parking scramble may subside come February with the current expansion of the Pavia Parking Garage. Nestled within the yellow parking zone, the garage will now offer an additional 307 parking spaces inside two new floors designed to better accommodate the approximately 2,500 students who purchased yellow-zone parking permits for the designated area. Last…

Chalk Miami
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Chalk Miami

Take your talents to South Beach this weekend. Located on Washington Avenue, just blocks from the ocean, the newly opened Chalk Ping Pong and Billiards Lounge encourages nightlife lovers to step away from Miami’s mega-club rendezvous and spend the night adrift in playtime. Its sleek interior boasts the lounge essentials: 12 LED flat-screen TVs, a…

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