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Ultra hits Miami once again

It’s that eclectic, electric time of year again. That’s right, from Tuesday to Saturday, March 23-27, Miami Beach will be celebrating the 25th annual Winter Music Conference, a electronic dance music event. Held over five short days, the conference is jam-packed with 500 events, attracting the likes of artists, DJs, record label industry delegates and fans looking to have a good time. Of these events, one of the most anticipated and highly-acclaimed is the Ultra Music Festival.

The time is now

Stressed? Worried about those end-of-the-semester responsibilities? Perhaps it’s time that more students embrace the same philosophy that law students Ian Koslow and Justin Wales have introduced with their company, Time-Peace.

Festival Miami Brings Songwriter’s Showcase

On October 21st, Festival Miami and student-run company, Cat 5 Music Publishing, present the Songwriter’s Showcase, a competition judged by Grammy award-winning artists Bruce Hornsby and Shawn Colvin.

Bill Cosford Cinema brings Milan opera to Miami

Interested in seeing an opera, but not sure where to start? From September 12th through December 20th, in collaboration with Emerging Pictures, the University of Miami’s School of Communications will bring the sweet songs and sights from Milan’s La Scala Theatre to the University of Miami’s Bill Cosford Cinema by means of eight opera broadcasts filmed in high-definition.

Common with special guests The Wailers to appear at Homecoming

On November 6th, Hurricane Productions presents the 2009 Homecoming Concert featuring Common with Special Guests The Wailers. This concert, featuring hip-hop’s finest Common and Bob Marley’s The Wailers, will be held at 9:30p.m. on the University Green in front of Richter Library.

AMELIA ISLAND for Spring Break

Stay in Florida but head north for a one-of-a-kind auto auction on Amelia Island.

Les Misérables – The musical or the audience?

A version of Les Misérables, the longest running Broadway musical of all time, has made its way to the Actors' Playhouse at the Miracle Theatre.

Beauty and the Noble ‘Beast’

CD review of Andrew Bird's new disc, Noble Beast.

David Byrne and Brian Eno collaborate for first time in 27 years

"Talking Heads" giants collaborate again on "Everything That Happens Will Happen Today."
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