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Burgers on the beach

Take a monster bite out of a juicy gourmet burger and wash it down with a refreshingly cold brew. This is not a typical burger hang out; it’s the Burger & Beer Joint in South Beach on Bay Road.

Wyclef’s new disc catchy but mainstream

Hip-hop, R&B and reggae icon, Wyclef Jean released his new album From the Hut, To the Projects, To the Mansion, an album that captures his past and future, embracing his struggles in the hood to his glamorous famed life.

Miami welcomes French film festival–IF YOU GO

Bonjour France Cinema Floride. Miami’s Tower Theater presents the fifth annual French film festival-- a U.S. premier of 2009’s popular French movies—this Friday, November 6 through Sunday, November 8.

U-Tunes offers new musical addition to UMTV lineup

The School of Communication, the Frost School of Music, and University of Miami Television (UMTV) are combining their efforts in a new project called U-Tunes.

Restaurant Review: Yogurbella

Craving sweets? Yogurbella is the perfect place to satisfy a sweet-tooth and not feel guilty!

‘Club Richter’: the place for all of your academic needs

Once you begin to settle into your new dorm rooms, you might soon find the need for a place to get away and take a break from it all.

Quest for comics leads to new collection at Richter Library

The hype of Neil Gaiman’s Sandman, a comic adventure series that follows the character "Dream" of The Endless, is the rationale for University of Miami’s new comic book collection in the Otto G. Richter Library.

Exhibit of Everglades and Marjory Stoneman Douglas now at Richter Library

Students interested in the environmental movement and the Florida Everglades are now in for a treat. Archives Coordinator Beatrice Skokan and her team at the Special Collections office of the University of Miami Otto T. Richter Library are now launching a new digital exhibit on Marjory Stoneman Douglas, "Mother of the Everglades," which first opened Jan. 29.
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