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Art Basel festival reaches 10th consecutive year

Artists and art lovers alike invaded Miami Beach starting Dec. 1 for one of the most important and heavily visited art exhibitions in world: Art Basel. The annual event ran this year through Dec. 4 and featured art shows, film screenings, musical performances and state-of-the-art architecture and design exhibitions from all over the world.

Bring the noise
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Bring the noise

Churchill’s is hosting a free, three-day long party this weekend, and you’re invited. Just don’t expect to leave with your eardrums even remotely intact. Tucked inside Little Haiti, the iconic venue will host the International Noise Conference for the second year running from Thursday through Saturday, featuring an array of noise bands from all over…

Art Basel paints Miami Beach for eighth consecutive year
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Art Basel paints Miami Beach for eighth consecutive year

Artists and art-lovers alike will be invading Miami Beach for one of the most important and heavily visited art exhibitions in world, Art Basel. The annual event will run through Dec. 5 and feature art shows, film screenings, musical performances and state of the art architecture and design exhibitions from all over the world.

The book fair is back
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The book fair is back

Now in its 26th year, the Miami Book Fair International will be held from Nov. 14-21. Known by many as one of the nation’s finest literary festival, the event has become popular with both readers and writers all over South Florida.

Shock band GWAR lives up to name
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Shock band GWAR lives up to name

Known for their outrageous stage presence, the messy band brought their graphic performance to Revolution Live in Ft. Lauderdale on Thursday. With three support bands in tow, the venue was packed with people, noise, and sweat.

Global awareness “igKnited” on campus
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Global awareness “igKnited” on campus

On Friday, igKnite will be hosting ONE Miami’s Stand Up Against Poverty event at the University Center Patio to raise awareness for poverty around the world and bring attention to preventable diseases that have taken the lives of millions of people all over the world.

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