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Jessica Macias

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Marijuana considered as ‘socially accepted’ as alcohol, but can still pose risks

Bob Marley did it. So did Michael Phelps. Even President Barack Obama admitted to having inhaled the stuff, admitting quite frankly that "that was the point," reported MSNBC in November 2007. So what exactly is all the fuss about pot?

Carnaval on the Mile brings Latin culture to Miami

This weekend on the Mile, it's all about Latin jazz, food, and art as the Kiwanis Club of Little Havana hosts its ninth annual Carnaval on the Mile, a three day event celebrating Hispanic culture in the city of Coral Gables.

First Annual UBS Spelling Bee conquered by freshman

Gaberdine. Fugacious. Misspell. These were just a few of the words posed to students at the United Black Students' (UBS) First Annual Spelling Bee, ultimately conquered by the competition's winner, Lauren Weiner, a freshman. For many, it was a trip down memory lane to the good old days of elementary spelling wars.

UM students to swim in a sea of shorts

The Miami Short Film Festival kicks off this week, check out more info on it from EDGE contributor Jessica Macias.

Bike Miami to hold ‘green’ event Sunday, bikers ride Metrorail free

Bike Miami, the brainchild of Mayor Manny Diaz, aims to promote an environmentally-friendly message through carbon emission-free bicycling and other outdoor activities. The free event runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday.
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