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‘Lez fall in love & get it on’: A Valentine’s playlist for queer women

Whether the genre of choice is R&B, hiphop or pop– whether the occasion calls for a an anxiety-ridden love confession or an intimate night with your long-term lover– "Lez fall in love & get it on" has something for everyone.

‘Blacker the berry, sweeter the juice’: A playlist celebrating black excellence

While Black History surely extends far beyond this short, fifteen-song playlist, celebrating black artists at the top of their game, black artists looking to uplift and empower their community and historic songs integral to the black experience is a great place to start.

REVIEW: Rap’s biggest stars perform at Super Bowl Music Fest, bring big surprises

The smell of freshly-wrapped blunts being lit that, up until then, had only played a minor factor, now spread so much that it was the only smell worth mentioning, even more than the stench and desperation of canned beer and cheap cologne.

Beaux Arts Festival of Art returns for 69th year

Now a juried show recognized as one of the leading art shows in the world, the festival hosts over 200 artists working with 10 different mediums, including ceramics, photography and wood.

Advice for white people meeting their partner’s black family this holiday season

You have exactly five minutes after walking in to get over the initial discomfort of being the only white person in the room. Put your big girl/big guy panties on and power through because the weirder you make it, the weirder it will be for everyone. And take this as a minuscule introduction to the things your partner of color deals with every day.

The 2010s: Recounting a decade of iconic music

Simply put, this decade in music is one we won't soon forget. And with it coming to close, The Miami Hurricane thought it necessary to take a look back at the songs, artists and albums that defined it.

Patrick Farrell on photojournalism, his career, how to make it in the industry

Wearing a white linen shirt and flip flops with a venti Starbucks coffee in hand, Farrell seemed to be a simple man. But the salt and peppered color of his hair suggested wisdom, a man with years of experience and plenty to say.

Review: IGOR tour combines old Tyler, new Tyler, leaves crowds wanting more

The show was weird. It was uncomfortable. But it was authentic and captivating. That's something I can definitely get behind.

Lizzo brings fat girl, black girl magic to Fillmore Miami

Immersed in the amazing talent in front of me, I was on the verge of tears after realizing how monumental and inspirational that moment was— to have someone so successful and confident for curvy girls to look up to.

‘IT’ director Andrés Muschietti talks ‘IT Chapter Two,’ end of an era

In less than two weeks, “IT Chapter Two," the highly awaited finale to the highest grossing horror film of all time– hits theaters, and according to director Andrés Muschietti, fans are in for a treat.

6 tips for staying healthy in college

Staying healthy is hard. Staying healthy in college is even harder. So, the Hurricane took the guesswork out of it. Here are six easy ways to keep looking good, but more importantly, to keep feeling good.

4 apps to turn Spring cleaning into a side-hustle

While donating your old clothes and collectibles might be the easiest thing to do, these fours selling apps make de-cluttering just as simple while adding on the possibility of bringing in some extra cash.
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