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Miami Music Festival storms into town

Live music resurfaces with the second annual Miami Music Festival. With more than 400 musical performances across 45 venues throughout the city and a...

The 88 stays catchy

Since the release of their debut album in 2003, The 88 have yet to disappoint. With each album, the Los Angeles rock band dives into the pool of rock and brings pop with them to stay afloat.

Commanding variety

Typecasting Infantree to a single genre of music might be more taxing than deciphering the meaning of the Beatles song, “I am Walrus.”

“Going the Distance” soundtrack delivers

Time to push play indefinitely with the soundtrack of the upcoming film, “Going the Distance.” Musically situated beside films such as “Garden State,” “500 Days of Summer” and the “Twilight” saga, this romantic comedy is the mixtape to conclude the carefree and blissful summer days.

Awesome New Republic: awesome indeed

Miami’s indie music scene has delightfully crossed over to the world of pop music with the help of University of Miami’s very own musical duo, the Awesome New Republic.

Breaking the mold with On a Square

Welcome back to the 1960s. Miami finally has an old school band worthy enough to blend the impeccable tunes from the psychedelic era with modern music.

University-owned archaeological site receives $100,000 grant

A sinkhole containing several rare and endangered plant and animal species dating back as far as 12,000 years has recently received a much-needed donation.

Snorkeling trip established tradition at RSMAS

Students get to snorkel in marine environments and observe the behaviors of dolphins at University of Miami’s Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science.

RSMAS to host musical celebration of Darwin Day

Although he has never met Charles Darwin in person, when Richard Milner is dressed in a long coat, rounded top hat and white beard, he might be mistaken for the father of natural selection. The year, 2009 marks what would have been Darwin’s 200th birthday and the 150th anniversary of the publication, On the Origins Of Species.

UM archaeological site receives $100,000 grant

The William and Marie Selby Foundation donated $100,000 in support of Little Salt Spring, one of the least explored archeological sites in Florida.
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