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‘Doctor Who’s’ David Tennant stars in bubbly British romcom
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‘Doctor Who’s’ David Tennant stars in bubbly British romcom

The Decoy Bride  – Scotland/England – Netflix instant watch and Amazon Prime “Doctor Who” fans who impatiently await David Tennant’s appearance in “The Day of The Doctor” late November may appease their apprehension by watching him star as a sarcastic, but (eventually) romantic best-selling writer in this Scottish-English romantic comedy that is more “com” than…

Alumni connects artists to clients
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Alumni connects artists to clients

Artists may not have to wait long to find their first clients. Alumnus Neal Sarin started CreativGlu, a free online service that connects local brands with artists from various industries, three years ago. Hoping to become global, CreativGlu focuses on brands that are based in Miami, such as The Miami New Times and The Daily…

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International combination of director, cast, setting shine in ‘Daisy’

“Daisy” – Available for streaming on Netflix and Amazon Prime Few movies can accomplish the delicate balance that “Daisy” achieves between action and romance. This cross-genre appeal, which Hollywood tries to fake with every action flick, is sincere in its integrity, thanks to the elegance of its storytelling. Like the inside jokes that only good novels…

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The petit pain au chocolat of French films

Clara et Moi – available for free streaming on Amazon Prime Like a simple petit pain au chocolat, “Clara et Moi” is everything you’d want a French love story to be – light, bittersweet and over way too abruptly. But unlike mass-produced varieties, this treat is replete with heartfelt nuances both in the cinematography and…

German film takes an inspiring view on history
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German film takes an inspiring view on history

A bio-pic focusing on a Jewish Journalist’s controversial articles on the Eichmann trials; Hannah Arendt could easily have turned into a sad memoir with self-indulgent, sentimental monologues. Instead, it delicately offers a glimpse into the logic that led Arendt to travel to Jerusalem, witness the Eichmann trials and write an article that caused resentment in…

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Complex housed hurricane simulator

RSMAS construction continues. Luisa Andonie // Contributing Photographer   The Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science was able to experience the hurricane season all year long. RSMAS’s newest building, the Marine Technology and Life Sciences Seawater Complex, will feature the only existing complex to have the power to generate Category 5 hurricane winds. The…

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Mangrove literary journal expands literary community

The Mangrove, University of Miami’s undergraduate literary journal, recently expanded to become a nationwide publication, uniting writers beyond campus boundaries. The publication now gets submissions from many different universities across the country. “It’s quite nice seeing the scholars of our time in their early work,” said Editor-in-Chief Christopher Lloyd. Lloyd said he expects many more submissions…

Complex houses hurricane simulator
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Complex houses hurricane simulator

      The Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science will be able to experience the hurricane season all year long. RSMAS’s newest building, the Marine Technology and Life Sciences Seawater Complex, will feature the only existing complex to have the power to generate Category 5 hurricane winds. The complex is housed in the…

Edge, Music

Singer/songwriter uplifts, inspires through jazzy tunes

The sun’s long, lazy rays were coming in through the Newman Alumni Center’s vast window on Friday evening, making for the proper setting as singer/ songwriter Greg Stamper filled the room with his smooth, jazzy pop songs. While not cocky, his Brooklyn confidence that carried through his expressive voice and unshy body language was just…

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