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Singer-songwriter Bryant Del Toro offers self-taught talent
Culture, Music

Singer-songwriter Bryant Del Toro offers self-taught talent

Local singer-songwriter Bryant Del Toro’s debut EP, “Things That Used To Be,” made its digital release Sept. 4. Now available on most digital stores including iTunes, Spotify and Amazon Music, this EP is worth checking out. Del Toro, 26, is Miami through and through. Despite his Venezuelan and Hispanic background, Del Toro was raised listening…

Halloween concert fuses genres
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Halloween concert fuses genres

As October draws to a close,  Canes After Dark Halloween is bringing pumpkins, candy apples and a haunted house to campus Friday. The SAC, UC and UC Patio will be packed with activities including a psychic, henna tattoos, mask decorating, and roaming performances by UProv, UM’s improvisation group. Quantum Entertainment will present “The Rocky Horror…

Rally to combat climate change
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Rally to combat climate change

“We don’t want our kids to die!” a throng of students chanted. “We don’t want our kids to die!” They packed the edge of New York’s Central Park West. “We don’t want our kids to die!” It’s a dire mantra, but it’s not a joke. With the latest National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) projections…

Shakey Graves releases second album, ‘And The War Came’
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Shakey Graves releases second album, ‘And The War Came’

Prepare your shelters, prime your defenses, and most importantly, mark your calendars for Tuesday, the date of the release of Shakey Graves’ second album “And The War Came.” Alejandro Rose-Garcia, or Shakey Graves, is “a gentleman from Texas,” according to his Facebook page. That description, however, falls substantially short. There’s no mention of his graveled, striking voice…

Six-man band amps up ambience
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Six-man band amps up ambience

Thursday afternoons on the UC Patio swelter. It’s the perfect atmosphere to experience the mind-melting ether of Vivid Illusion, this week’s Patio Jams act. Patio Jams is a program that brings local artists to perform from 12:15 to 1:30 p.m. every Thursday at the Patio. Who They Are: Vivid Illusion is manned by a six-man…

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