The Lily Allen of her highly anticipated new album It’s Not Me, It’s You is not the insolent, nearly vulgar Lily featured in every tabloid from Los Angeles to London.
It’s certainly not the coolest place you could be spotted, but the Florida Renaissance Festival, now in its 17th year at Quiet Waters Park, still retains its dorky charm. Although it seems slightly subdued this year, the fair is still always worth a visit.
Review of Franz Ferdinand’s new album Tonight.
Make no mistake: Bruce Springsteen is a god. The E Street Band is full of rock deities, and he’s a musician with a storied career that involves very few missteps. Even his worst effort is far superior to what many of today’s singers are producing, but his latest effort, Working On A Dream, is not his greatest album. It’s certainly worth the purchase and multiple listens, but this is not the Springsteen of years past.
World-renowned lawyer and vehement defender of Israel Alan Dershowitz spoke to an enthusiastic crowd in an “informal conversation” held on Wednesday in the University of Miami School of Law student lounge.
Renowned surgeon Dr. Ruben Quintero, 50, is joining the faculty of the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine and Jackson Memorial Hospital.
“America’s favorite odd couple” spoke to a packed BankUnited Center on Tuesday night as the last major event in the university’s “Decision 2008: A Dialogue for Democracy” series. Their lecture, entitled “All’s Fair: Love, War, Politics”, was equal parts inspiring and hilarious. It isn’t hard to see how these two political polar opposites make it work.
As the second guest to speak at the University of Miami’s lecture series, A Dialogue For Democracy, Gideon Yago was a welcome familiar face, and Tuesday’s speech at Storer Auditorium entitled “They’re Doing What? Politics, Cool, and the Youth Vote” drew a near-capacity crowd.