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Sunday, October 2, 2022

Better than bagels: Six Miami breakfast spots you need to try

People often say “breakfast is the most important meal of the day,” but it’s hard to truly value breakfast. Many students rush off to class after subsisting on a light nosh, quickly consuming a granola bar or yogurt. However, breakfast is a pivotal meal — proven to bring many health benefits — and we owe it to ourselves to start the day on a positive note. Check out these seven Miami breakfast spots compiled by A&E staff writer Shelly Gottlieb.

History in the making: Leonardo DiCaprio’s new “fling” is over the...

Rumors about renowned actor Leonardo DiCaprio and supermodel Gigi Hadid dating have been circulating for months. DiCaprio, 47, is notorious for only dating people under 25 — a running Hollywood joke that has remained true until now.

The greatest American tennis player of all time, Serena Williams, redefines...

In 27 years, Williams has seen unprecedented success as an athlete. Her golden slams, gold medals and weeks sitting at the top of tennis may never be touched. Unlike other athletes that fade away after retirement, Serena has the capability to match her competitive success with her business ventures and activism.

Ranking Trader Joe’s 2022 pumpkin spice collection

Pumpkin spice season is here and Trader Joe’s has stocked their shelves with fall serotonin since the first week of September. Though Miami’s humidity is here to stay, these seasonal treats can transport fall-lovers to places with colorful leaves and crisp autumn air. Check out The Miami Hurricane’s ranking of five Trader Joe's fall treats, compiled by contributing writer Morgan Fry.

Emily Henry shines in her third novel “Book Lovers”

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be on the other side of a romance novel? Emily Henry explores this idea in her third novel, “Book Lovers,” with a rivals-to-lovers plot of a literary agent and an editor–both confined to a month in a small town.

Everyone’s obsessed with “Don’t Worry Darling’s” Venice premiere: Here’s why

Taking place this year from Aug. 31 to Sept. 10, the Venice International Film Festival was set to premiere many long-awaited films, including Olivia Wilde’s “Don’t Worry Darling.” The film premiered at the festival on Monday, Sept. 5, and the internet hasn’t stopped buzzing about it since. Not for its cinematic prestige, but for all the celebrity drama surrounding it.

Remembering fashion designer Issey Miyake

Born in Hiroshima, a 7-year-old Miyake watched his city engulfed in an atomic catastrophe. In his final days fighting liver cancer, the haunting heat of August brought forth whispers of possible nuclear weapons in the ongoing Russo-Ukraine conflict. Between entering and exiting life under chaotic global conditions, Miyake’s career is defined by challenging the notions of war and inhumanity.

JID showcases his talent and range on “The Forever Story”

The range Jiddy shows in this project is rarely shown in modern rap projects and only by a select few. There's beautiful and diverse production, with elements of jazz, soul, blues and R&B. JID melds so well within these various instrumentals using great vocals and hundreds of flows reminiscent of Kendrick Lamar or Tyler, the Creator.

Marvel Studios re-releases “Spider-Man: No Way Home” with additional footage

Soon after its release, Marvel announced that the film would hit theaters again on Sept. 2, with an additional 11 minutes of footage and a rumored new post-credit scene. In this extended version, new additional scenes assist with the pacing of the film and help its timing feel more authentic.

Now playing: Cosford Cinema CAC showings of Fall 2022

The Cinematic Arts Commission (CAC), a Hurricane Productions committee, hosts free movies every Wednesday and Saturday at 9 p.m. at the Cosford Cinema. Located on the second floor of Dooley Memorial, Cosford gives students an authentic movie theater experience right here on campus. Check out the full list of films showing this semester!

Bang for your buck: budget-friendly restaurants, shopping and sightseeing near campus

While Miami is an expensive city, that does not mean that one must spend a lot of money to truly experience the city. Luckily, UM is close to several affordable options for dining, shopping and sightseeing.

High-end eating, Miami Spice, returns for its 21st year

Now through Sept. 30, food lovers can sample some of Miami’s finest establishments to enjoy three-course prix fixe menus at just $28 for brunch/lunch and $45 or $60 for dinner. With over 200 participating eateries, attendees can enjoy 30% to 40% off of regularly-priced meals at featured restaurants.