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Photo Gallery: South Florida vaccination

Senior Photographer Jared Lennon visited two South Florida COVID-19 vaccination sites to observe and capture the process.

Coral Gables Art Cinema, home to late-night events, cult-classic screenings, set...

The Coral Gables Art Cinema opened in 2010 and has been a staple in the South Florida community ever since. But with rising demand...

UM students and faculty protest Texas abortion ban as Florida legislature...

Since a Texas law banning abortions more than six weeks into a pregnancy went into effect on Sept.1, activists, abortion providers and various members...

Coral Gables elects Vince Lago as new mayor

Lago defeated candidates Patricia Keon and Jackson Rip Holmes, earning about 60 percent of approximately 10,000 votes cast.

The Historic Hampton House celebrates Black history with ‘The Greatest Weekend’

The 1964 victory party is the focus of Regina King’s 2020 film, “One Night in Miami.” While the movie’s rendition of what was said among the Black celebrities may be imagined, the actual victory party at the Hampton House was real, Colyer said.

‘Pancakes, a duffel bag and a dream’: Tulane student business stops...

At the start of the fall 2021 semester, SexyCakes was running smoothly and set up to open for a successful third year of operations, when, on opening night, Hurricane Ida hit.

Megan Thee Stallion announces ‘hot girl’ hiatus

The Houston hitmaker announced a musical hiatus on Thursday, claiming a need to “recharge.”

Here’s where to visit to take advantage of living in Miami

Miami is more than just palm trees, beaches, over-crowded nightclubs and all the other things Will Smith sings about in his hit 1998 single, “Miami.”

6 events you won’t want to miss this fall

As the fall season approaches, The Miami Hurricane felt it was an ideal time to preview some of the largest, impressive events coming up in the city we love.

Coral Gables candidates stress importance of student vote ahead of municipal...

The April 13 Coral Gables municipal election will occur without the knowledge or participation of what candidates say is an important voting demographic— University of Miami students.

Here’s where to visit to take advantage of living in Miami:...

Miami is more than just palm trees, beaches, over-crowded nightclubs and all the other things Will Smith sings about in his 1998 hit single, “Miami.”

Some UM affiliates from New Jersey and New York avoid worst...

“As the videos began to come in from social media, I felt PTSD from Hurricane Sandy,” said Isaiah Moore, a freshman at UM. “When hurricane Sandy hit New Jersey, it was bad for my area and we lost power for almost two weeks with no food to last.”