Best of Miami

Best of UMiami 2016
Best of Miami, Culture, Interactive

Best of UMiami 2016

Between balancing school, work, your social life and “me” time, life can sometimes feel like a piece of performance art. It’s easy to fall into the routine of hanging out at your favorite, familiar spots and tourist traps, forgetting to explore everything that the 305 has to offer. Miami’s wide variety of festivals, clubs, restaurants,…

Best of UMiami 2015: Miami Awaits
Best of Miami, Culture

Best of UMiami 2015: Miami Awaits

From the urban art covering the walls of Wynwood to the pastel streets in Miami Beach’s Art Deco District, Miami is full of culture, art, music and ethnic cuisine. With so much offer, it leaves us with endless places to explore. Best of UMiami, The Miami Hurricane’s guide to the city’s best offerings on and off campus, is here…

Best of UMiami: ‘Miami Awaits’ Reader Poll
Best of Miami, Culture

Best of UMiami: ‘Miami Awaits’ Reader Poll

Live performances by top and up-and-coming artists; neighborhoods filled with gardens, parks and restaurants; and happy hours so hype, you’d wish they’d last forever. This magical city, so diverse and so grand, has attractions for everyone to enjoy. You, however, get to vote for your favorite places in our reader poll. Submit your five choices…

Best of UMiami 2014
Best of UMiami 2014, Culture, Featured

Best of UMiami 2014

Miami is known for its vibrancy: the colorful people, picturesque destinations and dazzling nightlife. If you’re looking for the best bars, festivals or beaches to enjoy, then look no further than Best of UMiami – The Miami Hurricane’s guide to discovering new campus hangouts and the city that lies beyond UM’s perimeter. As friends and…

Edge presents: Best of Miami 2014
Best of Miami, Culture, Featured

Edge presents: Best of Miami 2014

1) Best Club: LIV (Frank Malvar) It could be famous DJs like A Trak and Steve Aoki performing regularly that makes LIV the best club in Miami. It could be the celebrities and beautiful people that the club attracts. Or maybe it’s the insane multicolored lasers, which will make you lose your sight and mind. Let’s…

Big Night in Little Haiti
Best of Miami, Culture, Music

Big Night in Little Haiti

  When it comes to the Miami music and culture scene, nothing’s free. Ultra tickets cost $300 for the weekend; a performance at the Arsht Center can cost $40 or more; even a tour of the Wynwood Art Walk costs $20. This is a rough reality to face for fans of the arts – especially…

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