While staying informed and being socially responsible is imperative in a situation like this one, it is not everything. Sometimes, you will need a break from the bad news. The Hurricane is here to help.
March 2 is National Read Across America Day. And, as awesome as binge watching Netflix can be, sometimes reading a great book is just as good.
“Other people need to come forward and tell their story,” said the author of “Boy Erased.” “Everyone knows mine now.”
The book, which came out Oct. 1, is an illustrated collection of 50 global hangover recipes. Put simply, it is the ideal cookbook companion for the average college student.
Monthly book club led by Lowe Art Museum educator to discuss health and well-being begins Tuesday, Sept. 24.
“I think this book club will help the community by bringing up topics that usually discussed in a typical book club, such as “what is really important in your life,” or “stop and think what gives meaning in your life,” clinical psychologist Cristina Pozo-Kaderman said.
Songwriter and music therapy major turned author Danielle Lowe discusses the difficulties of earning a degree in a creative field and how her experience with mental illness has inspired her memoir, “People Say I’m an Artist, But I Don’t Feel Like One.”
Unite in literary solidarity as One Book, One U reads “Make Your Home Among Strangers” and dives headlong into Cuban-American culture and identity.
When people think of zines, they might think of the 1970s New York punk zeitgeist. They might also think of the ever-growing “do-it-yourself” movement or a potentially great skit for a “Portlandia” episode. Event-goers found all this and more at The Miami Zine Fair April 22. The fair was a community-based event that offered exposure…
Let’s face it, a trip to the art museum reminds most of us of dull elementary school field trips during which we counted the minutes until lunch. But what if visiting the museum included pizza, cocktails, a DJ and making art, all with a side of social justice? On April 6, visitors at the Lowe got…
April is National Poetry Month, and there’s no better place to get in the writing spirit than Miami. The O, Miami Poetry Festival begins on the first of the month, with dozens of events almost every day. Don’t like poetry? Think again – you’ll have a blast at these unique (and mostly free) celebrations. …