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Owel lead singer talks recording, new album

Owel is a new band breaking away from traditional sounds. The New Jersey quintet, which originally performed under the name Old Nick, released their debut album Tuesday. The band’s music has been featured in Spin Magazine’s Must Hear CD Sampler. With sounds reminiscent of Radiohead and Sigur Ros, Owel mixes striking lyrics with haunting music…

Culture, Q & A + Profiles, Theater

Actor talks touring, Broadway, speedos

A pink bus full of glitter, flamboyant costumes and fabulous shoes is rolling into the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts. “Priscilla: Queen of the Desert” is running at the Ziff Ballet Opera House from Thursday to Sunday. The play, which is based on a 1994 Australian cult movie, tells the stories of two drag…

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Pop culture icon talks celebs, campus visit

Andy Cohen has taken over the small screen. Not only does he host his own TV show, “Watch What Happens Live,” but he is also the man behind popular shows like “Real Housewives” and “Top Chef.” But all of this success didn’t come overnight, and Cohen’s journey is just as interesting and entertaining as you…

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Cazzette beams at Ultra

Alexander Björklund and Sebastian Furrer are the faces behind – or well, underneath – the cassette headpieces. The Swedish DJ duo is managed by Ash Pournouri from At Night Management, who happens to be the manager behind Avicii’s ascent to stardom. In June 2011, the duo came together and became “Cazzette.” The duo dislikes the…

Culture, Q & A + Profiles

Shakespeare library continues to grow

As part of “Shakespeare in Miami,” Gail Paster, the former director of the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington D.C., came to campus to discuss “King Lear” and her ideas on The Bard. The Miami Hurricane: This is really great because as an English major you’re kind of a superstar. What you do and what you’ve…

Culture, Q & A + Profiles, Reviews

Professor creates app for edible ethics

In kindergarten when the teacher asked what you wanted to be when you grew up, responses varied from princesses to firefighters. Clay Ewing, on the other hand, imagined teaching gaming design while still designing games of his own. Ewing, an assistant professor on the tenure track in the School of Communication, recently assisted Restaurant Opportunities…

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