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Revisit these summer hits during hurricane break
Edge, Music, Travel

Revisit these summer hits during hurricane break

After a stressful week watching Hurricane Irma tear through the Caribbean and Florida and, for some, a long drive or several connecting flights to find safety, now comes time to recover and relax with good friends and even better music. These ten songs soared through the charts during the summer thanks to unexpected collaborations, feel-good…

Haunt events around town this weekend
Community, Edge, Food, Movies, Theater, Travel

Haunt events around town this weekend

With most of us Canes just emerging from the terror of midterm season, Halloween sneaks up before we know it! Haven’t been able to concoct any plans? Never fear! The Miami Hurricane has you covered. Here are some local events you won’t want to miss: DeathScribe Miami For a frightful night at the theatre, check out DeathScribe:…

Tourist’s guide to visiting Cuba
Edge, Travel

Tourist’s guide to visiting Cuba

As the United States’ relations with Cuba begin to change, many Americans are eager to get to the island country before it is altered. People want to see the world-renowned beaches, the classic American cars and the colorful streets of Havana. Here is your comprehensive travel guide for those who intend to visit Cuba, in order to make fitting…

Avoid tourist traps, explore Miami like a local
Edge, Travel

Avoid tourist traps, explore Miami like a local

The city of Miami is a metropolis beaming with diversity and places to visit, but when crowds of tourists aren’t your cup of tea, it’s time to explore the 305 like a local. Village of Merrick Park – 358 San Lorenzo Ave. Starting close to campus, the Village of Merrick Park is interesting enough to be one of Serena…

Five fun trips for Labor Day weekend
Edge, Travel

Five fun trips for Labor Day weekend

Summer may be unofficially ending in other places, but Labor Day weekend is just the beginning of all the things you can do in Miami. Here are five great ways to celebrate the long weekend. Go to the first Canes home football game Show your Cane spirit at the first home football game of the…

Midtown Miami makes for daylong amusement
Community, Edge, Travel

Midtown Miami makes for daylong amusement

When living in Miami, it seems like the best and most obvious thing to do on a day off is to visit the beach, dive into a pool or go shopping. However, as Miami develops into a city filled with high culture, arts and cuisine, there are many more options available than those involving toes…

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