Mash Edu: Beer Mixology

College kids (age 21 and over) love beer.* If you’re feeling really risky this fall, I invite you to venture outside of the crappy beers that headline frat parties (mmmm PBR) and into something more adventurous. In the spirit of Brooklyn Brewery Mash, Abbey Brewing Company in Miami Beach recipes to take your beer to […]

Miami gets Naked!

For those of you that refused to take a break from studying for finals this weekend, a truly exciting and unique, once in a life time kind of event was missed. The Miami Naked Painting Party took place on Saturday May 3, at the LMNT Gallery in Wynwood. The party was coordinated by Social Exposure, […]

Canes Carnival 2014: What You Missed

Canes Carnival is an event that is held at the end of every semester before students take on reading days, final exams and, for some, graduation. On April 25, students filled every corner of the Green, the Rock and Stanford Circle to take a much-needed break after the busy spring 2014 semester. Hurricane Productions and Canes Night […]

Country Fans gather at Tortuga

Thousands of country music fans flocked over to Ft. Lauderdale Beach on Saturday, April 12 and Sunday April 13, to enjoy the sweet sounds of Tortuga Music Festival. From 11 a.m. until 9:45 p.m., country fans swooned over major headliners including (but not limited to) Train, Sheryl Crow, Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Slightly Stoopid, Ziggy […]

A Little Rain Never Stopped Artwalk

It was a drizzling, wet night in Wynwood for this month’s Artwalk, so people crowded inside to enjoy live music and art. The UM gallery is showcasing graduate student Sean Black’s thesis project: beautifully lit square format portraits of homeless people living in Florida. The saloon next door had a perky folk duo performing for […]