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Filled with excitement and anticipation, I created a playlist for the drive to New Orleans this past Winter break. A self-described music junkie and amateur rock historian, I included classics from a wide variety of genres that originated in the American south such as jazz, the blues, bluegrass, some country and of course good ole rock n’ roll.… Read More

Over spring break I left the tropical weather behind in Miami to travel to New York City, which had the season’s biggest snowstorm this past week. Even with a jam-packed schedule and a literal blizzard working against me, I was still able to try some of the most talked about desserts in the city, all of which made me grateful that I was covered in layers instead of in a bikini.Read More

Host: Luis Vargas

Hometown:  Alajuela, Costa Rica

School Year/Major:  Grad Student pursuing a PhD in Biology

Favorite Artist(s): Steel Pulse, Los Cafres, Thievery Corporation, Sonámbulo, Natiruts, Radiohead, Jimi Hendrix, and The Police

About the show:

One Drop is an hour long reggae show every Thursday starting at noon.… Read More

The 34th annual Miami Film Festival ran from last Friday 3rd March to this Sunday 12th March and featured an assortment of parties, premieres, screenings and workshops. Much like the Miami Book Fair it is sponsored by Miami Dade College and looks to cement the city as a well known home for the arts.… Read More

Looking to get out of Miami for Spring Break but don’t quite have the biggest budget?

Gasparilla Music Festival just might be your savior for the first weekend, this upcoming March 11-12. Tampa’s addition to the spring festival season will only run you $60—yes you read that correctly—and for a pretty good and diverse payout: headliners are Cage the Elephant and Ghostface Killah on Saturday night and Ryan Adams on Sunday.… Read More