Sunday @ 6pm
We all have heard about the impact of social media on building and sustaining social movements and creating social change. Taylor Scott, a PhD Student from University of North Carolina at Charlotte, has recently done some digging into this relationship to better understand how and when social media tools can contribute to and leverage our work for creating change.… Read More
For a band whose catalog is as easily searchable in Google Maps as it is in Spotify, it comes as a surprise that last night Beirut made not just their debut in Miami, but in all of Florida. At least Transatlantic Festival, championing their motto “The Sound of the World Right Now,” was the perfect place for them to do it.… Read More
There’s hardly a better way to celebrate April Fool’s Day than getting foolishly funky with Lettuce.
The inaugural Fool’s Paradise, hosted at the St. Augustine Amphitheater by
NY-based funk outfit, Lettuce, was a great time. I arrived just before Lettuce’s 1st set of the weekend began and was surprised by how intimate the St.… Read More
To kick off last weekend, Of Montreal and opener Pillar Point (currently featured in WVUM’s regular rotation) met a heavy crowd at Fort Lauderdale’s Culture Room with a whimsical, psychedelic, and overall satisfying show.
The doors opened at 8 to welcome a number of concert goers I’ve never seen paralleled at this show–the place was packed.… Read More
RadioActive Sunday @ 6pm.
This Sunday on RadioActive I was joined by folks from two community based organizations tackling housing accessibility from different places, and spaces, but for the same end result. Safe and accessible housing for all, regardless of race, regardless of income, regardless of history.… Read More
Today’s show focused on the human immune system, the body’s defense mechanism against foreign disease-causing agents, or pathogens. We started with a discussion of the structure of human immunity, dividing it into innate, humoral, and cell-mediated immunity. We followed this with a discussion of recent highlights in immunological research, including the discovery of the mechanism behind Dengue Virus infection and the immune response for Listeria. … Read More
Miami’s music scene got an 80s-style shot in the arm last night after New Order delievered a sold-out show to the crowd at Filmore Miami Beach. This venue routinely bills big acts (Animal Collective recently announced a show there in November), but the crowd this time around made the show truly special.… Read More
Last year, we were all shocked to find out that that there was a brand new festival happening right on the foot of the Okeechobee River with a striking line-up. The inspiration for this festival began through what any good festival starts up with: the festival grounds.… Read More
This year, I was able to attend the 11th annual Jazz in the Gardens Festival and I had a blast.
The lineup for saturday included:
April Raquel & Kouture Funk
Najee, Alex Bugnon, & Regina Belle
Average White Band
Kool & The Gang
I was able to watch Ronnie VOP and April Raquel perform of the local artists.… Read More
RadioActive: Sunday @6pm.
Last week, Miami became home base for the 2016 presidential campaign trail bringing with it excitement, traffic congestion, political engagement and as would be expected: opposition and critical dialogue. This Sunday on RadioActive we tried to capture some of that dialogue.… Read More