Personal, academic growth intertwine

If there’s one thing I learned in four years, it’s what makes a good story. As I’ve worked on more than a hundred stories through The Miami Hurricane, I’ve seen my share of… Continue reading

Frost pianist to perform on NPR

Practicing in a run-down hostel in a small Ukranian village, 8-year-old Dasha Bukhartseva had no other dream for her future besides playing piano. Now, as an up-and-coming pianist, Bukhartseva, 22, a second-year master’s… Continue reading

Behind the scenes and spices of TMH’s global flavors cover

If our food issue left you hungry for more, check out what went on behind the scenes in the making of our “Savor Global Flavors” issue. Art Director Sarbani Ghosh, Designer Emma Deardorff… Continue reading

Global flavors add special spice

With a world of flavors available, it’s time to break out of takeout. For those looking for a way to jazz up routine recipes, without much skill or expense, the answer is to add… Continue reading

American adaptations lack authenticity

A typical meal from a Chinese restaurant in the U.S. wouldn’t be complete without fortune cookies, wonton soup and some orange chicken. However, in China, this couldn’t be further from the truth. There… Continue reading

‘Golden-age classic’ ‘Oklahoma’ comes to campus

The waving wheat and wind-swept plains have settled the territory of the Jerry Herman Ring Theatre in its latest production of “Oklahoma.” The show premiered Wednesday and features a cast of 25 UM… Continue reading

Oscar-nominated composer named artistic director of Henry Mancini Institute

James Newton Howard was named the artistic director of the Henry Mancini Institute (HMI) at the Phillip and Patricia Frost School of Music. Howard is known as a film composer and has received… Continue reading

‘First Date’ offers fresh, honest look at modern-day blind dates

Gone are the days when a first date involved flowers. Now swiping right on Tinder has become the starting point of many a blind date. While the ways people look for love have… Continue reading

Carbonell Awards show celebrates South Florida’s stage stars

A night filled with drama may not be everyone’s ideal evening, but Monday night’s Carbonell Awards show was filled with a cast of characters that would rival any play. During the 39th annual… Continue reading