Update: WVUM has made it to the top 25 college radio stations nominated for an mtvU Woodie Award! Please continue to vote for us to make it to the top 10, which will be announced on February 15th. That means we have a whole week to vote!
Miami is filled with nonprofit organizations that merit donations and attention (like WVUM!), and Giving the Green Light is at the top of the list. Read on to learn more about this amazing movement and its founder, Ximena Prugue, who joined me in the studio a few weeks ago.
In recent weeks, cable news media, the blogosphere, and the radio waves have been abuzz with reports on protests taking place throughout Tunisia and Egypt. Read on to learn more about these events and to hear the story in full.
It's Friday, which means it's time to take a peek at what the Internet has taught us this week. Read on for a new Sleigh Bells video, a look back at the '90s, and a kickass cello cover of "Smooth Criminal."
GROW is a music and art event created, produced and developed completely by artists. Following the theme and energy of the event “Rebirth: The Future of Miami” which occurred at Churchill's Pub during Art Basel, GROW is the second installment of the series focused on showcasing the ever-evolving art- and music-makers of Miami’s present and future. Taking place at the Awarehouse, this event is certain to thrive with energetic and eclectic local artists collaborating for a greater cause.