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Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Jackie DeFreitas


This week in the stars

Aquarius: This mercury in retrograde may be testing your self-control when it comes to spending your hard earned money as passionate Mars comes close to your money planet, Neptune. What will make this all the more challenging is Mercury in retrograde makes money matters unclear, so stay strong and hide your credit card.


Miami music festival is a success

Filled with mesmerising visual art and music, the Miami music festival iii Points returned for its sixth installment after a 16-month hiatus. Taking place in the Wynwood Art District at the Mana Wynwood Convention Center, the festival set-up provided for musical experiences both inside and outside with seven stages, each one providing audiences with entertainment both visually and audibly.

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This week in the stars

Aquarius: With the beginning of the week came the start of Pisces season, meaning it’s time to meditate and start thinking in romantic metaphors. From Thursday to Saturday, Aquarius feels the need to step up their already intense social game, but don’t burn yourself out.


Netflix’s ‘Roma’ gives the production company legitimacy in the art field

Shot in black-and-white and in panoramic style, “Roma” is a cinematic masterpiece that makes its ten Oscar nominations well deserved. Directed by Alfonso Cuarón, the Mexican director of “Gravity” (2013) and “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban” (2004), “Roma” follows the story of Cleo (Yalitza Aparicio), a live-in maid for a white, upper middle-class family in the Mexican city of Colonia Roma.

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Pairs made in astrological heaven

Cancer and Scorpio: If you know anything about astrology, you know this is the combination to beat. The connection between these two is almost psychic, like Raven-Symoné gazing into the future. As a double water sign combo, Cancer and Scorpio understand each other’s emotions while also filling in the gaps the other might be missing.

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About 1,500 people attended the last Student Government Productions concert of the year featuring electronic dance music artists RL Grime and Lost Kings. 

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