Thursday February 15, 2007

Tonight's events for equstrians, urbanites, historians, and artists

William Keddell says:

Events for Equestrians, Urbanites, Historians, and Artists, this Thursday:

  1. Start your evening 5pm in downtown’s Lummus Park were you can visit the City of Miami’s newly completed Police Horse Stables. Enjoy refreshments from TROY Community Academy’s Teen Cuisine and attend a short presentation- see attachment
  2. 5.40pm The King’s Edict – the latest publication and exhibit from Troys Community Academy’s “Hidden Histories” Project
  3. 6.10pm. Join Dr. Paul George for a short walking tour of Lummus Park Historic District
  4. 7.00pm. Go to opening at Historical Museum of Southern Florida’s latest show “Port Royal, Jamaica”
  5. Then go Jam @ MAM. Its Samba Night at the Miami Art Museum MAM see “The Machine, The Body and The City –Gifts from the Charles Cowles Collection” plus “No Man is an Island” video work from Dutch Artist -Jesper Just.

This is all very well, but I call for a ballot initiative that anytime our government has an event for the public, they be required to put up a permalinked, standards-compliant web page about it.

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  1. mapache    Thu Feb 15, 02:11 PM #  

    I think that JAM at MAM tonight could be a really cool thing to do, not only due to the Brazilian performers, but also the photographs on loan from the Charles Cowles Collection are indeed very good, totally worth going just for that. MAM also has a few other things displaying today that could prove to be interesting.



  2. Manola Blablablanik    Thu Feb 15, 03:48 PM #  

    William Keddell, who ever he is, made an oops. The Historical Museum’s Port Royal opens to the public February 16, tomorrow. Today is by invite, press and members only. I had to rsvp for my press pass this am.



  3. jm    Fri Feb 16, 08:51 AM #  

    Alesh, with all due respect, why do you close you past comments to postings?



  4. alesh    Fri Feb 16, 11:05 AM #  

    Comments close after 6 weeks because (a) the conversation is invariably over and (b) because the old posts attract spam.