Friday August 17, 2012
Is it still August? The only thing you should “to do” is stay home and drink, or maybe go see a shitty movie. But whatever, here you go:
- The 6th Street Container is too cool to update their website, but tonight is Ivan and Mireya’s show and you should be there.
- SOULé, in which “an international cast of 15 dancers and musicians explore the crossroads of Flamenco, American roots music and contemporary dance,” presented by Art Works For Us.
- An opening(?!) at Locust: “Female Hu$tle.”
- Palo at PAX. If you time it right (i.e. as close to 10 pm but not after), you get in free.
- Inspectah Deck, formerly(?) (who knows?) of the Wu-Tang, is playing somewhere far to the north but within driving distance.
- Begins the Brazilian Film Festival of Miami. It’s not clear whether the films are screened with English subtitles (you’d think so, but there are trailers on the website and no subtitles there). I sent an email and shall to update if I hear back.
- Free admission day at The Deering Estate.
- Summer Crush Games, some sort of weightlifting thing.
- Deaf Poets, Teepee, Lil Daggers, and Axe and the Oak at Churchill’s.
- Doug Stanhope (standup commedy!) at Culture Room.
- The Smokers Club Tour hits Grand Central.
- Closing day for Nathan Sawaya: The Art of the Brick at the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood (where I’ll be — ‘cause I work there), with the awards ceremony for the Brick Creation Challenge.
- Cuban Jazz at Hoy Como Ayer, free if you bring an instrument to jam.
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