To Do: May 30 to June 6

May 30
Art
Pepe Lopez
Dot Fiftyone Gallery opens a new solo exhibit Stairway to Heaven that feature new works by Venezuelan born artist, Pepe López who works  in a prolific variety of mediums, such as installations, objects, collages, paintings, performances, photography, tapestry, video and sculpture. This show will feature  a series of tapestry works called “New York #3″ and “Petare desde el Llanito”, made out of a variety of tapes. Rhipsalis, sculptures series created from structures of broken umbrellas collected in the streets of Caracas.  A wool tapestry handwoven in India,  from the Big, Bang, Boom series is included in the exhibition as well. López has also added intervened images from the series Alto Claro,  photographs taken by the artist’s grandfather Luis Reus in 1962 from a house designed by austrian-american architect Richard Neutra. Stairway to Heaven will be accompanied by the large scale collages named “Caracas Mapa #3 and #4″ and “Mapa Boom #4″.  Employing technological methods to study and visualize urban topographies and social and cultural displacements phenomena, López has also teamed up with photographer Nicola Rocco for some of his images from the series Caracas Cenital. Through July 13. Dot Fiftyone Gallery, 187 NW 27th St; Miami. For info: dotfiftyone.com or 305-573-9994.

May 30
Film
The English Teacher
A reserved, single English teacher comes out of her shell to help a former student realize his dreams of becoming a playwright in this warm-hearted comedy drama. Linda Sinclair teaches high-school English in Kingston, PA. Forty and single, she’s content to spend her evenings curled up with a good book in her cozy apartment. Linda’s staid routine is suddenly interrupted, however, with the unexpected reappearance of her most promising pupil, Jason Sherwood. Having failed to make his mark as a playwright in New York City, Jason has returned home to Kingston humbled, and convinced that success has passed him by. Jason’s domineering father Dr. Tom Sherwood wants him to go to law school rather than wasting his time pursuing a career in the arts, and the rejected twenty-something is about to do just that when Linda makes the decision to mount his brooding play as a high-school production. With haughty drama teacher Carl Kapinas assuming the role of director, the Kingston High School stage is soon buzzing with activity. Meanwhile, as Linda embraces uncertainty for the very first time, she finds that in life as in romance, there are no rewards without risks. 7pm & 9pm. O Cinema Miami Shores, 9806 NE 2nd Ave; Miami Shores. For info: 305-571-9970

May 31
Music
Angelique Kidjo
Hot on the heels of her PBS special (which featured the dancers from FELA! on stage with the artist) and her new album release, the internationally acclaimed recording artist Angelique Kidjo returns to the Arsht Center for one performance only. Kidjo’s internationally celebrated repertoire includes collaborations with artists including Carlos Santana, Peter Gabriel, Alicia Keys, Josh Groban, Joss Stone, and more. Her 2008 album, Djin Djin, won the Grammy for Best Contemporary World Music album, and her new album Spirit Rising, which was featured on the PBS special. The album showcases Kidjo’s breathtaking voice and exuberant spirit, which can only be experienced at one of her magical live performances.  8:30pm. $35 – $65. Knight Concert Hall, 1300 Biscayne Blvd; Miami. For info: arshtcenter.org

May 31
Theatre
Be Careful! The Sharks Will Eat You
The Cuban Museum celebrates Exile Cuban Theater Day today with Jay Alvarez’s one-man show “Be Careful! The Sharks Will Eat You”. The work tells the author’s own story of leaving Cuba with his extended family on a boat, and arriving in the US as a child. The show is part of the Museum’s series Sweet Home Museo Cubano, with sponsorship of an Arts Challenge Grant from the Knight Foundation.  Sweet Home Museo Cubano brings artists of the Cuban diáspora to Miami, their virtual home away from home, with the Museum as host. Be Careful! The Sharks Will Eat You! is one of many events that go on throughout 2013. A Broadway musical is in the works, with music by internationally acclaimed Cuban émigré jazz artist Paquito D’Rivera.  $25. 8pm. The Cuban Museum at Onstage Blackbox Theater, 2901 W. Flagler St; Miami. For info: 305.667.9007 or sharkswilleatyou.com

May 31
Art
Imagining La Florida
MDC Museum of Art + Design opens Imagining La Florida. Juan Ponce de León and the Quest for the Fountain of Youth tonight. This multi-media exhibition commemorates Florida’s 500th anniversary. Imagining La Florida highlights Florida’s history between the expedition of Juan Ponce de León in 1513 and the building of Fort Mose in 1739. Starting with the 1513 expedition of Juan Ponce de León, through to the founding of San Agustín by Pedro Menéndez de Aviles, the exhibition recounts initial interactions between Native Americans, Europeans and Africans, emphasizing their contribution to the formation of a new society in Florida, and the myth behind the infamous Fountain of Youth. Through August 17. Free. MDC Museum of Art + Design, 600 Biscayne Blvd; Miami. For info: mdcmoad.org

May 31
Music
Frampton’s Guitar Circus
Following the success of his last world tour celebrating the live album Frampton Comes Alive!, Peter Frampton is back on the road with Frampton’s Guitar Circus. The tour features Frampton performing with friends and celebrated guitarists. Frampton remains one of the most celebrated artists and guitarists in rock history. At 16, he was lead singer and guitarist for British band the Herd. At 18, he co-founded one of the first super groups, seminal rock act Humble Pie. His session work includes such legendary artists as George Harrison, Harry Nilsson, David Bowie, Jerry Lee Lewis, Ringo Starr, John Entwistle and many others. His fifth solo album, the electrifying Frampton Comes Alive!, is one of the top-selling live records of all time. Opening Robert Cray Band. 8pm. $49 – $129. Hard Rock Live, 1 Seminole Way, Hollywood. For info:  954.797.5531

May 31
Dance
Dance Under the Stars
Community leaders come together tonight with Dance NOW! Miami to honor Mayor Matti Bower whose support of the arts makes a difference to so many artists, students, and arts-lovers. Performances by Dance NOW! Miami and live music by the South Beach Chamber Ensemble throughout the magical and elegant setting of the . A one-time-only special performance will feature past scholarship recipients from Dance Now’s  Summer Intensive Program who are now enrolled in the New World School of the Arts BFA College program. Funds raised will support Dance NOW!’s Summer Intensive Scholarship Fund. Tapas and dinner will be provided by Centerplate, the exclusive caterers for the Miami Beach Convention Center, beginning with tapas and closing with chocolate covered strawberries; Steep City Teas will provide delightful infusions and elit Vodka by Stolichnaya will create specialty cocktails all night long using herbs grown in the Garden!  8pm. $75. VIP $125. Miami Beach Botanical Garden, 2000 Convention Center Dr; Miami Beach. For info: dancenowmiami.org

May 31
Film
The Pirates Band of Misfits 
Bandshell Movie Night in the North Shore shows The Pirates Band of Misfits. Pirate Captain sets out on a mission to defeat his rivals Black Bellamy and Cutlass Liz for the Pirate of the year Award. The quest takes Captain and his crew from the shores of Blood Island to the foggy streets of Victorian London. Director: Peter Lord and Jeff Newitt. Starring Hugh Grant, Martin Freeman and Jeremy Piven. 8:15pm. Hang out and enjoy a movie under the stars. 7pm. Free. North Shore Bandshell, 7275 Collins Ave; Miami Beach. For info: miamibeachparks.com

May 31
Music
Keiko Matsui and Al Di Meola
The collective performance of celebrated jazz artist and pianist Keiko Matsui, will be higlihted with the addition of special guest Al Di Meola tonight. It is the first performance of its kind, performed exclusively at the architectural wonder that is Miami’s New World Center. Matsui is known around the world for her innovative contemporary jazz performances and Di Meola for blending world music and jazz. This evening includes Keiko’s songs, including several from her new album, as well as Di Meola’s original work, with a selection performed together and accompanied by Keiko’s band. Ticket prices include a meet and greet with the artists. 8pm. $65 – $200. NWS, 500 17th St;
Miami Beach. For info: 305-673-3330 or newworldcenter.com

June 1
Social
MAM Closing Party BBQ
Don’t miss one last Miami Art Museum party at the Cultural Center Plaza on the eve of the museum’s closing as they prepare to move to a new home, Pérez Art Museum Miami. Entertainment curated by the end, a nomadic artist project in the closing exhibition, New Work Miami 2013. Community radio station Hot 97.7 DJs will play through their 17’ wall of speakers. Catering by Sparky’s Roadside BBQ. $10. 10pm.  MAM, 101 West Flagler St; Miami. For info: 305-375-3000.

June 1
Lecture
Feel the Force: Hurricanes and Other Hazards
Are you prepared? June 1 is the start of hurricane season, and Florida International University’s International Hurricane Research Center and Miami-Dade County Emergency Management Department have joined forces with the Miami Science Museum to deliver a full day of activities and informative speakers. Learn how best to protect yourself, your house, and your pets! Activities include: Hurricane 101: Be Prepared with Max Mayfield, former director of NOAA’s National Hurricane Center; and Curt Sommerhoff, assistant director at Miami-Dade County Emergency Management. Find out your new evacuation zone and chat with Miami-Dade County Emergency Management representatives. Story Behind the Photos: Hurricane Andrew with Ron Miguel and Miami Herald photographers, Meet the Scientist: Tropical weather briefing by the National Hurricane Center, Meet a hurricane hunter at the museum’s P-3 cockpit and learn what it’s like to fly into a storm and Become the meteorologist at the museum’s TV weather studio and much more. 10am – 6pm. Free. Miami Science Museum, 3280 South Miami Ave; Miami. For info: miamisci.org or  305-646-4200.

June 1
Food
Latin Taste Fest
A high-end celebration of Latin culture and an opportunity to alleviate hunger through exclusive charity partner Feeding South Florida. Latin Taste Fest is intended to promote the importance of the Latin community, which has purchasing power of over $1 billion in the United States. The food, wine and spirits extravaganza  will feature cuisine samplings, wines, beers, brand liquors and gourmet cooking classes, plus an eclectic variety of live Latin musical entertainment, exhibits and activities. A variety of top local Latin restaurants will offer a taste of their specialty dishes. VIP guests will have additional access to a special casino-themed area with select restaurants, wine and spirits exhibitors. City of Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado will attend and speak at the event. 4pm – 10pm. $50 – $100. Hilton Miami Airport, 5101 Blue Lagoon Dr; Miami. For info: latintastefest.com or 954-732-1350.

June 1
Books
Eve Ensler
From the bestselling author of The Vagina Monologues and one of Newsweek’s 150 Women Who Changed the World, a visionary memoir of separation and connection—to the body, the self, and the world. Playwright, author, and activist Eve Ensler has devoted her life to the female body—how to talk about it, how to protect and value it. Yet she spent much of her life disassociated from her own body—a disconnection brought on by her father’s sexual abuse and her mother’s remoteness. But Ensler is shocked out of her distance. While working in the Congo, she is shattered to encounter the horrific rape and violence inflicted on the women there. Soon after, she is diagnosed with uterine cancer, and through months of harrowing treatment, she is forced to become first and foremost a body—pricked, punctured, cut, scanned. It is then that all distance is erased. As she connects her own illness to the devastation of the earth, her life force to the resilience of humanity, she is finally, fully—and gratefully—joined to the body of the world. Eve Ensler is an internationally bestselling author and an award-winning playwright whose works include The Vagina Monologues, The Good Body, Insecure at Last, and I Am an Emotional Creature, since adapted for the stage as Emotional Creature. She is the founder of V-Day, the global movement to end violence against women and girls, which has raised more than $90 million for local groups and activists, and inspired the global action One Billion Rising. Ensler lives in Paris and New York City. Tickets are required for this event, and are available at the Coral Gables store or online at Eventbrite.com.  Free. Coral Gables Congregational Church, 3010 De Soto Blvd; Coral Gables. For info: booksandbooks.com

June 1
Shop
Plant Show and Sale
The Tropical Fern and Exotic Plant Show and Sale will showcase many beautiful specimens of a great variety of tropical plants including one of the earth’s oldest residents, the fern. Ferns fit well in with South Florida’s tropical look and there are many species that do well in our climate.  Enjoy and gather ideas from the beautiful display and then have the opportunity to purchase from a fabulous variety of plants. It is quite an experience of plant riches. Come see for yourself what ferns are all about. $25. 9:30am -  4:30pm. Fairchild Garden, For info:

June 1
Gallery
Auto Italia Car Show
The Coral Gables Museum have partnered with the Ferrari Club of America, The Collection, South Miami Fiat and Lamborghini Miami to put on Auto Italia, a show featuring over 50 Italian designed exotic cars. An up close and personal look at the coolest cars on the planet. Great food and 60′s Italian music by DJ Corrado. The film Rendezvous will show. Museum exhibits, including Italy in Motion, featuring Ferraris, Vespas, Ducatis, Fiats, micro-cars and bicycles, will also be on view. Complimentary drink ticket with  admission! This is a one night only special event in celebration of the Year of Italian Culture. 6pm – 8pm. $10. Coral Gables Museum, For info:

June 1
Music
Victor Manuelle
Successful Latin Grammy nominated Puerto Rican American salsa singer, songwriter, and improvisational son singer,Victor Manuelle  is known to his fans as El Sonero de la Juventud (“The Singer Of Youths”). He is identified primarily with salsa romantica or “salsa monga”, but has also experimented with styles ranging from Colombian vallenato to reggaeton. He will play Miami for his new release Me Llamaré Tuyo. 8pm. $33.50 – $63.50. Fillmore, 1700 Washington Ave; Miami Beach. For info: livenation.com or 305.673.7300

June 1
Dance
Florida Classical Ballet Gala
Florida Classical Ballet will present an ambitious program where the dancers will exhibit their virtuosity and talent, with a cast of first class local dancers supported by superstar dancers from US and Europe, all of them idols of South Florida’s public after years of absence. The performance will begin with a Spanish suite including the ballet Majisimo from Cuban choreographer Jorge Garcia, followed by Paquita Pas de Trois and Don Quixote Pas de Deux. After a short inter-mission, La Esmeralda Pas de Six will be presented, followed by Swan Lake, Le Corsaire and Romeo and Juliet Pas de Deux; to close the night a Suite of La Bayadere will be featured. The list of guest Super Stars includes our Adiarys Almeida from Boston Ballet and Jordan Elizabeth Long, recently promoted to Soloist of the Royal Swedish Ballet; Daniel Sarabia coming back from a few years with Maurice Bejart Ballet in Switzerland; and principal dancers Joan Boada and Taras Domitro from San Francisco Ballet together with new figures like Lonnie Weeks and Elizabeth Powell. 8pm. Gusman Center, 174 E. Flagler St; Miami. For info: 305-374-2444

June 2
Tour
Cape Florida Lighthouse Eco-Walk
Learn how Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park was created and the amazing history of this structure as you walk the trail with eco-historian Frank Schena. See the flora and fauna in the park as you step back in time to 1825. Bring your picnic lunch. Advance reservations and payment required. $30. 9am – 11am. HistoryMiami, 101 West Flagler St; Miami. For info: 305-375-1621 or historymiami.org.

June 2
Dance
Ekphrasis Four
Back by popular demand, Dance NOW! Miami returns to the Bass Museum of Art for the fourth year of The EKPHRASIS Project. This year’s performance will focus on the video exhibition of Eve Sussman’s Rape of the Sabine Women, a contemporary reinterpretation of the eponymous Roman Legend. Salterini and Baumgarten will weave live dance throughout the upstairs gallery drawing from and reflecting this brilliant 1960’s reinactment of the ancient tale. From Dance NOW with Bass Museum of Art. 1:30pm & 3:30pm. Free with museum admission. Bass Museum, 2100 Collins Ave; Miami Beach. For info: 305.673.7530 or bassmuseum.com

June 2
Book
Jannen Mason
Author and illustrator Jannen Mason will sign copies of Ocean Commotion: Caught in the Currents today at a Miami-Dade Family Learning Partnership event. 29,000 bathtub toys make history. It was an accident at sea in 1992 that proved the ocean currents are connected. When a cargo ship dropped a bathtub-toy-filled container into the Pacific, the little quackers bobbed along the globe’s waterways, coming to rest on beaches near and far. This fictionalized account of the event is accompanied by maps charting the toys’ travel pattern, a glossary, and a summary of the highly publicized event. Mason’s work has appeared in art galleries, on puzzles and clay tiles, and as fine-art prints. She is a member of the Florida Council on Arts and Culture and the Children’s Book Council. She also served as the illustrator coordinator for the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators in Florida. An exhibit featuring her illustrations traveled throughout museums in Florida and was even displayed in the Capitol Building in Tallahassee. In addition to speaking at schools, Mason appeared on the PBS program NOVA scienceNOW and remains a popular guest on radio. Her accolades include a Lifetime Achievement in the Arts Award, the U.S. Maritime Literature Award, and the National Award for Excellence in Communities. 11am – 6pm. Aventura Mall, 19501 Biscayne Blvd; Aventura.  For info: 305-891-7323.

June 4
Books
Joachim de Posada
Based on the landmark Stanford University study, the marshmallow theory details the results of an experiment where children were left alone with a marshmallow and told that if they didn’t eat it they would receive an additional marshmallow in fifteen minutes. Years later, researchers discovered that the children who had chosen to wait grew up to become more successful adults than the children who had eaten their marshmallows immediately. In Don’t Eat the Marshmallow…Yet! and Don’t Gobble the Marshmallow…Ever!, Joachim de Posada revealed to readers that the secret to success is not merely superior intelligence or hard work, but rather the ability to delay gratification. Now, in Keep Your Eye on the Marshmallow, Posada teaches us that adhering to the marshmallow principle is especially important in uncertain economic times. True success is more than just financial gain or recognition; it’s the ability to balance every aspect of life outside of work—including hobbies, family, and love—in order to enjoy your success, maintain long-term goals, and savor the marshmallows of life. de Posada is a bilingual international motivational speaker, radio and TV personality, author of four books, and newspaper columnist who has spoken in more than sixty countries about leadership, team building, sales and management. His proven methods have crossed over into the sports world, and he has worked with famed NBA coach Del Harris, the Milwaukee Bucks, the Los Angeles Lakers and several Olympic teams. Posada was named one of twenty-five hot speakers in the United States who are shaping the speaking profession by Speaker, the National Speakers Association magazine. He holds a CSP, the highest earned designation in the NSA, and has conducted programs for hundreds of major corporations in the U.S. and around the world, including Verizon, Sprint, Citibank, Banco Santander, BBVA, Pfizer, Baxter, Cargill, IBM, Xerox, U.S. National Guard, Unilever, and also for professional associations such as ISSA, PMA, IFA and CLIA where he was ranked the number one speaker thirty-four times in a row. Books and Books, 265 Aragon Ave; Coral Gables. For info:

June 4
Art
Chronology
The Robert Fontaine Gallery will open its summer exhibition Chronology today. The exhibition will highlight a select timeline of the gallery’s fine art works from 1950s Post-War to today’s cutting edge contemporary works. The survey includes rare pieces and studies by major artists, such as Alexander Calder, Hans Arp, Adolph Gottlieb, Willem de Kooning, Josef Albers, and Helen Frankenthaler. Important figures in Pop Art are represented, including Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg, Roy Lichtenstein, and Tom Wesselmann. In the Post-Pop and Neo-Pop realm, works by Robert Indiana, Jeff Koons, Ed Ruscha, and Christo will be on display. The exhibition is also an opportunity to view the robust collection of new works by the gallery’s contemporary international artists side by side, including Nick Gentry, Anthony Lister, RYCA, Troy Abbott, Lisa Alonzo, and Kathy Kissik. Chronology is a manifestation of the Robert Fontaine Gallery’s mission to showcase both museum-quality and cutting edge pop and contemporary art from the 1950s to today. Through October 4. Robert Fontaine Gallery, 2349 NW 2nd Ave; Miami. For info: 305-397-8530 or robertfontainegallery.com.

June 5
Music
Fall Out Boy
After a three year hiatus, Pop Punk band Fall Out Boy returns to touring to support their new album Save Rock and Roll.  The band’s members include bassist and lyricist Pete Wentz, vocalist and guitarist Patrick Stump, guitarist Joe Trohman and drummer Andy Hurley. Their latest song, “My Songs Know What You Did In the Dark (Light Em Up),” is available on iTunes.  Fall Out Boy soared to fame in 2005 with the album From Under the Cork Tree.  Hit songs like “Sugar, We’re Goin Down” and “Dance, Dance” mixed energetic guitars and angst-ridden lyrics. The group released two more albums in 2007 and 2008 but went on an indefinite hiatus in 2009. $35. 8pm. Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theatre, 1700 Washington Ave; Miami Beach. For info: fillmoremb.com.

June 5
Social
Wine Down Wednesdays
Mix. Mingle. Sip from an elegant wine glass and unwind at downtown Miami’s cultural hotspot, History Miami.  Don’t sit in rush hour traffic when you can be mingling with other professionals and enjoying unlimited empanadas and a glass of wine.  Free access to exhibition galleries, relax with live local music, and experience cultural performances and monthly lectures. 5-8pm. $10. HistoryMiami- 101 West Flagler St; Miami. For info: historymiami.org.

June 6
Comedy
Pam Ann
Buckle up, bitches! Airhostess Pam Ann – who has toured with Cher and crewed private jets for Elton John – returns to the USA in her raunchiest comedy show yet. In Pam Ann: Cockpit, the gutsy and glamorous, sixties-inspired Pam Ann takes aim at the numerous airline calamities making news today.  From the grounding of Boeing 787’s Dreamliner to the Emirates Airlines’ door blowing open at 37,000ft; all the deliciously alarming incidents that are plaguing the world’s airline industry are discussed. In her performances, Pam Ann pokes fun at air travel, identifying the individual quirks of some of the biggest international airlines (and their stereotypes) and mixing in a generous dose of camp, humor and glamour.   Passengers embark on a journey from security check-in to boarding to landing. Pam Ann is the alter ego of Australian comic Caroline Reid.   Reid’s portrayal of the outrageous airhostess has been featured in advertising campaigns for British Airways and Sky Team.  In fact, as the celebrity spokeswoman of Sky Team Terminal 4 at Heathrow, Pam Ann is featured on all in-flight video programming and has been featured on CNN and CNBC. Pam Ann has appeared in promotions for KLM/Air France, JetBLue, Lufthansa, British Airways, Qantas, SAS and low cost British carrier EasyJet uses her videos in their training. 8pm. Colony Theatre, 1040 Lincoln Rd; Miami Beach. For info: pamann.com

June 6
Comedy
Reggie Watts
Miami Light Project brings hilarious and awesome music-comedy-bearded genius Reggie Watts back to Miami. From theatrical hilarity to touring with Conan O’Brian, Reggie’s brand of humor and music are an impossible to be defined explosion of energy. Reggie Watts creates unpredictably brilliant performances on the spot using his voice, looping pedals and his giant brain. Watts works on the edge of improv performance — at a place where you can almost visibly see his brain moving, as he pulls spoken and musical snippets from the sonosphere and blends them into a stream-of-consciousness flow. 8pm. The Light Box at Goldman Warehouse, 404 NW 26 St; Miami. For info: miamilightproject.com

June 6
Theatre
Summer Shorts 2013
Summer kicks off with the hilarious and provocative Summer Shorts Festival with an incredible line-up of scripts penned by the country’s best writers including City Theatre National Short Play Competition winners, Summer Shorts  is the most fun 90 minutes you’ll have all summer. Summer Shorts comes along once a year so reserve your tickets now! Today it’s your turn to laugh your way into Summer. 8pm. $35. Carnival Studio Theater, 1300 Biscayne Blvd; Miami. For info: arshtcenter.org

June 6
Art
Dawoud Bey:  Picturing People
MOCA opens Dawoud Bey: Picturing People, an expansive career survey of the Chicago-based photographer which ranges from street encounters to formal studio portraits. Bey is distinguished for his commitment to portraiture as a means for understanding contemporary society. Bey first gained notoriety as a photographer for his acclaimed series Harlem U.S.A., exhibited at The Studio Museum in Harlem in 1979.  The 50 images in Picturing People, organized by The Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago, represent the evolution of Bey’s work in the three decades since, during which time he continued his portraiture of primarily African-American subjects. Over the years, Bey continues to investigate numerous photographic methods to increase his engagement with his subjects, switching from black and white to color, shifting between street photography and studio work, and now working with large-format cameras.  His earliest small camera pictures demonstrate a spontaneous orchestration and choreography of human interactions within a specific location, and the fleeting social tensions embedded in them.  Bey’s street portraits explore moments of consensual collaboration between the artist and the subjects.  With his Polaroid photographs, Bey began his introduction of young people as a central subject. Bey’s most recent series is Strangers/Community, consisting of large-format photographs of two individuals that, although members of the same socio-geographic community, are unknown to one another.  Casually positioned side-by-side, between them are differences in age, race, comportment, gender, etc. – differences which call into question the terms on which community is defined. Opening Reception tonight with the artist. 7pm – 9pm. $10. MOCA, 770 NE 125th Street in North Miami. For info: mocanomi.org.

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