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Young artists from across the country visit Miami for a week of free performances, screenings, exhibitions and readings.
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Felipe Misan, sculptor
Almost every month, Felipe Misan dons a safari hat and a vest and heads off to Zoo Miami or Jungle Island, where he photographs every detail of the animals. He then goes to the Ceramic League of Miami in Kendall every Tuesday, where he sculpts the animals out of clay. It's a special skill.
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Karaoke at Studio in Miami Beach
Studio, at the Shelborne Beach Resort, 1801 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, was made for karaoke. People come here to sing their hearts out.
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Evolution Dance and Performing Arts performers, 2012
Evolution Dance and Performing Arts school members perform in the end of the year showcase at the Manuel Artime Theater in Little Havana, Friday, July 13, 2012. Located at 2800 W 84th St. in Hialeah, the school offers year-round training in a variety of dance genres as well as music and theater.
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Jazz at Museum of Contemporary Art September 30, 2011
Music lovers enjoy the sounds of Jazz at MOCA event September 30, 2011. Featured were drummer Gordon Rista, bassist Gary Thomas, pianist Max Farber and saxophonist Henry Paz.
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Area Stage Company's Summer stars shine
Area Stage Company's Summer Conservatory is an intense theater program designed to build future stars. "Area Stage has made me the actress I am today," says one young actress.
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Hats and harmony at Miami Beach Botanical Garden
Greater Miami Youth Symphony members performed during a concert and art exhibit at Miami Beach Botanical Garden on April 7, 2012 in Miami Beach. The event was hosted by EdgeZones and featured hats and other art on display, and hat making for children.
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Shakespeare in Kendall
A performance of "Twelfth Night, Or What You Will," in the Studio Theater at Miami Dade College.
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Leila Cobo, "The Second Time We Meet"
Journalist Leila Cobo will have to change her title to novelist who works for magazine and television. The reason is that her second novel, "The Second Time We Meet," is among the top 10 Hispanic books from Amazon. She appeared to read the first two chapters at Books & Books.
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1956 weather bureau movie used Herald as prop
In 1956 Mrs. Gilbert Clark, wife of a weather bureau meteorologist, posed with a copy of The Miami Herald for a U.S. Weather Bureau movie on hurricanes.