Free Events This Week: Voices of Haiti, International Noise Conference, Shake
Get all political about The Cosby Show at UM Monday
If you're in a relationship, you've probably already spent all your money on Valentine's Day gifts for your significant other.
If you're currently unattached, you've probably spent all your cash on episodes of Downton Abbey and tubs of Ben & Jerry's to keep you company.
Either way, you're broke. So it's a damned good thing there are plenty of free events to keep your spirits up and your debt down this week.
Voices of Haiti: The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting presents a multimedia exploration of Haitians living in the aftermath of the 2010 earthquake at the University of Miami. RSVP as space is limited.
Black Love: Also held at the University of Miami, this Black Awareness Month forum analyses how Black relationships can be demoralized or praised in the media by focusing on famous sitcoms like Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, The Cosby Show and My Wife & Kids as well as music videos and news outlets.
David A. Ansell: A Chicago-based physician and health activist, the author stops by Boynton Beach City Library to discuss his book County: Life, Death and Politics at Chicago's Public Hospital.
Drum circle: Cruzan Rum Bar invites you to bring your own instruments and awkward dance moves to the fireside every Thursday night.
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