Friday, March 13, 2015 at 8 a.m.
Excited for the weekend.
Photo by Alex Markow
Yet another weekend is upon us, thank goodness. As always, there's plenty to do in the Magic City. This weekend offers art sales, an orchid show, Cuban-influenced jazz, and French film.
Enjoy your weekend, you've worked hard.
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This weekend-long art sale kicks off with a Friday night. Art After Dark: An Art Sale @ Bakehouse Art Complex: VIDEO
With her brand, Yissy García y Su Band, Garcia blends sounds from the worlds of Latin jazz, funk, and electronic. Yissy García at Light Box at Goldman Warehouse:
Courtesy Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden
Choose one of the 10,000 rare orchids that will be available for purchase throughout the lush gardens. Orchid Festival at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden: VIDEO
Local Borscht-affiliated video artist and editor Robert Padilla will present three shorts by legendary French animator Michel Ocelot: A Weekend of French Short Films at Books and Books: The Three Inventors (1979), The Legend of the Poor Hunchback (1983), and Tales of the Night (2011). Saturday:
From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., you'll have access to food trucks, a farmers' market, a plant sale, and live music by Broken Tenure. Miami Beach Garden Tour at Miami Beach Botanical Garden: VIDEO
The ultimate story of good versus evil told through song. Jekyll and Hyde at South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center:
The gallery hosts a hands-on art project for kids ages 4 to 13. Little LAB at Locust Projects: Sunday:
Food at Calle Ocho
Photo by Marco Korfield
The largest Latino festival in the United States is back for its 38th year. Calle Ocho Festival at Calle Ocho:
One of the biggest youth talent competitions in the nation. Young Talent, Big Dreams at South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center:
YoungArts' youngest performers performers will showcase their creativity with performances, readings, exhibitions and screenings. Dance, Music, Theater & Voice Performance at Colony Theater:
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