Happy Monday, Miami! We can guess how many of you are feeling on this bright post-Easter day: You're sluggish from ham consumption and ten too many chocolate bunnies. You feel guilt about said gluttony, guilt only made worse by that once-a-year church visit and the latest TV retelling of Christ's crucifixion.
Today is a new day, however, and you can shake off that shame and get right back to sinning and winning, starting with this collection of free fun.
- Holocaust Remembrance Concert at FIU Urban Studios: The Amernet String Quartet members Michael Klotz and Jason Calloway with pianist Heather Coltman present works by Korngold, Zeitlin, Shul, Block, and more.
- Charles Philippe Jean-Pierre at Haitian Heritage Museum: Don't miss the last week to see the artist's Neo and Abstract Expressionism show, "Haiti Contemporary- Les Jacmelien IV.”
The Theory of Everything at SoundScape: Catch the Oscar-nominated love story of Stephen Hawking and Jane Wilde.
- Curator Walkthrough at ArtCenter: Join Ombretta Agró Andruff for a tour of "Attitudes in Latitudes: The Northern Wild Explores the Tropics," highlighting local and Canadian artists' connection to the landscape around them.
Gay Pride Welcome Party at The Gaythering: Get free admission, happy hour prices, and mingle with all the newbies in town for the weekend festivities.
Comedy Records “The South Beach Album” at The Fillmore: Can't afford to catch the headliners at the South Beach Comedy Festival? Mat Cat Theatre and Comedy Records presents a free live recording of Miami comedians' stand up — hosted by New Times alum, Daniel Reskin.
Kate MacDowell at Mindy Solomon Gallery: Attend the opening reception for the sculptural and installation-based artist's solo show, "Completely Exposed," which explores the human relationship with the animal kingdom.
River Cities Festival at Miami Springs: Free river boat rides, live bands, food, drinks (and a dog show!).
- Gay Pride Festival and Parade: Show your pride and get ready for the revelry — Mario Lopez is waiting!
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