Another day, another reminder you can be broke as hell and still have a good time in the 305. This week, you can catch movies, enjoy live music, attend block parties, and mark the memory of MLK, all for free.
- Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day Parade in Liberty City: Celebrate Dr. King at the annual parade, featuring high-school marching bands, athletes, cheerleaders, floats, cars, and fire trucks bearing local politicians, union leaders, and activists, plus carnival dancers and music.
The Magicians at Cosford Cinema: Catch a screening of the new original SyFy show based on Lev Grossman's bestselling book series, plus a live performance by singer Bebe Rexha.
Roberto Rovira: Every Eden – Undressing Nature's Fashion at Books & Books Bal Harbour: Explore Florida’s winter flora through the lens of art, nature, and technology with award-winning landscape architect Roberto Rovira.
Stand for Hope Concert at Barry University: Sponsored by the School of Social Work and the Center for Human Rights and Social Justice, this concert benefiting human-trafficking awareness and education features speakers and performances by Butterfly, Latin Roots, Fulano de Tal, and Erica Sommer.
The Boy Friend at SoundScape: Catch the 1971 British-American musical comedy directed by Ken Russell and starring Twiggy, Christopher Gable, and Tommy Tune.
- Fashion Project Book Club at Books & Books Bal Harbour: This month's book discussion is the classic Seeing Through Clothes, by Anne Hollander, which approaches fashion through an art historical lens.
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- 2016 Third Thursdays at Surfside: Join the 1950s sock hop block party on the corner of Harding Avenue and 95th Street.
Miami Anniversary Party at LaBare: Party it up with the men of LaBare Florida and get a complimentary drink. #LaBareIfYouDare
- Carlos Spartacus: Earthbound Musings at FIU Miami Beach Urban Studios: Check out the opening reception of the FIU alum's most recent work.