Each year our Best Of issue drops a bomb of possibilities and rage on the 305. Maybe you're excitedly trying out our picks, or perhaps mourning those who missed the 2015 cut, spending money at your beloved underrated bar. To soften this long and possibly pricey local exploration, we present our weekly list of free activities — some going down at the city's favorite spots.
Adrienne Arsht Center Farmers Market in Downtown Miami: Keep it fresh on a Monday afternoon.
Miami Jazz Jam at Churchill's: Classic hip hop, open mic, and live jazz from Fernando Ulibarri Group, the Mike Wood Trio and more.
Miami Against Humanity at The New Tropic: Play the party game for horrible people with a major Miami slant.
- Hélène Farnault in Conversation with Oscar Carvallo at Books & Books: Author Farnault and haute couture designer Carvallo discuss the world of fashion design and its artisans, the topic of Farnault’s new book, Haute Couture Ateliers: The Artisans of Fashion, an illustrated look behind the scenes at every great couture house.
- One Crazy Summer at Shirley's: Continue your summer ode to '80s cinema with this John Cusack, Demi Moore romp.
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Movies Under the Stars at Canvas: Get treats from Michelle's Cookies and movie-themed cocktails as you watch the Spanish comedy, Una Pistola En Cada Mano.
Tim Griffin at ICA Miami: Executive Director and Chief Curator of The Kitchen, one of New York City's oldest non-profit art spaces, Griffin will discuss the current ICA exhibition, Ryan Sullivan.
- Miami Performance International Festival: Starting Thursday at Churchill's and ending Sunday at Miami Beach Botanical Garden, the fourth annual celebration of performance art features both international and local artists like Otto Von Schirach, Kevin & Barron, and more.
Modern Times at FIU Miami Beach Urban Studios: Catch a free screening of Charlie Chapman's 1936 film, Modern Times, followed by a discussion tying the film to mounir fatmi's current exhibition of the same name.
- Miami Under 40 Mixer at The Forge: Get buzzed and make it rain with your business cards.