Things To Do

Free Events This Week in Miami: Movies Under the Stars, Amy Winehouse, and Little Haiti

Rise and shine, folks. You've got another work week ahead to get through, some saddled by leftover pounds of Rosh Hashanah brisket you better not waste or your mom's gonna be pissed. Luckily, we've got the perfect pick-me-ups to make the days breeze by, from new art exhibits and live music to booze-filled movie nights — all free of charge.

  • “Los Caprichos de Goya-Dalí” at Centro Cultural Español: This new exhibition features 40 original prints, 17 by Goya and 23 by Dalí, inviting us to discover two great masters through intelligence and humor.
  • Monday Night Football Kickoff at Batch Gastropub: Catch your NFL teams and a free Goose Island beer.
  • Ali Smith st Mindy Solomon Gallery: The gallery's first show in its new Little River space features "Fever Pitch," an exhibition of new paintings by Los Angeles-based artist Ali Smith. 
  • Trivia Night at The New Tropic: Test your pop culture, factoid, and Miami history skills.
  • Bonnie and Clyde at Fashion Project: Break out that beret and cigar for the 1967 telling of the infamous crime-loving couple.

  • Movies Under the Stars at Canvas Miami: Catch the award-winning Argentinian film Relatos Salvajes (Wild Tales) by acclaimed director, Damián Szifrón, plus complimentary wine and treats. 

  • "Wish You Were Here:" A Night With Amy Winehouse at The Annex: Enjoy Beck's Beer and Basil Hayden Cocktails as Miami jazz singer Taylor Powell pays tribute to the late great Amy Winehouse. 
  • Big Night in Little Haiti: Magnum Band and DJ Mack bring this month's music, along with kreyol cuisine from Leela's Restaurant.
  • "Beautiful Decay" at the Arc: Featuring local architects and designers, "Beautiful Decay" is an architectural exploration into the viability of current methods of habitation. 

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Shelly Davidov