Free Events This Week in Miami: Phife Dawg, Karaoke, and Mission Impossible

Happy Monday, Miami. Now that all the Easter fuzzies and family time are behind us, it's time to get back to the daily grind. Luckily, the week is full of music, movies, karaoke, and other free fun to tide you over until the weekend returns. 


  • Silvia Betti at Books & Books: Assistant professor of language, literature, and cultures Silvia Betti presents European Visions on Spanglish, a look at the English-Spanish hybrid language and its social and cultural history in the United States. 
  • Adolfo Mena Cejas at Gramps: The Cuban filmmaker will present two of his award-winning short films — Nani & Tati and Miénteme Bien, Jackie Chang (Be a Good Liar, Jackie Chang).


  • Electric Piquete at Ball & Chain: Catch one of Miami's best Latin funk bands perform a tribute to jazz legend Herbie Hancock.



  • Let's Sang at Gramps: Sing into spring with your fellow music nerds. 
  • Fresh Cookies Guerrilla Art Show at Little River Arts District: Let fresh art and freshly baked cookies break you free from the usual gallery scene. 
  • Live Jazz at Ball & Chain: Don't miss a live 88.9 FM WDNA radio broadcast showcase.


  • Spring Fling Preview at Locust Projects: Get a first look at Locust's  silent auction, Making It Gray, curated by Claire Breukel.
  • Giralda Under the Stars on Giralda Avenue: Roam Coral Gables' Restaurant Row for bites, live music, and more. 

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