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Honey at Goo July 10

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Local underground all ages venue Goo is branching out into more art and film related events. This week several fixtures on the Miami scene are putting together an art show at the fledgling venue. There will be the requisite food and beverages served up as well as some music of the DJ variety. Look for stuff in the punk and outsider variety. More updates will be featured as I can figure them out. As always these local all ages events are kind of hard to figure anything out about if you are 30+, which I am.

The show features art from Stephanie Diaz, Danny Euceda, Julian Consuegra, Kris Garcia, Joel Hernandez, Ernys Madariaga, Jesus Lopez and Nick Klein and runs from 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. at Goo (150 NW 54 St., Miami). 

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