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“Ocean Filibuster,” a Theatrical Wake-Up Call on Climate Change

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“OCEAN FILIBUSTER” is a work of multimedia immersive theater playing Saturday, Nov. 12 through Sunday, Nov. 20 inside the Carnival Studio Theatre at the Adrienne Arsht Center’s Carnival Studio Theater.

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Germane Barnes at Nina Johnson Gallery

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Germane Barnes is an Assistant Professor and the Director of The Community Housing & Identity Lab (CHIL) at the University of Miami School of Architecture. Barnes’ work has been exhibited at and written about in, The Museum of Modern Art, The New York Times, Architect Magazine, DesignMIAMI/ Art Basel, and The National Museum of African American History. Barnes received the 2021 Rome Prize for Architecture.

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Review: Actors’ Playhouse Delivers a Concert and Cautionary Tale in “Hank Williams: Lost Highway”

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In 1987, singer-songwriter Hank Williams was given a posthumous Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. The honor, bestowed to a country music icon whose body of work included “I Can’t Help It (If I’m Still in Love with You),” “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry,” “Hey Good Lookin’,” “Your Cheatin’ Heart” and countless Billboard Country and Western chart toppers, was richly deserved.

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Maryan at MOCA

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After a two-year pandemic pause, Miami’s City Theatre is finally celebrating its 25th anniversary in the best way possible, presenting a Summer Shorts festival that amply demonstrates the engaging allure of short-form comedies, plays and musicals.

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City Theatre’s “Summer Shorts” Returns in Fine Form for 25th Anniversary

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After a two-year pandemic pause, Miami’s City Theatre is finally celebrating its 25th anniversary in the best way possible, presenting a Summer Shorts festival that amply demonstrates the engaging allure of short-form comedies, plays and musicals.

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Miami Beach Native Michele Oka Doner Leaves Footprint on ‘Aspen Ideas: Climate’ Conference

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By Elisa Turner

The May conference in Miami is the first time the Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit Aspen Institute has addressed climate change, where it is bringing together local and international policy makers, scientific experts, corporate leaders, and other stakeholders.

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