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"Florida Keys" International Music Competition Winners Gala Concert
"Florida Keys" International Music Competition, in honor of the great Azerbaijani Composer Jevdet Hajiyev, was conceived to showcase young talented musicians in developing their musical individuality and improving their mastery. "Florida Keys" IMC offers aspiring musicians to display their talents on the great stages of the world, and their laureates perform on stages in New York, Vienna, Paris, Miami, as well as other renowned stages. They are pleased to present their Gala Concert and Award Ceremony in South Florida, at the Aventura Arts & Cultural Center. Young talents from around the world will perform classical music and music from a variety of cultures from around the globe. Afterwards, there will be an awards ceremony with honors for the participants.
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"Súbete a Mi Moto" Tour 2020: Rene, Miguel, Ricky, Johnny, Ray
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'My Hindu Friend' Starring Willem Dafoe
A week-long theatrical event of past cinema legend / Oscar nominee, Hector Babenco’s (Kiss of the Spider Woman) final feature film, "My Hindu Friend" (‘Meu Amigo Hindu’), from Jan. 17 through 24. Inspired by Babenco’s personal journey, "My Hindu Friend" stars four-time Oscar nominee Willem Dafoe (Spider-Man, The Lighthouse, The Florida Project) as “Diego”, a talented American filmmaker, whose life is quickly disrupted after being diagnosed with lymphatic cancer. Through a series of heart-wrenching events, Diego’s life is changed forever when he befriends a young Hindu boy. For tickets, please visit: If you’re interested in attending with a press passes or for more information, please contact
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Education, For the Family, Living History, Tour
“The Bryans of Fort Lauderdale,” a New Major Exhibition at History Fort Lauderdale
History Fort Lauderdale, proud steward of our community’s past by making our heritage accessible and engaging to residents and visitors, invites guests to explore “The Bryans of Fort Lauderdale,” a new major permanent exhibit opening October 1. The exhibit will allow visitors to experience the story of the City of Fort Lauderdale as told through the pioneer family that shaped its development from an agricultural outpost in 1896 to a bustling city in the 1920s to its current status as a leading Metropolis. The first major history exhibition in three years, this visually compelling exhibit will occupy half of one of the main upstairs galleries and will remain part of the History Museum’s permanent exhibits. Highlights of the exhibit include New River development pioneer Tom Bryan’s original desk and chair from the 1920s, agricultural artifacts from the early 1900s, a historic hotel register and family photos. The Bryans of Fort Lauderdale, descendants of William Bryan, a Revolutionary War veteran from North Carolina, can be traced back to Florida as early as 1844 with the birth of great grandson Philemon Nathaniel Bryan in Hamilton County. Philemon served in the Confederate Army and moved south to Volusia County after the Civil War. He acquired extensive citrus groves and served as the mayor of New Smyrna. After acquiring wealth and a reputation for his agricultural skills, he and his wife, Lucy, moved further south and arrived on the New River in 1895, where Bryan served as a construction contractor for the Florida East Coast Railway and officer in the first city bank. He and his seven children, including Reed A. Bryan, Tom M. Bryan, Virginia Dallas Bryan and Constance Bryan, along with several relatives, also settled in Fort Lauderdale and helped build it to prominence. They worked as farmers, innkeepers, and businesspeople becoming civic leaders and nurturing the City on its way to prosperity.
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Education, Conference
10th Annual Mango Writers Conference
The South Florida Writers Association (SFWA) will host its 10th Annual Mango Writers Conference. To register, visit There will be a catered breakfast and lunch, snacks, speakers and raffle prizes. This year’s agenda includes a diverse lineup, featuring local published authors and industry experts, speaking on an array of subjects pertinent to writers in every phase of their manuscript. The full schedule includes Attorney Allen Bennett, authors Mary Greenwood, Yolanda Ledesma, Nina Romano, Marsha Sims and Lori Swick, as well as Professor Andrew Strycharski.
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Experimental/Perf. Art
10th Annual Mega Flow: AnniFLO'etry
The highly anticipated annual poetic megaFLO' production "ANNIFLO'ETRY" returns to celebrate 10 MegaFLÓs & Livin'!... at the world famous Broward Center for the Performing Arts! It is an exciting Spoken Word journey through the words & life experiences of one the greatest & most historical storytellers of all time - the POET! This unique artistic live entertainment showcase spotlights an array of national & internationally renown professional poets (featuring nationally & internationally renowned...& ONLY "4 time Individual World Poetry & Individual Southern Fried Regional slam CHAMPION" POET - ED MABREY). Hosted by the one & only all around entertaining CEO of FLO'etry (FLO4Me) Ent., LLC Jerris "QUICKThePoet" Evans, ANNIFLO'ETRY is a nonstop energetic spoken word rollercoaster production that will leave every patron in attendance highly anticipating the next poetic ride!
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10th Annual Outrun Hunger 5K
On Saturday, March 21, 2020, Feeding South Florida®, the leading domestic hunger-relief organization in South Florida, will host its 10th Annual Outrun Hunger 5K presented by JM Family Enterprises. The event, which will raise funds to help end hunger in South Florida and raise awareness for the issue of food insecurity, will take place along the scenic Hollywood Beach Broadwalk. Currently in South Florida, there are 706,430 food insecure individuals, and one in five children go to bed hungry. Registration begins at 6:45 a.m. The 5K will begin at 7:30 a.m. After the race, an award ceremony and a raffle will take place. Music will be provided by Mike Sipe Entertainment throughout the morning. Participants can join the event as an individual or a team. Medals will be given for the top three places in each age category and overall best times for males and females. Those not participating in the race may also support the organization as a virtual runner by creating a personalized fundraising page. Runners and walkers can also create a custom fundraising web page. To create a customized fundraising page, click here. Media is invited to attend and cover the event and may do so by e-mailing
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Signing/Readings, Talks/Lectures
11th Annual LitLUNCH!
Mary Kubica is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of five novels, including The Good Girl, Pretty Baby, and Don’t You Cry. Her first novel was an Indie Next pick in August 2014 and received a Strand Critics Nomination for Best First Novel. Her newest book, The Other Mrs., will be released on February 18, 2020. The story follows couple Sadie and Will Foust and the murder of their neighbor on a tiny island off the coast of Maine. Sadie becomes unnerved by the house they inherited from Will’s sister, the niece they now have custody of, and the constant feeling of a threatening presence. LitLUNCH! is the first event of Literary Feast and will include book sales and signings, a multi-course meal and drinks, silent auction, and raffle. Each ticket purchase includes a signed copy of The Other Mrs. A sell-out crowd of over 200 prominent businesswomen typically attends this much-anticipated annual event.
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Benefit/Fundraiser, Blues
13th Annual 5k Run/Walk, Family Fun and Blues Concert
Join us for a 5k run/walk, enjoy the beautiful day with family and friends, and take in an outdoor Blues Concert. Help raise money for kids with cancer and to find gentler cures for childhood cancer.
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13th Annual Breaking the Silence Soiree
Goodman Jewish Family Services (JFS) of Broward County will host the 13th Annual Breaking the Silence Soiree to benefit the JFS domestic abuse program. Journalist, author, and domestic violence advocate Rachel Louise Snyder will serve as keynote speaker. Praised by The New Yorker as a “writer of uncommon talent and confidence,” Snyder is the author of No Visible Bruises: What We Don’t Know About Domestic Violence Can Kill Us. Critically acclaimed for its authentic portrayal of intimate abuse, the book connects America's most pressing social crises— mass shootings, incarceration and #MeToo—using the stories of victims, perpetrators, law enforcement, and reform movements from across the country.
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