November 2008, Volume 12, Number 9
Protean performer Marissa Chibás tells an astonishing tale in 'Daughter of a Cuban Revolutionary.'
The Florida Center for the Literary Arts at Miami Dade College has outdone itself with its fall programming.
The month begins with a showcase of the Canary Islands’ most celebrated contemporary artists.
'The Objectification of Things' is artist Michelle Ellsworth’s attempt to illuminate the importance mere objects have in our lives.
'Miami: City – Metaphor' was an interesting mix of artworks inspired by the intrepid pace of the city.
All of South Florida will celebrate the 25th anniversary of Miami Book Fair International from Nov. 9-16.
The 25th Miami International Book Fair will not disappoint those seeking literary star-power.
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