November 2009, Volume 13, Number 8

Cultural Spotlight

Barbara Kingsolver

2009 Miami Book Fair International

More than 350 authors – including a slate of critically and commercially successful Ibero-American writers – have confirmed their attendance at the 2009 Book Fair.

Home movie still showing child playing

Films open a personal window to Florida history

Since the 1980s, the Lynn and Louis Wolfson II Florida Moving Image Archives, now part of MDC, has been collecting and preserving old home movies.

illustration of a clapboard

Kendall theater no laughing matter

Laughs come first this fall at MDC’s Kendall Campus theater, which kicked off another promising season with the premiere of The Virgin of Little Havana.

Arturo Sandoval

Familiar names headline Kendall Jazz Fest

Some familiar award-winning jazz greats will transform Kendall Campus into a musical showplace Nov. 20 during the campus’ Third Annual Latin Jazz Festival.

Ed Calle on saxophone

Jazz series draws bigger crowds

The 12th annual Jazz at Wolfson Presents concert series is going to be the biggest yet.

The Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C.

Miami remembers Lincoln

Miami Dade College and several other South Florida organizations and individuals are leading the community in honoring the legacy of Abraham Lincoln.

Gregory Maqoma

Introspection is at the heart of 'Beautiful Me'

'Beautiful Me' is a living self-portrait and a provocative exploration of kinetic African identity.

Dave Stryker

Fall events at Miami Dade College

2009 Book Fair, art exhibitions, dramatic productions.

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