Monday, June 18. A Night of House Music at The Stage! Featuring Yerbabuena’s ex-vocalist l Chino Dread Lion and Nova Duet. 170 NE 38th St. Miami, Fl. 33137. 305-576 9577
Tuesday, June 19. “Aviation in Miami: The First Hundred Years. Miami has plenty of stories linked to aviation like Pan Am first and last fly, Amelia Earhart’s ill-fated attempt to circumnavigate the globe. And it was exactly a century ago that the first plane soared over our pineapple farms and mango trees when aviator Howard Gill piloted a biplane furnished by the Wright brothers. History Miami is marking this anniversary with an exhibit that includes artifacts from famous aviators such as Glenn Curtiss, Charles Lindbergh, Eddie Rickenbacker, and Earhart, as well as from Pan Am and Eastern. For more information about this an other exhibitions, visit History Miami, 101 W. Flagler St. Miami, FL 33130. 305-375-1492
Tuesday, June 19. The Catalina. The South Beach based reality show airs its 4th episode: Sex in South Beach. Take a look at what it’s like not only to work but to have fun in South Beach. on the CW at 8:00pm
Tuesday, June 19. NBA The Finals: Game 4 – The Heat is On! Our team is up 2-1 against Oklahoma City Thunder for the 2012 Championship. AmericanAirlines Arena – 9pm
Wednesday, June 20. Wednesday Night Endless Fried Chicken at Michy’s. A A summertime tradition since 2009, award-winning chef Michelle Bernstein and husband/partner David Martinez offer a special weekly Wednesday night all-you-care-to-eat fried chicken feast featuring the chef’s to-die-for fried chicken, which gets those in the know lining up at the gourmet neighborhood eatery. Dinner is served Tuesday – Thursday, 6:30 pm – 11:00 pm; Friday & Saturday, 6:00 pm – 11:30 pm; and Sunday, from 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm. Michy’s is located at 6927 Biscayne Boulevard in Miami. (305) 759-2001.
Wednesday, June 20. Premier of American Black Film Festival. Four days of The independent film festival that focuses primarily on works by Black members of the film industry. Each summer more than 5,000 movie lovers gather in Miami Beach for inspiring days filled with premieres, master classes, panels, exclusive parties, contests and awards facilitating collaboration, education and deal making. Visit ABFF site for programming and Schedule.
Thursday, June 21. “Dump The Pump” Day. Nobody thinks of Miami as a city for pedestrians but Miami-Dade Transit has joined forces with Broward County Transit, Palm Tran, South Florida Commuter Services, South Florida Regional Transportation Authority/Tri-Rail and the Florida Department of Transportation to promote the benefits of using public transportation in honor of National Dump the Pump Day. South Florida residents are encouraged to register now and make a pledge to join millions of commuters across the country who will ride public transportation and be automatically entered to win a monthly transit pass. Commuters who visit www.1800234RIDE.com and make the pledge to ride public transit on June 21 will be automatically entered to win a regional monthly pass, good for seamless travel on the Tri-Rail and Miami-Dade transit systems.
Thursday, June 21. NBA The Finals: Game 5 – Miami Heat vs. Oklahoma City Thunder at AmericanAirlines Arena – 9pm.
Thursday, June 21. Lost Bohemia. For over 100 years, the most significant 20th century artists and performers have lived and worked in the 165 studios atop Carnegie Hall, including Marilyn Monroe, Isadora Duncan, Barnett Newman, Norman Mailer, Marlon Brando, and George Balanchine. In 2007, the Carnegie Hall Corporation began to systematically evict the artists, destroy the studios, and convert the space into offices. Alarmed by the situation, photographer Josef Astor, a resident of the Carnegie Hall Studios for over 20 years, began to film his neighboring artists: ballet and drama instructors, dancers, singers, sculptors, painters, and writers, as they fought to preserve the studios for future generations. Buy your tickets here. O-Cinema 90 NW 29th Street, Miami, FL 33127 (305) 571-9970
Thursday, June 21. A Bicycle Country. From Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Nilo Cruz’s Bicycle Country tells a moving story that delves into familiar themes of oppression, freedom, survival, and hope. Performances are 8 pm Thursday-Saturday, 1 pm and 5:30 pm on some Sundays. Tickets are $35-$40. For more information visit New Theater www.new-theatre.org Roxy Performing Arts Center, 1645 SW 107th Ave. Miami, FL 33165. (305) 443-5909
Friday, June 22. Sorry for Party Rocking Tour. LMFAO is ready to take their party rock anthems on the road “Sorry for Party Rocking Tour” Featuring LMFAO and the Party Rock Crew and Special Guests Far East Movement, The Quest Crew, Sidney Samson, Eva Simmons and Natalia Kills Special guests, electro-hip hop quartet Far East Movement will be bringing their ‘Dirty Bass’ sound, performing their big hits ’Like A G6,” “Rocketeer,” “Jello” and new club & radio anthem “Live My Life.” Get your tickets here. The Party starts at 7 pm. AmericanAirlines Arena 601 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132
Saturday, June 23. Mango Mania. Man Mango season is here again!!! If you are fan of this delicious fruit, check out Mango Mania at the Fruit & Spice Park this Saturday from 10 am to 1 pm. Park experts will give you an overview of everything mango-related. You’ll learn how to grow and graft mango trees, how to troubleshoot diseases and identify and eradicate pesky insects, and how to distinguish hundreds of mango varieties. And of course, you can also tour the 160 mango varieties and try them. The Fruit & Spice Park is located at 24801 Southwest 187th Ave. Homestead, FL 33031. 305-247-5727
Saturday, June 23. The 2nd Annual Overtown Rhythm and Arts Festival. The Overtown Rhythm & Arts Festival celebrates the rich history of one of Miami’s earliest historically black communities and the place where some of music’s biggest legends, such as Ella Fitzgerald, Duke Ellington and Billie Holiday, performed and stayed. This year, the Festival will feature award-winning headlining artists American soul singer Freddie Jackson and singer and guitarist Jonathan Butler, among many others. The Festival will take place on Saturday, June 23 in Historic Overtownon 3rd Avenue from 9th to 11th Streets, from 11:00am to 8:00pm. Admission is free.
Saturday, June 23. Lionel Messi & World Soccer Masters. World Soccer Masters brings together the most distinguished athletes in soccer, including Fabio Capello and Dunga, the coaches for the friendly match taking place at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens on June 23 at 7 pm. Sun Life Stadium, 347 Don Shula Drive, Miami Gardens, FL 33056 (305) 623-6100
Saturday, June 23. Siudy Between Worlds. A unique, electrifying fusion of flamenco, urban rhythms and dance featuring master flamenco performer Suidy Garrido and 22 extraordinary flamenco and urban dancers is sure to become the ride of a lifetime! Get your tickets here. Knight Concert Hall at Adrianne Arst Center, 1300 Biscayne Blvd. (305) 949-6722
Sunday, June 24. Lincoln Road Farmers Market. A nice plan for a Sunday, stroll Lincoln Rd. Where you’ll find a spectacular display of fruits, veggies, fresh flowers and plants, bread, honey, jams, and much more. You can even eat there. From 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Lincoln Road Mall, between Alton and the Ocean Miami Beach, FL 3313
Sunday, June 24. MBL Miami Marlins vs. Toronto Blue Jays. Support our team at the ballpark and enjoy a fun afternoon with your family. Buy your tickets here. Game starts at 1:10 pm. Marlins Park is located at 501 Marlins Way (NW 16th Avenue), Miami, Florida 33125
Sunday, June 24. Brazilian Sun Daze Hosted by Gene De Souza from Cafe Brasil featuring Monica Da Silva and DJ Fabio Soul. Get ready for a samba fueled Sunday with the best in Brazilian music as well as Brazilian cuisine and all the beautiful people. Brazilian Sun Daze, Sunday at 6:00 pm. The Stage, 170 NE 38th St. Miami, Fl. 33137. 305-576 9577.