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 Summer Camp Guide

Summer's right around the corner, and SocialMiami's 2016 Summer Camp Guide is loaded with unique and fun ideas for kids of all ages. From sports to science, exploring nature to performing arts, modeling to music - you'll find just the right camp for your child!

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 Artistically Social by Amy Rosenberg: Miami to New York

My husband and I decided to take a babymoon in New York before our next daughter arrives in the early fall. We managed to see a bit of Miami in New York with the exhibit Roberto Burle Marx: Brazilian Modernist at the Jewish Museum. If you've ever been along Biscayne Boulevard in downtown Miami and noticed the swirly orange and gray configuration on the sidewalks, that's Roberto Burle Marx!

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 Review: ‘Weiner’ Documentary Opens at MDC’s Tower Theater

“The name of a man is a numbing blow from which he never recovers.” – Marshall McLuhan

So begins Weiner, Josh Kriegman and Elyse Steignberg’s energetic, powerhouse documentary about Anthony Weiner. It’s a fitting quote; the former democratic congressman was caught in the middle of a sexting scandal when it came to light that he was sending explicit pictures of himself via the internet under the name “Carlos Danger.”

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 The Summer of Women @ Frost Art Museum

The Summer of Women begins on May 14 at the Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum FIU and runs through September, debuting three original exhibitions featuring women artists.

First-off is a fresh look at the artwork of rebel-nun/Pop Art pioneer Corita Kent. The exhibition, titled In the Beginning was the Word: Works by Corita Kent, ushers in The Summer of Women and will be on view through September 18. Originating at the Frost Art Museum FIU, the exhibition presents a collection of fifty works bursting with color and meaningful text, selected to showcase the artist’s Pop Art legacy and memorable calls-to-action for social justice.

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 Shanea Savours: Marion Restaurant

...Marion bakes all of their own breads and ours was perfection. It was so good in fact I took home a few different loaves from their market. They sell a lot of their food and pastries to go.

We tried their signature dish of rotisserie chicken and was quite impressed. The rotisserie comes from France and the chickens from Marlin farms in upstate New York. The farm wins awards for the best chickens and I can see why...

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 Carmen Lundy Quintet Comes to Pinecrest Gardens
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 Anthony Japour Looks at Contemporary Sculptor Evan Holloway
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