Join a cultural evening to introduce VIDA’s work to the community Â and increase awareness about domestic and sexual violence, and human trafficking. Local photographer and artist, Amy Gelb, and artist Elena Lasala,Â will showcase the impact of these crimes in the lives of immigrant survivors through their art work.Â There will be hors d’oeuvres,Â music, a raffle, and an informational session. General admission is $50.
February 9-11, Locations vary Celebrating the 500th anniversary of Spanish explorer Juan Ponce de LeÃ³n’s landing in Florida, the UM Center for Humanities hosts “Florida at the Crossroads: Five Hundred Years of Encounters, Conflicts, and Exchanges.” Twenty-six scholars from the State of Florida, the US and Spain present discussions on the past, present and future […]
Wednesday, August 6, 6pm-8pm – Oak Tavern, 35 NE 40th Street,Â Miami Wynwood Arts District Join for 16th DukeGEN multi-city networking event, hosted by Christopher Martin ’11. The DukeGen networking events provide a chance for entrepreneurial-minded Duke alumni to meet one another. They happen three times a year, and are voluntarily organized by Duke alumni, for […]
Wednesday, April 25, 12-2:30pm – db Bistro Moderne, 255 Biscayne Boulevard Way, Miami On Wednesday, April 25th, db Bistro Moderne will celebrate â€˜Administrative Professionals Dayâ€™ with a special lunch offer. Secretaries and administrators will be treated to an exquisite three-course prix fixe Market-Inspired Seasonal Menu for only $24. Choose from a variety of Chef Jarrodâ€™s […]