Rarely do we get an opportunity to give our young males a voice. That voice doesn’t get an opportunity to talk about love, isolation, rejection and self-hatred. If theyâ€™re lucky, and very lucky, that voice gets salvation, they ultimately get love and are finally able to love those who love them. I Know What I Am and I Am Not What You Call Meâ€ is a powerful story of hope, redemption and restoration; the play addresses the difficult subject of childhood sexual abuse. Statistics show as many as one in four girls and one in six boys will be sexually abused at some point in their childhood. Yet, this often familiar, yet taboo, topic is still very difficult to discuss in an open forum. â€œI Know What I Am and I Am Not What You Call Me,â€ stars Stephon Bron, as the central character, Damon McBlessed, who through the help of psycho-therapy, tackles his psychological roller coaster of multilayered fields of sometimes funny, often horrid, but always hopeful, personal journey and evolution from victim to survivor.
Tuesday March 20, 6-8pm – Angelique Euro Cafe, 117 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables LocalDines Events heads to Miracle Mile for Happy Hour at the award winning Angelique Euro Cafe! Serving sophisticated comfort food inspired by the tastes of Spain, France, Italy and Belgium, Angelique Euro CafÃ© was born in the cobblestone streets of Madrid, the […]
Saturday, May 16, 7pm – US Century Bank Arena at FIU,Â 11200 SW 8th Street, Miami Considered the biggest gala of the season, the 4th Annual Doctors Hospital Ball, is themed “Thunderball” and chaired by Sandra & Rodney Bell, Dr. Jose & Mirtha Davila, Elizabeth & George Kakouris, Martha & Raul Valdes-Fauli, and Olga & Nelson […]
February 18 â€“ 21, 12pm-4pm â€“ Sales Gallery, 215 185th Street,Â Sunny Isles Beach Turnberry Ocean Club, newest luxury oceanfront condominiums in Sunny Isles Beach, invites you to anÂ exclusive weekend premier. Enjoy champagne, cocktails & canapes by Bourbon Steak, A Michael Mina Restaurant. Valet provided. 0