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Chefs Stand Up at The Standard

Chefs Stand Up at The StandardThursday, September 21, 8pm-11pm – The Standard Spa, 40 Island Avenue, Miami Beach

Dine in as Chefs Stand Up, a curated dinner series with renowned chefs using plates as a platform for change. In this series, our guest chefs will design customized dining experiences to benefit the charity of their choice. 100% of the proceeds will be donated to No Kid Hungry. Chef Nina Clemente of The Standard Plaza (NY) and The Smile’s Di Alba (LA). Ticket are $135 per person, includes food, specialty drinks, tax & gratuity. @standardmiami


Post Irma Social Mixer at the Betsy Hotel

Post Irma Social Mixer at the Betsy HotelThursday, September 21, 7:30pm-9:30pm – Lobby Salon at The Betsy Hotel, 1440 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach

The Hub at the LGBT Visitor Center on Miami Beach invites you to their Post Irma Social Mixer at the beautiful Betsy Hotel. Community needs to come together now more than ever. There’s so much more recovery needed. Let’s just take a moment to be thankful for each other, have a drink, share a hug and send out thoughts & prayers to those hardest hit. Join them in the Lobby Salon for Live Jazz (8pm-11pm), drinks specials, a lite bite menu at the bar and a special menu in LT Steak & Seafood, for those that would like to stay for dinner. #TheHub @TheBetsyHotel


Pouring for a Cause: An Evening Benefiting Victims of Hurricane Irma

Pouring for a Cause: An Evening Benefiting Victims of Hurricane IrmaThursday, September 21, 7pm-10pm – The Rusty Pelican, 3201 Rickenbacker Causeway, Key Biscayne

The Rusty Pelican will be hosting a benefit, Pouring for a Cause, to raise funds for those people impacted by Hurricane Irma. Guests will be treated to cocktails created specifically for the event by some of South Florida’s best bartenders, including Rusty Pelican’s own resident mixologist Oscar Amaya. The evening will include over fifteen different drink stations supported by beverage brands distributed in Florida by Breakthru Beverage including Soul Premium Cachaça, Stoli THE Vodka, Galliano L’Autentico, Lucas Bols, Hendrick’s Gin, Papa Pilar Rum, SuerteTequila, Red Bull Energy Drinks, Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum, VOSS Water, Flora de Cana Rum, Old Forester Collection, Herradura Tequila, Michter’s Whiskeys, Gallo Wines, and others. Appetizers and event space has been generously donated by the Rusty Pelican. Guests will also have the opportunity to participant in a silent auction and raffles for a chance to win a variety of items including customized gift baskets designed by Stacie Weisman. All proceeds directly benefit the USBG National Charity Foundation’s Hurricane Relief Fund. This fund has been developed through their Bartender Emergency Assistance Program to assist hospitality individuals and their families after catastrophic events, such as Hurricane Irma. Advance tickets are $35 and $50 at the door (includes beverages and appetizers).


“Goaltending” at CCEMiami

"Goaltending" at CCEMiamiThursday, September 21, 7pm-9pm – CCEMiami, 1490 Biscayne Blvd, Miami

La muestra comisariada por los artistas cubanos Yeny Casanueva y Alejandro González es una videoinstalación que conecta a un selecto grupo de artistas visuales y pretende funcionar como una amalgama conceptual a la vez que muestra el campo de arte contemporáneo como un sistema estructural donde confluyen e interactúan procesos y colectivos muy diferentes, condicionando la producción y circulación de las obras, así como la generación de significados y lecturas plurales de las mismas.

El proyecto se debate entre dos aristas conceptuales divergentes, por un lado destacar cómo la práctica curatorial, entendida como gesto mediador dentro de los procesos estéticos, hace converger heterogeneidad y similitudes implícitas en los discursos y prácticas del arte actual, y por otro señalar las obras en su particularidad, definidas por los propósitos de sus relaciones contextuales. La entrada es gratuita. La exposición estará abierta al público hasta el 22 de octubre de lunes a viernes.

Rooftop Relief

Rooftop ReliefThursday, September 21, 7pm-9:30pm – The Filling Station Lofts, 1657 North Miami Avenue, Miami

Join Arts + Entertainment District for a concert for a cause with Brendan O’Hara. They are collecting supplies to benefit our neighbors in the Florida Keys and Caribbean who were affected by Hurricane Irma! This special Rooftop concert at the Filling Station is free to the public but we ask that you bring a minimum of one item from supplies list in need. Bar proceeds will benefit Hurricane Irma Relief Efforts. #RooftopUnplugged @FS_LoftsMiami @AEDistrictMiami @BtoTheRescue


Curaleaf Downtown Dadeland Grand Opening

Curaleaf Downtown Dadeland Grand OpeningThursday, September 21, 6:30pm-9:30pm – Curaleaf, 9002 South Dadeland Boulevard, Unit 1, Dadeland 

Modern Health Concepts is now Curaleaf, and they would like to invite you to the grand opening of their new dispensary in Downtown Dadeland. Free valet parking available.



The Coral Gables Hispanic Cultural Festival Poster Unveiling Reception

The Coral Gables Hispanic Cultural Festival Poster Unveiling ReceptionThursday, September 21, 6pm-8pm – Mercedes-Benz of Coral Gables, 300 Almeria Ave, Coral Gables

The annual Coral Gables Hispanic Cultural Festival celebrates with local and international artists, musicians, businesses and designers to promote their work and showcase the diverse and unique flavors that the Hispanic community and all cultures from around the world bring to Coral Gables and the South Florida region.

RSVP t0: info@gableshispanicfestival.com or 305-667-0577

Afterwork by Heineken

Afterwork at KomodoThursday, September 21, 6pm-8pm – Komodo, 801 Brickell Avenue, Miami Brickell

Heineken respects your grind, but celebrates your unwind…it’s time to Afterwork! Please join us Thursday September 21st 6-8pm at Komodo downtown Brickell for Heineken’s Afterwork event series. 21+. #AfterWork #Heineken @KomodoMiami


On the Horizon: Contemporary Cuban Art from the Jorge M. Pérez Collection

On the Horizon: Contemporary Cuban Art from the Jorge M. Pérez CollectionThursday, September 21, 7pm-8:30pm – Pérez Art Museum Miami, 1103 Biscayne Blvd, Miami

​In celebration of the second chapter of “On the Horizon: Contemporary Cuban Art from the Jorge M. Pérez Collection,” join artists Glenda León and Flavio Garciandía for a discussion about their work and its relation to history and abstraction. León’s works, The Book of Faith and Cada sonido es una forma de tiempo (Each Sound Is a Form of Time), and Garciandía’s work, ALGO PASA EN MIS FRIJOLES NEGROS (o Ad Reinhardt en La Habana) No. 27 (SOMETHING HAPPENS IN MY BLACK BEANS [or Ad Reinhardt in Havana]), can be seen in “On the Horizon.”


Support Local Mixer at Micro Theater Miami

Support Local Mixer: CollaborationThursday, September 21, 6pm-8pm – Micro Theater Miami, 1490 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami

Our next small business celebration is going down at Micro Theater Miami for our latest Support Local Mixer! We want to gather local business owners, entrepreneurs, makers, and creatives together and talk about how we can support each other through true, long-lasting collaborations. Take part in a one-of-a-kind interactive art piece by Unconventional, take in an installation by Alchemist Productions, sip drinks at Micro Theater’s bar, and enjoy some delicious grub from their onsite food trucks. Take time to chat with everyone around you, you never know what can happen! After the mixer, be sure to stay onsite for one or more Micro Theater Miami shows.

#SupportLocalFL is where commerce meets community through a curated directory of local businesses collected all in one place. When you support local you build community and we want everyone to be excited about the opportunities that exist within our burgeoning city. We dream of the Miami we want to live in and this is how we are going to make that happen. #SupportLocalFL @SupportLocalFL @MicroTheaterMiami