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CATEGORY "Entertainment"

Calle Ocho – Mar. 13

The Latin street festival features 23 blocks with activities for all ages. KidzZone with four blocks of entertainment for kids, including clowns, fun foods, magicians, sports teams and merchandise for mom’s needs. Streets dancers and strolling musicians interact with the walking public in the Parranda Zone. Hundreds of kiosks of international foods line the way on both the north and south of Southwest Eighth Street in addition to sampling areas where companies provide free products to the public.

Discovering Dinosaur Bones

Don’t let the moniker fool you, the Toronto-based indie rock band Dinosaur Bones is anything but prehistoric. With a sound originating from singer/songwriter …

Stussy x P.A.M. Collection

Stussy and cult-favorite P.A.M. collaborate for this fresh take on Stussy pieces. Stussy has come out with an exciting new collaboration with Australian …

Nike SB Omar Salazar 1.5

Accounting for the followup to Omar Salazar’s debut pro model with Nike SB, the upgraded 1.5 edition is undoubtedly that—an upgrade. Grey suede …