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MIAMI — Jan. 20, 2015— Beginning Jan. 26, South Floridians can apply for the Knight Arts Challenge, which funds the best ideas for bringing the community together through the arts. The deadline for the challenge, a project of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, isFeb. 23.Knight Foundation will host a kickoff party at Gramps on Jan. 27, co-hosted by Infraculture, where applicants can meet other artists, past winners and Knight Foundation staff. In addition, as a way to recruit ideas from South Florida’s many neighborhoods, Knight Foundation will host a series of Community Q&A sessions. The events, taking place Feb. 2-5, will offer tips on creating a standout application, information on the challenge timeline and more. The schedule is below.“Whether you are an arts organization or a small collective, a longtime South Florida artist or someone who moved to town recently, we want to hear from you,” said Dennis Scholl, vice president of arts for Knight Foundation. “Our goal is to make art general in South Florida. We do that through the challenge, and finding the best grassroots ideas for bringing our community together through the arts.”Anyone can apply. All it takes is 150 words to fill out the initial application, which will be available at knightarts.org and is deliberately designed to be simple to encourage nontraditional applicants.There are only three rules for the challenge:1) The idea must be about the arts.2) The project must take place in or benefit South Florida3) The grant recipients must find funds to match Knight’s commitment.Knight has received more than 8,900 ideas from the South Florida community since launching the challenge in 2008. In total, 241 projects have received almost $25 million in funding.Since 2006, Knight Foundation has invested more than $86 million in South Florida’s cultural community. Those funds have launched a new media program that includes the signature “Wallcasts” at the acclaimed New World Symphony campus, helped present Ibero-American films at the Miami International Film Festival, and are bringing every Miami-Dade third-grader to the new Pérez Art Museum Miami, among other projects. The approach is two-pronged: Knight Foundation aims to open up institutions to more South Floridians with large grants, while the Arts Challenge ensures that smaller, grassroots efforts fuel and refresh the arts scene.The Knight Arts Challenge kickoff party, co-hosted by Infraculture, takes place 6 to 8:30 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 27, at Gramps, 176 NW 24th St., Miami.The Community Q&As schedule is below.
The Community Q&As will be cohosted by ArtSouth, city of South Miami, African Heritage Cultural Arts Center, Miami-Dade County, Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs, Key West Art and Historical Society, the Westin Key West Resort & Marina, Florida Keys Council of the Arts, Cannonball, FatVillage and Broward Cultural Division.For updates, follow #knightarts on Twitter, @knightfdn on Instagram and Knight Foundation on Facebook.About the John S. and James L. Knight FoundationKnight Foundation supports transformational ideas that promote quality journalism, advance media innovation, engage communities and foster the arts. We believe that democracy thrives when people and communities are informed and engaged. For more, visitknightfoundation.org.Contacts:Marika Lynch, Knight Foundation communications, 305-908-2677, email@example.comLisa Palley, 305-642-3132, firstname.lastname@example.org
Relay For Life of Deerfield Beach, Lighthouse Point and Hillsboro Beach, Florida.
Relay For Life is the nationwide signature event for the American Cancer Society and the single largest non-profit event in the world. It is about communities taking up the fight against cancer in a way that is celebratory, fun and a unique experience. Unlike any other walk or fundraising event, Relay For Life is the overnight experience of a lifetime!
We are reaching out to local businesses that would like to participate in this wonderful event, at World Of Beers (WOB), promenade of Coconut Creek on February 3 of 2015. Also, you are invited to come and join us at this event.
The money that is collected from our events will benefit the American Cancer Society’s programs of research, education, advocacy and service – programs that can reduce cancer deaths and cancer incidence while helping to improve the quality of life for cancer survivors. For your records, The American Cancer Society is a 501 (c) (3) tax-exempt organization and our federal ID # is 13-1788491.
See classic cars on display at this free event, but please bring any non perishable food items for the needy. There'll be door prizes, food and family fun, plus more than 100 classic cars on display.
A day of family fun featuring a walkathon to cure diabetes.
Thursday, March 12, 201511:00AM - 3:00 PM
Kovens Conference Center at Florida International University3000 N.E. 151 Street, KCC101North Miami, FL 33181-3000
Support your local heroes – Please let your listeners know about this event.
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Contact Jill Krabacher at 513-677-7035 / email@example.com to:
● Set-up a pre-event interview with a local company or veteran attending this event.
● Schedule an interview with our on-site event specialist (also a veteran).More than 400 veterans are expected to attend and network with veteran-friendly employers includingPrudential Financial, JDog Junk Removal, World Fuel Services, The Home Depot, and many more.
There will be national, regional and local job opportunities, as well as entrepreneurial and educational offerings.
This event is being produced by RecruitMilitary in partnership with DAV.
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The Mercedes-Benz Corporate Run Series is made up of 3 individual 5K road races that are held in the evening during the work week (Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach & Miami). The Series spans a period of 30 days. Click here for more info.
January 30th, 31st & February 1st
***AAA FREE Tow-to-Go Program for Impaired Drivers - Friday through Monday***
6th Annual Burger Beast Burgie Awards at Milander Park in Hialeah - Saturday
Join Magic 102.7 for the Billy Joel concert at American Airlines Arena - Saturday
ARC of South Florida's annual Lawnmower Race at Homestead Miami Speedway - Saturday
Florida Grand Opera presents Cosi fan Tutte at Ziff Ballet Opera House - through Saturday
Disney's The Lion King at Broward Center - through Sunday
South Florida Fair - through Sunday
The Original Miami Beach Antique Show at Miami Beach Convention Center - through Tuesday
2nd Annual BodhiFest Miami - through February 8th
Into the Woods at Carnival Studio Theater - through February 15th
Miami Romance Month - Sunday through February 28th
Cruisin' South Florida Car Shows
Bryan Callen at Fort Lauderdale Improv
Steve Byrne at Palm Beach Improv
Black or White
Heat vs. Mavericks at American Airlines Arena - Friday