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Around Miami
There are place to go and people to see, and EDGE is making it easy for you to be where it is you need to go.

October 20
Maroon 5 concert at Bank Atlantic center in Sunrise, 8PM. http://www.bankatlanticcenter.com/

So you think you can dance tour at the American Airlines Arena, 8PM. http://www.aaarena.com/

October 23
Evanescence with Julien K. and Sick Puppies at the Bank United Center, 7:30PM. http://www.bankunitedcenter.com/

Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson will sign copies of “Peter and the Secret of Rundoon,” with some proceeds going to benefit the New World School of the Arts. Books and Books at Coral Gables. 305-237-7855.

October 27
The Samples at the Culture Room, Ft. Lauderdale, 8PM. Tickets $12. 954-561-4880.

“In the Park with Art” October 27-28 from 10AM-5PM. Free. Coral Reef Park. 305-238-0703

October 29
MIA with The Cool Kids at Studio A, 8PM. Tickets $27. http://www.studioamiami.com

October 30
MTVU Presents: Motion City Soundtrack, Mae, Anberlin and Metro Station at Revolution, Ft. Lauderdale. 5:30PM. Tickets $19. http://www.jointherevolution.net/.

October 31
Gym Class Heroes and Cute Is What We Aim are joining Fall Out Boy for “The Young Wild Things Tour.” Jackie Gleason Theatre.

November 3
Steel Train with Ace Enders (The Early November) with Kevin Devine at Studio A, 6PM. Tickets $12. http://www.studioamiami.com

Sleeplessnights 6PM-6AM. Look for more information in an upcoming EDGE article in The Miami Hurricane. http://www.sleeplessnight.org/

November 4-11
Street Fair November 9-11
Miami Book Fair International. A three-day outdoor literary extravaganza fair. For a complete schedule and ticket listing, visit http://www.miamibookfair.com/index.htm

November 7
“Sunday in the Park with George” at the Ring Theater. 305-284-3355.

November 9
Badfish (Tribute to Sublime) and Scotty Don’t at Revolution, Ft. Lauderdale, 8PM. Tickets $12 advanced, $15 at the door. 954-727-0950.

November 10
Fall In Love Concert, an evening of jazz at the Deering Estate. Bring your own lawn chairs, blankets and picnic baskets, no coolers permitted. Gates open at 5PM, performance at 7PM. Tickets $35 in advance, $40 at the gate. 305-235-1668.

November 13
Tegan & Sara performing at the Culture Room, Ft. Lauderdale, TIME. TICKETS. 954-561-4880

Chiodos at Revolution, Ft. Lauderdale, 5:30pm. Tickets $14. http://www.jointherevolution.net/.

November 16
FUEL at Revolution, Ft. Lauderdale. http://www.jointherevolution.net/.

*Compiled by Bari Lieberman

October 22, 2007

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