"Get your sweet eating, vodka swilling, Jew-cool musical groove on at Next@19th, everybody’s favorite stretch-your-yarmulke-bound-brain-into-the-21st century Jewish culture center."
- Jordan Levin, The Miami Herald
All Guava Rugelach Programs takes place under the palms at
Next@19th, 137 NE 19th Street at 8pm.
Refreshments always available including the Guava Rugelach cocktail featuring L'Chaim Vodka and the nest guava rugelach pastries you'll ever taste.
Programs are always subject to change without notice. Please refer to website for updates: www.nextat19th.org
Programs of Next@19th are presented with the support and partnership of the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami-Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners, The Greater Miami Jewish Federation, The CAJE-Miami Jewish Film Festival, the Florida Center for Literary Arts, Arts at St. Johns, the New Jewish Culture Network of the Foundation for Jewish Culture, Dacra, Shalom Israel Radio, Miami Jewish Culture Initiative, The Betsy Hotel, L’Chaim Vodka , the Miami Foundation and many generous individual donors.
Next@19th and Temple Israel of Greater Miami
in partnership with PATH: Preserving, Archiving & Teaching Hiphop, Inc.
Y-Love with Diwon
Guava Rugelach Lounge
Saturday, February 16, 2013, 8 p.m.
137 NE 19th Street
Miami, FL 33132
Multi-Lingual Slinging Hip Hop Artist Y-Love Brings Culturally Diverse Blend Of Rhyme To Miami
Y-Love and Diwon are part of the new guard of hip hop revolutionaries. Y-Love's rhymes seamlessly intertwine English, Arabic, Hebrew, Aramaic, and Latin, combining ethereal scripture with gritty social consciousness; Diwon's beats fuse electro hip hop with traditional Yemenite and Sephardic music. They have performed with luminaries as varied and respected as Lou Reed, Anthony Coleman, Idan Raichel, DJ Spooky, Matisyahu, Steinski, and Immortal Technique. Together, Y-Love and Diwon create "global hip hop" that aims to promote unity and tear down social boundaries.
Guava Rugelach Lounge programs are presented under the palms in our outdoor lounge setting. Refreshments always available, including our Guava Rugelach cocktail featuring L'Chaim Vodka and the best guava rugelach pastries you'll ever taste!
Tickets are $25 general admission, $20 for students, seniors and artists, and may be purchased at www.brownpapertickets.com or .
Y-Love will also be featured at a “Jews in Hip Hop” panel discussion with Miami Hip Hop artists Seth "Brimstone" Schere, DJ Trails (Hip-Hop Elements) and others, on Thursday, February 14 at 7 p.m. at Next@19th.
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