CURING CANCER WITH CREDIT: Don't you wish every time you walked into your favorite designer store that all price tags were less than $100? Today the Miami Beach Convention Center hosts Jody's Couture For The Cancer Cure, a shopping event that will make any fashionista jump out of her stilettos. Over 10,000 pieces of new designer items like clothes, shoes and accessories will be for sale at prices ranging from $10 to $30, and any item valued more than $800 will be priced at 10 percent of the original cost. Tickets are only $10 at the door and all money raised will go toward women's cancer research at UM Sylvester. 10 A.M.-7 P.M.
VIVA LA MUSICA: Living in Miami, we are exposed to music from anywhere and everywhere. Just when you think you've heard it all, something comes on the radio that blows your mind once again. Festival de Cante Flamenco en Miami, happening today through March 27, features two premiere concerts, a guitar recital, a master of flamenco singing and a dance workshop. Tonight check out on of the biggest event of the festival, Al Andalus Caravana. The concert at Temple Emanu-El will showcase the Jewish, Moorish and Gypsy roots of Flamenco that come together in a contemporary fusion concert. 4 P.M.
HEAR YE! HEAR YE! A lot of us spend our Sunday Fundays doing a whole lot of nothing. Let us just say, there is absolutely nothing wrong with that. If you would like to spend your Sunday maybe learning a little something, though, then we have the perfect solution. SoBe Arts presents a production of Shakespeare's comedy, Twelfth Night. Directed by Carson Klevman and including original Renaissance music written exclusively forTwelfth Night by Thomas Morlety, this event will be one to drag to the family to. Who knows, they just might enjoy going real old school for the day. 3 P.M.