It's that time of year again. SunFest is upon us, popping up like Monday morning's e-mail; if you really dig, you might find some useful tidbits amid the rubbish. Sure, Ian Astbury (the former Cult frontman) may have the Jim Morrison thing down pat, but really; it's more like a cover band than the real deal. And it's not as if the rest of the lineup is much better. Ruben Studdard? Haven't we seen enough of him? You'd do better to check out Wednesday's Sunset Celebration (featuring jugglers, mimes, acrobats, and more), Friday's fireworks show, or the juried art show, which runs Friday through Sunday. Another good thing: The one-day cost of $14 is a friggin' bargain compared to what you'd pay to see half the bands at Sound Advice or Mizner amphitheaters (the cost is $35 in advance for all five days). Wednesday kicks off the event with Hootie and the Blowfish, Fuel, and Fountains of Wayne. Yawn. Call 561-659-5980.