So it's Friday at 3 p.m., and you're starting to eye the clock ticking away on the bottom righthand corner of your screen. But you've got no weekend plans, you hard-to-please foodie you. We know what you need. You need a Saturday stroll through a badass greenmarket, where you can get locally produced honey, fresh produce, homemade vittles, soaps, potpourri, imported ethnic products, fresh baked bread, tropical preserves, cooking demos, and horticulture highlights. Check out the Upper East Side Garden Greenmarket for all this and more taking place tomorrow from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The weekly event goes down at Legion Park, Biscayne Boulevard and 66th St. in Miami. For vendor info call 305-775-2166.
By the way: Bonus points go to whomever can tell us the name of the album cover above. The name has been removed to make it a touch tougher.
-- John Linn
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