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6 p.m.

Kick off Breast Cancer Awareness month a week early with Team Sporty Mommas at Bowling for Boobies. A portion of the ticket sales benefits Susan G Komen Foundation Race for the Cure. Splitsville Luxury Lanes & Dinner Lounge, 5701 Sunset Dr., South Miami;; $27.37.


7:30 p.m.

Books & Books owner Mitchell Kaplan hosts a discussion with author Salman Rushdie about his book “Joseph Anton,” a memoir detailing the years when the writer was enveloped in a whirlwind of controversy involving death threats, aliases, wigs and other cloak and dagger activities after the publication of his book “The Satanic Verses.” Miami Dade College, Chapman Conference Center, 245 NE Fourth St., Miami;; $10.


11 p.m.

Dannic + Dyro take over the party at LIV with electronic dance music. 4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; 305-674-4680; $40-50.

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