Iaan Barnett Jr., 2, plays "Putt Putt Your Suggested Gift" with his dad Iaan Barnette Sr. during the Give Miami Day block party at Miami Dade College's Woflson Campus in downtown Miami on Nov. 17, 2016. The block party is hosted by the Miami Foundation in conjunction with the Miami Book Fair, which invited guests to participate in bingo, a community feast, a reading of noir novels and more.
Iaan Barnett Jr., 2, plays "Putt Putt Your Suggested Gift" with his dad Iaan Barnette Sr. during the Give Miami Day block party at Miami Dade College's Woflson Campus in downtown Miami on Nov. 17, 2016. The block party is hosted by the Miami Foundation in conjunction with the Miami Book Fair, which invited guests to participate in bingo, a community feast, a reading of noir novels and more. MATIAS J. OCNER For the Miami Herald
Iaan Barnett Jr., 2, plays "Putt Putt Your Suggested Gift" with his dad Iaan Barnette Sr. during the Give Miami Day block party at Miami Dade College's Woflson Campus in downtown Miami on Nov. 17, 2016. The block party is hosted by the Miami Foundation in conjunction with the Miami Book Fair, which invited guests to participate in bingo, a community feast, a reading of noir novels and more. MATIAS J. OCNER For the Miami Herald

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