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Not to be confused with American Craft Beer Week in May, when craft-beer lovers assemble for tap takeovers all over the country, South Florida Beer Week is dedicated to the hoppy concoctions brewed right here. A handful of SFBW events will unfold through Saturday, but here's Monday's lineup: a North Florida Tap Takeover at the Riverside Market Café (608 SW 12th Ave., Fort Lauderdale), with Jacksonville's Green Room Brewing's Green Room Head High IPA and Engine 15 Brewery's Route 90 Rye and Nut Sack Imperial Brown Ale. At 6 p.m., the Blind Monk (410 Evernia St. No. 107, West Palm Beach) will host a $50 beer-dinner pairing with Due South Brewing Company. Visit
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FOTOfusion, the Palm Beach Photographic Centre's festival for emerging and professional shooters, boasts a strong showpiece as the five-day gathering gets underway this week. The traveling show "Women of Vision: National Geographic Photographers on Assignment" includes the award-winning work of 11 female photojournalists, all training their lens on human-rights issues and the plight of women they encountered while on assignment. Of note at the center (415 Clematis St., West Palm Beach) is Beverly Joubert's close-ups of the wary gaze of spotted leopards in the Botswana jungle. Lynsey Addario captures a row of women training for police-force jobs at a Kabul firing range. Kitra Cahana, who will collect FOTOfusion's Rising Spirit Award, displays an image of a shirtless man leaping through a bonfire. On view through March 22. Free. 561-253-2600 or
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by Phillip Valys, SouthFlorida.com Monday: South Florida Beer Week Tuesday: "Women of Vision: National Geographic Photographers on Assignment" at Palm Beach Photographic Centre Wednesday: Anthony Robles at Broward Center Thursday: Glenn Miller Orchestra at Bienes Center for the Arts Friday: Seth Meyers at the Fillmore Miami Beach Saturday: Keller Williams at Revolution Live Sunday: Arlo Guthrie at Parker Playhouse