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The three things you need to know today in Miami: Tue November 7

Ryan Pfeffer

This Saturday is another round of PAMM’s monthly Second Saturdays series. Admission to the museum is $0 all day and guests can partake in instrument-making workshops as well as listen to a public talk by Guatemalan activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner Rigoberta Menchu. The event starts at 1pm.

The Book of Mormon is coming back to the Adrienne Arsht Center at the end of the month (November 28 through December 3). If you don’t have a ticket yet, don’t fret. There’s still hope. The show announced this week that it will be implementing a small lottery system for a certain amount of $25 tickets. Just show up two and a half hours prior to showtime, sign your name on a list and you might get lucky.

Rosetta Bakery—a Miami Beach gem that serves fresh bread, sandwiches and more—announced huge plans for an expansion this week. The bakery is aiming to open seven more locations within the year—with new spaces in Brickell, Aventura and North Beach on their radar.

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