1. The Studio Museum in Harlem (144 W. 125th St.) hosts "Drawings of Harlem" by New York multimedia artist Wardell Milan opening tomorrow November 11, and up until March 14, 2010. While you're there, check out the museum's latest group exhibit "30 Seconds Off An Inch."

2. Carl Cox is spinning at Cielo (18 Little W. 12th St.) tomorrow night (November 12, tickets are $30). This is a great opportunity to see one of the world's most highly rated DJs in a small room with a brilliant sound system. It's presented by Dance. Here. Now.

3. A beautiful new photography book captures underground NYC in the '60s, '70s and '80s. Bande a part includes shots by Roberta Bayley, Danny Fields, Maripol, Marcia Resnick and many more.  There's an exhibit featuring photos from the book opening on Saturday, November 14 from 6 to 9 p.m. at Clic Gallery (424 Broome Street).

4. Big street-art exhibit sponsored by Sushi Samba called "Graffiti Gone Global" opens in Miami at 3252 Northeast First Avenue on December 3 from 7 to 9 p.m.

5. Filter Magazine is programming the bands and DJs for this year's Fountain Miami art fair (2505 North Miami Avenue) and they've announced appearances by G. Love on December 4 and Chairlift (#16 on New York Magazine's list of the Brooklyn Top 40) on December 5.

6. Doesn't it seem like there are more music events at Basel/Miami than usual? French duo Justice are playing Mansion Miami (1235 Washington Avenue) on December 4. Tickets are $30 here.