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YEAR 3 — ISSUE 33

ENTERTAINMENT Nocturne / Samsara Cabaret's Stirring Soundtrack / EPICUREAN Asado Beach Brunch / Pao: A Bite of Heaven / RESORT

Work Hard, Play Harder / Winter Music Conference / FAENA ART Art Pops Up at Faena Bazaar / RETAIL Faena Bazaar Essentials: Shirts & Shoes / WELLNESS Spring Blossoms at Tierra Santa / Good Vibrations / ALEPH / FAENA ROSE / BUENOS AIRES Faena Festival / Carnaval / CALENDAR


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Faena Live’s original production—Samsara Cabaret—is a transcendent story about the life, death and rebirth of Artemis, the show’s beautiful heroine, told through music, dance, cirque-arts and sensuality.

Get your wildest costume together. Faena Theater is throwing a late-night dance party on March 22 that’s the antidote to all things ordinary. poses. Evocative vignettes will unfold in dark corners and under spotlights, taking the evening on unexpected twists and turns as heart-pounding beats, uplifting vocals and electric violins command the crowd. The incendiary party series will hinge around a colorful theme (think House of Dolls and Secret Jungle) that will inspire the cocktails, the soundtrack, the performances and the costumes.

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Samsara Cabaret’s Stirring Soundtrack

Faena Theater’s Late-Night Dance Party: Nocturne Step into a fantastical world where the lines blur between artist and audience. Part cirque nouveau, part dance rave and part Magic City, the new Nocturne series at Faena Theater is serving up an all-consuming evening of creative bacchanalia. After a showing of its scintillating new revue, Samsara Cabaret, the theater will transform into an immersive nocturnal nightclub where late-night party-goers will find themselves dancing among a parade of scantily-clad burlesque performers swinging from silk ropes, cavorting in cages, spinning fire and contorting into mind-bending

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Guests are highly encouraged to flex their creative muscles with theatrical regalia. It’s time to surrender inhibitions, revel in unreality and stay up way past your bedtime.

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT AT THE LIVING ROOM & THE SA XONY BAR THE LIVING ROOM

Ages 21+ welcome. Tickets start at $30 per person. In-house guests may dial the concierge at 4037 for reservations. For tickets and more information, visit www.faenatheater.com

NIGHTLY EVENING ACTS FROM 8:00PM •

February welcomes back some of our favorite live performers and DJs, including Sarah Packiam, American Gipsy, Javier Garcia, Florenza Campos, Yamit and the Vinyl Blvd, Mi Dulce Son, The Usual Suspects Ft. Keba, Jahzel Dotel, Ziggy and the Neptunes, The French Horn Collective, Los Wizzards, Louis Amanti, DJ Funky Therapy, DJ Richie Hell, DJ Mojody, Dj Sire, DJ Ella Romand, DJ Mad Linx, DJ Diego Ciaramella, DJ DiscoRocks, and DJ Fabian Giannattasio, among many others.

“The creation of the show started with the music,” says violinist and composer, Shane Borth. “The soundtrack is the foundation for everything: movement, lighting, flow, etc.” Each song was carefully chosen to shape the identity of each act, creating an emotional voyage for the audience as they watch Artemis transform before their eyes. An eclectic mix of genres, Samsara’s soundtrack weaves pop, rock, EDM, and classical music into unique arrangements, which are both sung and played by gifted vocalists Yoli Mayor and EnVee, drummer Alejandro Zon, and

the electric string duo, cellist Ben Muñoz with Shane Borth on violin. The show begins with ancient and mysterious music that bleeds into the opening line of Sia’s Elastic Heart. “The lyrics, in some cases, literally tell parts of the story,” explains Borth. Hits from Sinead O’Connor to Depeche Mode, and Bach to Metallica piece together a score that provokes emotive associations for guests, allowing them to experience the cabaret in a more personal, visceral way. “Everything is tied together to grasp the audience’s hand and lead them on the journey of

Samsara, where the end is only the beginning.” Samsara Cabaret shows on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. To stay up-to-date on all Faena events & happenings, follow us on Instagram (@Faena) and subscribe to our e-newsletter at www.faena.com/ miami-beach. In-house guests may dial the concierge at 4037 for reservations. For tickets and more information, visit www.faenatheater.com TRACK #2 Faena Journal Spotify Playlist

THE SAXONY BAR Meet us on the dance floor at Saxony Bar this month with live sets by DJ Ideal, Diego Harispe, Aliyo, Yissel, and Chizzle, among others. • THURSDAY 10:30 P.M. TO 4:00 A.M. House / Old House / Open Format FRIDAY 10:30 P.M. TO 4:00 A.M. Classic & Oldies Hip Hop / Open Format SATURDAY 10:30 P.M. TO 4:00 A.M. House /Deep House

Reservations at Saxony Bar are required, and strongly encouraged for The Living Room. In-house guests may dial the concierge at 4037 for reservations.

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NOCTURNE House of Dolls 11:00pm - 4:00am NOCTURNE Secret Jungle 11:00pm - 4:00am NOCTURNE Evil Twins 11:00pm - 4:00am TRACK #1 Faena Journal Spotify Playlist

Sidle up to one of the sexiest bars in Miami. Evocative of a golden-age speakeasy, Saxony Bar stirs sensational cocktails, while a roster of top DJs set a South Beach tone. Queen of the night, DJ Yissel, plays everything from classic funk and soul to original remixes, moombah, house, disco, and the occasional Parisian pop. When she’s on the turntables, order an East of Paris made with Hennessey XO, pomegranate molasses, and Angostura bitters, topped up with Champagne. Argentine DJ Diego Harispe’s irresistible fusion of deep, tech and progressive house is best enjoyed with a classic Saxony Martini.

Known for captivating a crowd, DJ Chizzle dabbles in every genre: hip-hop, electro, Latin, house, and current hits. Order a Ron Amor (Facundo Eximo rum, Glenlivet, Demerara syrup, lemon, egg white, and bitters) and hit the highenergy dancefloor. Match an Old Sport, featuring peach-infused Plymouth Sloe Gin, Chivas Regal, vermouth, ginger syrup and walnut bitters, with house beats from Beto Giovannetti, who holds DJ residencies all over the city.

Reservations at Saxony Bar are required. Dress code applies. In-house guests may dial the concierge at 4037 for reservations.

MARCH FEATURED COCKTAIL

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SA XONY MARTINI Recommended by: Steve, Complex F&B Director New to The Saxony Bar's cocktail list, the signature Saxony Martini is a refreshing twist on the everclassic martini. Light in body with medium to dry notes, it consists of Belvedere ‘Lake Bartezek’ Single Estate Rye Vodka, Susana Balbo Late Harvest Torrontes and a dash of Bitter Truth Lemon Bitters. Finished with lychee and gold flakes, this new-age martini is brewed to never go out of style.


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Pao’s New Menu: A Bite of Heaven Faena’s Filipino-inspired restaurant is serving up new and bold dishes from small bites to entrees and delicious desserts. Pao is packing a new menu of “perfect bites” with singular ingredients, flavors and textures. Micro-seasonal products inform the rotating recipes that are vegetable, seafood and meat focused. “I’m a big fan of the preserved black truffle nigiri,” says Chef de Cuisine Benjamin Murray. “We preserve truffles for over a month, which top a bite of slow-cooked portobello mushroom, whipped tofu and yuzu kosho. It’s vegan and gluten free!” he says. Also on the menu are Waygu beef tartare with chicharrone, uni toast with lobster aioli, and a Russian Ossetra caviar sandwich. To compliment the bites, Pao offers a range of rotating Japanese whiskey flights like the Toki Highball Press and a flavorful Nikka Coffey Grain Old Fashioned, as well as Japanese sake libations including Sakura Emaki Rose and the fruity Tedorigawa ‘Kinka’ Nama. The dinner menu also got a dose of new dishes. Sunomono combines octopus, smoked

FIREPOWER Variety is the spice of life at Los Fuegos. A new menu of individual parrilladas and signature dishes give diners a taste of grillmaster Francis Mallmann’s famous flame-fired fare. Meat, seafood and vegetable parrillada platters are served on small copper grills overflowing with an abundance of grilled delights. Carnivores will revel in juicy cuts of high-grade beef from Wagyu ribeye and skirt steak to lamb chops and sweetbreads, along with classic Argentine chorizo and blood sausages served with chimichurri. Seafood spreads come with fresh Branzino and yellowtail snapper, grilled prawns and scallops, and garlic aioli. Mallmann, who is launching a new vegan cookbook, has also created a menu of fire-roasted vegetables including butternut squash, red cabbage, roasted cauliflower, charred mushrooms, and grilled asparagus. “I want vegetarians to feel that they’re eating something as substantial as a steak,” says Mallmann. A number of new dishes have been added to Los Fuegos’ menus that can be enjoyed on the Veranda or in the dining room. Lunch specialties include Black Grouper crudo, Black Angus skirt steak and a Mallmann beef tenderloin milanesa, while standout dinner dishes range from mouthwatering appetizers like smoked Bay scallops and cast-iron tiger prawns to main courses of Chilean sea bass and slow-braised veal ossobuco.

In-house guests may dial the Concierge at 4037 for more information. Reservations can be made at +1 786 655 5600. TRACK #4 Faena Journal Spotify Playlist

Coming Soon to Los Fuegos: Sunday Beach Asado Brunch Faena Hotel Miami Beach’s weekly asado is elevating your Sunday Funday with a beach brunch experience. Guests lured to Los Fuegos restaurant by the succulent scent of smoking meats for a bunch buffet will soon enjoy an afternoon beach pass to lounge on cushy chaise lounges. Bottomless beverages, live music and a mouthwatering menu from Argentine chef Francis Mallmann offers a repast of hearty dishes that will bring harmony to a family gathered around a Sunday table. The impressive asado spread includes new American breakfast favorites from classic scrambled eggs and pancakes to freshly-baked pastries, as well as Argentine-specialties like grass-fed beef, empanadas and chorizo, and a range of dulce de leche desserts. House-fired focaccia bread baked with ripe tomatoes and thyme, crackling-coated Porchetta pork roast, and slow-cooked ribeye are a sampling of palatable fare to feast upon. Pescatarians will delight in salt-encrusted wild salmon and daily catch from whole branzino to snapper stuffed with chopped brussels sprouts and fresh garlic, grilled to flakey perfection over an open fire.

After catching up with your inner circle over a satisfying meal, slip into a bathing suit and head to the beach for a day of sun and fun. Encircled by an expanse of sugar white sand, you’ll be waited upon hand and foot as your troubles roll away with the tide. Laze away until sunset, while beach butlers attend to your every need, from making sure your sunglasses are smudge-free to rinsing the sand off your feet with a pitcher of cool water. You’ll feel so refreshed, you’ll want to make it a weekly ritual. In-house guests may dial the Concierge at 4037 for more information. Reservations can be made at 786 655 5600.

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Asado Brunch Buffet Los Fuegos by Francis Mallmann Sundays from 12:00 – 4:00pm TRACK #5 Faena Journal Spotify Playlist

cucumber salad and a sprinkle of sesame; a melt-in-your-mouth scallop entree features black truffle dashi, lemon jam and brandade emulsion; while the Ora King Salmon Butter comes gently poached in aromatic oil with toasted bread. If you’re looking for greens, This Season’s Salad has harvest veggies, edible flowers and crunchy grains, while the new vegetable curry rice provides a spicy kick. Savory plates are followed by sweet sensations from Nashi pear and Coconut Tapioca to Guanaja Namelaka, a yuzu air cake with lemongrass gel and green curry ice cream. In-house guests may dial the Concierge at 4037 for more information. Reservations can be made at +1 786 655 5600. TRACK #6 Faena Journal Spotify Playlist

CHEF’S CHOICE IN LA CAVA “Top Chef” and James Beard award-winning culinary master, Paul Qui, will host an epicurean evening featuring an Asian-inspired omakase with sake pairings in Faena’s intimate wine room, La Cava. In Japan, there is a culinary tradition of ordering ‘omakase,’ a word that literally translates to respectfully leaving another to decide what is best, or in gastronomic terms, chef’s selection. When entrusting the menu to Paul Qui, diners can expect an innovative and surprising selection of Filipino-inflected dishes that showcase the chef’s iconic culinary creativity.Throughout his prolific career, Qui has fused together unpredictable combinations to create flavor-packed tasting plates, which over the years have evolved into one of his trademark specialties. The first in a series of similar sybaritic adventures happening at La Cava monthly throughout the spring, an intimate group of guests will gather around a candlelit communal table in Faena Hotel Miami Beach’s private wine room, to enjoy a multi-course feast that offers the best of Qui’s signature recipes and spontaneous creations. Each dish will be expertly paired with a range of Japanese beverages such as whiskey and sake. “My culinary career started with my passion for Japanese cuisine because of its aesthetic, discipline and culture,” says Qui, whose authentic cooking carries the stamp of a true artist.

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20 18 22 Omakase Series with Chef Paul Qui La Cava. Seatings at 7:00pm Tickets start at $95 per person In-house guests may dial the Concierge at 4037 for more information. Reservations can be made at 786 655 5600.


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Work Hard, Play Harder Say thank you to your team with an extraordinary trip to Faena District to show them how much you appreciate their great work. The Faena Five package offers an abundance of perks like a VIP luxury roundtrip airport transfer from Miami International Airport, two VIP welcome amenities and upgrades on group of accommodations. Colleagues can lounge together under candy-striped cabanas on a private stretch of sand reserved just for them, while

beach butlers pamper them with personalized attention. When it’s time to play, guests have access to a variety of entertaining activities from beach soccer and volleyball games to morning yoga sessions and access to Tierra Santa Healing House’s signature Wet Spa hammam circuit. Discounted spa treatments, including shaman-

inspired body rituals, deep tissue massages and sculpting facials are the ideal way to restore and revive your best players, keeping them at the top of their game.

TAKE A JOYRIDE Cruise South Beach’s sights in style in a new Alfa Romeo sports car. Faena Hotel Miami Beach guests can explore an art deco wonderland from a newly-minted Alfa Romeo Stelvio or Alfa Romeo Giulia, the property’s new fleet of complimentary house cars. Sit back and relax as your chauffeur whisks you away to cruise Ocean Drive while you take in the pastel-hued architectural gems of one of the world’s most iconic streets. After, head to Lincoln Road for a leisurely stroll of the buzzy shops and restaurants filled with locals and visitors. Take a drive through the Collins Park Cultural Center triangle, which encompasses The Bass, a historic contemporary art museum, Miami City Ballet and the Miami Beach Regional Library. In the evenings, hop into the rouge-colored sedan for a Wallcast concert in SoundScape Park featuring classical music performances set to 7,000-sq.ft. projections on the Ghery-designed façade of the New World Center, home to the New World Symphony.

Offer based on availability. For reservations, dial 305 535 4697 or e-mail groups-miamibeach@faena.com

Faena Forum Home of Winter Music Conference Winter Music Conference, now officially part of Miami Music Week, returns to Faena Forum this March 25-28 for its 34th annual edition. The 43,000 square-foot OMA-designed Faena Forum serves as the perfect launch pad and congregation point for dance music’s most innovative artists, songwriters, DJs and producers. Newly operating under the umbrella of Ultra Worldwide, WMC will offer two segments: WMC Industry for music professionals, and WMC Access, catering to enthusiasts and amateur musicians who want to learn more about the dance music industry. This year’s keynote speakers include founder of the podcast, “Team Human,” Dr. Douglas Rushkoff, who will discuss what it means to stay human in a digital age; Dutch DJ and “A State of Trance” founder Armin van Buuren; “Trainspotting” author Irvine Welsh, and platinum-selling DJ and producer Sam Feldt. Engaging panels will cover topics from how to get your start in the electronic music indus-

try to innovation and brand building as an independent label. Upgraded industry badges have access to exclusive presentations including current market trends, the rise of music recognition technology, and meaningful information on how to get one’s music synced with brands, film and television. Special guest performances will also surprise attendees throughout the symposium. For more information, visit www.wintermusicconference.com MAR

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Offer based on availability. Alfa Romeo Thrill Ride program available exclusively to guests of Faena Hotel Miami Beach. For more information, in-house guests may dial the Concierge at 4037 or email concierge-miamibeach@faena.com. TRACK #10 Faena Journal Spotify Playlist

A SUITE ESCAPE Upgrade your holiday with Faena’s Suite Dreams experience. As soon as you touch down at the airport, a chauffeured transfer is waiting to zip you to Faena Hotel. Upon checking into your artfully-appointed suite overlooking sweeping ocean vistas, a dedicated butler is on hand to unpack your luggage and cater to your every need, from restaurant reservations to booking your complimentary 50-minute spa treatment at Tierra Santa Healing House. Other perks include daily breakfast, valet parking and late check out, as well as a waived resort fee. Make the most of a $100 resort credit with a range of experiences from epicurean adventures at Pao or Los Fuegos, craft cocktails at The Living Room and Saxony Bar, or an evening in Faena’s intimate red-velvet Theater.

Offer based on availability. For reservations, dial 305 535 4697 or e-mail reservations-miamibeach@faena.com TRACK #9 Faena Journal Spotify Playlist


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Faena Bazaar’s Essentials: Shirts & Shoes From made in America to made in Spain, the newlyopened Faena Bazaar features international designers spinning fashions the whole world loves.

BAZAAR’S PICK OF THE MONTH: LOVE BINETTI The latest collection from New Yorkbased Argentine fashion designer, Diego Binetti, is inspired by a cadre of female muses whose singular style and independent spirit transformed them into celebrated icons.

Art Pops Up at Faena Bazaar

Brittany Correy "The Lady & The Sailor"

Shoes by Pedro García

On February 15, Faena Art kicked off its Guest Galleries Series, a rotating gallery pop-up, by unveiling a mural from renowned Argentine artist Juan José Cambre. Multihyphenate Alan Faena believes in the transformative power of the arts and continually seeks to provide a platform to interdisciplinary artists from around the world to showcase their work. In keeping with this commitment, Faena Art partnered with DotFiftyOne, a Miami based gallery that focuses on contemporary Latin American art. Over the course of five days, artist Juan José Cambre painted

a mural in the courtyard of Faena Bazaar, which was unveiled for public viewing during a complimentary sunset cocktail reception. The intimate event celebrated the launch of the organization’s Guest Galleries Series, a free, temporary exhibit in the ground-floor gallery space of Faena’s OMA-designed Bazaar. Guests are invited to peruse additional works from Cambre, as well as Graciela Hasper, whose

monumental mural decorates the Faena Forum, and Colombian artist Gonzalo Funemayor, whose artwork leans towards magic realism.

Open daily during Faena Bazaar hours: Monday to Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m / Sundays 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. TRACK #12 Faena Journal Spotify Playlist

It all starts with the essentials. That’s what inspired designer Brittany Correy over a decade ago to launch The Lady & The Sailor based on her philosophy that “good basics are the foundation to creating beautifully uncomplicated style.” Carefully and consciously produced using the highest quality textiles in the United States, Correy’s collections, which she describes as “ feminine with a nod to boy,” offer unfussy staples like scooped tanks, linen tees, cotton tunics and lightweight drawstring dresses. Inspired by her own insatiable taste for travel, culture, and all things timeless, her effortlessly elegant clothes are crafted for a well-lived life. As comfortable as they are versatile, her T-shirts can rise to any occasion from a casual beachside brunch to a night of cocktails, when paired with killer stilettos. Over in Spain, Mila and Pedro García are

carrying on a three-generation family business crafting beautiful luxury footwear made by highly-skilled artisans in Elda, Alicante. Always looking to take their designs one step further, the Garcías continually experiment and merge opposing concepts to “spawn new, hybrid silhouettes.” One of their earliest out-ofthe-box pursuits was to decorate flat sandals with Swarovski micropavé crystals which, over time, became a hallmark in the brand’s permanent collection. They also created anatomical soles for high heels, developed rough-hewn finishes on vegetable tanned leather to establish a style of uncooked glamour, and introduced frayed satin, all of which have become trademarks of the iconic Spanish label. For more information, follow Faena Bazaar on Instagram (@FaenaBazaarMiami)

Binetti’s eponymous label, LOVE Binetti, caters to the free-spirited modern woman with a city-slicker edge. His spring/summer ’19 collection, “Sisters of the Moon,” showcasing tiered flowing dresses, romantic puff and poet sleeves, baby-doll empire cuts, and hand embroidered motifs, pays homage to empowered women in the worlds of music, fashion and art with designs that represent femininity defined by diversity and strength. You’ll find hints of Stevie Nicks’ gypsy-meets-rocker bravura, artisanal embroidery and long cotton dresses inspired by Frida Kahlo and Georgia O’Keeffe, and a trace of retro-European sophistication as a tribute to Italian doyenne Marella Agnelli. Must-have souk-inspired accessories include hand-beaded and tasseled hobos, hand-loomed totes and a circular top-handle bag with multi-colored raffia.

For more information, follow Faena Bazaar on Instagram (@FaenaBazaarMiami)


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Spring Blooms at Tierra Santa

Spring is a time for clearing space for new beginnings. This March, Tierra Santa Healing House plays host a wide array of workshops and classes from color courses and feng shui to yoga and Pranic Healing.

MEDICINE MUSIC FOR THE HEART

MASQUERADE. AN IDEAL TIME FOR FACIALS

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in harmony during a meditation, cacao ceremony and healing music concert.

Good Vibrations at Tierra Santa Healing House

BY DR. ROBERTA DEL CAMPO TIERRA SANTA HEALING HOUSE WELLNESS COLLABORATOR I am a huge fan of masks, and if you’re not masking, you’re missing out. Think of masks as a mini facialbetween-facials: they help target specific concerns such as dullness, discoloration, aging, congestion, and breakouts and help to keep your skin in tip-top shape. They are also a great way to relax and pamper yourself.

Singing bowls have been used for millennia to restore harmony on the subtlest physical, psychological and energetic levels of being.

How many times a week can you use a mask? I recommend no more than twice a week, as the skin needs time to heal and constant treatments can be too harsh on the skin. How do you know which type of mask is right for you? Almost anyone can benefit from a mud mask that helps lift impurities and brighten the skin. For those who are dry, a hydrating sheet mask will do the trick. The key is finding a mask that best fits your skin concern and one that you like using. Happy Masking!

To book a consultation with Dr. Del Campo, please email spamiami@faena. com or call 786 655 5570. In-house guests may dial Tierra Santa at 3217 for more information.

TIERRA SANTA BOUTIQUE Discover an array of hand-crafted treasures and unique finds at Tierra Santa Boutique. Browse through an exclusive collection of South American-inspired hats, purses, jewelry and seasonal fashion designs from Carolina K, hand-embroidered ottomans, fine quality crystals, Indian malas, the latest products from luxury skincare brands Biologique Recherche, Soleil and LILFOX, and so much more.

“Our intention is to offer a diverse range of workshops and healing modalities in order to heal as many people as possible,” remarks Spa Director Agustina Caminos. On March 9, celebrity make-up artist Paola Orlando and image consultant Carolina Aubele are teaming up to deliver Holi Colors, a seminar that teaches participants how to use color to look and feel their best. Through a personalized color analysis, Orlando and Aubele will create a color palette for clothes, accessories, hair and makeup that will serve as the DNA of each participant’s personal style. “Colors carry a vibration and it’s helpful for people to know what vibrations they’re reflecting and attracting,” says Caminos. During a full-moon meditation on March 19, psychotherapist Inessa Freylekhman will offer guidance on how to make room for unlimited possibilities using feng shui, a 5,000-year-old Chinese practice that employs energy forces to harmonize individuals with their environments. Diving deeper into energy medicine, Caminos will lead a two-day Basic Pranic Healing Course on March 23-24. Guests will learn the intricate anatomy of energy fields to accelerate healing, improve interpersonal relationships

and maintain a positive state of mental well-being. Additionally, weekly Hatha and weekend Vinyasa yoga classes are offered at 10 am each morning, while daily Twin Hearts meditations release negative emotions and foster a greater sense of self-awareness and mental clarity. In-house guests may dial Tierra Santa at 3217. For more information and reservations, please email spamiami@faena.com or call 786 655 5570.

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Basic Pranic Healing Course Tierra Santa Studio 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Guests can experience sound therapy through a variety of body treatments and experiences at Tierra Santa Healing House, including the spa’s signature Tree of Life Vibrations healing ritual that combines aromatherapy, massage and sound healing using Tibetan singing bowls. When played, the bronze bowls produce delicate to full-bodied sounds that harmonize broken frequencies in the mind, body and spirit. “Sound therapy shifts brain waves into an alpha or theta state to activate the body’s regenerative pathways and heal on a cellular level,” says Spa Director Agustina Caminos. The bowls are also applied to gently warm and soothe the lower back, slowly diffusing its vibrations to release deep-seated tension. Traditionally used in Himalayan monasteries,

Buddhist monks played the mystical bowls during sacred rituals and meditative practices to focus their minds and aid inner peace. The same still holds true today for the listener as well as the player, who is likely to experience a stabilizing effect as the left and right sides of the brain synchronize with one another. Caminos recommends playing singing bowls at home to move stagnant chi and soothe both mind and soul. In-house guests may dial Tierra Santa at 3217 to book treatments. For more information and reservations, please email spamiami@faena.com or call 786 655 5570. TRACK #13 Faena Journal Spotify Playlist

GET ACTIVE, BUT SEE A PT FIRST By Kevin Mills. Tierra Santa Healing House Sports Therapy Collaborator The health benefits of exercise for disease prevention, cognitive ability, and longevity have been readily established. However, 80% of Americans still do not get the recommended activity dosage of 150 minutes of moderate exercise per week. Many people want to exercise, but don’t know where to begin. This is where seeing a physical therapist first may help. Physical therapists are movement specialists who are trained to keep the musculoskeletal

system healthy and understand the underlying medical and biomechanical issues that affect it. A quality PT can help you determine if you have any weaknesses, imbalances, or alignment issues, and recommend the best type of exercise routine for your body. Don’t wait until you have a problem to see a PT, see one before you start an exercise routine to prevent an injury from happening in the first place.

In-house guests may dial Tierra Santa at 3217 to RSVP. For more information and reservations, please email spamiami@faena.com or call 786 655 5570.

Tierra Santa Healing House is bringing a band of musicians and healers together for a four-hour evening on March 17 dedicated to illuminating the heart. Marylin Galan will lead a meditation followed by a cacao ceremony and flute performance. “Cacao is a natural mood elevator packed with neurotransmitters that can lead to a happier and more expanded state of consciousness,” explains Spa Director Agustina Caminos. The evening will also include mantra performances from Sat Sukh and healers of MadhuSun Collective, as well as a medicine music concert by artists Daniela Arhat, and Corey Chase. During an intermission, chef-prepared vegan and cacao snacks will be served, and guests can partake in angel oracle readings, reiki, henna, Thai massage and yogic stretching.

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Illuminated Heart Tierra Santa Studio 4:30 - 8:30 pm Priced at $40 per person Open to guests of all ages TRACK #14 Faena Journal Spotify Playlist


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Faena Rose

Faena Festival Heads to Buenos Aires

Faena Rose is our art and culture-based private members club, which brings together a dynamic community of likeminded individuals through a robust, year-round calendar of the most engaging and transformative cultural experiences. This March, Faena Rose is delighted to host award-winning photographer & filmmaker, Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, for a pre-release screening of Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am followed by a Q&A. The artful documentary explores the extraordinary life of legendary Nobel Laureate, Toni Morrison, through intimate interviews with Morrison herself, Oprah Winfrey, Angela Davis, and more. Faena Rose’s diverse lineup of culturally enriching events this month also includes a hands-on master class with multiple James Beard Award finalist, Chef Hedy Goldsmith, who will teach Rose members the art of making the perfect pastry at Adlib; a pre-release screening of House Two, a new

After a successful presentation in Miami during Art Basel, the Faena Festival will debut in Buenos Aires in April during ArteBA, one of the largest contemporary art fairs in Latin America that focuses on regional artists.

documentary examining the investigation of the two U.S. Marines that killed 24 unarmed Iraqi civilians in 2005, followed by a Q&A with Academy Award-nominated filmmaker, Michael Epstein; and an exclusive studio visit with celebrated artist, Gonzalo Fuenmayor, who created a specially-commissioned series of prints and photographs for all of the guest rooms at Faena Hotel Miami Beach.

This local edition of the festival’s inaugural program, This Is Not America, explores the various narratives and mythologies associated with the Americas through commissioned installations and performances. "Artists are not limited by geopolitical divisions, so we have decided to explore different interpretations of what unites Americans and, ultimately, what connects us,” says Faena Group Founder Alan Faena. Reinforcing its commitment to creating cutting-edge, largescale public installations that are free and open to the public, the festival puts forth a polyphonic platform to amplify creative voices across a range of artistic genres.

For more information about Faena Rose, contact rosemembership@faena.com Follow @Faena.Rose on Instagram for more highlights, happenings, and everything in between.

Spring is Here! A Perfect Season For Eating Flowers If one studies flowers one realizes that there are some that are more beautiful than they need to be. Like the poppy, with its almost violent hue and its lofty elegance, flowers become separate from their primitive purpose and incline toward beauty. They are like a little perversion. Their diminutive frivolity extends to the rest of living beings, above all to humans, who are attracted to them to the extent of not only cutting them and taking them home, but also of wanting to eat them. The culinary use of flowers dates back to China, Greece and Rome thousands of years ago, but it has always been present in traditions around the world. Hibiscus is eaten in Africa, Latin America and China. We even eat watercress, orange squash blossoms, pansys' and moringa's which are a popular ingredient in the Indian subcontinent. The strange thing about this is that there is not a lot of energy in these flowers. They lack carbohydrates and proteins and usually have few minerals. So we eat flowers for the very same reason that they exist: they are beautiful, and that is enough. That beauty is not purely visual, however. In addition to their shapes and colors, flowers smell delicious, which is an essential part of cuisine, while some have slightly bitter or spicy tastes, adding an extravagant touch to the dishes they adorn. Unfortunately, not everything that is beautiful is edible; some of the most beautiful flowers are poisonous, although they are also medicinal if used correctly. But those that lose their ephemeral uselessness on our palate can be combined so that their beauty becomes a different end in itself. Eating flowers is an aesthetic charm, and literally feeding on that charm is a form of subversion. And precisely because they are not especially nutritious

or especially tasty, eating them is a way of reconciling ourselves with that capricious beauty, of flowing in harmony with their ephemeral phenomenon. And instead of always seeking the flavorful satisfaction of food, or the nutritional obsession for ‘superfoods’, let us eat out of aesthetic admiration, for a change. These are some edible flowers for a colorful spring diet: 1. Chrysanthemum (only the petals are eaten, and which are a little bitter or taste of pepper) 2. Orange blossom (citrus flowers are sweet and aromatic. They are used in small quantities to not over-perfume a dish. 3. Elderflowers (flowers and leaves. Soft, sweet flavor) 4. Gladiola (only the petals, which have a light taste) 5. Hollyhock (the petals have a subtle and vegetal taste) 6. Carnation (the petals are sweet when the base is removed) 7. Nasturtium (the most popular of all, sweet with a touch of pepper) 8. Marigold (remove the white base and eat the petals) 9. Roses (only the petals) 10. Alliums of the onion, garlic and leek species (all of the flower is edible) 11. Sunflowers (shoots, petals, seeds) 12. Violet (the entire flower, which is sweet) 13. Lavender (sweet, spicy and perfumed) 14. Squash blossoms (all of the flower and the upper part of the stalk) 15. Lilly (the flowers are spicy, infused with a citric aroma)

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The culinary use of these flowers is essential for the nutrition of parts of us that are frequently neglected.

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Performances from artists Cecilia Bengolea and Isabel Lewis— featuring collaborations with local performers—will unfold at La Rural, a historic exhibition center in the heart of Palermo, while Alfredo Jaar’s A Logo for América will be presented for the first time in Latin America on a jumbotron in Av 9 de Julio, just in front of the Obelisco. Other art and film installations from Fernando Rubio, Agustina Woodgate, Luna Paiva, Mercedes Azpilicueta, Clara Cullen, and Joseph Beuys will take place throughout the city.

For more information, visit www.faenafestival.com


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Bring your costume, bring your drums, and bring your party to Carnival in Buenos Aires.

THE FUTURE IS FEMALE Women´s Month at Faena Spa Every March, Faena Hotel Buenos Aires celebrates International Women’s Day with a month of specially curated spa therapies to foster well-being among women. In keeping with this year’s Women’s Day global theme #BalanceForBetter, Faena Spa is offering the Ahimsâ Day Spa treatment to help guests cultivate a greater sense of harmony and balance. The day-long spa experience begins with yoga practice in the spa’s Zen Room to awaken consciousness of the body, before heading to the Relax Room, where guests nourish themselves with fresh fruits, nuts and citric-infused water. A detoxifying hammam circuit featuring a sauna and steam bath prepares the skin for a relaxing aromatherapy massage using a range of chakra-balancing essential oils from palo santo to eucalyptus. A vegan lunch and purifying juice are served before heading to a centering Twin Hearts meditation. As a gift, guests receive a duo of natural oils from Faena’s Sacred Collection.

tradition dates back centuries when Catholics in Italy would host a decadent masked ball before the first day of Lent when they were expected to give up meat (“carnevale”) for a solemn period of fasting. Today in Buenos Aires, groups of neighbors band together for months to rehearse performances, which unfold in flashy sequined costumes with matching top hats, plenty of dancing and a riot of musical instruments from snare drums to whistles to cymbals as they parade through the streets putting on a show that’s not to be missed. Reservations can be made at +54 11 4010 9200 or at reservasuniverse@faenahotels.com. For more information on Faena Buenos Aires, visit www.faena.com/buenos-aires. TRACK #15 Faena Journal Spotify Playlist

POOL PARTIES AND SIMMERING SUNSETS Sun-soaked days and starry nights light up summer in the Southern Hemisphere. Day or night, amusement awaits at Faena Hotel Buenos Aires, the city’s most enchanting summer escape. Tan yourself golden on a siren-red chaise lounge alongside a crown-studded pool, which transforms into a festive centerpiece after sunset. When the sun dips towards horizon in a spectacular show of coral, burnt orange and indigo, the music takes over the night. Sip on any number of original libations dreamed up by

the city’s most renowned mixologists—lush elderflower liqueur, crème de cassis and yerba mate syrup are just a few of the inventive flavors that grace the standout cocktail menu. Carouse well into the night, rubbing shoulders with old friends and new, while dancing to the best-known DJs of Buenos Aires.

Reservations can be made at +54 11 4010 9200 or at reservasuniverse@faenahotels.com. For more information on Faena Buenos Aires, visit www.faena.com/buenos-aires.

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Carnival in BA: Bang On The Drum All Day

The neighborhoods of Buenos Aires will come alive March 2-5 with over a 100 “murgas,” or block parties filled with music, regalia and dancing. Guests can book Faena Hotel Buenos Aires’ celebratory Carnaval Package from March 1 to March 14 to join the vibrant festivities and poolside parties featuring live bands and celebratory cocktails mixed with Latin American flair. Other culinary perks include a welcome drink at the Library Lounge, complimentary breakfast daily and a lunch for two at El Mercado restaurant. If you need to detox after all that carousing, there’s free access to the spa’s hammam, complimentary yoga classes and a 3 pm late check out to catch up on sleep. Tour Puerto Madero’s waterfront Costanera Sur Ecological Reserve on complimentary bikes and visit the surrounding neighborhoods to dance with locals as they celebrate Carnival with colorful street parties. This long-standing

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Reservations can be made at +54 11 4010 9200. For more information on Faena Buenos Aires, visit www.faena.com/buenos-aires.

A SPACE FOR MONUMENTAL MEETINGS Faena Art Center’s event spaces in Puerto Madero provide a soaring blank canvas with polished Carrara marble floors and 30-foot windows bathed in sunlight to host a peerless affair. Unique event packages offer special March rates and a dedicated event expert on-site to coordinate every last detail, while Faena’s talented chefs, Marina Carluccio and Agustina Millan, prepare gourmet menus paired with Luigi Bosca Reserve wines. State-of-the-art technical equipment brings business to life in an inspiring setting for up to 350 attendees. Guests receive attentive service from professional staff, Nespresso coffee throughout the day, as well as comfortable lounge areas to unwind during breaks. Customizable menus are available for cocktail parties and elegant seated dinners delivered with Argentine hospitality and unrivaled Faena flair.

Reservations can be made at +54 11 4010 9200. For more information on Faena Buenos Aires, visit www.faena.com/buenos-aires.

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First Call. Casa Faena 4:00 pm- 7:00 pm Live Music & DJs The Living Room from 8:00 pm

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ABOUT SPOTIFY Inspired by Miami Music Week, our March issue of the monthly Faena Journal includes stories on a range of music & sound found at Faena District. For an immersive reading experience, listen along to our curated Spotify playlist with numbered tracks associated with select stories. To listen, search for our “Faena Journal” playlist on the Spotify app under the official @Faena account. Select the track number listed by the article, and enjoy!

First Call. Casa Faena 4:00 pm- 7:00 pm Live Music & DJs The Living Room from 8:00 pm / The Saxony Bar from 10:30 pm Samsara Cabaret Faena Theater. Dinner 8:00 pm, Show 9:oo pm

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First Call. Casa Faena 4:00 pm- 7:00 pm Live Music & DJs The Living Room from 8:00 pm / The Saxony Bar from 10:30 pm Samsara Cabaret Faena Theater. Dinner 8:00 pm, Show 9:oo pm Late Night Show 11:00 pm

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First Call. Casa Faena 4:00 pm- 7:00 pm Live Music & DJs The Living Room from 8:00 pm / The Saxony Bar from 10:30 pm Samsara Cabaret Faena Theater. Dinner 8:00 pm, Show 9:oo pm Late Night Show 11:00 pm

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First Call. Casa Faena 4:00 pm- 7:00 pm Live Music & DJs The Living Room from 8:00 pm / The Saxony Bar from 10:30 pm Samsara Cabaret Faena Theater. Dinner 8:00 pm, Show 9:oo pm Nocturne. Faena Theater. 11:00 pm - 4:00 am

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First Call. Casa Faena 4:00 pm- 7:00 pm Live Music & DJs The Living Room from 8:00 pm / The Saxony Bar from 10:30 pm Samsara Cabaret Faena Theater. Dinner 8:00 pm, Show 9:oo pm Nocturne. Faena Theater. 11:00 pm - 4:00 am

Vinyasa Yoga. Tierra Santa Studio. 10:00 am Entertainment

First Call. Casa Faena 4:00 pm- 7:00 pm Live Music & DJs The Living Room from 8:00 pm / The Saxony Bar from 10:30 pm Samsara Cabaret Faena Theater. Dinner 8:00 pm, Show 9:oo pm Late Night Show 11:00 pm

*Calendar of Events is subject to change. Please check with the concierge to confirm days and times. For Live Music and DJs details, please check our website: www.faena.com/miami-beach/entertainment

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