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City Hall still bestows architectural grace and finesse upon Coral Gables By: Liz Kobak Liz@INYBN.com

When one thinks of architect ural master y in South Florida, attention turns to the series of buildings erected in Coral Gables in the vicinity of the celebrated Miracle Mile. On an even more local scale and joining the ranks of the Biltmore Hotel is Coral Gables’ City Hall, which building experts view as embodying absolute architectural perfection. “It’s one of the architectur-

al jewels of South Florida,” observed University of Miami Professor of Architecture Rick Lopez of the municipal building erected in 1924 and modeled after the Italian Renaissance. On the list of the National Register of Historic Places as designated by Dade County since 1974, Coral Gables’ City Hall is modeled after a Mediterranean palazzo; the Hall comprises a simple rectangular building with a semi-circular council chamber attached, and

a stair hall in the center is illuminated from above. The building’s exterior reflects how it functions on the inside as it still serves as a municipal building today, with the building department, council chambers and office of Mayor James Cason taking residence. “It is a very special building in terms of design,” said Lopez of how City Hall marries well with its surroundings. City Hall is part of the collection of initial buildings

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Coral Gables City Hall. [Photos courtesy of Coral Gables City Hall PR department]

The Village of Miami Shores: Proof that Big Things Come in Small Packages By: Chris Carson Chris@INYBN.com

The Florida Supreme Court aspires to make civil justice accessible to everyone. [Photo courtesy of Florida Commission on Access to Civil Justice]

FLORIDA ACCESS TO CIVIL JUSTICE:

Meeting the Needs of All Floridians

By: Chris Carson Chris@INYBN.com

Chief Justice Jorge Labarga of the Florida Supreme Court identified the need for permanent, systemic changes to the current model of access to civil justice in Florida. He foresaw the necessity of addressing the unmet legal needs of low- and moderateincome Floridians. As a result, the Florida Commission on Access to Civil Justice will tackle the aforementioned is-

sue by reviewing the Florida legal assistance delivery system as a whole, seeking to improve access to civil justice and raising awareness of the legal needs of Florida’s disadvantaged residents. I had the opportunity to obtain information from Frank Digon-Greer, who is working for the commission, and gain some insight into what the citizens can expect from the Florida Commission Continued on page 13

Residents of Key Biscayne can trace their community’s roots back to the early 1870’s when settlers first bestowed the area with the name Biscayne. South Florida has since developed and prospered into several communities, including that of Miami Shores now home to 10,000 residents. One of Miami Shores’ current residents and community leaders, Executive Director Jesse Walters, shared some insights into the now thriving village. “I moved here in 2008. I was elected to village council in 2011 and re-elected (as Vice Mayor) in 2013. I was hired as Executive Director of the Greater Miami Shores Chamber of Commerce in July 2011,” recalled Walters. She and her colleagues at the Village of Miami Shores Chamber of Commerce have witnessed growth since the post-World War II era when many of Miami Shores’ important community structures were first erected. Notable buildings including the Village Hall, the Country Club, the Community Center, and

Cote Gourmet is one of the many favorite places to eat at Miami Shores. [Photo courtesy of David Traupman]

Brockway Library were completed during this time. The 1980’s and commercial development of Biscayne Boulevard would impact Miami Shores’ downtown business district; roughly 25 years of hardships would follow. These troubled times would culminate in the reconstruction of NE 2nd Avenue and a renewed desire on the part of community leaders to make the Village of Miami Shores a desirable destination again. The Village is now a dynamic area for arts and culture. “I believe that we have a

vibrant and diverse offering of both, thanks to the Miami Theater Center in our downtown, as well as the efforts of the Fine Arts Commission of Miami Shores,” remarked Walters. The Miami Theater Center, which opened in 1949, had fallen into a dilapidated state until Stephanie Ansin, and other residents of Miami Shores, returned it to its small town charm. The Miami Theater Center now entertains and educates people of all ages and skill levels. The MiContinued on page 10


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Villagers’ House Tour Set for Saturday, Dec. 3 in Coral Gables

Editor-in-Chief / Publisher Yara Zakharia, Esq. (Coral Gables/ Key Biscayne, FL) English Language Columnists Chris Carson (Philadelphia, PA) Kim Hutchinson (Weston, FL/ Atlanta, Georgia) Liz Kobak (Miami, FL / New York) Sarah Mason (Philadelphia, PA) Maria Ruiz (Miami, FL) Mirjam Walker (Bern, Switzerland) Spanish Language Editor Saida Santana (Miami, FL / Madrid, Spain) Spanish Language Columnists Minín Arévalo (Cutler Bay, FL) Tatiana Fiandaca (Miami, FL) Saida Santana (Miami, FL/Madrid, Spain) Guest Columnists Robert Elias, Esq. (Miami, FL) Dr. Carmen Ortiz-Butcher (Coral Gables, FL) Logo Concept Yara Zakharia, Esq. Evelyn Pacheco, PhD (York, South Carolina)

The Villagers’ Annual House Tour will take place from 10 AM until 3 PM, Saturday, December 3 in Coral Gables. This year’s tour “Finding Fink” is a carefully curated architectural journey featuring the work of Coral Gables visionary, George Fink. A first cousin of Coral Gables founder George Merrick, Fink was instrumental in the Old Spanish design implemented throughout the city’s early homes and buildings.  His architectural work continued in the area to include modern homes in the post-war period. Members of The Villagers will be onhand giving guided tours through the homes pointing out significant features of these very special structures.  A gift boutique, quilt raffle and holiday treats will also be available. Visitors walk and drive in their own vehicles between the properties.  The venues cannot accommodate wheelchairs or strollers, and high heels, photography and video are not permitted. Tickets are $35 and must be purchased in advance by November 22.  Tickets are available through members, on-line at www.thevillagersinc.org or by sending a check and self-addressed, stamped envelope to: The Villagers Inc.  P.O. Box The Villagers’ Annual House Tour will take place on Saturday, De141843, Coral Gables, FL  33114. Ticket cember 3 in Coral Gables. [Photo courtesy of Karen Buchsbaum] holders will receive tour directions with their ticket purchase. the recently published, award-winning, Gardens All proceeds support the preservation and protecof Miami coffee-table book, which will be availtion of historic sites in Miami-Dade County.  able at the House Tour. By educating, advocating, About The Villagers fundraising, and documenting, The Villagers, Inc. The Villagers, Inc. is Florida’s oldest historcontinues a 50-year tradition of dedicated service ic preservation organization. Founded in 1966, for the restoration and preservation of historic the all-volunteer organization is a not-for-profit sites in Miami-Dade County. Learn more at http:// 501(c)3.  Notable fundraising publications include thevillagersinc.org.

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I Could Eat Here ALL DAY (PUN INTENDED)

By: Maria Ruiz Maria@INYBN.com

You know what they say, breakfast is the most important meal, and at ALL DAY restaurant, you literally get to dine on breakfast food the entire day. What could be better? Recently, I had the opportunity to stop and try this new local establishment and was not disappointed. Upon arrival, my plus one and I were greeted by a friendly and welcoming staff that led us to a cozy corner booth. From our booth and before our delicious meal arrived, our eyes feasted on ALL DAY’s minimalistic and rustic decor. Instantly eye-grabbing is its neon green coffee menu, situated above the bar and brightly listing ten different coffee options. And speaking of cafe, I ordered the “& Milk” latte that would make any true coffee-lover’s heart soar. After much sightseeing, the food arrived, and very well presented might I add. I had one of their most renowned sandwiches dubbed “The Runny & Everything”, which is heaven made out of fried egg, bacon, sharp cheddar, lettuce, tomato, garlic aioli and everything bun. My guest had the “Baked Florida Eggs” which consisted of egg, leek, spinach, pecorino, citrus and sourdough toast, and we both shared a side of “Blue Grits” with butter, scallion, salt and pepper. De-li-cious to say the least! I highly recommend these plates, especially “The Runny & Everything”.

as a nod to the term used in “street talk” that someone may use to emphasize how devoted to a particular thing they are. For example, “Do you run?” a response might be “Oh, I run, I run ALL DAY!” For us, it’s about doing what we do, that is, being committed to excellence and greatness, without end. Do you foresee adding lunch and dinner plates? We currently do have many lunch items such as our House Made Pastrami and Kale Salad. Also, many of our items are easily “convertible” to lunch time, such as our “Baked Eggs” and “Avocado Tartine”.

hoods. It’s a dynamic hybrid of these three neighboring areas. What goes into the selection and creation of your dishes? Each dish has a purpose on the menu, trying to meet different hungers someone may have: light and classic, or big and indulgent, for example. Then we look at how all the flavors and textures work together in each dish, making sure they are as close Maria Ruiz

[Photo courtesy of Camila Ramos]

We do plan to expand on this more in the upcoming months, though. Also, once we receive our beer & wine license, we plan to extend our hours and offer more evening bites as well. What are your goals/visions, for the restaurant, for the future? Our vision is to be an institution of excellence in terms of food and beverage sourcing and execution, hospitality, and overall experience for our guests, staff and community. There will never be another ALL DAY in Miami; we’d like to keep this one as special as possible and continue to improve on it as much as we can.

Avocado Sandwich [Photo courtesy of Camila Ramos]

One bite out of that, and you’ll be wondering where it’s been your whole life. ALL DAY’s tantalizing menu is credited to Chef Charles Lutka, who describes his creations as good old “American breakfast”. The menu boasts everything from “Smoked Mahi”, “French Toast”, “Frijoles Negros” as well as quite a large tea, beer and wine selection. Apart from food sampling, I had the pleasure of interviewing ALL DAY owner, Camila Ramos, who gave me the inside scoop from the restaurant’s logo, menu and even her vision for the future:

Why did you choose downtown as the location? Downtown chose us. ALL DAY was created specifically for our space. Our building is one of the few remaining buildings over 100 years old in Miami, and we think that’s something truly special and rare in this city. This neighborhood is comfortably situated at the northern entrance of downtown, just west of the Arts & Entertainment district and just east of the culturally-rich Overtown neighbor-

Maria M. Ruiz is a Miami local with a Bachelor of Arts in English from Florida International University and an Associate in Arts degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from Miami-Dade College. Her interests include writing, photography, and volunteer work, which you can view on her company website, www.chibiloulou.com. 

to perfection as possible. We take this very seriously! Apart from the scrumptious food, one of ALL DAY’s many allures is its versatility and ability to attract such a diverse crowd. Whether you’re a family looking for a comfortable place to take the kids, or you’re someone looking for a quick bite, ALL DAY has a bit of everything for everyone at a reasonable price.

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1035 N Miami Avenue Miami, FL 33136 Monday – Friday: 7am – 7pm Saturday / Sunday: 9am – 7pm (305) 699-EGGS info@alldaymia.com @alldaymia

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Landscape Photography

from the Martin Z. Margulies Collection

Art at Fairchild, now in its 11th year, is pleased to present Landscape Photography - a series of featured works from 16 artists, selected from the Martin Z. Margulies Collection and curated by Katherine Hinds. The exhibition will present a variety of approaches to the landscape genre, including color, black and white photographs, and videos from around the world.

opens 12.3.16

What is the origin/meaning of the restaurant logo? Our logo, a dragon, symbolizes two characteristics we’d like to be known for: elegance & strength. Why did you name the restaurant “ALL DAY”? We named the restaurant ALL DAY

Egg Bagel Sandwich [Photo courtesy of Maria M. Ruiz, chibiloulou.com]

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Sandwich [Photo courtesy of Camila Ramos]


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B I G PI C TU R E

THE HUNT FOR THE WILDERPEOPLE:

Fugitives are Hard to Trust

Performances by Sam Neill and Julian Dennison are memorable. [Photo courtesy of The Orchard Films]

By: Tatiana Fiandaca Tatiana@INYBN.com

New Zealand’s majestic scenery is the perfect backdrop for the story of Ricky Baker and his uncle Hec. Raised on a foster care institution, the thirteen year old boy is brought to his new home to become the loving son that Bella and Hec never had, only to find himself trapped in a in a series of misleading situations.

Obsessed with hip-hop music and food, Ricky - and his dog Tupac- try to run away every night, but Bella knows exactly how to bring them back each time. After an unexpected and lifechanging event, Ricky and grumpy Uncle Hec are forced to abscond into the bush to escape the law. Confronted by Ricky’s lack of survival skills, Hec has no choice but to rely on the former’s teenage companion; the duo embark on

A variety of quirky characters progressively enrich the plot of this comedy. [Photo courtesy of The Orchard Films]

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an adventure laden with challenges that force them to trust each other. The differences between Ricky and Hec start to dissipate when they become New Zealand’s most wanted, and news of their capture dominates the media, making them overnight celebrities. The Hunt for the Wilderpeople is beautifully scored, and cinematography is taken to a whole new level. Taika Waititi -who also co-starred as the Minister- has certainly delivered one of his best performances in this film, which has been warmly hailed by international critics. Similarly, performances by Sam Neill and Julian Dennison are memorable, and throughout the story, a variety of quirky characters progressively enrich the plot of this comedy. “It’s one of the most fun shoots I’ve ever been involved with and was shot in locations ranging from bush north of Auckland, to the rugged part of West Auckland, to the volcanic plateau of Mt. Ruapehu to Horopito where Roger Donaldson’s classic Smash Palace was shot,” said the Director, when earlier this year, the film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. Based on Barry Crump’s novel Wild Pork and Watercress, this unconventional adventure has a powerful message about family, friendship and overcoming adversity and is divided into ten chapters clearly defined by silly-toned situations, where the two fugitives are

increasingly entangled in an effort to outwit their antagonists’ intentions. “I love characters that live on the margins, that are underdogs really struggling to make their way in the world, and dealing with what life has thrown at them. I always like those characters. I grew up in a household of renegades and people who have been struggling, and in a country where people are struggling, so those are my heroes. That’s why I always get drawn to these characters,” said Waititi to Fandango. New Zealand’s picturesque landscapes have inspired the cinematic industry with blockbuster classics such as ‘The Lord of the Rings’ and ‘The Hobbit’, but ultimately, the true magic about this film is the perfect blend of a masterfully executed screenplay, outstanding performances and comic characters. Recently screened at MDC’s Tower Theater, The Hunt for the Wilderpeople is one of the summer’s most promising flicks. Tatiana Fiandaca Born and raised in Venezuela, Tatiana Fiandaca holds a degree in Mass Communications and an MBA. As a freelance Public Relations and Corporate Communications consultant, she combines her advisory efforts with writing for several publications. Tatiana enjoys spending her leisure time running outdoors, sampling new restaurants and especially partaking in her overarching passion: traveling.


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V I NTAGE GA B LE S

City Hall Still Bestows Architectural Grace and Finesse Upon Coral Gables building elements on a rolling basis. “These drawings might serve to help guide new developments in Coral Gables,” said Lopez of the UM submissions for HABS (Historic American Buildings Survey), an organization that accepts student submissions for the government’s assessment that eventually lands in its archive. “This has a kind of manual or guide book for designing new buildings.” While recent developments display considerable attention to cataloguing these drawings and more, developers at times have interests opposing those of preservationists. “The zoning director has been working on a catalogue of drawings of Coral Gables. I think the hope is that the quality of architecture is maintained at a very high level while new developments continue to thrive in the city. Many times,

George Merrick statue. [Photo courtesy of Coral Gables City Hall PR department]

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in the city, which includes the worldrenowned Biltmore Hotel amid garden walls, piers, the Venetian pool and more. “Civic buildings helped define the character of this new and inventive place called Coral Gables,” underlined Lopez about Coral Gables father George Merrick’s vision for City Hall among neighboring structures.

“The architecture [of City Hall] is inspired by the Renaissance using local stone,” explained Lopez. This derived from George Merrick’s overarching vision of importing the Mediterranean flair to a new Coral Gables. Just this summer, there was a study done to explore the possibility of expanding the civic program of City Hall to the surrounding areas, with architecture students from the University sent to sketch

Wally Gobetz statue at City Hall. [Photo courtesy of Coral Gables City Hall PR department]

developers are focused on other things besides very high level of architecture that give Coral Gables this unique character and value,” underscored Lopez. Surprisingly, the building has stood the test of time in that it has required limited if any restorative projects. “There’s unmistakable beauty to the architecture,” remarked Lopez when asked why it is important to honor City Hall in all its splendor. “Number one, it’s a beautiful building. The character of the building helps define the character of the city. And there’s real value to that.

Ceiling skylight at City Hall. [Photo courtesy of Coral Gables City Hall PR department]

“In today’s architectural circles we talk less about beauty and more about function. Coral Gables is a valuable place – why? Probably because of its architectural character and its landscape. Undoubtedly, the architecture of this historic building is a big part of what makes Coral Gables valuable in monetary terms. Because it’s a beautiful building, it helps make it a beautiful place,” said Lopez of City Hall’s significance. According to Lopez, the building is as architecturally sound as can be, with only minor renovations in recent memory—a statue of George Merrick on a pedestal erected in 2006, within a small triangular green space park with benches. The park is a public open gathering space. “This is also part of the value that this building gives to the city.” The building will make its presence known for an indefinite amount of time. “I think the building is well-maintained; and I don’t think it’s going anywhere any time soon.” Liz Kobak Liz Kobak is a freelance writer with bases in New York and Miami. An avid tennis player and former top-ranked junior, Liz has written on various beats from sports (mainly tennis) to art (her college major). In her spare time, Liz can be found on the tennis courts, singing ‘80s songs at her local karaoke bar and volunteering.

Coral Gables City Hall. [Photos courtesy of Coral Gables City Hall PR department]


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Dade Heritage Trust Miami Bike Tour Series Announces 2016-17 Program guided tour. February 12 — ALLAPATTAH IS FOR LOVERS. Feelin’ adventurous? Join this tour! Ride to the Brickell Metrorail Station, put your bikes on the train and depart at the Allapattah Station for a ride around one of Miami’s oldest and most intriguing neighborhoods - Allapattah (the name is from the Seminole word for alligator)! March 12 — GABLES BIKE DAY. Dade Heritage Trust invites you to Gables Bike Day at Gables City Hall, 405 Biltmore Way. Visit the DHT booth for kids’ activities, prizes and give-a-ways! Bike raffle courtesy of Brickell Bikes!

April 9 — LUMMUS PARK HISTORIC DISTRICT TOUR Bike the beautiful and scenic Miami River Greenway to Lummus Park, the City of Miami’s oldest public park, where you will tour the two most historic buildings in Miami and have a riverside brunch in the Park. The guided tour will depart the Dade Heritage Trust office at 190 SE 12 Terrace at 10am. Rides are $10 for nonmembers and $5 for members. Bring your bikes, grab a citibike or rent a day ahead at Brickell Bikes. For more information visit dadeheritagetrust.org or call 305-358-9572.

Miami Bike Tours explore urban Miami. [Photo courtesy of Christine Rupp]

Dade Heritage Trust, in partnership with Green Mobility Network and Brickell Bikes presents a monthly bike tour series, Miami Bike Tours, with guided rides that explore urban Miami. Here’s the schedule for the season beginning in December. Tours are the second Sunday of each month and feature a different theme and route: December 11 — HOLIDAY ROADS. Explore Miami’s best holiday decoration venues. Start off in style at a fun

and festive Dade Heritage Trust headquarters. From there, travel to Bayfront Park, downtown Miami and beyond. HO HO HO away you go! January 8 — HISTORIC DOWNTOWN MIAMI AND HISTORYMIAMI MUSEUM. Did you know that many downtown Miami buildings are part of a National Historic District? This tour visits several that will amaze you - they are that cool. And then, end up at HistoryMiami Museum for a

Tours are the second Sunday of each month and feature a different theme and route. [Photo courtesy of Christine Rupp]

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Hear the Future in Every Voice Presents

NOVEMBER 20th 2016

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ADRIENNE ARSHT CENTER - KNIGHT CONCERT HALL AT 6:00 PM

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Following the spectacular success of the first of MISO-CHIC dedicated to fashion, this season MISO CHIC will be presenting a visual arts extravaganza. Painting, sculpture and urban street art with live performances on stage. Music and Color will be combined as paint for the soul.

2016-17 Season

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Marturet-Mikesell – Pictures for an Exhibition (World Premiere) LeFrak – Variations on a work by Sandra Muss (World Premiere) and music by Beethoven, Brahms, Debussy, Ravel, and Strauss.

Voices of Angels Sun., Dec. 11th, 2016 • 4:00PM First United Methodist Church of Coral Gables 536 Coral Way 33134

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$25 General Admission | $10 Children (age 5-18) MCC Alumni & Senior Citizens [Available through Miami-Dade County Golden Ticket Program]

fernando duprat - executive producer EDUARDO MARTURET - conductor

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THIS PROJECT OF THE MIAMI CHILDREN’S CHORUS IS SUPPORTED, IN PART, BY THE MIAMI-DADE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS AND THE CULTURAL AFFAIRS COUNCIL, THE MIAMI-DADE COUNTY MAYOR AND BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS; AND THE STATE OF FLORIDA, DEPARTMENT OF STATE, DIVISION OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS AND THE FLORIDA COUNCIL ON ARTS AND CULTURE.

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INDIVIDUAL ENERGY HEALING SESSIONS WITH PAULA PETRY, PHD Dr. Paula Petry combines her life experiences with her formal training in energy medicine, education, psychology, and the healing arts to help individuals optimize their health and well-being. She offers individual energy medicine sessions and workshops, as well as individual somatic therapy & coaching sessions to reduce stress, depression, anxiety and internal conflicts. In an initial energy medicine session, Dr. Petry first completes a standard intake process with you. This flows into a conversation about your expectations for the session(s) and in general what motivated you to seek assistance. Dr. Petry explains the general process, and you are given the opportunity to ask questions. Dr. Petry then begins an informal chat to help you identify the underlying emotional triggers that are diminishing your level of joyfulness and satisfaction with life. Early memories are identified that are connected to the emotional triggers. As your memories are activated, you identify where that emotion lives in the body, where you feel it, e.g., heart, stomach, head. If you have a generalized anxiety, you may feel it everywhere. The purpose of this process is to create an awareness of the emotional/behavioral pattern and to activate the negative/heavy energy in the body so it can be released through the healing process. NOTE: During non-local healings which are conducted over the phone or Skype, you can be lying down or sitting in a chair, while Dr. Petry, applying the principles of quantum physics, clears your biofield. You will then lie in a supine position on a massage table and further relax by visualizing a healing energy entering your body with each breath. Dr. Petry calls upon her and your spirit guides. She begins to enter non-ordinary time which facilitates her ability to ‘see’ your biofield and remove non-beneficial energies. Through the power of intention and spiritual assistance, heavy energies are lifted from the body through the chakra portals.This part of the session can Who Can Benefit? take from 20 to 60 minutes. Rhythmic sounds Generally speaking, anyone can benefit from energy medicine sessions. and scents help in the process. There is no typical client. The benefits for individuals with chronic diseases Sessions are 1.5 to 2 hours in length. SESSIONS AVAILABLE IN PERSON, BY PHONE, OR VIA SKYPE: Call: 305.807.7594 Email: Paula@PaulaPetry.com Visit: www.PaulaPetry.com Like: Paula’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/PaulaPetryPhD MENTION INYBN AND RECEIVE A DISCOUNT

and conditions, such as heart disease, stroke, cancer, diabetes, obesity, and arthritis, the leading cause of death and disability in the United States, include: • A renewed sense of hope in the ability to overcome long-time personal barriers that contribute to diminished health and wellness • Energetic release from limiting beliefs and associated behavioral patterns • Energetic release from unhealthy relationships that contribute to negative patterns • Lowered stress which exacerbates all chronic illnesses • ncreased sense of control over one’s daily decisions • Increased ability to take actions that are life affirming • Incorporation of mindfulness practices into the individual’s lifestyle has been shown to lower stress, lower chronic pain, lower levels of cortisol, lower blood pressure and increase immune system


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Rock Royalty Styx Performs Two Nights in South Florida Legendary Rock band Styx hits the stage at two South Florida casinos the weekend of December 2 with two consecutive concerts. The multi-platinum band will kick off its South Florida stop on Friday, December 2 at 8 p.m. at Magic City Casino in the Magic City Casino Amphitheater. The band will finish out the weekend at The Casino @ Dania Beach on Saturday, December 3 at 8 p.m. at Stage 954. “Styx is an incredibly passionate band with an unmatched arsenal of arena rock anthems,” said Scott Savin, Chief Executive Officer of The Casino @ Dania Beach and Chief Operating Officer of Magic City Casino. “These concerts celebrate four decades of the band’s music and musicianship.” A rena rock royalt y St y x formed in 1972 and has gone on to become one of the most successful classic rock acts still performing today. Known for its penchant for musical theatrics and signature harmonies, Styx has amassed a wide fan base and cult-like following. The group boasts five consecutive albums certified multiplatinum as well as 16 top 40 singles in the US, eight of which hit the top 10. The band’s

extensive list of chart successes includes rock classics “Come Sail Away,” “Renegade,” “Blue Collar Man (Long Nights),” “Babe” and “Lady.” Both shows are open to all ages. Tickets for the Casino @ Dania Beach performance begin at $50/person. VIP tables are available for $600 and include seating for four. Come Rock Away VIP packages are also available for $225 and include the following: one reserved Section A ticket within Rows D or E, specially designed Styx tour shirt, collectible tour poster, exclusive Styx hat, official Styx button and sticker set and a commemorative tour laminate. Tickets for the Magic City Casino show start at $30/person. VIP tables are available for $500 and include seating for four. Come Rock Away VIP packages are also available for $200 and include the following: one reserved Section A ticket within Rows D or E, specially designed Styx tour shirt, collectible tour poster, exclusive Styx hat, official Styx button and sticker set and a commemorative tour laminate. Tickets can be purchased online at www.casinodaniabeach. com, www.magicitycasino.com

Styx is a rock band from Chicago that formed in 1972 and known for its penchant for musical theatrics and signature harmonies. [Photo courtesy of Sandra Rodriguez]

or by calling 844-234-SHOW. The Casino @ Dania Beach presents the following shows:

Tears (8 p.m.) • March 11 Sandra Bernhard (8 p.m.)

• December 10 Taylor Dayne (8 p.m.) • January 7 Atlanta Rhythm Section (8 p.m.) • January 14 J. Anthony Brown (8 p.m.) • January 28 Blood, Sweat &

Magic City Casino’s entertainment schedule includes the following performers: • November 12 Wiener Bash featuring The Guess Who, War and Foghat (5 p.m.) • November 19 Orquesta

Brava (8 p.m.) FREE • December 9 Francisco Duran Live DVD Taping (9 p.m.) • December 10 A Night at the Copacabana featuring Kevin Ceballo (8:30 p.m.) FREE • December 17 Rare Earth (8 p.m.) FREE


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The Village of Miami Shores: Proof That Big Things Come in Small Packages Continued from page 1

nationwide favorites. Consumers will discover a variety of businesses, from specialty food merchants and phone retailers to jewelry stores, among others. Plans to expand the sewer system in 2014 were detailed to set the foundation for prospective development. The future of the Village of Miami Shores appears

ami Shores Fine Arts Commission is the official board of Shores residents tasked with organizing arts and cultural events throughout the year, including live musical concerts and art exhibits such as the annual Photography Contest at Unity Day. In addition to arts and cultural events, the small town hosts several events throughout the year; arguably none as popular as their Green Day. “At the Chamber, all hands are on deck as we plan Green Day on October 22. It has been voted by the residents as their favorite event, and it is the community’s biggest. Six thousand attended last year over just four hours!” Walters relayed. Miami Shores is a beautiful small community to The event is a street fair held live in that offers big advantages. [Photo courtesy on NE 2nd Avenue between of David Traupman] 94-99th streets. Over 150 vendors will be on hand as this part of town bright due to the diligent work of Waldiffuses a family friendly ambiance fea- ters and many others. It is a thrilling turing food, live music, shopping, and time to be in the South Florida area to a celebration of all things green (eco- witness how small towns in the region friendly). Green Day offers free admis- flourish. sion, parking, and rides. Miami Shores “I think that the incredible diversity will host two more events after Green of Miami Shores and its neighboring Day, namely Unity Ball and Winterfest. communities of Biscayne Park and El Though the events are spectacular, Portal, and the recent influx of young there are plenty of year round activities families is very exciting,” echoed in which locals and visitors may partake Walters.

Green Day tries to promote all things green, especially plant life. [Photo courtesy of Harvey Bilt]

at the Village of Miami Shores. The Miami Shores Aquatic Center features recreational and lap pools that are heated year-round. At the McCall Community Center on 96th street, residents and visitors can discover facilities focused on healthy living, crafts and hobbies, and other educational programming. The McCall Community Center and Abdella Field House are home to most sporting events; there is even a golf course for youngsters that can be found between the two buildings. When it is time to unwind, Miami Shores has two main shopping areas that offer a welcome blend of local and

For more information on the Village of Miami Shores and all it has to offer, visit www.miamishores.com or call 304-754-5466. Chris Carson A West Virginia native, Chris Carson is a WVU alum. After work ing in the f itness and customer service industries for the better part of two decades, he now lives and writes in Philadelphia. While residing in the City of Brotherly Love, Chris indulges his interests as a lover of red wine and appealing alliteration, while constantly waiting for the next great adventure that life has to offer.

Green Day is one of the favorite events at Miami Shores by residents, vendors, and visitors. [Photo courtesy of Harvey Bilt]


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Skanska Completes Installation of 60,000-Pound Oculus at the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science in Miami The Gulf Stream Aquarium at the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science is coming to life now that the Aquarium’s 31-foot wide, 13.5-inch thick, 60,000-pound oculus that will hold about 4 million pounds of seawater has been successfully installed. Skanska USA, the construction firm leading the project, spearheaded the installation of the colossal oculus lens, marking an important milestone for the science museum project as it nears completion. The oculus lens serves as the massive viewing portal into the Gulf Stream Aquarium, the centerpiece of the museum’s three-level Aquarium. The Gulf Stream Aquarium itself is a 100-foot wide, 500,000-gallon, coneshaped vessel with a corner-less design allowing open-water marine species such as tuna and sharks to swim continuously as they would in the actual Gulf Stream.

Oculus being lift over Aqaurium roof at Frost Science. [Photos courtesy of Joseph A. Quiñones]

Oculus at Frost Science. [Photos courtesy of Joseph A. Quiñones]

Getting the lens to the construction site was almost as difficult as installing it. The installation process began with securing a crane big enough to lift the oculus over 100 feet in the air, while monitoring weather conditions. Once Skanska had the oculus rigged and lifted, installers carefully guided it into place to guarantee optimum viewing for the museum’s visitors. “Looking up through the 30-foot oculus into the Gulf Stream Aquarium, visitors will have an immersive experience that takes them into the depths of the ocean. This habitat is now prepared to support over four million pounds of sea water and marine life,”

Oculus being lifted by crane at Frost Science. [Photos courtesy of Joseph A. Quiñones]

said Frank Steslow, Frost Science President. “This was a momentous construction milestone for the museum, which takes us one step closer to

Internal view of Oculus being placed in Gulf Stream Aquarium at Frost Science. [Photos courtesy of Joseph A. Quiñones]

Oculus being placed in Gulf Stream Aquarium at Frost Science. [Photos courtesy of Joseph A. Quiñones]

the opening. I am incredibly thankful to the dedicated museum team, along with our partners at Skanska. Hill International, Acrylic Tank Manufacturing and Clax Italia for completing this incredible task.”   Getting the lens to the construction site was almost as difficult as installing it. The oculus was manufactured in Italy by Clax Italia, and shipped out from Livorno to the Port of Miami. Given that the total weight of the oculus and shipping cradle was 80,000 pounds, a unique motorized platform - similar to the ones NASA uses to move space shuttles – was used to transport the lens to the museum site in downtown Miami’s Museum Park. “Installing the oculus was one of the most technically challenging aspects of this project. The oculus is round and extremely heavy, making the crane and rigging logistics difficult. The oculus needed to be tilted to a 21-degree angle to match the precise angle of the opening and then, we needed to make sure it was placed and sealed properly to allow future

museum visitors to enjoy an optimum viewing experience,” explained Andy Allen, Project Executive for Skanska USA Building. “Our team has been planning this installation for over two years now and it is rewarding to see the results of all the planning become a reality as the oculus takes its place as the centerpiece of the museum.” Now that the oculus has been installed, the Skanska team will begin installing the silicone sealant that forms the final seal between the oculus and the fiber glass liner, which should take about three weeks to complete, followed by filling the Gulf Stream Aquarium with seawater. “With each and every construction milestone we achieve, we move closer to opening our doors to the community. We thank Miami-Dade County for their continued support and the residents for believing in this project,” Mr. Steslow added. “We hope Frost Science will inspire generations to visit and be the nucleus of science and technology within our community.”


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A Spectacular Depiction of the Christmas Story Complete with Angels, Live Animals and More

This open-air depiction of Christ’s birth features more than 100 cast members, live camels, donkeys, goats and sheep. [Photo courtesy of Juan Saco Mironoff]

Thousands of people are expected to attend the 60th Annual Living Nativity at Miami Shores Presbyterian Church on Friday, December 9 and Saturday, December 10, as the Church celebrates this milestone anniversary of presenting the Christmas story. The event is free and open to the public, and takes place on Friday, December 9 and Saturday, December 10 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm at Miami Shores Presbyterian Church, 602 NE 96th Street, Miami Shores, FL 33138.

Unprecedented in scale throughout South Florida, the Living Nativity heralds the Christmas season with a live, open-air depiction of Christ’s birth, with more than 100 cast members, live camels, donkeys, goats and sheep. This spectacular representation of the Christmas narrative, complete with narration and a musical accompaniment, incorporates an elaborate, innovative compilation of audio-visual elements and a mix of digital and live-action characters, including Mary, Joseph,

Jesus, the prophets, angels, the Wise Men and more! “The Living Nativity is more than an event or a sight to see.  It is an experience that deepens the meaning and heightens the Spirit of Christmas,” said Rev. Dennis Andrews. “When it debuted in 1956, it attracted a few hundred people, mostly congregants and their friends and family. Last year, more than 2,000 people attended. Don’t miss it!” Throughout the evening, guests will have the opportunity to meander through the

Annual Living Nativity at Miami Shores Presbyterian Church is set for Dec. 9 and 10. [Photo courtesy of Juan Saco Mironoff]

church grounds, listening to and viewing depictions of various elements of the biblical story. Beginning with the prophets, mannequins appear with faces digitally projected onto them, giving the illusion of actual, live characters speaking to the spectators.  When the angel Gabriel appears to Mary, telling her that she will soon be pregnant, his image appears to float above her, making for a magically realistic experience.  The Living Nativity tour includes a large, true-to-life street

scene; a replica of what life was like at the time of Christ’s birth. Women may be seen preparing food or weaving cloth, children are playing games, animals traverse the scene, and jugglers walk among the crowd. The tour culminates inside the church, with instrumental holiday music. Guests are invited to bring canned goods, which will be donated to Pass it On Ministries, a local food bank. For more information, call (305) 754-9541 or visit www.mspc.net


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FLORIDA ACCESS TO CIVIL JUSTICE:

Meeting the Needs of All Floridians Continued from page 1

on Access to Civil Justice. Q: Is the commission drawing on previous Access to Justice Commissions in any other state’s initiatives to assess the legal flaws facing low- and moderate-income Floridians? If so, how do their studies differ from what is currently happening in Florida? A: I am pleased to have the opportunity tell you about the Florida Commission on Access to Civil Justice. The first Access to Justice Commission launched in Washington State in 1994, and there are now approximately 38 commissions across our nation. The experience of Access to Justice Commissions over the last two decades has been one of progress in the recognition of fundamental barriers to access to civil justice for low income and moderate income Americans, matched with significant efforts to break down those barriers. The Florida Commission, which was appointed/established on November 2014 and has met on a regular basis, has a head start in its search for solutions borrowed from those other commissions. Florida’s Access to Civil Justice Commission has the potential to make long-lasting, meaningful changes in our state’s civil justice system

Q: Will the recommendations pre s ent e d f rom their findings be expected to come under review for implementat ion within the coming year, or will the Florida Commission on Access to Civil Justice need further steps to make their ideas concrete? A: This is a Supreme Court Commission, and the Court will be overseeing the actions and take into consideration any recommendations the Commission may make, regardless if the initiative is based from another state or created by the Florida Commission. The Court has been proactive in responding to the recommendations to make them and/or the ideas tangible. Within less than a year, the Commission has made recommendations to the court to implement access to justice initiates. These recommendations are in the interim report to the Court. Recently, the Commission in its June 30, 2016 Final Report recommended the establishment of a permanent Florida Commission on Access to

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Civil Justice. It is highly anticipated that the Court will be issuing an administrative order in response to this recom mend at ion very soon. Several of these recommendations are already moving forward for implementation. Q: What, if any, changes can residents expect to see which do not fall under the categories of low- and moderate-income from this commission’s finding? A: Bridging the legal access gap in Florida will be beneficial for Floridians who need to access the court. Selfrepresentation is not based on an individual’s economic status. The courts have always been open to all but not accessible to everyone. Access to civil justice is about one’s ability to access the courts to resolve a legal need. Implementation of access to justice initiatives for those with low and moderate income will also benefit all Floridians. I am optimistic about this opportunity to develop innovative and creative ways to further assist the many thousands of vulnerable and underserved

Floridians—children, elders, persons with disabilities, veterans, domestic violence victims, victims of human trafficking, limited English proficient persons, and others—who require access to the civil justice system to address their unique needs. Q: How does giving feedback on personal experience accessing civil court and self-help services in Florida help fix the problem? A: To properly implement access to civil justice initiatives, which will remove barriers that impede access, it is very important to hear from those who are accessing the court. With their feedback, the initiatives can be changed to drastically improve access to the civil court; there is always room for improvement. With this in mind, in 2016 the Commission developed a 36-question survey for pro se litigants to gather information about their experience(s) with the trial courts and self-help centers in each of Florida’s 67 counties. The survey was made available via the Commission’s website, on the Florida Courts’ website, on the Florida Bar’s website, and is anticipated to be made available on the websites of the circuit clerk of courts. For more information on the Florida Commission on Access to Civil Justice, please visit www.flaccesstojustice.org.

47th Floor — Incredible Views

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253 NE 2 ST Apt. 4704: Gorgeous 2 bedroom, 2 bath condo on the 47th floor in the highly sought after Vizcayne Condominium. Unit has 2 balconies and offers breathtaking views of the city. The unit has tile throughout except in the bedroom which has carpet. Master bath has a jacuzzi tub and separate shower, and his and hers sinks with plenty of storage space. There is a flat screen TV in the living room that is included with the rental of this unit. Unit also has a storage space in the parking garage and washer and dryer inside the unit. This unit is priced extremely fair in comparison to other units on lower floors. Close to highways, of walking distance to Bayside and the AAA Arena. Call (305) 445-6921 today for complete details.

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My Ceviche Announces its 6th Outpost to Open in Midtown Roger Duarte, founder and president of the thriving stone crab delivery service George Stone Crab, along with business partner, two-time James Beard Semifinalist Chef Sam Gorenstein proudly announce that they will open a sixth outpost of their popular eatery, My Ceviche, in The Shops at Midtown at 3252 NE 1st Avenue, mid-late November 2016. Bigger and better than ever, the 1,500 square-foot, indoor/ outdoor eatery embodies the company’s Miami roots with an interior inspired by 1920s and 1930s Art Deco, awash in dusty pinks, vibrant green foliage and copper accents, with a stunning, graffiti mural created especially for them by celebrated local muralist El Chan Guri. The colorful painting depicts an oversized octopus, along with a handful of other sea creatures, in his signature dotted pattern style. The pop art-meets-urban locale incorporates cedar wood planks along walls, exposed brick, a neon sign donning the phrase, “There are plenty of

[Photo courtesy of Ali Jeffries]

A r t’s com munit y program, ICA Narratives, and we’ll be doing something very special to help them with their cause in and around Miami’s art-saturated neighborhoods.” Frequented by area chefs, foodies, seafood lovers and health nuts, My Ceviche is loved for its quick, affordable, healthy and über tasty mélange of ultra-fresh stone crabs, Caribbean-style tacos and burritos, salads, mouth-watering sides, ceviches, and their newest addition: poke bowls. Offering options through each category to ensure that everyone

and classic mustard. My Ceviche’s popular Ceviche Bowl ($9.95-$11.95) allows guests their choice of delectable ceviche atop a bed of cilantro quinoa, coconut-Jasmine rice or mixed greens. New on the menu is an extended list of Poke Bowls ($9.95-$12.95). After seeing the tuna poke Bowl become the company’s single best seller in just eight short months, Gorenstein and his team decided to add some different fish, base and sauces to the mix. Guests choose their protein – fresh, sushi grade Tuna, Salmon, Shrimp, octopus, or a combination to put atop cilantro quinoa, coconut-Jasmine rice or mixed greens, with toppings – ranging from mango, avocado, seaweed, crispy onions, toasted coconut; and delicious housemade sauces including creamy togarashi, ponzu shoyu and wasabi sesame. Bigger appetites can be

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satiated with one of Gorenstein’s Caribbean style burritos ($7.55-$11.95) which again offer a selection of proteins including free range Adobo chicken, blackened fish, charred octopus, grilled shrimp or Seared ahi tuna, or veggie, wrapped in a grilled f lour tor tilla with coconut jasmine rice, mixed greens or cilantro quinoa, with a choice of toppings including cilantro, pickled red onions, queso fresco, corn and Mexican crema; a choice of salsas and crispy corn chips accompanies the order. Tacos ($2.95-3.95 for one or $8.55-$11.95 for three) are served with a choice of wrappings including crisp lettuce, soft flour tortilla or soft corn tortilla, and can be filled with Adobo chicken, blackened fish, charred octopus or grilled shrimp. Diners chose their own toppings, or go for the classic garnish of pickled red

[Photo courtesy of Ali Jeffries]

fish in the sea”, an open kitchen with large menu boards hanging above the assembly line, and plenty of greenery designed by a local botanist. The medley creates a more intimate, warm and fun milieu, encouraging folks to sit back and stay a while. A large patio offers diners the option of outdoor eating, drinking and reveling. Designed as a healthy – and incredibly fresh – dining alternative, My Ceviche houses the freshest of seasonal produce, free range chicken and seafood that is less than 24-hours off the boat. “We are simply elated to be opening our sixth location in this bustling neighborhood,” says Gorenstein. “Roger and I love the Midtown area and are excited to be a part of the community. For the grand opening, we’ve joined forces with the Institute of Contemporary

gets exactly what they want, the menu leads with ceviches ($12.95 and $14.95.) Pulling flavor profiles from Latin America and the Caribbean, a list of four seafood options – shrimp, local fish, charred octopus or a combination –serve as the base for the different ceviche. Guests then choose from a list of fresh toppings – red onions, cilantro, jalapeños, tomatoes, avocado, sweet potato, corn, as well as their favorite sauce, including the spicy and tangy Aji Amarillo with Florida citrus, aji amarillo pepper, tomato and jalapeño; Tradicional -fresh squeezed citrus juices; or Rocoto – lime with a hint of ginger. During stone crab season (October 15-May 15) My Ceviche serves George Stone Crab claws, priced 30-40% below what one would find at other area restaurants, with a choice of Gorenstein’s sauces including lime roasted jalapeño mayo

[Photo courtesy of Ali Jeffries]

onions, queso fresco, radishes, cilantro and a choice of housemade salsas including pico de gallo, lime-roasted jalapeño mayo, charred tomatillo and salsa roja. Salads ($7.55) include Sea – greens, cucumber, tomatoes, red onions, carrots, radishes, corn and queso fresco; Sun – greens, avocado, tomatoes, red onions, radishes, and cilantro; or Surf – greens, grape tomatoes, jalapenos, mango, cucumber, cilantro, radishes, and coconut flakes. Proteins (additional $3.55-$5.95) including Adobo chicken, blackened fish, charred octopus, grilled shrimp or seared ahi tuna, can be added to any salad. Also a must try, are sides ($1.75 $3.95), such as spicy guacamole and chips, coconut-Jasmine rice with cilantro, sweet potatoes, and tostones. On the beverage front, My Ceviche-Midtown will be the first location to partner with a local brewery to house craft draft beers ($5.95), a perfect match for ceviche on a warm South Florida day, along with bottled beers ($4.95). Mexican Coke, Jarritos, Coconut Water, craft juices and more. My Ceviche, located on the south end of Buena Vista Avenue at The Shops at Midtown at 3252 NE 1st Avenue, suite 117, in Midtown, will be open seven days a week, from 11:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. All pick-up and delivery order accepted online. www.MyCeviche.com

[Photo courtesy of Ali Jeffries]


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Programa Medico Gratuito (Free Care Friday)

La organización sin fines de lucro “Community Health and Wellness Center” en Miami fundada y dirigida por Masiel Moreira anuncia la inauguración de un nuevo programa a beneficio de la comunidad este viernes 12 de Agosto en su centro localizado en la Pequeña Habana. Masiel Moreira, nacida en La Habana, es la definición perfecta del Sueño Americano, vino de Cuba jovencita dejando su familia atrás y con dedicación y arduo trabajo ha logrado una carrera exitosa dedicada al servicio de su comunidad. “Creo firmemente que todo ser humano tiene el derecho de tener mejor calidad de vida” afirma Masiel que asegura que siempre supo que su destino era ayudar al prójimo.  Free Care Friday es un programa que ha sido diseñado pensando en el bienestar de nuestra comunidad para ayudar a las familias y personas más necesitadas a tener acceso a un médico primario gratis. Además de esta manera pueden ofrecer seguridad y mejor calidad de vida a las familias o individuos de bajos ingresos del Sur de la Florida, sin tener en cuenta su edad, raza, preferencia sexual o estado migratorio.  Todos los viernes en ambos centros se llevará a cabo Free Care Friday  donde se proveerá cuidado médico primario gratuito a todos los pacientes que califiquen

[Photo courtesy of Maria Elena Guerreiro]

(calificación de acuerdo a la tabla móvil de tarifas del 2016) Los que no califiquen por dicha tabla pero necesiten ayuda recibirán la misma atención a muy bajo costo.  Ha comienzado una nueva fase en el desarrollo de “Community Health and Wellness Center” con el estreno de su nuevo programa  Free Care Friday . Se llevó a cabo el protocolar corte de la cinta por su fundadora y chariman Masiel Moreira junto al Alcalde de la ciudad de Miami Tomas Regalado ante prominente miembros de la comunidad y medios de comunicación.

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STEMLab Program Receives Support from Wells Fargo and Fish and Wildlife Foundation

The mobile orchid STEMLab outside one of the school visits at Glades Middle School. [Photos courtesy of Fairchild Director of Education Amy Padolf]

Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden STEMLab will be receiving a donation check from Wells Fargo and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation at Rockway Middle School. STEMLab is a mobile tissue culture lab that travels school to school to provide students quality science education through the Million Orchid Project conservation initiative. STEMLab is a partnership between Fairchild and Miami-Dade County Public Schools, who supplied a decommissioned school bus that has been constructed into a fully functional science lab by the University of Miami School of Architecture Design/Build students. The STEMLab is part of the Million Orchid Project, a Fairchild

Challenge environmental outreach program, which aims to grow and reintroduce one million native and endangered orchids back into South Florida’s urban spaces. Currently, more than 100 schools participate in the Million Orchid Project, and have orchid propagation shelves in their classrooms. Starting in September 2016, the STEMLab has travelled to a wide range of schools, providing more South Florida students with hands-on science education and the opportunity to participate in an important environmental restoration initiative. For more info, please call 305-667-1651 or visit www.fairchildgarden.org/education/stemlab.

Conde Contemporary 204 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables www.condecontemporary.com 239.961.0452

Donation award ceremony. [Photo courtesy of Maureen Tan]

Above: "La Viajera" by Luis Enrique Toledo del Rio Below : "Vaca Gorda" by NOA

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Cuban Female Artists are Showcased in the Lowe’s Exhibition,

“UNCONSCIOUS THOUGHTS ANIMATE THE WORLD” WORKS BY TEN OF CUBA’S FOREMOST FEMALE ARTISTS EXPLORE THE NATION’S COLLECTIVE IDENTITY, AND WILL BE ON VIEW THROUGH MAY 7, 2017 The Lowe Art Museum unveiled a collection of works by ten foremost Cuban female artists on November 3, 2016. Titled Unconscious Thoughts Animate the World: Selections from the Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection, the exhibition comprises thirty works that span the last five decades of Cuban history and communicate the island-nation’s cultural heritage, as well as notions of collective and individual identity. Since the founding in 1961 of Cuba’s National Art Schools (Escuelas Nacionales de Arte, now known as the Instituto Superior de Arte or ISA)—whose objective was to establish educational equality that profoundly affected women in the arts—female Cuban artists are routinely recognized for their work, both nationally and internationally. The Shelley and Donald Rubin Private

Collection of Cuban Art includes works by many of the country’s most prominent female artists and represents a wide range of media and genres. The ten artists whose work is included in Unconscious Thoughts Animate the World invite us to think critically about feminine identity and accepted power structures by addressing the cultural, psychological, sociological, and anthropological aspects of the female condition. While Antonia Eiriz and Sandra Ceballos represent the flaws and contradictions inherent in Cuba’s political system, Cirenaica Moreira and Aimée García engage with and challenge traditional female stereotypes. Similarly, Belkis Ayón and María Magdalena Campos-Pons address the complexities of race and gender through their explorations of Afro-Cuban religions. Rocío García, on the other hand, explores

society’s sexual norms, while Sandra Ramos bears witness to key moments in Cuban history. “These incredible works will bring the South Florida community and Art Basel enthusiasts an enriching experience that reflects a cornerstone of the Lowe’s vision: to inspire, dazzle, and provoke curiosity among its visitors,” comments Jill Deupi, Beaux Arts Director and Chief Curator of the Lowe. “I am excited to showcase these extraordinary works that highlight Cuba’s rich and complex cultural heritage as expressed by these outstanding artists.” The Lowe Art Museum (www.miami.edu/lowe) is located on the campus of the University of Miami at 1301 Stanford Drive, Coral Gables, Florida. For more information, call 305-284-3535 or visit lowemuseum.org.

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Shake-A-Leg Miami Fundraiser Celebrates Art of Sail Gala

Saturday October 29, 2016, Shake-A-Leg Miami celebrated its 25th anniversary with the Art of Sail Gala. The moving evening, welcomed more than 500 guests and raised more than $150,000. The funds raised from this evening will support the organization’s mission and commitment to all regardless of abilities or disabilities. Notables in attendance were Romero Britto, who was one of the artists showcased at the Art of Sail exhibit, Bernie Telsey, casting director and co-founder of the Manhattan Class Company theatre and Carlos Gimenez, Mayor of Miami-Dade County, who honored SALM with a proclamation making October 29 Shake-A-Leg 25th Anniversary Day. Other notables

Photos courtesy of Gabriella Gonzalez Cheryl Singer, Jens Werner and Lois Varat

include Co-chair of the Art of Sail Gala Ashley Cusack, the Buoniconti family, Pepe and Nancy Badia, Jon and Nancy Batchelor and The French Horn Collective. Artists Jens Werner, Robert Lupone and David McCauley used their artistic talents to benefit SALM that evening. Wer ner showcased exclusive garments at the event

from recycled sails adding a unique twist to fashion pieces such as coats, dresses and pants. The models, some disabled sailors and community notables, showed off the garments in the theatre runway show directed by Lupone that presented the Shake-A-Leg Miami stor y. T he evening also showcased original artwork of multiple artists that

Bernard Telsey and Harry Horgan

came together to benefit the cause including mixed media artist and founder of Rise Up Gallery, David McCauley. McCauley traveled from Miami to Maine on the Impossible Dream catamaran, where he invited two artists at each port to create artwork utilizing the repurposed canvas from the jib sail. The art pieces were auctioned the

evening of the gala. It was smooth sailing for Shake-A-Leg Miami’s Gala thanks to Think Red, Inc., an events and influencer marketing agency that worked as the event producer for the Gala and sponsors, Badia Spice and PortMiami. Here is a link to photos that we have hand selected from the evening.

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Orchestra Miami Celebrates Its Tenth Season THE SEASON BEGINS NOVEMBER 20TH WITH A GALA CONCERT AT THE SCOTTISH RITE TEMPLE

Orchestra Miami proudly celebrates ten years of presenting stellar concerts in South Florida with a Gala Season Opening Concert on Sunday, November 20th at the acoustically perfect auditorium of Miami’s Scottish Rite Temple. The concert will feature the superb strings of Orchestra Miami, led by Artistic Director Elaine Rinaldi, and two special guests- Argentinean-American violinist Tomás Cotik, and internationally renowned, Cuban-American soprano Eglise Gutiérrez. The program begins with Mozart’s Divertimento for Strings, K. 136 in D Major, followed by Piazzolla’s sensuous

and sexy take on Vivaldi’s Four Seasons, The Cuatro Estaciones Porteñas featuring the exhilarating Argentinean-American violinist Tomás Cotik as the soloist. Following intermission, internationally renowned Cuban-American soprano and Miami favorite Eglise Gutiérrez takes the stage to perform Rachmaninoff’s romantic Vocalise, and the concert concluded with one of Tchaikovsky’s great masterworks, the Serenade for Strings in C Major, Op. 48. The concert will be led by Orchestra Miami’s Artistic Director Elaine Rinaldi. “I am so proud that Orchestra Miami has become an important

contributor to Miami’s vibrant cultural scene” says Artistic Director Elaine Rinaldi. “I am grateful for the support of the many people who have helped us in so many ways, and also for the support of the incredible musicians, without whom, there would be no orchestra!” Orchestra Miami has built its reputation on the quality of its performances, on supporting local artists, the affordability of its ticket prices and its emphasis on building community and educating through music. In its ten year history, Orchestra Miami has introduced more than 23,000 elementary school students to classical music for

free, performed for literally thousands of people at the annual Beethoven on the Beach free concerts, instituted a free education program in Liberty City for underprivileged children to learn about the world through music and inaugurated Miami’s only series dedicated to introducing children to classical music, all while bringing the highest quality to the public at the lowest price possible. Tickets for the November 20th Season Opener are priced from $15- $50, with $5 tickets available for students. Gala tickets with all proceeds going to benefit Orchestra Miami start at $100 and are available

by calling (305) 274-2103. Tickets are available through Orchestra Miami’s website at www.OrchestraMiami.org or by calling (305) 274-2103. When: Sunday, November 20, 2016 at 4:00 PM Where: Miami Scottish Rite Temple, 471 N.W. 3rd Street, 33128 How Much: Tickets are $15, $20, $25, $30, $35, $40 & $50; $5 for students w/ID- Reserved Seating Tickets available at www.OrchestraMiami.org or by calling (305) 274-2103


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Young At Art Teen Recycled Fashion Set for Nov. 18, 2016 TEENS PROMOTE SUSTAINING THE ENVIRONMENT WITH ORIGINAL, RUNWAY FASHION DESIGNS

Young At Art Museum’s 11th-Annual Teen Recycled Fashion Show: Tech Restyled! will be held on Friday, November 18 at 7 p.m. at the Museum, 751 S.W. 121 Avenue in Davie. Proceeds from the event will support Young At Art’s Teen Volunteer Program and its Girls ‘N Power initiative serving at-risk teens attending Pace Center for Girls in Broward County. Hosted by Kelly Blanco from NBC 6, this year’s event will be highlighted by a NYC-style runway show, interactive art stations, a nail art bar provided by Kaizen Beauty Academy, an open bar provided by Ron Barcelo and entertainment provided by Dance South Florida. A silent auction featuring items from American Girl, Blue Martini, Southwest Airlines, Paragon Theater, the Miami Heat, Cirque du Soleil and many more will be available for bid. Designers for Tech Restyled! include girls from Young At Art Museum’s Teen Volunteer Program and its Girls ‘N Power initiative, a selfesteem building program conducted at the PACE Center Broward. The event challenges each participant to design an original garment, from concept to wearable art, made from recycled and repurposed materials. The teen designers also research the materials they use to better understand their environmental impact on society.

This year’s teen designers will draw inspiration from both the Museum’s featured exhibition, Hi-Tech/Lo-Tech, An Exploration of the Ever-changing Relationship between Art and Technology and Cirque du Soleil’s Steampunkinspired production, Kurios. Chaired by John D’Amico and Alyssa Seidle, this year’s sponsors include Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital, Craig Zinn Automotive, FPL SolarNow, Nelly & Brian Rice, Executive Printing & Mailing, Ron Barceló, Aventura Mall, BankUnited, John D’Amico & Alyssa Seidle, Paymaster, Jay Spechler & Mindy Shrago, Yelp Broward Palm Beach, Gold Coast Magazine, Live Nation, Kaizen Beauty Academy, Whole Foods Market, Toshiba Business Solutions and Bryan Pena Media Productions. Proceeds from the event will support Young At Art’s Teen Volunteer Program and its Girls ‘N Power initiative serving at-risk teens attending Pace Center for Girls in Broward County. Ticket prices are $35 to $40 and $25 for students. Sponsorships are available starting at $500. Purchase tickets via https://46655.blackbaudhosting.com/46655/11th-Annual-Recycled-Fashion-Show-Tech-Restyled. For tickets, sponsorships and more information, please contact Daniella Cabezas at 954-424-5064. For more information about Young At Art, visit YoungAtArtMuseum.org.

First Place in the the 2015 Recycled Fashion Show, modeled by Kiki Becker

Photo courtesy of Chris Feeley

- THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

Tickets: $15­ $50 $5­students

Elaine Rinaldi Artistic Director

10th Anniversary Season Opening Concert Sunday. November 20th - 4 PM at the coral gables art cinema

THE

WANDERERS

Scottish Rite Auditorium 471 NW 3rd Street, 33128

Mozart ­ Divertimento K. 136 Rachmaninoff ­ Vocalise

Piazzolla

­ Four Seasons of Buenos Aires

Tchaikovsky

­ Serenade for Strings, Op. 48

2K RESTORATION

NOVEMBER 22, 2016 • 7:00 PM Join Miami Herald lm critic Rene Rodríguez for a SkypeLECUONA Q&A as he discusses Philip Kaufman's ERNESTO | CHUCHO VALDES | GONZALO beloved RUBALCABA ANA BELÉN | RAIMUNDO AMADOR FERNANDEZ cult movie with the master| ESPERANZA director himself.

www.gablescinema.com • (786) 385-9689 • info@gablescinema.com

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Art of Transformation “Say It Loud” Series Re-Images Blackness in America The 5th Annual Art of Transformation Series (AOT), which includes an exhibition and related programming presented by the Opa-locka Community Development Corporation, is a celebration of Opa-locka’s revitalization through the arts. The “SAY IT LOUD!” exhibit opens on Thursday, November 10, 2016 at The ARC (675 Ali Baba Avenue, Opa-locka, FL 33054), 6:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. Opening Preview is free and open to the public, featuring a curator and artist-led tour of the exhibition at 7:30 p.m., live music, light bites from Opa-locka restaurants and open bar with RSVP at www.aot2016opening. eventbrite.com Curated by Tumelo Mosaka, the AOT series is themed “SAY IT LOUD!” and will feature work by prominent contemporary artists Michael Paul Britto, Myra Greene, Joshua R. McFadden, Mario Pfeifer and Roberto Visani, and films

by Bhawin Suchak & Ira McKinley and Stanley Nelson. “SAY IT LOUD!” is inspired by the James Brown song of the same name that addresses racial discrimination and calls for black empowerment. The call in this context is a rallying cry for all to mobilize against injustice and discrimination, as well as embrace black culture pride in the United States and African Diaspora. The artists explore a range of experiences that not only address the re-imagination and representation of blackness, but also examine the fear, trauma, and grief transpiring in black communities. Exhibition Dates/Hours: November 10, 2016 to January 22, 2017, Monday through Friday from 9 AM to 5 PM. Closed on holidays. Please email aileen@olcdc.org to arrange special visits (group tours, weekend or evening viewings). For more information, visit www. opalockaart.com

Mario Pfeifer. [Photo courtesy of Tariq McLean]

Splendor in the Garden Kickoff Party at Park Grove Showroom The Park Grove Show room in Coconut Grove recently held a Cocktail Party benefiting Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden. The event was hosted by Swanee DiMare, Barbara Hevia, and Lydia Touzet and attracted a crowd of generous South Florida philanthropists. Notable guests in attendance were Ana Milton, Bronwyn Miller, Daysi Johansson, Frances

Sevilla-Sacasa, Lesli Brown, Marile Lopez and Susan Abraham. Guests previewed while enjoying cocktails and hors d’oeuvres. The event was sponsored by Mercedes Benz Coral Gables and Cutler and the Park Grove Terra Group. The event served as a kickoff to Fairchild’s annual fashion fundraiser, Splendor in the Garden, sched-

uled for Wednesday, January 11th. One of the signature fashion events of the season, Splendor features a champagne reception, luncheon, fashion show presented by Neiman Marcus VP and Fashion Director Ken Downing and an awards ceremony. Tickets begin at $300. Please visit www.fairchildgarden.org/splendor to reserve seats. Photos courtesy of Maureen Tan 

2017 Fairchild Philanthropy Honorees and Chairs at Splendor in the Garden: Marile Lopez, Daysi Johansson, (Cochair) Lydia Touzet, (Co-chair) Barbara Hevia, (Honorary chair) Swanee DiMare, Ana Milton, Susan Abraham. Not pictured honorees: Silvia Fortun, Dr. Felicia Knaul, Marisa Toccin Lucas, Brittany Lopez Slater


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SOUTH FLORIDA BON VIVANT El pasado domingo 6 de Noviembre en el Teatro Manuel Artime, Miami el exitoso show de Marti Productions a teatro lleno. Parte del elenco en el saludo final y el respetable aplaudiendo a rabiar.

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Lighthouse of Broward Honored for Helping the Visually Impaired NOMINATED BY LOCAL OPTOMETRIST ROBIN SHORROCK, O.D., LIGHTHOUSE OF BROWARD WILL RECEIVE $1,000 FROM ABB OPTICAL GROUP

Foto cortesia de Asela Torres

Dine, drink and dance the night away to celebrate 30 years of service to children with disabilities and their families!

2016 Honorees

Excellence in Family Advocacy Award Dr. K. Randall Groh, DDS IMPACT Advocacy Award Shelly Baer Family Empowerment Award Miriam Tellez

Saturday, November 19, 2016 at 6:30 PM JW Marriott Miami 1109 Brickell Avenue • Miami, Florida 33131

To purchase tickets or make a donation contact Parent to Parent of Miami at 305-271-9797 or visit www.ptopmiami.org/journey-of-dreams

Ariana Pi nou Pro fe ssi onal Mic r ob ladi n g A r t i s t 215.896.3852 Miami, FL browbabesllc@gmail.com www.browbabesllc.com

A check for $1,000 is presented to Lighthouse of Broward [Photo courtesy of Kimberly Rodriguez]

ABB OPTICAL GROUP, one of the nation’s leading distributors of optical products, is pleased to announce that Lighthouse of Broward will receive a $1,000 grant through the company’s third annual ABB Cares program, which recognizes and celebrates outstanding non-profit organizations throughout the country. Nominated by local optometrist Robin Shorrock, O.D. of East Side Vision Center, Lighthouse of Broward strives to provide specialized rehabilitation and healthcare solutions that enhance independence and productivity of children and adults who are blind or visually impaired. The ABB Cares grant will fund professional staff who offer direct services to clients that enable them to be fully a part of their families, schools, work and communities. “I have been involved with the organization for 10 years and I have seen firsthand the difference they make,” said Dr. Shorrock, who has been on the Board of Directors for 10 years. “What may seem like an everyday activity is a major obstacle for someone visually impaired. Lighthouse of Broward helps patients overcome these difficulties and is truly a beacon of hope for those who need it most.” Since 1973, Lighthouse of Broward has grown from a small, local group of volunteers and professionals to an accredited, full service educational and rehabilitation agency. Every day the staff are dedicated to enhancing the independence and quality of life for children and adults who are blind or visually impaired.

“Direct services are provided through three distinct children’s programs and three adult programs,” said Dr. Shorrock. “The professional staff provide specific training for daily living activities such as household chores, safe travel skills, use of technology and job seeking skills. The goal is to provide them the tools to help them live a normal, productive life.” The ABB Cares program recognizes charities that have been nominated by eye care professionals across the country for exceptional programming and community impact. Other 2016 grant recipients are: Addi’s Faith Foundation in Kingwood, Texas; Project Wee Care in Omaha, Neb.; Bobcat Backpacks Program in Radford, Va.; All God’s People in Orland Park, Ill.; Community Foundation of Greater Dubuque in Dubuque, Iowa; and Los Alamitos Youth Center in Los Alamitos, Calif. “The staff and volunteers of Lighthouse of Broward are dedicated and passionate. They provide invaluable services and care to the local community,” said Brad Weinbrum, president of ABB OPTICAL GROUP. “We applaud the work that they do and we thank Dr. Shorrock for bringing them to our attention. ABB Cares is all about honoring those organizations, like Lighthouse of Broward, that have a positive impact on those who need it most.” For more information about Lighthouse of Broward, contact Elly du Pré at vision@lhob.org or call (954) 463-4217. For more information about the ABB Cares program, visit ABBOptical.com.

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SOUTH FLORIDA BON VIVANT Guests mixed and mingled, enjoying fine wine, hors d’oeuvres, fine art and good company at Commenoz Gallery’s cocktail reception for its latest exhibition “ALCHEMY — A TASTE OF THE ART WORLD”.

Patricia Baldocchi, Victoria Quijano, Joerg Von Helden

Jane and Dan Hollinger

Ana Maria Amador, Elke Zabinski, Daniel Fiorda, Laura Cobo, Juan Rochaix

Santiago Medina, Juan Rochaix

Kathy Lubbers

Bertha Garcia, Annelise Gresch, Naydu Commenoz, Michael and Gloria Khan

Naydu Commenoz, Elke Zabinski, Mya Rochaix

Artist Santiago Medina, next to his stainless steel Sculpture “Freedom”

Women’s Voices — Inspirational And Empowered Women Sharing Their Stories For over two decades, The Women’s Fund Miami-Dade Annual Women’s Voices Fundraising Breakfast has been recognized as an annual celebration of not-for-profit organizations that receive funding and support from The Women’s Fund. Grantee partners shared their stories of inspiration and empowerment with over 300 guests, including donors, corporate executives, community leaders, elected officials and friends. The 2016 Women’s Voices Fundraising Breakfast was held on Thursday, November 3, 2016 at the Treetop Ballroom at Jungle Island. Proceeds from this event are directed to support the mission and vision of The Women’s Fund and those that the organization serves. Visit www.womensfundmiami.org for more information. Women’s Voices photos by SnapHappy Photos LLC

Board Member, Event Co-Chair Leticia Carrazana; Past Board Member, Event CoChair Yvonne Bare

Don March, Board Chair Janet Kyle Altman, Mayor Carlos Gimenez

Esther Reynolds, Dr. Corey Narson, Shelia Duffy-Lehrman, Maribel Balbin, Commissioner Sally Heyman, North Bay Village Commissioner Andreana Jackson, Ruth Vernick

Past Board Member Nancy Pastroff, Board Member Johnette Hardiman

Board Member Joy McKenna, Board Member Brigette Lumpkins, Julie Mansfield

The Women’s Fund Miami-Dade Junior Board members, Junior Board Advisor Susana R. Cetta (far right)


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Brickell City Centre Has Arrived CITY OFFICIALS AND SWIRE EXECUTIVES CELEBRATE THE OPENING OF THE 500,000-SQUARE-FOOT RETAIL CENTER WITH RIBBON-CUTTING CEREMONY Br ickell Cit y Cent re off icially opened its doors Nov. 3 at 10 a.m. with a ribbon-cutting ceremony officiated by city officials, dignitaries, Swire Properties and Saks Fifth Avenue executives. After four years of aroundthe-clock construction by more than 16,000 workers and partners, Swire Proper ties together with W hitman Family Development and Simon Property Group bring America’s newest shopping, dining and entertainment mecca to life. Swire Properties executives included: Chief Executive Officer, Guy Bradley President, Stephen Owens Executive VP, Kieran Bowers

Brickell City Centre officially opened its doors Nov. 3.

Music added to the celebratory tone of the reception.

City officials included: Miami Dade County Mayor, Carlos Gimenez City of Miami Mayor, Tomas Regalado Miami Dade County Commissioner, Bruno Barreiro City of Miami Commissioner, Ken Russel Miami Dade County Deputy Mayor, Alina Hudak Saks Fifth Avenue President, Marc Metrick

Mayor Carlos Gimenez, Stephen Owens and Guy Bradley

Whitman Family Development President and Chief Executive Officer, Matthew Whitman Lazenby

Daniel de la Vega, Mayi de la Vega, Maile Aguila and Kieran Bowers

Simon Property Group Chief Executive Officer, David Simon “We could not have completed this project without the proactive effort and support of the county and city,” said Stephen Owens, President of Swire Properties, the morning of the opening ceremony. “This project is transformational in so many ways - not only will residents and visitors finally get a true city centre for living, dining, shopping and more, but you are going to see much more development in Brickell in large part because of Brickell City Centre.” D e s pit e t h e r a i n , t h e c e r e m o ny welc ome d a che e r f u l c rowd t h at filled the streets to witness this highly anticipated milestone for the city of Miami. The ribbon-cutting featured speeches from Swire executives as well as Mayor Carlos A. Gimenez and Marc Metrick of Saks Fifth Avenue to commemorate

Brickell City Centre lobby

the final piece of the Brickell City Centre puzzle, which encompasses 4.9 million square feet of live, shop, work, eat and play space for locals and tourists to enjoy. “This project also has its benefits: number one, directly or indirectly, it has been responsible for creating about 6,000 jobs in Miami-Dade County. That’s six thousand families who are now able to put food on the table,” said Carlos A. Gimenez,

Mayor Tomás Regalado [All photos courtesy of World Red Eye]

Mayor of Miami-Dade County, in regard to Brickell City Centre. “It has an economic impact of about a billion dollars a year […] and it will generate about $10 million in taxes for the city.” Brickell City Centre’s retail space features about 125 varied storefronts paired together with a curated musical set by Michaelangelo L’Acqua, Brickell City Centre’s music director, to prov ide a n energet ic f low

through musical philosophy. Guests also visited for the first time BCC’s anchor tenant, the first Saks Fifth Avenue to open in Miami in more than 30 years. The retail center will also present the country’s first CMX t heater, a subsid ia r y of Mex ico based Cinemex, the sixth largest cinema chain in the world. For more information on Brickell City Centre, please visit: www. brickellcitycentre.com


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CALENDAR OF EVENTS Thursday, Nov. 17

Saturday, Nov. 19

Florida Panthers vs. Philadelphia Flyers

Sunday, Nov. 27

Carrie Underwood: The Storyteller Tour

Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser

7:30 PM @ BB&T Center, 1 Panther Pkwy, Sunrise ticketmaster.com; $17-$215+

Long Day’s Journey Into Night

7 PM @ BB&T Center, 1 Panther Parkway, Sunrise ticketmaster.com; $45.25- $75.25

Movies on the Mile: Back to the Future 7 PM @ The Plaza at 150 Miracle Mile Grounds open at 6 PM; free

Frost Studio Jazz Band — Ellington and Strayhorn 8 PM @ UM Gusman Concert Hall, 1314 Miller Dr., Coral Gables https://web.ovationtix.com; 1.866.811.4111

Brazilian-French drama “Aquarius” 5:55 PM @ MDC’s Tower Theater, 1508 SW 8th St., Miami

Shine at KBCC Free Medicare advice 10 AM- 12 PM @ Key Biscayne Community Center’s Computer Lab For appointments, call Denise Agudelo at 305-670-6500, ext. 11211

Lunch with an Author Noon @ KB Community Center’s Island Room Free; (305) 365-8900

KBCC Thursday Movie Matinee 1:30 PM @ KBCC

Friday, Nov. 18 Coral Gables Rotary Roundup Hoedown & Silent Auction Benefiting Give Kids to the World and Coral Gables Rotary Scholarship Fund. Dress: Country Western Attire 7 PM- 11 PM @ Hotel Colonnade, 180 Aragon Ave., Coral Gables $50. For more information, contact Gloria Burns at 305-284-7379

Wine and Watercolors: A Social Evening of Sipping and Painting with Hillary Parker Enjoy wine and cheese while painting. All art supplies will be provided. 6:30 PM- 8:30 PM @ Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden. Member, $55; Nonmember, $70

Adult Trip: Festival Flea Market at Sample Bus departs at 9:30 a.m. from KB Community Center $5; 305-365-8953

Evening with the National Book Award Nominees 6 PM @ Chapman Conference Center (Building 3, 2nd floor, Room 3210, 300 NE 2nd Ave., Miami. $15; ev13.evenue.net

Tour the Tower

8 AM @ International Studies Prep Academy, 1570 Madruga Ave., Coral Gables; $5

Downtown Walking Tour 11:00 AM- 12:30 PM @ Coral Gables Museum, 285 Aragon Ave. $5 for Museum members, $10 for general public

Swedish and Persian comedy/ drama “A Man Called Ove” A hermitic retiree with rigid principles and a short temper, who spends day after day enforcing neighborhood association rules that only a crotchety old man like him could care about and visiting his wife’s grave, Ove (Rolf Lassgard) has given up on life. In comes a rambunctious young family next door who accidentally run over his mailbox, thus earning them a place in Ove’s line of fire. Yet from such an unpromising beginning, an unexpected friendship begins to grow between Ove and his new neighbors that allows us to see Ove as more than just an embittered old man with glimpses into his past; specifically, the then-budding relationship between Ove and his late wife. 4:40 PM @ MDC’s Tower Theater, 1508 SW 8th St., Miami

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ay D ’s n e r d l i h C Nov. 20

Chopin Salon Concert: Janus Olegjniczak Poland Internationally renowned pianist and juror of the 2015 International Chopin Piano Competition. 4 PM @ La Gorce Country Club, 5685 Alton Road, Miami Beach chopin.org

Miami Symphony Orchestra: MISO-CHIC 6 PM @ Arsht Center’s Knight Concert Hall, 1300 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 305.949.6722; tickets@arshtcenter.org. $35-$122

Spanish-German comedy-drama “The Olive Tree” (El Olivo) @ MDC’s Tower Theater, 1508 SW 8th St., Miami

Tuesday, Nov. 22

2 PM- 3 PM @MDC Museum of Art + Design, Freedom Tower, 600 Biscayne Blvd., Miami

Jazz in the Gables

Happy Hour

Microworkshops: Dramatagy

4 PM-7 PM @ Tap 42, 301 Giralda Ave., Coral Gables

6 PM- 7: 30 PM @ The Plaza at 150 Miracle Mile 6 PM- 8 PM @ Centro Cultural Espanol, 1490 Biscayne Blvd., Miami

Wednesday, Nov. 23

1 PM @ Gables Art Cinema, 260 Aragon Ave.

Monday, Nov. 28

Wellness Wednesdays in the Gables

Courtroom drama The Verdict

Free yoga, boot camp and Zumba 6 PM- 7 PM @ The Plaza, 150 Miracle Mile

Serpico

Thursday, Nov. 24

6:30 PM @ Gables Art Cinema, 260 Aragon Ave. 9 PM @ Gables Art Cinema, 260 Ave.

Tuesday, Nov. 29 CAMFEST — The Frost Contemporary Keyboard Ensemble and the Frost Contemporary Rock Ensemble 8 PM @ Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall. Free.

World Stage Series: King LearRoyal Shakespeare Company 1:15 PM @ MDC’s Tower Theater, 1508 SW 8th St.

Mongolian documentary The Eagle Huntress 1 PM, 2:50 PM, 5 PM and 7 PM @ MDC’s Tower Theater, 1508 SW 8th St.

Happy Hour $4.25 margaritas, 1/2 off well drinks 5 PM- 7 PM @ Talavera Cocina Mexicana, 2299 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables

Author Event- Sue Hitzmann The Melt Method A revolutionary approach to health and wellness, THE MELT METHOD targets the body’s connective tissue, where “stuck stress” from daily living manifests in chronic pain 8 PM @ Books & Books, 265 Aragon Ave., Coral Gables

Jazz in the Gables 6 PM- 7:30 PM @ The Plaza at 150 Miracle Mile

Christmas on Las Olas 5 PM- 10 PM @ Las Olas Boulevard

Friday, Nov. 25

Wednesday, Nov. 30

Viernes Culturales/Cultural Fridays Arts and music festival

Dirty Dancing — The Classic Story On Stage

7 PM- 11 PM @ Domino Plaza, at SW 15th Ave & 8th St.

Network Upon learning that he’s to be fired due to his station’s declining popularity, an iconic evening anchor’s sudden transformation into a ranting demagogue turns the station into a carnival of angry populism, and, of course, sky-high ratings. 9 PM @ Gables Art Cinema, 260 Aragon Ave.

Saturday, Nov. 26 Jazz Roots: Dave Koz Christmas Tour 2016 8 PM @ Arsht Center’s Knight Concert Hall, 1300 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 305.949.6722; tickets@arshtcenter.org. $45- $150

Spanish Book Club Join other native speakers in a book discussion of Spanish and Latin-American works of literature. 2 PM- 5 PM @ Coral Gables Branch Library, 3443 Segovia St.

8 PM @ Arsht Center’s Ziff Ballet Opera House, 1300 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 305.949.6722; tickets@arshtcenter.org. $29- $125

12 Angry Men 7 PM @ Gables Art Cinema, 260 Aragon Ave.

L.I.F.E. Your Way to Success with Dr. Formica- Free lecture: Discovering Your Life Purpose 7:30 PM-8:30 PM @ KB Community Center’s Adult Lounge

Thursday, Dec. 1 Kenny G 8 PM @ Parker Playhouse, Fort Lauderdale $67- $78

Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead 9 PM @ Gables Art Cinema, 260 Aragon Ave.

Thursday Movie Matinee 1:30 PM @ KBCC

Health Seminar Following seminar, a light lunch will be served. 11:30 AM- 12:00 AM @ KBCC’s Adult Lounge


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