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Vizcaya’s Marine Garden Reopens and Is ‘Coming Back to Life’ By: Kim Hutchinson Kim@INYBN.com

Vizcaya Marine Garden today [Courtesy of Miami-Dade County]

Miami-Dade County’s treasured Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, built by and for James Deering, is comprised of a magnificent Main House, extensive Museum Collections and a wondrous landscape of enchanting orchids and series of European-style gardens: a Secret Garden, playful Maze, Theatre Garden, Fountain Garden and Marine Garden - each with its own distinct features such as subtropical plants,

manicured hedges, elaborate fountains and commissioned sculptures. The Marine Garden on the southern tip of the estate was one of the first sites visitors would see as it was one of only four points of entry onto the estate from Biscayne Bay – yet this entry was off to the side, less used as a point of access and more of a beautiful secret. “When James Deering built Vizcaya back in early 1900’s, the original concept for the Marine Garden called for it to have two pools, one on either side of a bridge – one pool to

breed tropical fish, then on the other side of the bridge butting up against Biscayne Bay – would be another pool that would contain fish to eat,” explained David Hardy, historic landscape specialist at Vizcaya. “Deering’s design team tried different things to breed the fish in the pools on the property itself, but it never really worked because the water kept getting brackish and moldy as there was no flow.” So it was left as a beautiful pool lined with shells and painted on the Continued on page 9

THE CORAL GABLES ADULT ACTIVITY CENTER:

A Prized Resource for Locals By: Chris Carson Chris@INYBN.com

Gables residents over the age of 50 have long needed a facility of their own to utilize for numerous activities to keep them social and active. For years, 50+ community members have had to share accommodations with a youth center at 405 University Drive. During the summer months, summer camps would all but halt use of the center by adult members due to the increased programs geared toward youth during their time off from school. Until now. The City of Coral Gables has a brand new location for its Adult Activity Center located on the ground floor of 2 Andalusia Avenue, across from The Palace Coral Gables. The luxury senior living facility now has the ideal neighbor thanks to careful negotiations with the city. Parking for the building can be found in the garage above the center. Complimentary valet parking is even offered. “We got here because of a shared facility with limited room and shared spaces,” stated Public Affairs Manager, Maria

Rosa Higgins Fallon, from the Office of Communications. Due to the hard work of City leaders, Coral Gables now boasts a 9,700 sq. ft. Adult Activity Center, which is home to programs designed specifically for adults aged 50 or older. Classes have already begun to form after their soft opening during the first week of July. There are plans for a more elaborate and featured ceremony later in the year. “The City of Coral Gables is planning a grand opening ceremony scheduled for Friday, September 9th, at 10 a.m.

We are all very excited for it,” beamed Fallon. Though the grand opening is still a couple months away, the Adult Activity Center is already filling up fitness classes such as Pilates, yoga, boot camp, chair exercises, and Zumba that they are currently running. This fall, the Center will host a slow-pitch softball league for players 65 years old and up mid-October through mid-May. These physical education classes are just a portion of the programs that are offered. Continued on page 3

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Ibiza: Una Isla Llena de Historia Por: Saida Santana Saida@INYBN.com

A convivial atmosphere is felt as soon as you walk through the door of the new Adult Activity Center [Courtesy of the City of Coral Gables]

Las razones que nos llevan a elegir nuestros destinos pueden ser infinitas, pero en mi caso, el motivo de viajar a Ibiza era la más pura celebración del amor. Una amiga del alma había encontrado en la ínsula al amor de su vida y el mes de junio sería testigo de su casamiento. Un hecho tan

hermoso que inundaría mi mirada con la vibración del amor y dejaría en mi memoria una radiografía de paisajes vividos desde el corazón. Reconozco abiertamente que apenas conocía detalles de la historia de Ibiza. Únicamente me venían ecos de sus impresionantes calas, su vida nocturna, las fiestas veContinúa en la página 14


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SOUTH FLO R I DA B O N V I VA NT

THE CORAL GABLES ADULT ACTIVITY CENTER:

A Prized Resource for Locals

Yoga is one of many popular classes offered at the Adult Activity Center. [Courtesy of the City of Coral Gables]

Editor-in-Chief / Publisher Yara Zakharia, Esq. (Key Biscayne/ Coral Gables, 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) Karla Utting (Miami, FL) Mirjam Walker (Bern, Switzerland) Spanish Language Editor Salda Santana (Miami, FL / Madrid, Spain) Spanish Language Columnists Minín Arévalo (Cutler Bay, FL) Tatiana Fiandaca (Miami, FL) Saida Santana (Miami, FL/Madrid, Spain)

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“Language classes, social activities, and popular art shows featuring the members’ artwork will all be done at the new facility. It is for the seniors, by the seniors,” said Fallon. Some of the language classes that are ongoing include French, Italian, and Spanish. Many of the courses are selected by the Center’s current volunteers. In fact, much of the programming is based upon what the volunteers can bring to the Adult Activity Center to make it more diverse. Adult Activity Coordinator Letty Ellis is open to suggestions, ideas, or talents that want to be shared with the Center. “Letty does an amazing job. She can utilize volunteers in many ways. Know a language, try teaching it. We take anyone who wants to share their knowledge, whether it is painting, computers, or another activity,” pointed out Fallon. These activities are a great way to get out and socialize- another important function of the Adult Activity Center. Scrabble, Bridge, and Chess game nights are

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offered throughout the week to encourage people to partake in games in a congenial atmosphere and to unwind. “The Adult Activity Center is the perfect place to come and enjoy the company of like-minded people. It brings people together but also helps residents in their pursuit of an independent life,” Fallon confirmed. Many of the support groups offered, such as Hearing Loss, Multiple Sclerosis, Diabetes or the Alliance for Aging’s SHINE Program, connect people under one banner; they also instill the tools needed to live self-sufficiently. Residents and visitors alike can participate in all the Center has to offer…as long as they are old enough. There are some membership fees required, but those don’t lessen the buzz surrounding the new establishment. “The City of Coral Gables is very excited to offer this venue specifically designed for adults 50 and older. We will be giving free tours over the next few weeks, so come down and experience it for yourself,” reminded Fallon. To find out more information on the Adult Activity Center visit http://coralgables.com/aac. To become a volunteer, please call 305-460-5622 or email lellis@ coralgables.com. To view the Center’s newsletter, please visit www.gablesrecreation.com, or send your contact information to adultactivitycenter@coralgables.com to be added to the mailing list.

Chris Carson A West Virginia native, Chris Carson is a WVU alum. After working in the fitness 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.

Zumba classes will get you up and moving and are specially designed for adults over the age of 50. [Courtesy of City of Coral Gables]

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R H Y TH M OF THE N I G HT

— MIAMI BIG SOUND ORCHES TR A —

Class, Brass and Plenty of Latin Sass

Lourdes Valentin performing with the Miami Big Sound Orchestra at Open Stage Club in Coral Gables. [Courtesy of Philip Avello]

By: Maria Ruiz Maria@INYBN.com

Miami, some good friends, and all that jazz. That is exactly what you get with the Miami Big Sound Orchestra, a group of 17 musicians that have been playing the Miami music scene together for about 10 years. The MBSO blends Afro-Cuban sounds with contemporary big-band jazz, funk and soul. The band members are all professional musicians who have performed and toured with a plethora of award-winning artists such as Chayanne, Tito Nieves, Chaka Khan, Jon Secada and many more. “There are so many musical scenes in Miami. Just when you think you know them all, you discover a new one, and that is really the essence of our group. We all come from different musical backgrounds, but what keeps us together is our love for jazz music,” said Pete Francis, Music Director and trumpet player for the band. The MBSO attributes its love for music to legendary jazz musicians such as Mario Bauza and Ray Barreto, as well as Cuban jazz band Irakere. “If we had to pick our biggest influence, it would defi nitely be Mario Bauza. He dreamt of combining AfroCuban music with American Jazz and ultimately started what we know as ‘Latin Jazz’. He was the fi rst person to successfully capitalize on this genre and make it thrive,” remarked Francis.

The driving force behind the band is unquestionably its passion for music, in view of the fact that coordinating 17 musicians to meet for rehearsal is no easy feat. The band typically meets about twice a month at M ia m i-Da de’s Wolfson Campus in Downtown. With such a large ensemble, what truly makes rehearsal possible is having written music or arrangements ready prior to rehearsal, and this is where Rafael Valencia comes in. As Francis best puts it, “You need someone who u nderst ands chords, harmonies and what instruments can do. Everyone in the band can write music, but Rafael is a machine.” Having original arrangements has truly helped the band set themselves apart from others. The true preparation comes before rehearsal and having written music ready to go allows the band to group together, get the chart and start playing. The band has also been very

Miami Big Sound Orchestra at 2015 Noches Tropicales Opening Gala at Dade County Auditorium. [Courtesy of Philip Avello]

fortunate to have other musicians write original music for them, such as a personalized cover of “La Cuna”, one of American Grammy Award-winning Latin jazz musician, Ray Barreto’s biggest hits written by Jaui Schneider. The latter wrote a big band arrangement version for the MBSO, which regards this as a tremendous honor and feels as if it were playing a piece of history

Mark Small, tenor saxophone, at Open Stage Club. [Courtesy of Komjazz Photography]

every time. The MBSO also frequently collaborates with other vocalists such as Lourdes Valentin and Javier Merino, as well as musicians such as NY tenor saxophonist, Mark Small, who has toured with Michael Buble. You can fi nd the MBSO playing anywhere from jazz festivals, corporate events to their favorite venue, Le Chat Noir, Miami’s own version of the iconic Parisian establishment and owned by a descendant of the original owner. “We aren’t a pop group; so we are not concerned with making millions of dollars. When you have such a big group of people, from so many different backgrounds, connecting, it can send a powerful message. When we come together, we create a really special vibe, and I would love to get that feeling out there to as many people as possible,” said Francis. Miami Big Sound Orchestra

members are: trumpets —Seth Merlin, Pete Francis, Ray Chicalo, Patrick Converse; saxophones — Ismael Vergara, Julio Andrade, Tom McCormick, Luis Amat, Oscar Dudamel; trombones — Seth Innes, Tom Warfel, Jason Pyle, Ramces Marsilli; piano — Jim Gasior; bass —Rafael Valencia; drums —George Mazzeo; congas — Erick Castaneda. You can find more information on the MBSO at http://miamibigsoundorchestra.blogspot. com or Facebook: Miami Big Sound Orchestra. Maria Ruiz

Maria M. Ruiz is a Miami local with a Bachelor of Arts in English from Florida International Unive r s it y a n d a n Associate in A r t s deg ree i n Jou r nal ism a nd Mass Communication from MiamiDade College. Her interests i nclu d e w r it i ng, phot og r a phy, and volunteer work, which you can view on her company website, www.chibiloulou.com.


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B USI NE SS HU B

Tu Mejor Curva es Una Sonrisa Erika Ruiz es la primera hispana certificada como “profesional del humor” por la asociación del humor aplicado como terapia. Es poco imaginable una carrera más feliz que ésta, por eso, ella a diario va repartiendo alegría y enseñando a la gente cómo dejar el estrés a un lado y cómo “pelar los dientes.” — MINÍN ARÉVALO-PARODI

Nada mejor para la salud que una buena carcajada. [Fotos cortesia de Erica Ruíz]

Por: Minín Arévalo-Parodi Minin@INYBN.com

En esta necesidad por vivir a toda prisa, que hemos heredado de los tiempos modernos, es difícil darnos cuenta como la risa se ha ido quedando rezagada a uno de los rincones más pequeños de nuestro diario quehacer. Malo, malo. Es una rutina que no podemos dejar de lado, porque si echamos atrás la memoria o si observamos a nuestro alrededor, nos damos cuenta que al nacer, venimos con el chip correcto: llorar y reír. Lamentablemente, la sociedad, la educación, los modales, la vida en general, cambia esa instrucción y en el desespero por ser y tener, lo esencial se va dejando en el camino. Lo bueno es que esto no tiene necesariamente que ser así o es un patrón inamovible. No. Basta solo con un poco de buena intención y una pizca, por pequeña que sea de ganas, para que las cosas vuelvan a como eran en un principio. Y de eso, Erika Ruíz, mejor con-

ocida como “Erika Risas” es toda una experta. Esta mujer que estudió ingeniería y que unos meses antes de concluir su carrera decidió abandonarla, porque su vocación estaba a mil millas de distancia, eligió la risa como modo de vida. Pero no es comediante ni lo hace a través de chistes. Erika es terapista en el área. De hecho, es la primera hispana certificada como “profesional del humor” y su trabajo, sin duda alguna, ayuda a cambiar vidas. “Yo siempre quise ser payasa. Era lo que de verdad me gustaba, pero en las casas, los papás quieren que los hijos estudien medicina, contaduría o derecho. Sin embargo, en un punto de mi vida me puse un traje de colores y salí a divertir en un acto cultural. En ese momento, todo cambió para mi”, dice Erika quien tiene más de 20 años en Estados Unidos preparándose y estudiando para repartir risodinámicas a diestra y siniestra. Erika se toma la risa muy en serio No es un secreto que una buena carcajada hace que nos sintamos mejor, in-

cluso fingir una sonrisa mejora nuestro estado de ánimo, eso esta comprobado científicamente, y no reír tiene el efecto contrario. Erika, que ya sabía los efectos beneficiosos de la risa, se certificó, antes de recibirse como Profesional del Humor, como Master Yoga de la Risa en la India con el creador de la disciplina. La risa actúa a nivel fisiológico y psicológico, es por eso que reír nos ayuda a: combatir los efectos negativos del estrés, mitigar la depresión, incrementar las defensas del cuerpo, e incluso ser mas tolerantes. Es muy importante que no dejemos que la risa dependa únicamente del humor motivo por el cual es recomendable aprender a reír a voluntad, es decir, reír a manera ejercicio. El yoga de la risa es una técnica ideal para lograr reír sin motivo por que no necesita chistes ni humor para provocar la risa basandose en que el cuerpo no reconoce la diferencia entre la risa natural o simulada. Para aprovechar tales provechos y compartirlos con quienes lo necesitan, todas las semanas Erika presta sus servicios ad honoren en clases para personas de la tercera edad que necesitan “oxigenar su cerebro”. Lo hace con pacientes de Alzheimer, Parkinson –a través de fundaciones- y con la Federación de la Esclerosis Múltiple. “Mi idea es que los abuelitos se muevan sin darse cuenta, los pongo a hacer ejerciMinin Arevalo Parodi

Sus talleres para los abuelitos, logra no solo hacerlos reír, sino ejercitarlos físicamente. [Fotos cortesia de Erica Ruíz]

Minín Arévalo, periodista venezolana con más de 30 años de trayectoria en medios de su país. Máster en Comunicaciones Corporativas de la Universidad Católica Andrés Bello. Actualmente, maneja su propia agencia de PR con su nombre en Miami y es CEO del portal periodístico para hispanos en E s t a d o s Un i d o s www.lanota-latina. com

cios y ellos ni se dan cuenta, porque lo hacemos a través de la risa. Los efectos son maravillosos”. Además, el primero y tercer jueves de cada mes, hace unas clases gratuitas –solo con donación- en la ciudad de Doral. Esta terapista de la felicidad, dice que “si quieres hacer cambios positivos en tu vida, te invito a llenar el próximo

Erika Ruíz, Nada mejor para la salud que una buena carcajada. [Fotos cortesia de Erica Ruíz]

minuto con 60 segundos de alegría ya que a medida que añadimos más risa a nuestro día a día comenzaremos a sentirnos más saludables, más felices y más a gusto con nosotros mismos”.

Coordenadas para reír a carcajadas: Para conocer más el trabajo de Erika Ruíz y saber dónde y cuándo hace sus talleres gratuitos, lo mejor es visitar su sitio en internet www.erikarisas.com. También seguirla a través de sus redes sociales como @erikarisas.


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Young Patronesses of the Opera to Host “An Aria to America” Gala ORGANIZATION CELEBRATES 61 YEARS OF SUPPORTING OPERA IN SOUTH FLORIDA The Young Patronesses of the Opera, one of Miami’s oldest arts organizations, is celebrating its 61st year, and will host a dazzling night of dinner and dancing at its “An Aria to America” Gala at the Riviera Country Club in Coral Gables on Saturday November 5, 2016. Attendees will enjoy a cocktail hour that includes a silent auction and entertainment, followed by dinner and dancing to the sounds of the Drew T Band. Master of Ceremonies for this historic event will be one of Florida Grand Opera’s leading opera experts, Justin Moss. Marianne Kircher & Paula Barrera Scheer are serving as this year’s Gala Chairs. Founded in 1955, YPO is a volunteer group of dedicated women who advocate for music and opera education to children in South Florida. Proceeds raised at “An Aria to America” will fund music and opera educational programs. Every year, YPO

BE

An Aria to America YPO Chairladies [Photo courtesy of Patricia Scerpella]

YPO 2016 Chairs [Photo courtesy of Patricia Scerpella]

p r e s e n t s a wo r k s h o p f o r more than 500 Girl Scouts, and a professional development workshop on opera for Miami-Dade teachers. YPO

a national voice competition for aspiring young opera singers. For more information on how to attend, sponsor, or

also brings professional children’s opera performances to more than 30,000 elementary students annually. In addition, YPO also presents

u n d e r w r i t e t h e “A n A r i a to America” Gala contact President René Beal at president@ypo-miami.org or 305-951-2749.


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K E Y B I SC AY NE HE A R TB E AT

Jordi Prat Pons — Mixed media

Yale Epstein — Photograph mounted on aluminum

Joaquin Gonzalez — Mixed media

Alchemy — A Taste of the Art World OCTOBER 6TH AT COMMENOZ GALLERY “Alchemy — A Taste of the Art World” is  scheduled to open October 6th, at  Commenoz Gallery. A collective exhibition  with artists Bia Betancourt (Brazil), Yale Epstein (USA), Joaquin Gonzalez (Cuba), David Hayes (USA), Yukio Imamura (Japan), Santiago Medina (Colombia), Fabio Mesa (Colombia), Jordi Prat Pons (Spain) and Albert Popa (USA).  Sculptor Bia BETANCOURT works her sculptures with wire, exploring a  theme that we are very familiar with:  cyclists.  You can sense that those figures are going full speed, are on a course

and each one wants to be the first to reach the finish line. Santiago MEDINA executes super glossy stainless steel sculptures of a more abstract and  geometric nature showing us a distorted reflection  of  what they capture  around them. His monumental sculptures will be shown at Pinecrest Tropical Gardens starting in November 2016 Through March 2017   In his new series, Yale EPSTEIN employs his photographs of trees, manipulating the image by inserting other photos of previous paintings that he has done, fusing and

using them as the background for the trees, producing a final image that is full of color and energy Joaquin GONZALEZ continues to work in the series about the Peruvian Amazon, where he has traveled many times and where he immerses himself with nature and then offers us these paintings that show us a different world, filled with imaginary creatures and characters and with a color palette that makes us travel to that jungle. David HAYES (1931-2013) is best remembered for his monumental sculptures.  On exhibition

David Hayes — Painted steel

Bia Betancourt — “The Course” wire sculpture

Albert Popa — Oil and spray paint Fabio Mesa — Mixed media on canvas

at Commenoz Gallery are the maquettes: smaller pieces made with cut steel. His sculptures are in a number of important collections such as the Museum of Modern Art, The Guggenheim, The Detroit Institute of Art, and the Mussee des Arts Decoratifs in Paris, among others. The most recent exhibition of his work was held at the Lowe Museum of the University of Miami during the Summer 2016. Yukio IMAMURA is a Japanese born artist who lives and works between France and Japan since 1977.  Always using a very colorful palette, his canvases are surrealistic, showing us worlds in the borderline between comic strips and social commentary.   Fabio MESA paints large canvases that explore the migration of people, giving the paintings in this series very poetic titles  such as “Dreamers under a Cloud of Hope”, “Dreamers coming out of the Dark”, “Dreamers of our Time”  you can see many people walking, coming and going, breaking walls, jumping walls……. It makes you think about the world we live in today. Jordi PRAT PONS,  has been showing his work since 1991

at Commenoz Gallery. These large canvases of “Las Meninas”  6 ft x 6 ft (200 x 200 cms), a tribute to the Spanish artist Velazquez, show us his mastery with collage, very colorful, big and provocative, a new take on classic works that makes us look at the paintings from a very different point of view.  For Albert POPA it is  the first time showing at the Gallery.  A  graffiti writer  during the late 70’s when graffiti was in its early stages in NYC, he was known as Conan. As he explains “the paintings are a dialogue between two parties divided by time, space and mental disposition. It is a juxtaposition of old and new imagery, ideas and fashion. There is a theme in every painting which is suggested in the title “  such as in “Muse on The Run” the oil & spray paint artwork shown.   The public is invited to the Cocktail Reception on Thursday October 6th ,  6:00 - 9:00 pm  COMMENOZ  GALLERY 328 CRANDON BLVD. #218 KEY BISCAYNE, FLA. 33149 305-361-7052 MONDAY - FRIDAY  10:00 AM- 6:00 PM SATURDAYS 10:00 - 2:00 PM


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Batchelor Environmental Center Restoration Workday OCTOBER 22, 2016 • 10:00 AM TO 12:00 PM Batchelor Environmental Center 106 Northeast 147th St. North Miami, FL 33181 Help restore habitat surrounding our new Batchelor Environmental Center by removing invasive plant species. Join Frost Science’s Museum Volunteers for the Environment (MUVE) program and other volunteers as we remove invasive plants at the Batchelor Environmental Center located at FIU Biscayne Bay Campus, on the bank of the Oleta River. The invasive vegetation consists primarily of Burma reed, Australian pine, and Brazilian pepper. All tools and gloves will be provided. The new Batchelor Environmental Center, expected to open in 2017, will house several of Frost Science’s most crucial animal-focused operations, including our state-of-the-art raptor rehabilitation program;

animal husbandry for hundreds of creatures seen in our exhibits downtown; and our MUVE (Museum Volunteers for the Environment) program. Parking Instructions - From Biscayne Blvd., head east on NE 151st St. and follow the road around until you reach the FIU Biscayne Bay Campus entrance. Turn left into FIU BBC and stay to the north side of the campus buildings. Once you arrive at the provided address, you will be directed to available parking. If you have any issue finding the site, or have any questions, please feel free to call Chelle King (305-4589841).

Requirements: • Bug spray recommended • Sun screen recommended • Comfortable, cool clothing recommend • Sun protection such as sunglasses and hats recommended • No open-toed footwear

Volunteers Remove Invasive Species from BEC

WOMEN’S VOICES

WOMEN’S VOICES

Women’s Voices Fundraising Breakfast Thursday, November 3, 2016 Registration - 7:30 am Breakfast & Program - 8:00 am-9:30 am

Jungle Island - Treetop Ballroom 1111 Parrot Jungle Trail Miami, FL 33132

Tables of 10 - $350 Individual Tickets - $35 Please visit www.tinyurl.com/wvb2016 to purchase. RSVP is required. Buffet breakfast will be provided. Complimentary Self-Parking.

Sponsorships are available.

For more information, contact Debbie Korge Debbie@womensfundmiami.org or 305.441.0506. Sponsored by:


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SOUTH FL R ELI C S & R E S TO R ATI O N

Vizcaya’s Marine Garden Reopens and Is ‘Coming Back to Life’ Continued from page 1

southern end under the bridge. Eight columns, each crowned with peacocks by American sculptor Gaston Lachaise, adorned the eastern and western sides of the pool. “The peacocks were stunning,” remarked Hardy. Then, on the morning of August 24, 1992, everything changed. Hurricane Andrew blew into South Florida with a devastating force, ripping through Vizcaya and leaving in its wake total devastation to the Marine Garden. “This lush, beautiful, serene space with its spectacular columns and peacocks was bashed and battered”, said Hardy. “There was serious damage to the garden pool; the gardens were devastated and so were the large columns some falling into the pool- and the peacocks were damaged – one destroyed.” The gates to the Marine Garden were closed off and locked; jasmine was planted in the front and visitors could peer through the gates if they knew it was there. Following Andrew, the Marine Garden was on the list for repair. But the

Vizcaya Marine Garden today [Courtesy of Miami-Dade County]

Copperleaf on the other side. There are also variegated floral Crinum Lilies, then on the other side of the pool, we have maintained and enhanced the na-

Vizcaya Marine Garden, F E Geisler Photograph Collection, circa 1926 [Courtesy of Vizcaya Museum & Gardens]

day-to-day preservation and repairs to maintain a 100+ year old property took precedence, along with the cost of restoring the Marine Garden to its glory days, which was estimated to run in the millions of dollars. Thus, it remained on the back burner for the next two+ decades. This summer, 100-years following the completion of the Main House at Vizcaya in 1916, America’s Villa by the Bay in Miami opened its doors and gardens as the host site for the 700-800 attendees of the American Public Garden Association’s Annual Conference, and the very special Marine Garden reopened for the first time since that fateful August morning. “We couldn’t host the most prestigious gardening group in the country and not have all of our gardens open,” said Hardy. So, the Marine Garden was unlocked and cleaned up. Around the Marine Garden, visitors today see beautiful “native Silver Buttonwood and for contrast, there’s the

tive mangroves with large green leather ferns, and then golden leather ferns to keep with the coastal hammock habitat,” described Hardy. One of the other treasures at the Marine Garden, pointed out by Hardy, is a large historic date palm - one of the largest palms in Miami-Dade County that was probably planted by Paul Chalfin, who worked with James Deering as Artistic Director to build Vizcaya. As for the pool itself, “when we first re-opened the gates, it had about 3-1/2 feet of muck that had settled in it over the years,” noted Hardy. “All of that was pulled out and used to fertilized the surrounding plantings.” The pool and patio area have been cleaned and repairs made to the northern fence along the top of the pool. “When the house and gardens were originally built in the early 1900’s, it was all created to look like a ruin – like it had been here forever. Over the years, we have done our best to keep the Main House and gardens in line with the

original intention,” explained Hardy. “We wanted people to experience the Marine Garden again; so what we did to get it opened was more of a stabilization than a restoration,” said Alejandra Serna, Digital Communications Manager at Vizcaya. Eventually, when funding becomes available, the columns will be added again and the peacocks will be back - they have been kept safe in storage since the Hurricane. “People coming to Vizcaya and the beautiful Marine Garden today will experience it as it as ruin… that is coming back to life.” Vizcaya Museum & Gardens 3251 South Miami Avenue Miami, FL 33129 Telephone: 305-250-9133 www.vizcaya.org Vizcaya is open daily from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. except Tuesdays, Thanksgiving and Christmas Day. Admission: Adult — $18 Child 6-12 — $6 Children 5 and under, — FREE Seniors 62 and older with ID —$12 Students with ID — $10 Visitors using wheelchairs — $10 Veterans and active duty military personnel only with ID — Free Your ticket includes admission to the Main House and grounds.

Kim Hutchinson

Aftermath of Hurricane Andrew in August 1992 at Vizcaya Museum & Gardens [Courtesy of Bill Sumner]

A fourth generation Floridian, Kim Hutchinson is Founder/President of KTH Communication Solutions specializing in public relations, marketing and social media. She has an MBA from FIU’s Chapman School of Business and a Bachelor of Science from its School of Journalism and Mass Communications. Prior to opening her own firm, Kim worked for over two decades at the famed luxury 7,000 acre Casa de Campo resort in the Dominican Republic as the Director of Marketing and Public Relations.


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Knight Foundation names 68 finalists in Knight Arts Challenge Miami Sixty-eight ideas were recently named finalists in the Knight Arts Challenge Miami, a community-wide initiative funding the best ideas for the arts in South Florida. Emerging from nearly 1,000 submissions, the finalists propose a range of projects to help make art general in Miami, a place where high-quality arts and cultural experiences can be found throughout the many neighborhoods. They include creating the country’s only contemporary art gallery in a national park, blending art and technology to engage transit riders, embedding artists in city planning departments and launching a Native-American film festival. “The Miami of today is radically different from the Miami of 2008 when we first launched this challenge. Artists and cultural organizations have pushed this community to seek high levels of excellence, while continuing to experiment with new ideas. Our belief in this city, and our investment in its people, is born out every day in the performance halls, galler-

ies and streets of Miami, and again by the 68 f i nalist s in this year’s c h a l l e n g e ,” said Victoria Rogers, vice president for arts at Knight Foundation. A f ull list of finalists is below and at knightarts.org. Knight Foundation will announce the winning ideas, which will share $2.5 million, on Nov. 28, 2016. This is the ninth year of the K night Arts Challenge Carmen OTB. [Photo courtesy of Marika Lynch] Miami, which offe r s m at ch - grant recipient must find funds i ng funds for the best ideas to match Knight’s commitment. Since 2005, Knight Founfor the arts. Applicants must follow only three rules: 1) The dation has invested $122 milidea must be about the arts; 2) lion in the South Florida arts, the project must take place in supporting both large instituor benefit South Florida; 3) the tions, to help them better en-

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Art Exhibition Curated by Robert Chambers Planned for 3rd Annual Youngarts Awareness Day TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2016 6:00 PM Free Exhibition Opening Reception On View in the YoungArts Gallery Until November 21 The National YoungArts Foundation (YoungArts) will kick off its 2017 season on Tuesday, September 27, with the third annual YoungArts Awareness Day campaign, which promotes the arts as a viable and rewarding career path, celebrates the outstanding achievements of YoungArts alumni, and encourages emerging artists to apply to the organization’s 2017 program. This year’s festivities include MouthWater, a special exhibition curated by renowned sculptor and YoungArts master teacher Robert Chambers, featuring work by an extraordinary cross-section of visual arts, design and photography alumni. Participants include established artists such as Naomi Fisher (1994 Winner in Visual Arts) and Lee Heinemann (2011 Winner in Visual Arts and U.S. Presidential Scholar in the Arts), as well as recent YoungArts winners and emerging talent, including Sebastian Ruiz (2014 Winner in Visual Arts), Mikayla Brown (2015 Winner in Visual Arts) and Nadia Wolff (2016 Winner in Design, Visual Arts and a U.S. Presidential Scholar in the Arts), among others. Opening with a free, public reception on YoungArts Awareness Day and on view in the campus gallery through

November 21, 2016, the exhibition offers the public a unique opportunity to experience longstanding artistic practices alongside a new wave of creative expression, and highlights YoungArts’ role as a platform for dynamic dialogue between artists across generations. YoungArts Awareness Day underscores the impact the organization has had on artists ages 15 to 18 to achieve their goals and build a strong professional network. Taking place on the heels of National Arts in Education Week, the day serves as a platform for acclaimed YoungArts alumni to inspire young artists to apply to become a part of the next class of YoungArts Winners by October 14, 2016 at www.youngarts.org/apply. Other YoungArts Awareness Day celebrations include an interdisciplinary performance directed by Caleb Teicher (2011 Winner in Dance) at Millennium Stage at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. Five emerging artists, all YoungArts alumni, will present A Very Brief History of the United States—a whirlwind experience of our nation’s watershed moments, from the Revolutionary War, to the birth of jazz, to the Civil Rights Movement and modern politics. Togeth-

Kayla Briët in Transformational Film, part of Youngarts Awareness Day exhibition. [Photo courtesy of Heike Dempster]

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Lowe Art Museum Features Donald Sultan, The Disaster Paintings Sultan will give a lecture on his broader work during the Lowe’s annual Art Basel Miami Bubbles & Brunch event on December 4 The Lowe Art Museum unveils a powerful and timely exhibition that highlights impermanence and the fragility of life through The Disaster Paintings, on view from September 29 through December 23, 2016. A critically important series in the oeuvre of American painter, sculptor, and printmaker Donald Sultan, The Disaster Paintings were created between 1983 and 1990. Painted on a monumental scale (the majority of the pieces in this series measure 8’ x 8’), these ten signature works feature imposing, man-made structures whose industrial qualities are reinforced by their media and supports: latex and tar on linoleum tiles. The resulting images evoke a sense of robustness and strength, which is undercut by the catastrophes they depict. Sultan’s commanding images of fire, accidents, and other

disasters—both natural and man-made—dare viewers to forget that calamities and adversity are woven into the very fabric of our existence and that permanence is just an illusion. Donald Sultan: The Disaster Paintings opens with a reception at the Lowe on September 29 from 7:00 to 9:00 pm; Sultan will give an Artist’s Talk at 7:30 pm. 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. General Admission (not including programs) is $12.50, $8 for senior citizens and non-UM students, and free for Lowe members, UM students, faculty and staff, and children under 12. Admission is free on Donation Day, the first Tuesday of every month. For more information, call 305-284-3535 or visit lowemuseum.org.

Donald Sultan — “Titus Kaphar” [Image courtesy of Susanne Haas]

Donald Sultan — “Polish Landscape II” [Image courtesy of Susanne Haas]

Donald Sultan — “Unconscious Thoughts Animate” [Image courtesy of Susanne Haas]


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Ibiza: Una Isla Llena de Historia Continúa de la página 1

raniegas de famosos y la reminiscencia hippie que dejó el movimiento en los años 60. Pero a medida que iba adentrándome en ella se iban revelando misteriosamente sus otras caras. Esta joya del Mediterráneo que forma parte de la Comunidad Autónoma de las Islas Baleares, junto a Formentera, conforma las islas Pitiusas, “isla

Dalt Vila [Crédito Vicente Sanz de León]

de pinos” para los griegos. Desde su fundación por los fenicios en el año 654 a.C., distintas civilizaciones la han habitado. Su capital, de igual nombre, conserva las huellas de antepasados fenicios, cartagineses, romanos y musulmanes hasta la conquista catalana en el siglo XIII. En 1999 la UNESCO inscribió la categoría “Ibiza, Biodiversidad y Cultura” dentro del conjunto de Patrimonio de la Humanidad, distinguiendo la excelente interacción entre los ecosistemas marinos y costeros; y el legado histórico de los periodos fenicio-cartaginés y renacentista. Ibiza suponía un lugar estratégico en las rutas de navegación mediterráneas y en consecuencia distintas culturas lucharon por poseerla dejando su impronta, muestra de ello es el asentamiento fenicio de Sa Caleta, la necrópolis de Puig des Molins, o el recinto amurallado de Dalt Vila. Primer día en la isla y la visita a la capital inauguraría el viaje. Acudí

al puerto y recorrí el paseo plagado de terrazas. Me dejé llevar por sus callejuelas que inequívocas me llevaron por el Barrio de la Marina hasta la puerta principal de las cinco entradas que posee la muralla (portal de Ses Taules) de Dalt Vila (parte alta del núcleo histórico de la ciudad). Ahí estaban la diosa Juno y el guerrero Cayo Julio Tirón (réplicas de dos piezas originales de mármol que se conservan en el Museo Arqueológico) dándome la bienvenida. Escuché una hermosa melodía de flauta, me adentré en la ciudad fortificada casi hipnotizada y caminé por la Plaza de Armas (“el Rastrillo”), donde se situó el primer mercadillo hippie de la isla. La construcción de esta muralla renacentista formó parte del plan de modernización de las defensas costeras del Mediterráneo, impulsado por Carlos I y Felipe II para mantener y defender los territorios de la Corona española en una etapa de conflictos bélicos con Francia y el imperio otomano. Aunque la ciudad contaba con murallas desde la antigüedad el nuevo proyecto rodeaba y amplificaba la fortificación medieval. El diseño de la muralla, formado por siete baluartes situados a distintas al-

Dalt Vila [Crédito Vicente Sanz de León]

turas y unidos por lienzos de murallas, me dio la pista del mejor recorrido: caminar de baluarte en baluarte para apreciar la ciudad en todas sus caras. Atrás quedaban el Castillo, la Catedral de la Virgen de las Nieves (siglo XIII), la Iglesia de Santo Domingo (siglo XVI), o el AyuntamienSaida Santana

Cala en costa de Pou des Lleó (Sant Carles, Ibiza) [Crédito Vicente Sanz de León]

Saida Santana es doctora por la URJC, máster en Artes Escénicas , life y executive coach, licenciada en Periodismo.  Combina el periodismo televisivo, con publicaciones en distintas revistas, escritura de guiones, la conducción de programas y su trabajo de actriz.

Portal de Ses Taules de la muralla renacentista [Crédito Vicente Sanz de León]

to. Mis pasos recorrieron un laberinto de calles de casas encaladas hasta detenerme en una terraza y dedicarme a mi deporte favorito: observar en silencio a ciudadanos del mundo que se dirigían a alguna de las tantas tiendas

de artesanos, galerías de arte, o restaurantes. En mi primer día en la isla había comprobado de primera mano el merecimiento de la distinción de la UNESCO a Ibiza en lo que se refiere a su legado histórico. Quedaba aún por descubrir la otra cara de Ibiza, su mar impresionantemente turquesa…..

Atardecer Café del Mar en San Antonio [Crédito Vicente Sanz de León]


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Dade Heritage Trust Offers Tour of Endangered Historic Sites in Miami-Dade On Saturday, October 8, Dade Heritage Trust, in partnership with History Miami, will offer a bus tour of Miami-Dade County’s 11 most endangered and historically significant sites. The tour, led by Dr. Paul George, will include lunch at Dade Heritage Trust headquarters. Tour stops showcase a variety of areas, architectural styles, eras and uses and include: Bay Harbor Islands Apartments, DuPuis Medical Building, Lummus Park Cottage, Coconut Grove Playhouse, Dorsey Memorial Library, Dorsey House, Miami Marine Stadium, Miami Woman’s Club and the neighborhoods of Shenandoah and Little Havana. “The 11 most endangered sites are so designated due to their cultural and historical significance and their contributions to Miami’s sense of place. These remarkable spaces deserve not only recognition but also protection, inspired plans and restoration so they are not lost in the ever-evolving story of Miami,” said Dade Heritage Trust Executive Director Christine Rupp. “These venues are threatened

due to neglect, potential demolition, lack of planning, code enforcement issues, political snafus and sometimes a combination of these factors,” said Rupp. “Learning about the history, current condition and future plans for these venues is essential if we are to preserve them for future generations.” For tickets, call Dade Heritage Trust at 305-358-9572 or go to http://bit.ly/2bYHjcT. As Dade Heritage Trust continues to advocate for the preservation of Miami’s history, it has also launched a campaign for a permanent home. On November 8, voters in the City of Miami will be asked to approve a charter amendment, item number 238 on the ballot, approving a long-term lease for the non-profit organization. “For 40 years Dade Heritage Trust has operated out of the historic office built in 1905 by Dr. James Jackson, namesake of Jackson Memorial Hospital. Today, DHT needs the security of a long-term lease to qualify for grant funding, for the upkeep of the historic building,” explained Rupp.

Photo of the Dade Heritage Trust headquarters, which is the historic office built in 1905 by Dr. James Jackson, namesake of Jackson Memorial Hospital.

ENJOY WORLD-CLASS ENTERTAINMENT IN A BEAUTIFUL WATERFRONT SETTING 2016 - 2017 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS

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Luxe Gourmet Buffet Opens at The Casino @ Dania Beach The Casino @ Dania Beach, the newest casino to hit the South Florida gaming scene, has opened Luxe, a new gourmet buffet restaurant. The eatery, located on the second floor of the casino, will showcase a mouthwatering spread of standard and eclectic buffet offerings. The wellappointed weekend-only restaurant will operate on Fridays and Saturdays from 6 p.m. – 11 p.m. and on Sundays for brunch from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. “The Casino @ Dania Beach is thrilled to open Luxe, a gourmet food experience, that is sure to become a South Florida culinary gem. Luxe will offer fresh, delectable dining in a comfortably chic setting,” said Scott Savin, Chief Executive Officer of The Casino @ Dania Beach. “Diners will get the opportunity to feast on world-class fare and enjoy top notch entertainment all under one roof.” The cost of the buffet on Fridays and Saturdays will be $25 per person, plus tax. Sunday brunch will cost $21 per person, plus tax. Bottomless mimosas will be available on Sunday for an additional $15. Kids (nine and under) eat for free. The restaurant will offer an extensive selection of delicious food stations, as

well as an assortment of freshly madeto-order options showcasing Italian-inspired fare, Asian-inspired cuisine and Mexican-theme options. The regularly changing menu will also include unique bonuses such as a raw bar, ceviche station and an artisanal charcuterie board. The succulent Sunday-only brunch menu will also feature a wide assortment of hot and cold breakfast stations, including an oatmeal station, breakfast carving station, griddle station and salad selections among others. Finishing a meal at this restaurant will be a special treat as diners will get the opportunity to savor the extensive dessert menu inspired by acclaimed veteran pastry chef, Hedy Goldsmith. The Casino @ Dania Beach, located at 301 E. Dania Beach Boulevard, is open 9 a.m. – 3 a.m. Sunday through Thursday, and 9 a.m. – 4 a.m. Friday and Saturday. General inquiries can be directed to 844.7.WIN.BIG. Please note that the restaurant does not take advance reservations and seats guests on a first come, first served basis. For more information, visit www. casinodaniabeach.com.


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“Journey to Mutum” at MTC Will Feature Dance and Sacred Music of Indigenous Brazilian People From deep in the Amazon forest of Acre, Brazil, eight members of the Yawanawá Tribe take a journey from their home to share their sacred songs, ancestral dance, language, and spiritual heritage. Be among the first to experience this intimate, once-in-a-lifetime encounter with a culture that lives in true harmony with nature. The members of the Yawanawá Tribe who are participating in “Journey to Mutum” have trained with an elder named Pajé (shaman) Tata who is approximately 98 years old – and only one of two remaining elders of the tribe. Knowledge is passed down from one generation to the next through the spiritual initiation known as the “Muka Dieta”. This involves a year-long spiritual diet and several months of isolation in the forest where they train with their tribal elder – dedicating themselves to studying the spiritual and ceremonial traditions of the tribe. In addition to the seventy-five minute “Journey to Mutum” experience at MTC, the Yawanawá will host a “Family Day” of tribal games, body-painting, story-telling, jewelry-making, and dancing on the luscious grounds of The Kampong in Coconut Grove. Ad-

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Journey to Mutum. [Photos courtesy of Zack Embree]

ditionally, a fundraising “Dinner for Mutum” will also be held at The Kampong. MTC has been able to embark on a wonderful journey of Indigenous initiatives thanks to the support of the National Endowment for the Arts. “We are very grateful for the collaboration of all of our partners and for the NEA’s support in helping us build relationships with Indigenous people from this

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continent and others,” says Stephanie Ansin, MTC’s founder and artistic director. Officially launching its five-city North American tour, Journey to Mutum: a Cultural Encounter with the Yawanawá of the Brazilian Amazon premieres on the main stage at Miami Theater Center, September 29th, 2016. Show times are Thursday, September 29th at 10 am; Friday, September 30th

at 10am; and Saturday, October 1st at 8pm. Appropriate for all ages. Tickets: $30 General Admission; $25 for Seniors, Students w/ valid I.D. & Children under 12. Proceeds will benefit the establishment of the Traditional School of Mutum (TSM) in the Mutum Village of Acre, Brazil for Yawanawá children ages 7-14. Journey to Mutum: a Cultural Encounter with the Yawanawá of the Brazilian Amazon September 29 – October 1, 2016 Miami Theater Center - MainStage 9806 NE 2nd Avenue Miami Shores, FL 33138 For tickets or & information call: 305-751-9550, mtcmiami.org


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Bailey Hall Presents Broward College Chamber Players Concert program on Saturday, October 1 features works by Mendelssohn, Poulenc and Shostakovich Bailey Hall continues its Chamber Music Series with the Broward College Chamber Players featuring violinist Mei Mei Luo, cellist Ashley Garritson and pianists Dr. Jure Rozman and Dr. Catherine Lan on Saturday, October 1 at 7:30 p.m. The program features Mendelssohn’s “Piano Trio No. 2 in C Minor, op. 66,” Poulenc’s “Sonata for Piano Four-hands,” and Shostakovich’s “Piano Trio No. 2 in E Minor, op. 67.” “Broward College is extremely fortunate to have these four internally-recognized musicians on its faculty and their collaboration as the Broward College Chamber Players offers the entire community the opportunity to enjoy a program of chamber music performed at the highest level,” said Dr. Dan Barnard, associate dean of cultural affairs and director of Bailey Hall. Luo has recorded chamber and orchestral music on the Klavier and Harmonia Mundi labels. Born and raised in China, she began studying piano at the age of five and violin at eight. After relocating to the

United States, she performed with the Philadelphia Concerto Soloists and as an alternate violinist for the Philadelphia Orchestra under the baton of famed conductor Ricardo Muti. Once in South Florida, Luo played within the first violin section of the Florida Philharmonic Orchestra and was its assistant concertmaster. She currently holds positions with FAU Chamber Soloists, Palm Beach Chamber Music Festival, Miami Chamber Symphony and Florida Grand Opera. A distinguished international soloist, chamber and orchestral musician, Garritson has collaborated with the Chicago Symphony, Boston Symphony, Del Sol Quartet, members of the Juilliard String Quartet, ICE (International Contemporary Ensemble) of Chicago, and Vols Quartet. Having served as principal cellist of the Chicago Civic Orchestra, she is currently principal cello of the Miami Symphony and performs worldwide as a founding member of both the Agam String Quartet and Sapphire Piano Trio. Curator of the Bailey Hall

Chamber Music Series, Rozman has performed as a soloist with several orchestras in Europe and the U.S. and has frequently presented solo and chamber music recitals here and abroad in Slovenia, Austria, Italy, Croatia and the Czech Republic. Recognized as a child prodigy, Lan made her first international debut at the age of eight, performing in Japan following her win at the Junior Original Composition International Competition and has since won numerous other competitions including the Duane Wilder Award for Excellence in Harpsichord Playing, the Shean Piano Competition in Edmonton, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation National Debut and the Yamaha prize from the nationwide Concours de Musique du Canada. The Bailey Hall Chamber Series continues with the Delray String Quartet (October 8), Piazzolla: A Tango Nuevo with Tomas Cotik and Tao Lin (November 12), Cabaret in Paris (March 2), A Musical Journey (March 19) and Four-Hand Piano Works with

Ashley Garritson, cellist. [Photo courtesy of Savannah Whaley]

Gustavo Romero and Massimo Somenzi. Tickets are available for $815 and can be purchased by visiting www.baileyhall.org or contacting the Bailey Hall box office at (954) 201-6884. The box office and phone lines are open Tuesday through Friday

from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.; and two hours prior to an event. The flagship venue of Broward College, Bailey Hall is located on the A. Hugh Adams Central Campus at 3501 Davie Rd. in Davie and offers free parking.


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SOUTH FLO R I DA B O N V IVA NT

OUT ON THE TOWN

AR T SL AUNCH 2016 ARTSLAUNCH2016 kicked off the Arsht Center’s box office opening and the start of the South Florida arts season with a day full of fun and free activities for the community. On Saturday, Sept. 10, more than 3,000 guests participated in more than 37 activities, including Comic Book and Cosplay Mania, Annie dance workshops for kids and sneak previews of Broadway’s The Illusionists with comedy magician Jeff Hobson, a.k.a. “The Trickster.” On that day, the public also got an opportunity to be the first to purchase tickets to more than 50 shows for the Arsht Center’s 11th season.

Kids learned the dance moves to Broadway’s Annie It’s a Hard-Knock life during ArtsLaunch2016. [Photo by Justin Namon, ra-haus]

Spiderman strikes a pose during the Comic Book and Cosplay Mania event at ArtsLaunch2016. [Photo by WorldRedeye.com]

Silent Disco hosted by Green Room Society. [Photo by WorldRedeye.com]

OUT ON THE TOWN

COMMONWEALTH INSTITUTE MIXER The Commonwealth Institute held their Annual Member Mixer on Tuesday, September 13th at the Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. Entertainment Studios on FIU’s Biscayne Bay Campus in North Miami. Events such as the Annual Member Mixer give these women a chance to get better acquainted with each other and re-connect with other TCI members. TCI’s vision is to unleash the potential of women leaders to drive successful businesses and inspire those around them.

Laren Lithgow, Liz Alicea-Velez (TCI Vice Chair), Flora Perez. [Photo courtesy of Daniela Aguilera]

Marisol Puga, Rina Grossman-Kerbel, Ronit CohenBentolila. [Photo courtesy of Daniela Aguilera]

TCI’s Co-Chairs for 2016-17-Amparo Bared & Lisa Kauffman. [Photo courtesy of Daniela Aguilera]

Rochelle Broder-Singer, Lisa McGill, Laura Lavie. [Photo courtesy of Daniela Aguilera]


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OUT ON THE TOWN

SAWGR A SS MILL S On Tuesday, Sawgrass Mills unveiled South Florida’s most desirable parking experience, The Haute Spot, located in the new 1,700-space parking garage outside The Colonnade Outlets. Imagined by local artist, Jonathan Stein, the space’s impressive mural features 100,000 genuine Swarovski crystals and pays special tribute to the City of Sunrise. Adrienne Bosh, wife of Miami Heat superstar Chris Bosh, made a grand entrance as she pulled into the garage in style following the official ribbon cutting ceremony and in time for the champagne toast before checking out her Sparkle and Shine, Darling pop-up boutique store in Bloomingdale’s The Outlet. Additional VIPS in attendance included City of Sunrise Mayor Michael J. Ryan, Gregg Goodman, President of The Mills division of Simon Property Group, and Sawgrass Mills General Manager David Gott.

Parking Garage [Photo by WorldRedeye.com]

Adrienne Bosh [Photo by WorldRedeye.com]

Gregg Goodman, Mayor Michael J. Ryan, David Gott, Jonathan Stein, Donald K. Rosen, Larry Sofield, and Richard Salamon. [Photo by WorldRedeye.com]


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ALI VE A N D K I CK I N G

CycleBar® Davie to Hold CycleStar® Instructor Auditions Oct. 5 & 6 CYCLEBAR IS THE FIRST PREMIUM AND ONLY INDOOR CYCLING FRANCHISE IN AMERICA CycleBar Davie is slated to open November 14, 2016.

Who/What: CycleBar® Davie, a new concept in premium indoor cycling that offers a high-energy workout in a concert-like atmosphere, is auditioning for CycleStar® Instructors. CycleStar Instructors are fully certified by proprietary CycleBar training to lead guests through a dynamic 50-minute, high-energy ride. They’re part DJ, drill sergeant, motivator and friend. They build a community of riders and help them improve their performance to reach their goals one ride at a time. Those auditioning should plan to arrive 10–15 minutes early to say hello, prep and watch other CycleStar auditions. They should bring two songs (on their phone or iPad) to plug in to CycleBar’s system. Each song should have a different BPM/rpms, so they can do different things with each one.

When: Wednesday, Oct. 5, 12–8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 6, 6 a.m.–1 p.m.

Where: Marriott Courtyard Plantation 7780 SW 6th Street, Plantation, FL 33324

How: To sign up for an audition, visit http://davie.cyclebar.com and click on the ‘Instructors’ tab.

CO R AL GA B LE S HE A R TB E AT

Children’s Fire Safety Festival Oct. 17-21 at War Memorial Youth Center in Coral Gables

[Photos courtesy of David Perez]

This year, the City of Coral Gables Fire Department has the honor of hosting the 29th Annual Children’s Fire Safety Festival on October 17-21, 2016, during National Fire Prevention Month. The week-long Festival will take place at the War Memorial Coral Gables Youth Center, daily, from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The theme for this year’s Fire Prevention Week is “Don’t Wait: Check the

Date! Replace Smoke Alarms Every 10 Years.” Students, grades 1st through 3rd, who participate in the Children’s Fire Safety Festival, will have an opportunity to “LEARN NOT TO BURN” through five interactive learning stations. The stations are sponsored by Coral Gables Fire Department, Hialeah Fire Department, Homestead Air Reserve Base Fire Department,

Key Biscayne Fire Rescue, Miami Fire Rescue, Miami Beach Fire Rescue, Miami-Dade Fire Rescue, and the UM/JM Burn Center. Each learning station will teach them life saving techniques and prevention strategies. Activities and topics will include: Stop, Drop & Roll, fire prevention within the home, crawl low under smoke simulation trailer, kitchen and home fire safety, electrical

safety and home fire drills and escape, and the 911-simulation station.

Miami-Dade Fire Rescue University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Burn Center

Hosted by:

29th Annual Children’s Fire Safety Festival

Coral Gables Fire Department Hialeah Fire Department Homestead Air Reserve Base Fire Department Key Biscayne Fire Rescue Miami Fire Rescue Miami Beach Fire Rescue

October 17-21, 2016 War Memorial Youth Center 405 University Drive Coral Gables, FL 33134


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Metered Parking Spaces Turned Into “Parks” for a Day The Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce and City of Coral Gables did their part to celebrate National Park(ing) Day on Friday, Sept. 16, 2016 with multiple pop-up parks located around the city. National Park(ing) Day is an annual worldwide event that transforms metered parking spaces into temporary parks to improve the quality of urban human habitat for a day. This year, the Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce encouraged both residents and businesses to come out to Books and Books at 265 Aragon Ave. for a pop-up dog park from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Passersby and their pups enjoyed the day’s sunny weather in the park, complete with grass, fire hydrants, toys and treats, as well as a reading area for adults and kids to sit and enjoy the open-air space for a while. In addition, the City of Coral Gables activated parking spots on Plaza Aragon, in front of Trust & Co. from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. to officially introduce their three new events, Wellness Wednesdays, Movies on the Mile, and Jazz in the Gables, coming this Fall to McBride Plaza at 150 Miracle Mile. The interactive pop-ups generated tons of excitement for these fun, community driven events beginning soon. Photos courtesy of Stephanie Romanach

Family Fun Concerts Five Friday Nights - 8 PM

@ Pinecrest Gardens

11000 SW 57 Avenue, Pinecrest, 33156

Tyrannosaurus Sue: A Cretaceous Concerto

Friday, Nov. 4, 2016

Visions of America

See America through the eyes of composers! Fri, Jan. 6, 2017

Zephyronia

Meet the Wind Section that saves      the Planet!

Friday, Feb. 3, 2017 The Classic Fairy Tale Opera

Little Red Riding Hood Friday, March 3, 2017

Matthew Sabatella & the Rambling String Band Fri, March 31, 2017

SUBSCRIBE TODAY!! (305) 274­2103

www.OrchestraMiami.org

Tickets start at just $10


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CALENDAR OF EVENTS Thursday, Sept. 22 UM Frost Jazz Hour 11 AM–12 PM @WDNA Jazz Gallery, 2921 Coral Way Free and open to the public

KBCC Thursday Movie Matinee 1:30 PM @ Key Biscayne Community Center. Free.

South Florida Mega Job Fair Dress appropriately & bring at least 30 copies of your resumes Pre-Register Online at www.jobnewsusa.com/ southflorida. Print out your registration page and bring it with you! 10 AM @ BB&T Center, One Panther Parkway, Sunrise. Free parking and free admission.

Happy Hour 4–7 PM @ Tap 42, 301 Giralda Ave., Coral Gables $3 off all drinks. tap42.com; 786-391-1566

Friday, Sept. 23 Heart with Joan Jett & The Blackhearts and Cheap Trick 6:30 PM @ Perfect Vodka Amphitheatre at the S. Florida Fairgrounds, 601-7 Sansburys Way, West Palm Beach concerts.livenation.com; $26.45-$56.45

Cuisine of Hyderabad, India Learn to make chicken biryani — a layered rice and chicken dish with bhagare baingan - baby eggplants stuffed with peanuts, sesame seed and grated coconut and Shahi Tukra - a dessert made with toasted bread and condensed milk. 9:30 AM–1:30 PM @ Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, 10901 Old Cutler Road, Coral Gables. Fee: Member, $50; Non-member, $65 https://nc.fairchildgarden.org/sf16cuisine-classes

Saturday, Sept. 24 Village of Key Biscayne’s 25th Anniversary Celebration 7–10 PM @ Grand Bay Club, 425 Grand Bay Drive To purchase tickets: evenbrite.com

Cocktails for Humanity, benefiting Feeding South Florida 6–11 p.m.@ 525 NW 1st Ave., Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301 Cocktails for Humanity, a nonprofit that organizes a group of volunteers serving drinks for a good cause, operates at the co-working space General Provision during Fort Lauderdale’s monthly FAT Village Artwalk. Volunteers serve craft cocktails, beer, and wine. Every dollar made, even the tips, goes to charity. feedingsouthflorida.org/event/ cocktails-for-humanity/

Theatrical production “La Calle Al Fin del Mundo” 8 PM–9 PM @ Koubek Center, 2705 SW 3rd St, Miami. 305.546.2631

Home Gardening in South Florida Learn the secrets to personalize and care for your own garden. 9 AM–Noon @ Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, 10901 Old Cutler Road, Coral Gables Fee: Member, $40; Non-member, $55

Sunday, Sept. 25 Bottomless Brunch $15 unlimited mimosas, blood Mary’s, and Funky Buddha Floridian 11 AM- 3 PM @ Tap 42, 301 Giralda Ave., Coral Gables

Village of Key Biscayne’s 25th Anniversary Celebration New World Symphony Fellows will entertain concertgoers with a medley of classical music. 4–5 PM @ Key Biscayne Community Center’s Island Room Event is free and open to the public

Author Event: Jane Alison, Nine Island “A crackling incantation, brittle and brilliant and hot and sad and full of sideways humor that devastates and illuminates all at once.” 4 PM @ Books & Books, 265 Aragon Ave., Coral Gables

Monday, Sept. 26

Author Event: Carl Hiaasen, Razor Girl

Franco-Belgian drama “Come What May”

7:30 PM @ Coral Gables Congregational Church, 3010 De Soto Boulevard. You will receive a voucher in exchange for your purchase of Carl Hiaasen’s new novel RAZOR GIRL(Knopf, $27.95 + tax) from Books & Books. This voucher entitles you to receive (1) one copy of RAZOR GIRL and also serves as your entry for (2) two people to Carl Hiaasen’s talk and book signing.

From the director of “Farewell” and “Joyeux Noel” @ MDC’s Tower Theater, 1508 SW 8th St., Miami

Development Review Committee 9:30 AM–11 AM @ Planning Conference Room, 427 Biltmore Way, 2nd floor, Coral Gables. Free

Asian Inspired Vegetarian Dishes Learn to make autumn rice with root vegetables, tofu, crepe rolls stuffed with caramelized onion and taro potato, and an avocado salad with creamy roasted sesame vinaigrette. 6 PM- 9 PM @ Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, 10901 Old Cutler Road, Coral Gables Fee: Member, $50; Non-member, $65 https://nc.fairchildgarden.org/sf16cuisine-classes

Veuve Clicquot Happy Hour Champagne by the Glass around the clock 5 PM @ Happy Wine

Intensive Workshop/Flamenco Guitar by Jose Luis de la Paz

Miami Marlins vs. New York Mets

10:30 AM-–12:30 PM @ CCEMiami, 1490 Biscayne Blvd. Full workshop ($85); CCEMiami members ($60); per day ($35) R.S.V.P: 786-395-4421 / nuflamenco2@ gmail.com

Thursday, Sept. 29

$5 Happy Hour 4 PM–7 PM @ Happy Wine $5 on selected menu items and selected beer and wine

Tuesday, Sept. 27 City Commission Meeting 9 AM @ City Hall Commission Chambers, 405 Biltmore Way, Coral Gables. Free

Wednesday, Sept. 28 Lunch ‘n Learn Break bread with someone you’ve always wanted to meet. Every week, a different mover, shaker, creator, innovator. 12 PM–1:30 PM @ Books & Books at the Cafe, Adrienne Arsht Center, 1300 Biscayne Blvd. $25 per person; fixed price lunch Reservations: Katherine@ booksandbooks.com

Q&A with Social Security A bilingual representative from the Social Security Administration will be available to assist you with all of your Social Security and Medicare issues 9:30 AM–12 PM @ Key Biscayne Community Center’s 2nd floor lobby; free.

7:10 PM @ Marlins Park, Starts at $18; purchase.tickets.com

Plant-Based BBQ Throwdown

Viernes Culturales/Cultural Fridays Arts and music festival 7 PM–11 PM @ Domino Plaza, SW 15th Ave & 8th St. Free trolley service from the Mary Brickell Village and the Brickell Metrorail/Metromover Station to the festival every 15 minutes, starting at 6:30 pm

Saturday, Oct. 1 Studio 102: 70s & 80s Dance Party feat. Shannon Live 8 PM–12 AM @ E11Even Miami, 29 NE 11th Street http://tickets.completesolutions.com; $15

Downtown Walking Tour 11 AM–12 PM @ Coral Gables Museum, 285 Aragon Ave.

Family Day at the Kampong Enjoy interacting with Yawanawá Tribe members and experiencing their games, body painting, music, dancing, and jewelry-making surrounded by the lush, tropical gardens of The Kampong. 10am – 2pm @ The Kampong, 4013 Douglas Road, Miami Free with admission to The Kampong ($15 adults; $5 children 4 -12; 3 and under free). ictickets.org or call: 305751-9550; indigenouscelebration.org

Monday, Oct. 3

Enjoy BBQ, craft beer, counterculture kombucha, jojo tea cocktails, and live music 7–10 PM @ The Wynwood Yard, 56 NW 29th St., Miami For tickets: www.seedfoodandwine.com

Industry Mondays

Key Biscayne Thursday Movie Matinee

U.M. MBA Information Session

1:30 PM @ Key Biscayne Community Center

7th Annual Bird Festival 9:30 AM–4:30 PM @ Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, 10901 Old Cutler Road, Coral Gables Free for Fairchild Members, Adults: $25, Seniors (age 65 and up): $18 Children (ages 6-17): $12. Free for children 5 and younger http://store.fairchildonline.com/Events. aspx

Champagne Wine Tasting feat. Charles Hiedsieck

Happy Hour all night @ Copper 29, 206 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables

Tuesday, Oct. 4 12 PM–2 PM @ Miami Free Zone, 2305 NW 107 Avenue, Doral RSVP date: 10/3/2016 For questions, email bpanciera@bus. miami.edu

Wednesday, Oct. 5 Ladies Night 2 for 1 selected drinks and cocktails all night.Free hors d’oeuvres @ Copper 29, 206 Miracle Mile

Peter Frampton Raw: An Acoutic Tour

6:30 PM–8 PM @ Abaco Wines, 140 NE 39th St., Miami

7:30 PM @ Parker Playhouse, 707 Northeast 8th Street Fort Lauderdale $67.50-$97.50; ticketmaster.com

Friday, Sept. 30

Batik Arts Workshop

Thalia- Latin Love Tour 8 PM @ Arsht Center’s Knight Concert Hall, 1300 Biscayne Blvd., Miami tickets@arshtcenter.org; 305.949.6722. $45-$105

Learn to work with dye paints on a pre-waxed (resist), pre-stretched 12x12 canvas and enjoy tastings of Malaysian cuisine. All supplies are provided 6:30 PM–9:30 PM @ The Wynwood Yard, 56 NW 29th St., Miami; eventbrite.com


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