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Greetings,

Spring is nigh. As we pass St. Patrick's Day, we're ready for the annual Blues Festival on the Bierhaus Plaza, followed by Earth Day and the first day of Spring on March 20, Purim festivities on the 23rd and Easter Sunday on March 27. That means April Fool's Day is just around the corner and before you know it -- tax day on April 15.

But, back to more joyous news. The week ahead is packed with wonderful cultural opportunities for young and old. Live theatre, wonderful movies, graceful ballet and many fun events for the kids and young adults, including spring break camps full of adventure. Check out the bicycle tours, enjoy a chance to meet interesting and talented book authors, listen to live musical performances and interesting lectures and -- never miss a chance to celebrate local history.

Can you believe... Wayne Eldred at Tarpon Bend still offers Thursday happy hours featuring $3.50 Mojitos on Miracle Mile? That was a good deal back in the 90s.

We're wishing you all the best this weekend and the coming days. Make room in your busy schedule for quality time with your friends and family. Enjoy these Great Gables Events.

Robert and Robin Burr


Community Open House at H. George Fink's Studio
In celebration of Coral Gables' 90th anniversary, meet up with friends on Saturday, March 19 at 10am for a tour of the studio and office of H. George Fink at 2506 Ponce, one of Coral Gables' earliest and most influential architects. The pristine historic building, built in 1925, was purchased by the city for public use. Fink developed the Mediterranean style of architecture for which Coral Gables has become world famous. The building is a sterling example of his talent and the inspiration of Spanish, French and Italian architecture that Merrick espoused.

Wine Appreciation At Books & Books
Books & Books still have some available seats for Patrick Alexander's Spring Wine Appreciation class. Patrick has been offering this 6-week, 24-bottle wine-tasting program at Books & Books for the past five years to great acclaim. During each 2-hour class, an intimate group of students sample four different wines from around the world while they learn about the history of wine, varietals, terroir and, most importantly -- how to enjoy wine. The classes are held in the Aragon Avenue store each Monday evening from 6 to 8pm. The next series runs Monday, April 18 through May 23. Contact Irving Fields via email at: Irving@BooksandBooks.com. http://www.GablesWine.com


Thursday, March 17
St. Patrick's Day

Shake your Shamrock this St. Patrick's Day with JohnMartin's
JohnMartin's Irish Pub and Restaurant is shaking its shamrocks for the 27th annual St. Patrick's Day celebration. Join Coral Gables' authentic Irish pub and restaurant as they party all day long with all-day entertainment starting at noon with live music by Paddy Kelleghan and a bagpiper. Guests will feel like they are celebrating on the streets of Ireland. Da Infamous DJ Q will keep the party going from 8pm until close. Call 305-445-3777. http://www.johnmartins.com

Designing the Liberal Arts for Uncertainty
The University of Miami Center for the Humanities presents Tim Burke, Professor and Chair of History at Swarthmore College with his lecture "Designing the Liberal Arts for Uncertainty." One of the most common strategies for defending liberal arts education is to argue that in a fast-changing world, the only way to prepare today's students for the careers and lives they will pursue is through a liberal arts curriculum. It's a common strategy because it's true, in both banal and profound ways. Most existing liberal arts curricula only address unpredictability in the most vague and accidental ways; but what would the structure of liberal arts learning look like if it was centrally aimed at understanding and dealing with contingency and uncertainty? This lecture at the Otto G. Richter Library, Third Floor Conference Room at 4:30pm is free and open to the Public, with advance registration. http://humanities.miami.edu/

HPACG's March Social
Everyone is invited to join the Historic Preservation Association of Coral Gables for its March social at 6pm at St. Bede Chapel on UM campus at 1150 Stanford Drive. HPACG's March social will feature an original documentary short by Ben and Marissa Manley, about their Great Aunt Marion Manley -- Miami's first woman architect and the leading designer of the University of Miami. Among other notable works, Marion Manley designed Saint Bede Chapel. This event is free. Refreshments will be served. Free parking is available in the garage. Please RSVP to info@historiccoralgables.org

Emily Johnston - Her Animals
This is an extraordinary exploration of what it can mean to think, truly think, about our relation to the planet and to ourselves. Emily Johnston's Her Animals considers the austere beauty of its language, the spiritual use of its white spaces, the boldness of its imagination, the piercing truth of its sense of creatures great and small which we have destroyed and are destroying, is matched by the author's honest self-implication. Every day, she meditates, waking up in this ravishing world. Knowing. Meet the author at Books & Books, 265 Aragon at 6:30pm. Call 305-442-4408. http://www.booksandbooks.com


Friday, March 18

The Wave screening at Gables Cinema
Norway's Oscar Entry and Edge-Of-Your-Seat Disaster Thriller. In this pulse-pounding thriller (Norway's entry to the Academy Awards), a geologist tries to prevent a cataclysm when a mountain overlooking a popular Norwegian tourist destination threatens to collapse into the ocean. The story takes place in the small community of Geiranger, where a close-knit family lives on a remote fjord. Geologist Kristian works at an early warning center with a crew of pros whose job it is to keep one eye on the mountain and another on a big red panic button. The last catastrophic rockslide dates back to 1905 and it's only a question of time before it happens again. Once the rocks start falling, the population will have just 10 minutes to vamoose to higher ground or die. Those ten minutes are some of the most nerve-rattling you'll experience in any movie this year, but as The Wave continues the stakes only get higher. Ace director Roar Uthaug keeps things hurtling forward in a state of high anxiety until the very end. Giving Hollywood a run for its money, the film's canvas is broad, its effects eerily realistic, and its scale immense. Here comes the flood. Tickets for regular screenings are $11.50 and under ($8 for members). Showtimes are 4, 6:30 and 9pm. Coral Gables Art Cinema is located at 260 Aragon. Call 786-385-9689 or visit the web site for a complete list of showtimes. http://www.gablescinema.org

Coral Gables Bluesfest Returns
The 18th Annual Coral Gables Bluesfest brings another Blues Marathon to the Bierhaus Plaza with three days of live music, beer and international food on the Bierhaus Plaza in front of Fritz & Franz at 60 Merrick Way, featuring 14 local and national bands. Admission is free. There is a $5 flat fee for self-parking at City parking garage #6 next door at 51 Aragon. Call 305-774-1883. http://www.bierhausblues.com/default.php

The MetaPhysician Within, A Reference for Healing
There is reason for your suffering and this book clearly states that Voice of Reason leading you more and more to the remembrance and rediscovery of your Godself as you work with its teachings. This book is a must-have for anyone working or interested in the areas of holistic health, spirituality and metaphysics. It is a transformative, empowering, and illuminating self-healing tool for professional and personal use allowing for understanding, rapid healing and soul evolution. The teachings and concepts are revelatory and will help the reader to fully awaken, activate and achieve The MetaPhysician Within themselves. When the spirit heals, so too can mind and body. One can then live freely and unencumbered as their divine self, manifest the true dreams of their soul, and ultimately achieve their destiny. This book is a true source for transmutation and enlightenment. Meet the author at Books & Books, 265 Aragon at 8pm. Call 305-442-4408. http://www.booksandbooks.com

Embrace Of The Serpent at Cosford Cinema
At once blistering and poetic, the ravages of colonialism cast a dark shadow over the South American landscape in Embrace Of The Serpent, the third feature by Ciro Guerra. Filmed in stunning black-and-white, Serpent centers on Karamakate, an Amazonian shaman and the last survivor of his people, and the two scientists who, over the course of 40 years, build a friendship with him. The film was inspired by the real-life journals of two explorers (Theodor Koch-Grünberg and Richard Evans Schultes) who traveled through the Colombian Amazon during the last century in search of the sacred and difficult-to-find psychedelic Yakruna plant. The film plays Friday at 9pm. Cosford Cinema is located on the second floor of the Memorial Classroom building on UM campus. Cash only. Call 305-284-4861. http://www.cosfordcinema.com


Saturday, March 19

Coral Gables Farmers Market
Meet up with family and friends at City Hall on Saturday mornings from 8am to 2pm for a delightful Farmer's Market experience. Browse through and enjoy fresh-picked produce, baked goods, specialty items, gourmet dishes, flowers and plants and much more. The market features live music, cooking demonstrations, arts and crafts, gardening tips and other free activities for all. Enjoy the great weather, find your choice of fresh fruits and vegetables and experience yet another delightful aspect of our Great Gables Lifestyle. http://www.coralgables.com/index.aspx?page=1183

Community Open House at H. George Fink's Studio
In celebration of Coral Gables' 90th anniversary, meet up with friends at 10am for a tour of the studio and office of H. George Fink at 2506 Ponce, one of Coral Gables' earliest and most influential architects. The pristine historic building, built in 1925, was purchased by the city for public use. Fink developed the Mediterranean style of architecture for which Coral Gables has become world famous. The building is a sterling example of his talent and the inspiration of Spanish, French and Italian architecture that Merrick espoused.

Family Day on Aragon: Howl's Moving Castle
Master animator Hayao Miyazaki's exquisitely illustrated visual spectacle, Howl's Moving Castle, will be playing at the Coral Gables Art Cinema as part of the children and family program Family Day on Aragon at 11am. Sophie (voiced by Emily Mortimer) is cursed by the Witch of the Waste and in turn causes her to flee into the countryside where a mystical moving castle roams the hills. The castle is inhabited by the notorious wizard Howl (voiced by Christian Bale) and the fire demon who powers the castle, Calcifer, both of whom can see the real Sophie under the curse. The richly inventive Howl's Moving Castle was nominated for Best Animated Feature during the 2006 Academy Awards. This film is appropriate for ages 8 and up. Tickets to the Family Day screenings are $5 general admission and include a free popcorn and soda. Coral Gables Art Cinema is located at 260 Aragon. Call 786-385-9689 or visit the web site for showtimes. http://www.gablescinema.org

What Are Your Antiques Worth?
Meet with an appraiser from Skinner for a complimentary verbal assessment of your antiques, jewelry, fine art, silver or other collectibles at the Coral Gables Museum from 11am to 5pm. The nationally recognized appraisers will be holding a consignment day featuring appraisers from the Fine Art, Jewelry, Silver, Ceramics and Decorative Arts Departments. Please omit coins, stamps and musical instruments. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of any items consigned at this event will benefit the Coral Gables Museum. Museum admission applies. $7, $5 for students and seniors. The Coral Gables Museum is located at 285 Aragon. Call 305-603-8067. http://www.coralgablesmuseum.org

Campbell Mcgrath - XX
A poetic history of the twentieth century from one of our most beloved, popular, and highly lauded poets -- a stirring, strikingly original, intensely imagined recreation of the most potent voices and searing moments that have shaped our collective experience. XX is award-winning poet Campbell McGrath's astonishing sequence of one hundred poems -- one per year -- written in a vast range of forms, and in the voices of figures as varied as Picasso and Mao, Frida Kahlo and Elvis Presley. Based on years of historical research and cultural investigation, XX turns poetry into an archival inquiry and a choral documentary. Meet the poet author at Books & Books, 265 Aragon at 7pm. Call 305-442-4408. http://www.booksandbooks.com

Sondheim on Sondheim at Miracle Theatre
Actors' Playhouse is proud to present Sondheim on Sondheim, an intimate multimedia portrait of musical icon Stephen Sondheim in his own words and music. This South Florida premiere of James Lapine's award-winning Broadway hit will play March 16 to April 3 at the Miracle Theatre. Writing songs that reflect the complexity of his characters, Sondheim changed the way we define a great musical. Yet even though millions of fans know his songs by heart, few know much about Sondheim himself. Until now. Originally conceived as a tribute for Sondheim's 80th birthday party, Sondheim on Sondheim is a love letter from Lapine to his friend and frequent collaborator. Exclusive video footage, in which Sondheim offers an inside look at his personal life and artistic process, is combined with sparkling-new arrangements of over two dozen Sondheim tunes brought to life by eight stellar singers and a live, onstage chamber orchestra. The Miracle Theatre is located at 280 Miracle Mile. Showtimes are Wednesday through Saturday evenings at 8pm, plus Sunday at 3pm. Call 305-444-9293. http://www.actorsplayhouse.org


Sunday, March 20

Gables Bike Tour: Bike & BBQ
The most popular bike tour is back, just in time for Bike 305 month. Celebrate cycling with a guided bike tour through the City Beautiful from 10am to 1:30pm, starting at the museum, traveling to coastal Matheson Hammock Park for a BBQ party. Burgers are included with your registration fee. Enjoy fun, educational bicycle tours through The City Beautiful every third Sunday of the month. Each tour offers a different theme and route. Presented by Coral Gables Museum and Bike Walk Coral Gables, the tours include museum admission. Bike rentals and helmets (required for children under 16) are available at No Boundaries (305-444-3206), conveniently located across the street from the Museum. Cost of the bike tour is $10; $5 for Museum members. Space is limited to 175 riders. Call Ingrid at 305-603-8067 to register. The Coral Gables Museum is located at 285 Aragon. Call 305-603-8067. http://www.coralgablesmuseum.org

Kids: Howl's Moving Castle
Master animator Hayao Miyazaki's exquisitely illustrated visual spectacle, Howl's Moving Castle, will be playing at the Coral Gables Art Cinema as part of the children and family program Family Day on Aragon at 11am. Sophie (voiced by Emily Mortimer) is cursed by the Witch of the Waste and in turn causes her to flee into the countryside where a mystical moving castle roams the hills. The castle is inhabited by the notorious wizard Howl (voiced by Christian Bale) and the fire demon who powers the castle, Calcifer, both of whom can see the real Sophie under the curse. The richly inventive Howl's Moving Castle was nominated for Best Animated Feature during the 2006 Academy Awards. This film is appropriate for ages 8 and up. Tickets to the Family Day screenings are $5 general admission and include a free popcorn and soda. Coral Gables Art Cinema is located at 260 Aragon. Call 786-385-9689 or visit the web site for showtimes. http://www.gablescinema.org

Alan Rickman Tribute: Sense And Sensibility
The recently concluded Berlin Film Festival payed tribute to the late, great Alan Rickman, with a screening of this film, which won the coveted Golden Bear exactly 20 years ago. This is a one time screening at 1pm. Stage-bred at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London, Mr. Rickman is also fondly remembered for wildly disparate roles, like nefarious mastermind Hans Gruber in Die Hard, ill-tempered Metatron in Dogma, and the sarcastic potions meister Severus Snape of the Harry Potter series. Jane Austen's first published work chronicles the misfortunes of two sisters following the death of their father: the sensible Elinor (Emma Thompson) and the romantic Marianne (Kate Winslet). It took Thompson five years to write the screenplay and she was rewarded for her efforts with an Oscar for Screenplay Adaptation. Director Ang Lee's film was nominated for six other Oscars, including Best Film. Thompson went on to work with Rickman in four other films. In her tribute to him, she reflected: "He was the ultimate ally. In life, art and politics. I trusted him absolutely. He was, above all things, a rare and unique human being and we shall not see his like again." Tickets for regular screenings are $11.50 and under (Free for cinema members). Coral Gables Art Cinema is located at 260 Aragon. Call 786-385-9689 or visit the web site for showtimes. http://www.gablescinema.org

Free concert in the Chopin for All Series
Chopin Foundation of the U.S. and the Southern Wine & Spirits of America present outstanding young pianist, Hana Chu performing at the Granada Presbyterian Church, 950 University Drive at 3pm. The program includes Hana Chu performing Beethoven's Appasionata, Scriabin's Sonata no. 4 and a selection of Chopin pieces. Winning her first competition at the age of five, Ms. Chu has been a prizewinner of many distinguished competitions. Recently, she was one of the semi-finalists in the Ninth Chopin National Competition held in Miami last year. Call 305-868-0624. http://www.chopin.org/

Artist Carlos Betancourt and Poet Richard Blanco
Between Friends. The Shared Journey of Artist Carlos Betancourt and Poet Richard Blanco. Enjoy an afternoon of art and poetry with celebrated artist Carlos Betancourt and Presidential Inaugural Poet Richard Blanco in conversation about aesthetics, language, memory, culture, friendship and the creative process moderated by curator Jose Diaz from the Bass Museum of Art at Books & Books, 265 Aragon at 4pm. Call 305-442-4408. http://www.booksandbooks.com

Coppelia for Kids: The Art of Ballet
Introduce your kids to the art of ballet with Coppelia for Kids, performed by the Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida at Pinecrest Gardens at 4pm. Orchestra Miami's Family Fun Concert series continues with this spectacular performance, which tells the story of the inventor Dr. Coppelius, who invents a dancing doll so lifelike that a young village boy falls in love with her. The performance will be narrated in English and Spanish and lasts approximately one hour. Bring a Book, Get a Reserved Seat. Bring a gently used children's book to donate to the Read to Learn Books For Free book drive, and they'll make sure you get a great seat. Collected books are distributed to other kids in our community. Call 274-2103. https://www.orchestramiami.org/coppelia-for-kids.html

King Georges at Cosford Cinema
Philadelphia, circa 2010, is about to lose its culinary treasure: Le Bec-Fin, one of the finest French restaurants in the country. The 67-year-old owner, Georges Perrier, nearly as iconic as his landmark eatery, is preparing to sell the restaurant after more than four decades in business. Filmmaker Erika Frankel, a native of the Philly suburbs, asks if she could film Perrier as an era-ending tribute. Perrier, however, has other plans. He decides to withdraw the sale and reinvent Le Bec-Fin by hiring a new protégé, Chef Nicholas Elmi, who achieved national fame on the "Top Chef" TV show. Perrier wants to pass the business to Elmi, but finds he has trouble letting go of the spatula. Over a three-year period, Frankel captures this mercurial, passionate, quixotic force of nature as he struggles to preserve his sumptuous Gallic dishes in an era where casual attitudes and lighter fare are taking hold. Spiced with archival footage and interviews from world-renowned chefs, such as Thomas Keller, Daniel Boulud, and Eric Ripert, King Georges is a feast for the eyes, as well as a touching portrait of a master artist in the twilight of his career who realizes he is still hungry for seconds. The film plays Sunday evening at 8pm. Cosford Cinema is located on the second floor of the Memorial Classroom building on UM campus. Cash only. Call 305-284-4861. http://www.cosfordcinema.com


Monday, March 21

City Trekker Spring Camp: Everglades Adventure
Snakes, Crocs and Alligators... Discover the natural world beyond the confines of our city with a spring camp experience -- inspired by the museum's current exhibit Trailblazers: The Perilous Story of the Tamiami Trail. This camp session will show campers how raising the road will help save the Everglades. Campers will enjoy a live animal presentation, take two special field trips to Everglades National Park for an airboat ride and tram tour, learn about our unique habitat, create artwork, play outdoors, and make new friends. The cost for this five day adventure is $250; $225 for Museum Members. To register, complete the online form or contact Museum Education staff at 305-603-8067. The Coral Gables Museum is located at 285 Aragon. Call 305-603-8067. http://www.coralgablesmuseum.org

Spring Break Theater Mini-Camps and Conservatory Classes
Actors' Playhouse Theatre Conservatory presents a series of Spring Break mini-camps for aspiring actors ages 7 to 12 from March 21 to 25. 8am drop-off and 6pm pickup are included. The staff will prepare your young actor to perform in a musical review focusing on vocal and dance techniques, stage presence, selling a song and working as an ensemble. The final performance will allow each performer their moment in the spotlight. The fee is $400. The Miracle Theatre is located at 280 Miracle Mile. Call 305-444-9293 extension 606. http://www.actorsplayhouse.org

The Mangrove Reading and Release Party
celebrate the brand new issue of Mangrove, the University of Miami's student-run literary journal. Editors and contributors will share a selection of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction written by undergraduate writers across the country. Copies of the issue will be available for sale fresh off the presses at Books & Books, 265 Aragon at 7pm. Call 305-442-4408. http://www.booksandbooks.com

Jazz It Up Mondays at Open Stage
The MJC Monday Night Rent Party is South Florida's highest caliber weekly jazz event, with great musicians every week, a great piano, a great sound system, and a great audience which is there for the music. Your $10 donation at the door support this fine community arts program. Admission is free for MJC members and students with ID. http://www.miamijazz.org/


Tuesday, March 22

Penguin Teen Tour at Books & Books
Enjoy a gathering of top-rated young adult authors and their latest books. Alison Goodman: The Dark Days Club. Alwyn Hamilton: Rebel Of The Sands. Rachel Hawkins: Miss Mayhem. Sabaa Tahir: An Ember In The Ashes. April Genevieve Tucholke: Wink Poppy Midnight. Meet the authors at Books & Books, 265 Aragon at 7pm. Call 305-442-4408. http://www.booksandbooks.com

2 Piano Classical Classics: Mozart, Prokofiev and Liszt
Enjoy a performance by Duo d'Accord – Lucia Huang and Sebastian Euler at Coral Gables Congregational Church at 8pm. This exciting and elegant program will present great Classical composers' works including: J.S. Bach - Concerto in C minor BWV1060; Mozart - Sonata D major K318; Franz Liszt - Reminiscences de Don Juan; and Prokofiev - Romeo & Juliet. The concert will also feature a Dranoff Foundation commissioned piece, the Lilliburlero Variations, by the renowned orchestral, choral and film composer Sir Richard Rodney Bennett. A World premier Japanese piece dedicated to Duo D 'Accord "Beyond a paperlike thin shield." $50 VIP Seating and Reception. $35 General; $5 Students. The Congregational Church is located at 3010 De Soto Blvd. Call 305-572-9900. http://www.dranoff2piano.org/

Michelle Chase - Revolution within the Revolution
A handful of celebrated photographs show armed female Cuban insurgents alongside their compañeros in Cuba's remote mountains during the revolutionary struggle. However, the story of women's part in the struggle's success has only now received comprehensive consideration in Michelle Chase's history of women and gender politics in revolutionary Cuba. Restoring to history women's participation in the all-important urban insurrection, and resisting Fidel Castro's triumphant claim that women's emancipation was handed to them as a "revolution within the revolution," Chase's work demonstrates that women's activism and leadership was critical at every stage of the revolutionary process. Meet the author at Books & Books, 265 Aragon at 8pm. Call 305-442-4408. http://www.booksandbooks.com

Two For One Schnitzel Night at the Bierhaus
Enjoy two Wiener (pork) or Chicken Schnitzel with potato salad at Fritz and Franz Bierhaus, 60 Merrick Way every Tuesday evening. In-house orders only. The Bierhaus is well known in Coral Gables for casual, authentic Bavarian cuisine, live music and a great selection of international beers, with a full bar. Call 305-774-1883. http://www.bierhaus.cc


Wednesday, March 23

Jazz in the Gables -- Wednesdays at Lunchtime
Jazz up your lunch hour on the Coral Gables Museum Plaza. Break up the work week with lunchtime concerts on the Plaza every Wednesday through March 30 at 12:15pm. Lunch for sale. Catering by Lovables. The music is free. Sponsored in part by the City of Coral Gables, Miami Jazz Cooperative and Coral Gables Hospital. http://jazzinthegables.org

Jacob Brillhart - Voyage Le Corbusier
Voyage Le Corbusier collects for the first time a compendium of sketchbook drawings and watercolors of Charles-Edouard Jeanneret -- a young student who would go onto become the singularly influential modernist architect Le Corbusier. Between 1907 and 1911, Jeanneret traveled throughout Europe and the Mediterranean, carrying an array of drawing supplies and documenting all that he saw: classical ruins, details of interiors, vibrant landscapes, and the people and objects that populated them. Jacob Brillhart excavates the "visual thinking" of the twentieth century's pioneer architect, reproducing a selection of 175 drawings from these early sketchbooks. Meet the author at Books & Books, 265 Aragon at 6:30pm. Call 305-442-4408. http://www.booksandbooks.com


Thursday, March 24

Mojito Madness Thursdays At Tarpon Bend
Stop into Tarpon Bend Thursday for $3.50 Mojitos all day, including Watermelon, Blackberry, Grapefruit, Pineapple and Cantaloupe. In addition, the happy hour runs from 3 to 10pm with 2 for 1 drinks. Tarpon Bend offers an award-winning menu of fresh seafood appetizers and entrees, daily meal specials, with a fine selection of beer and drinks in a lively, casual atmosphere directly on Miracle Mile. Call 305-444-3210. http://www.tarponbend.com


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