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A Monster With a Thousand Heads at Gables Cinema
When Sonia receives the news that her husband's cancer has progressed to a terminal stage, she races to secure the insurance company approval for the care that can help him. Met with indifference and negligence at every turn, Sonia's desperation triggers a primal survival instinct as a series of increasingly violent confrontations unfold. A sharp, urgent tale of a distraught woman intent on protecting her family at all costs, director Rodrigo Plá's latest film -- winner of a clutch of international awards and nominated for 7 Mexican Academy Awards -- is an engrossing combination of thriller, drama and timely socio-political commentary. Enjoy the exclusive Miami Premiere of short film The Runner in 2K Digital Cinema Projection as a lead in to this feature. Coral Gables Art Cinema is located at 260 Aragon. Call 786-385-9689 or visit the web site for showtimes. http://www.gablescinema.org

The Tin Woman Explores Organ Donation Issues
Actors' Playhouse, in conjunction with its production of The Tin Woman, has partnered with the University of Miami's Life Alliance Organ Recovery Agency to promote the success of organ, eye and tissue donation, and the need for registered donors, during the run of the production. Post-show discussions with Life Alliance and members of the show's cast and creative team will take place every Friday evening and Sunday matinee (excluding May 20 and June 12). Audience members are invited to stay after the performance of The Tin Woman to participate, and they will also have the opportunity to sign up onsite to become an organ donor and give someone the greatest gift of all: a second chance at life. http://www.actorsplayhouse.org

Taste of the Gables scheduled for June 2
The annual culinary event is presented by the Business Improvement District of Coral Gables at the Westin Colonnade Hotel, 180 Aragon. From 6:30 to 8:30pm on June 2, sample tastes from 20 restaurants participating in Coral Gables Restaurant Week. Vote for your favorite Taste dish. Tickets are $100. Use the code BIDCG25 for a 25% discount. http://restaurantweek.shopcoralgables.com/taste-of-the-gables/

Grants for South Florida Filmmakers extended to June 30
The Miami Film Development Project (MFDP), focused on supporting homegrown South Florida filmmakers, extends its film grant deadline to June 30, 2016. Grants are available for several initiatives and amounts to over $10K. These various MFDP grant initiatives are aimed towards supporting the diverse filmmaking community of South Florida. For more information on these individual initiatives as well as the program's grant details, visit the web site. http://www.filmprojectmiami.com/grants-2


Friday, May 20

L'Attesa (The Wait) at Cosford Cinema
Stunningly shot and deeply resonant, L'Attesa heralds the arrival of a talented new voice. With Sicily as his backdrop, Piero Messina navigates a range of emotions in telling the strange, irresistible story of the relationship between two women from different generations. Academy Award-winner Juliette Binoche stars as Anna, who is meeting her son Giuseppe's French girlfriend, Jeanne (Lou de Laâge), in the lead up to Easter festivities. Young and enchanting, Jeanne arrived with excitement before Giuseppe, whose continued delays and lack of presence cast a dark, mysterious shadow over the household. Why is Giuseppe not here and when will he appear? As Anna and Jeanne wait, they grow closer than either imagined they would, despite the secrets they're harboring from one another. The film begins at 7pm. 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

Joe Hill - The Fireman
From the award-winning, New York Times bestselling author of NOS4A2 and Heart-Shaped Box comes a chilling novel about a worldwide pandemic of spontaneous combustion that threatens to reduce civilization to ashes and a band of improbable heroes who battle to save it, led by one powerful and enigmatic man known as the Fireman. Meet the author at Books & Books, 265 Aragon at 8pm. Call 305-442-4408. http://www.booksandbooks.com

Wine & Cheese Get Together at Gables Cinema
Come to the Gables Cinema at 8pm to meet the programmers that decide on the films we see at the cinema. Programming is the core mission of the Cinema and every film that's projected on their screen undergoes serious consideration. If you're as passionate about film as they are, head over for light bites and great conversation. Coral Gables Art Cinema is located at 260 Aragon. Call 786-385-9689. http://www.gablescinema.org

Karaoke at JohnMartin's On The Mile
Every Friday evening at 10pm, sing your heart out at JohnMartin's Irish Pub and Restaurant's Karaoke Night. Enjoy drink special s, s well as some of the best pub food in South Florida at this award-winning authentic Irish pub. JohnMartin's Irish Pub and Restaurant is located at 253 Miracle Mile. Call 305-445-3777. http://www.JohnMartins.com


Saturday, May 21

Bilingual Storytime Surprise at Books & Books
Bring gently used children's books to share to the Read to Learn Books for Free Reading Circle and book drive at Books and Books at 11am. Reading will be Katie Doyle and her bilingual cat Miu, Hope Mucklow and Rojo the Red Panda and a special Read Congo reader will introduce Maria La Mariposa to her new friends. Reading Circle Storytime is hosted by Miami Book Fair, The Children's Trust, GablesCentral.com, in partnership with Books and Books, in honor of Bilingual Literacy Month. Free & Open to the Community at Books & Books, 265 Aragon. Call 305-442-4408. http://www.booksandbooks.com

Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day
Alexander knows it is going to be a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day when he wakes up with gum in his hair, and he is right. Things only get worse as the day goes on: his best friend bails on him, there's no dessert in his lunch bag, there's lima beans for dinner and kissing on TV. The only reasonable response is to move to Australia. Judith Viorst adapted her own award-winning children's book into this marvelous musical that is wacky, wild, and wonderfully wise. "All Kids Included" sensory-friendly performance is scheduled for 11am. The last performances will be at 2pm. The Miracle Theatre is located at 280 Miracle Mile. Call 305-444-9293. http://www.actorsplayhouse.org

Norman E Rosenthal MD - Super Mind
Research psychiatrist and The New York Times bestselling author Norman Rosenthal, announces Super Mind -- How to Boost Performance and Live a Richer and Happier Life Through Transcendental Meditation. Dr. Rosenthal's latest book focuses on evidence-based meditation for developing higher states of effectiveness and performance in life. Move beyond stress reduction, placing yourself into a super-mind state of consciousness where you consistently perform at peak aptitude. Dr. Rosenthal explains how this simple, twice-daily practice can consistently improve your state of mind throughout the day -- elevating you to a state of unshakable peak performance and higher human development. Meet the author at Books & Books, 265 Aragon at 2pm. Call 305-442-4408. http://www.booksandbooks.com

Happy Hour with Caring About the Strays
Here's a fundraiser for animal lovers. Caring About The Strays is a non-profit group dedicated to rescuing, fostering and finding permanent homes for homeless animals. With your $10 donation to Caring About the Strays, get a complimentary drink and assorted appetizers Happy Hour deals at Trust and Co., 2 Aragon starting at 4pm. Bring some cash for the raffle. Please RSVP by calling 305-889-0840 or email: events@caringaboutthestrays.org

Mainly Mozart Festival begins with pianist Sergei Babayan
One of the most brilliant pianists of our time, Sergei Babayan's performances are hailed for their emotional intensity, bold energy and remarkable levels of color. Sergei will make his Mainly Mozart Festival debut with a tour de force program of Bach's Preludes and Fugues at UM's Gusman Hall at 6pm. In addition he will be joined by the festival's artistic director and his former student at the Cleveland Institute of Music Marina Radiushina for a few Mozart and Bach duo piano selections. The Mainly Mozart Festival, presented by the Miami Chamber Music Society, brings an exceptional lineup of local and visiting artists to our community to perform great works of classical music. Call 786-556-1715. http://miamichambermusicsociety@gmail.com

Steve Raichlen - Project Smoke
Don't miss the Project Smoke Party in the Books & Books courtyard honoring award-winning and bestselling author, PBS TV host, and Barbecue Hall of Famer, Steven Raichlen, with Live Music by Bruce Terkel Band, an autographed copy of his new book, Project Smoke: Seven Steps to Smoked Food Nirvana, Plus 100 Irresistible Recipes From Classic (Slam-Dunk Brisket) to Adventurous (Smoked Bacon-Bourbon Apple Crisp), and a Buffet of Food Offerings based on recipes from the book. Cash bar. The practice of smoking food has been part of the American culinary DNA since colonial times (in 1769, George Washington famously attended a three-day barbecue in Alexandria, VA). It used to be that smoked cuisine was only available at smokehouses or barbecue joints, where an experienced pitmaster smoked heirloom family recipes over hardwood fires in custom-built pits. But now, thanks to new fuels, new tools, new techniques, and a dazzling array of smokers, a new generation of home cooks can turn out competition-quality smoked foods in their own backyards and kitchens. Tickets are $50 per person at Books & Books, 265 Aragon at 7pm. Call 305-442-4408. http://www.booksandbooks.com

The Tin Woman at Miracle Theatre
From the author of Making God Laugh, which Coral Gables audiences fell in love with two seasons ago, comes Sean Grennan's newest comedy, this one with inspirational dramatic resonance. The Tin Woman is a rich, funny and moving theatrical experience involving a postoperative heart transplant recipient struggling with her own survival guilt, who decides to meet the family of the late donor, their son. The grief of the late donor's family coupled with the recipient's own questions, fears and doubts evolve into a very real, very funny and touching new play, that leaves the audience with an unexpected and moving resolution. The play continues through June 12. 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

Albert Castiglia plays Titanic Brewery
Top Blues guitarist, singer and songwriter, Albert Castiglia (pronounced ka-STEEL-ya) will perform live at Titanic Brewery, 5813 Ponce, to promote the release of his new album Solid Ground. The show starts at 10pm. Titanic is Miami's oldest and finest BrewPub, offering a unique selection of craft beers and ales, including the award winning Triple Screw Light Ale, Captain Smith's Rye Ale, White Star India Pale Ale, Britannic Best Bitter, Boiler Room Nut Brown Ale and Shipbuilders Oatmeal Stout -- along with a delightful menu of local seafood and pub specialties -- at 5813 Ponce. Call 305-668-1742. http://www.titanicbrewery.com

Late Night Cinema: Amélie at Gables Cinema
The apotheosis of early 2000s twee and the proto-manic pixie dream girl burst off the screen with the beautiful and naive Amélie Poulain (Audrey Tautou). Oozing charm and inventive flourishes, this charismatic and off-beat romantic comedy is director Jean-Pierre Jeunet at his most playful. In modern day Paris, Amélie balances her waitressing job with a desire to help those around her through unnecessarily elaborate schemes. When she decides to focus on her own life for a change, she begins a game of cat and mouse with an equally eclectic soul (Mathieu Kassovitz of La Haine) in an attempt to return his precious album of pieced together photos. Amélie exudes a genuine warmth and cheeky humor throughout brought to life on a glorious 35mm print. The film begins at 11:45pm. After Hours tickets are $7 general admission and include a free popcorn for everyone. Coral Gables Art Cinema is located at 260 Aragon. Call 786-385-9689 or visit the web site for showtimes. http://www.gablescinema.org


Sunday, May 22

On the Town at Gables Cinema
Three sailors on shore leave in the Big Apple race against the clock to find the alluring Miss Turnstiles. Gene Kelly taught Frank Sinatra how to dance in 1945 for the movie Anchors Aweigh, which explains why, four years later, On the Town marks -- in the words of music historian Will Friedwald -- "one of Sinatra's most memorable movie roles." The film is also one of the Top 20 musicals on the American Film Institute's list. This adrenaline charged romp features a screenplay by Comden and Green, music by Leonard Bernstein and Gene Kelly / Stanley Donen choreography. Gorgeous fun all-around, with a hats-off salute to the unforgettable but unjustly forgotten Alice Pearce. The film begins at 1pm. Coral Gables Art Cinema is located at 260 Aragon. Call 786-385-9689 or visit the web site for showtimes. http://www.gablescinema.org

Alhambra Quartet: The American Songbook afternoon concert
Guest pianist Mia Vassilev joins the Alhambra Quartet to present "The American Songbook" showcasing music by Gershwin, Copland, Porter, Dvorak and more at 3pm at the Coral Gables Museum, 285 Aragon. The program features a selection of classical and popular American music, including Antonin Dvorak's American Quartet and works by American composers Cole Porter, Stephen Foster, Aaron Copland, George Gershwin and more, performed by string quartet and piano. Light refreshments will be available for purchase. Museum admission is included. This concert is made possible through the generosity of Steinway Pianos, the Official Piano of the Coral Gables Museum. Tickets are $20 ($15 for museum members) through Eventbrite or call 305-603-8067. http://theamericansongbook.eventbrite.com The Coral Gables Museum is located at 285 Aragon. Call 305-603-8067. http://www.coralgablesmuseum.org

Camino 101
Join American Pilgrims on the Camino for a presentation and Q&A on the Camino de Santiago de Compostela, followed by a screening of the short documentary Camino the Journey to Santiago. Camino de Santiago, also known as Way of St. James, is the name of a route to the shrine of the apostle St. James the Great in the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia in northwestern Spain, where tradition has it that the remains of the saint are buried. The presentation will cover the historical and cultural background of the Camino and the practicalities of walking the route. Please RSVP to southflorida@americanpilgrims.org The event takes place at Books & Books, 265 Aragon at 4pm. Call 305-442-4408. http://www.booksandbooks.com

Montgomery: A Secret Garden Paradise
Enjoy a unique opportunity with this The Historic Preservation Association of Coral Gables fundraiser at Montgomery Botanical Center, a hidden gem at 11901 Old Cutler Rd. The event benefits historic resources and their preservation in Coral Gables and beyond, beginning at 5pm with a VIP champagne and cocktail reception and spectacular views of the sunset -- over the palm-lined skyline -- at this secluded historic home and garden. Enjoy a private guided tour of the gardens; and a brief history of the 1930s property by director Patrick Griffith. VIP tickets are $75. At 6:30pm, general admission guests will delight in fresh, made-to-order crepes al fresco, a live jazz trio, and spectacular sunset vistas in garden setting. General tickets are $50 member or $65 non-member. Reservation and advanced payment required. Limited tickets available. RSVP without payment does not guarantee admission. Email: info@historiccoralgables.org

Frans Boetes - Forever in the Serengeti
Forever In the Serengeti is Frans Boetes' remembrance of his fascinating and harrowing journey into the wilds of Tanzania with Hugo Baron van Lawick, wildlife filmmaker and former husband of Jane Goddall. Frans, a fellow Dutchman and Hugo's ex-sister-in-law travel to Hugo's base camp and explore the Serengeti with no weapons, no GPS, no phones, cellular or otherwise. As Frans describes in his book, in this part of the world, titles and background, formal education and work experience are no preparation for a journey. The only way to survive is by exercising the strength and creativity to continually deal with the unexpected predator. Meet the author at Books & Books, 265 Aragon at 6pm. Call 305-442-4408. http://www.booksandbooks.com

Pele: The Birth Of A Legend at Cosford Cinema
A name known around the world, a sports legend who changed soccer forever, and a national hero who carried the hopes and dreams of a country on his back. But before he was an icon, Pelé was a kid from the slums of São Paulo, Brazil, so poor that he couldn't afford a real soccer ball. Charting his meteoric rise -- from scrubbing floors to support his family to honing his electrifying playing style on the streets to leading Brazil's national team to its first World Cup victory at the age of 17 -- Pelé vividly brings to life the greatest sports story of the 20th century. With Vincent D'Onofrio and Brazilian musical star Seu Jorge. The film begins at 7:30pm. 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, May 23

Mad Men Mondays at Christy's Bar
For those that enjoy the classic cocktails like the Manhattan and the Old Fashioned -- made famous again by the Mad Men TV series -- visit the Bar at Christy's Restaurant, 3101 Ponce every Monday from 5 to 10pm to enjoy these iconic cocktails. Call 305-446-1400. http://www.christysrestaurant.com/pianobar

Lecture by Kampong Director Craig Morell
Craig Morell, curator of living collections at the Kampong of the National Tropical Botanic Garden, will speak on plant propagation and restoration at Fairchild Tropical Garden from 7:30 to 10pm. The garden is named for the Malay or Javanese word for a village or cluster of houses. Some of the first plantings there came from Indo-Malaysia, brought there by renowned explorer/horticulturist David Fairchild, who introduced these species to the United States and who owned the property in the early 1900s. The collections were expanded and diversified by the next owner, who eventually gifted the garden to the NTBG. Located on Biscayne Bay in Coconut Grove, Florida, The Kampong contains a fascinating array of tropical fruit cultivars and flowering trees. Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden is located at 10901 Old Cutler Road. Call 305-667-1651. http://www.fairchildgarden.org

Nick Spill - The Jaded Kiwi
The summer of 1976 in Auckland, New Zealand. There is a severe marijuana drought. Two couples; a gynecologist and a physicist, together with a violinist and an actress meet by accident in a pub and help a Maori evade the police. A group of Maori plans to deliver a truckload of cannabis to Auckland. A Chinese family has harvested four greenhouses of enhanced sensimilla. A criminal mastermind plots to start a drug war. A police Inspector hunts a fugitive Maori. The war on drugs starts in New Zealand. Meet the author at Books & Books, 265 Aragon at 8pm. Call 305-442-4408. http://www.booksandbooks.com

Jazz It Up Mondays at Open Stage
The MJC Monday Night Rent Party starting at 8pm 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, May 24

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

Michael Solomon - The Conversion Prophecy
What if you awoke one morning to find all the flags of the free world were changed to the Islamic Flag? Bestselling political and business author Michael Solomon may be turning the political world upside down with his new provocative and controversial novel: The Conversion Prophecy. Sure to be a timely masterpiece, the story takes the reader through a journey of how the entire balance of global economic power will change forever as Islam secretly obtains control of every sector in the corporate world, from energy to food supplies; telecommunications to water and everything needed to sustain life as we know it. What Solomon has developed is a new and different form of terrorism one, which does not require the firing of a single shot or the shedding of one drop of blood. However, it could lead to a new world order. This page turner will have you wondering if a real Manchurian Candidate does exist. Can this really happen or has it already begun? After two bestselling non-fiction books this is his first novel it won't be his last. Meet the author at Books & Books, 265 Aragon at 8pm. Call 305-442-4408. http://www.booksandbooks.com


Wednesday, May 25

The Tin Woman at Miracle Theatre
From the author of Making God Laugh, which Coral Gables audiences fell in love with two seasons ago, comes Sean Grennan's newest comedy, this one with inspirational dramatic resonance. The Tin Woman is a rich, funny and moving theatrical experience involving a postoperative heart transplant recipient struggling with her own survival guilt, who decides to meet the family of the late donor, their son. The grief of the late donor's family coupled with the recipient's own questions, fears and doubts evolve into a very real, very funny and touching new play, that leaves the audience with an unexpected and moving resolution. The play continues through June 12. 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

The Top 100 American Situation Comedies
A number of books and articles have been written ranking the best situation comedies of all time. This book attempts an objective ranking of the best 100 American sitcoms, based on a mathematical formula taking into account four factors: ratings, longevity, peer acceptance and spawning of other programs (spin-offs). The authors considered a field of 377 series which met at least one of four criteria: aired for at least three seasons; rated among top 30 series in at least one season; received at least one major Emmy nomination; or spawned at least one other series. A critical essay is provided for each series, along with air dates and cast listings. Meet the author at Books & Books, 265 Aragon at 8pm. Call 305-442-4408. http://www.booksandbooks.com


Thursday, May 26

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

The Mother and the Whore at Gables Cinema
Ranked the second greatest French film of all time (after Jean Renoir's Rules of the Game), Jean Eustache's three-and-a-half hour masterpiece, The Mother and the Whore, The film focuses on three twenty-somethings in an unconventional love triangle in Paris during the summer of 1972. Returning to South Florida for the first time in four decades, the film is fully restored for a rare, one-time-only 35mm screening. Created in the atmosphere of social breakdown that followed the riots of May, 1968 in France, The Mother and the Whore became the film of a generation for its portrayal in dangerously raw, real-time scenes of the irresolvable conflict between utopian ideals of sexual freedom and the concrete reality of human needfulness. The film begins at 8pm. Coral Gables Art Cinema is located at 260 Aragon. Call 786-385-9689 or visit the web site for showtimes. http://www.gablescinema.org


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