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LLF Lucky Hour at Marion

LLF Lucky Hour at MarionFriday, September 22, 8pm-10pm – Marion, 1111 SW 1st Ave, Miami Brickell

Please join the Little Lighthouse Foundation for our Lucky Hour – Happy Hour at Marion from 8pm to 10pm for Complimentary Cocktails from Lucky Player Vodka, Casa Noble, Tita Italian Wines and Coppertail Beer. Guests will keep refreshed with LaCroix sparkling water. A minimum $20 donation to support the Little Lighthouse Foundation’s Adopt a Floor program is required to attend. Please make your donation online or a minimum $30 donation at the door. #LLFoundation


An EPIC Night Under The Stars (E.P.I.C. Gala)

An EPIC Night Under The Stars (E.P.I.C. Gala)Friday, September 22, 8pm-12am – Briza On The Bay, 1717 North Bayshore Drive, Miami

Join for an epic night under the stars to raise money for The E.P.I.C. Foundation and recognize the expanding positive impact the organization is having on the lives of our South Florida youth within the education system. Music will accompany you throughout the evening as refreshing cocktails and a gourmet dinner are served for your enjoyment. Please wear your best cocktail attire and note that complimentary valet is included as part of your ticket purchase for easy access to your vehicle. Please consider an additional donation to support the foundation, which benefits students in need through a combination of scholarship opportunities, mentoring, academic support, and more.


Deltapalooza 2017

Deltapalooza 2017Friday, September 22, 7pm-1am – Renaissance Ballrooms, 5910 SW 8th St, Miami

The party with a purpose is here. Come out and party the night away with your line sisters, church members, family, friends, co-workers, and everyone who just likes having a good time. Bring your own food and beverages and your good spirit of FUN. Tickets are $20 per person. #Deltapalooza2017 @DSTMiamiAlumnae


Manolo: The Boy Who Made Shoes for Lizards

Manolo: The Boy Who Made Shoes for LizardsFriday, September 22, 7pm-9pm – O Cinema Wynwood, 90 NW 29th Street, Miami Wynwood Arts District

Manolo is the in-depth portrait of legendary fashion designer Manolo Blahnik and how his extraordinary dedication to his craft led him to become the world’s most famous luxury shoemaker, revered by celebrities, stylists, and industry icons for generations.

Growing up on a remote Spanish Canary island, Manolo made shoes out of sweet wrappers for lizards that he caught in his family’s garden. After opening his first store in London in 1973 and coming of age in fashion capitals such as Paris and New York, Manolo now has shops and department store concessions in over 20 countries and retains full control of the business, still creating every shoe, even hand-carving the wooden forms himself.

Director and longtime fashion journalist Michael Roberts presents this never-before-seen peek into Mr. Blahnik’s world, featuring a ‘who’s who’ of the fashion and entertainment industries including Anna Wintour, Rihanna, Paloma Picasso, Iman, Naomi Campbell, Rupert Everett, Karlie Kloss, Isaac Mizrahi, and André Leon Talley. #ManoloTheFilm @ManoloBlahnik @ManoloFilmUK @OCinema


ARC+ Nextgen Housing Panel Discussion

ARC+ Nextgen Housing Panel DiscussionFriday, September 22, 6:30pm-8:30pm – Florida International University – Miami Beach Urban Studios, 420 Lincoln Road, Suite 400, Miami Beach

Architectural Research Collaborative (ARC+) invites you to join them for a community discussion at the FIU Miami Beach Urban Studios: ARC+ Nextgen Housing Panel Discussion: Affordable-Collaborative-Sustainable. Moderated by Alastair Gordon – The Miami Herald. Panel to include:
Marcelo Fernandes – Grove Properties / Oxford Universal
Avra Jain – The Vagabond Group
Hernan Guerrero – Neighborhood Housing Services of South Florida
Dirk Spiers – Spiers New Technologies
James Carras – Carras Community Investment
Margi Nothard – President/Design Director – Glavovic Studio
Free & Open to the Public. @ARCplusyou


“No black / No white (no and)” Art Exhibition

"No black / No white (no and)" Art ExhibitionFriday, September 22, 6pm-9pm – CIFO – The Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation, 1018 N Miami Ave, Miami

No black / No white (no and) will exhibit works from the 2017 Grants & Commissions Program awarded recipients. The exhibition, the title of which references a statement written by John Cage in 1953 in response to Robert Rauschenberg’s White Paintings (1951), presents works that reflect the reality faced in Latin America today. Come to relax and see what our awarded artists have created! @cifoart


21st Brazilian Film Festival of Miami

21st Brazilian Film Festival of MiamiSeptember 17 – 24, 6pm-11pm – Miami Beach Cinematheque and Savor Cinema + Regal South Beach, Miami Beach

From September 17th to 19th, Miami Beach Cinematheque will have for the first time a program dedicated to Latin American productions with a selection of three films from across the Americas showcasing the best of Latin American creative powers. Venezuelan biopic El Malquerido kicks off Mostra Latina, followed by Uruguayan LGBTQ comedy, Las Toninas van al este. Both films will screen on Sunday, September 17 at the Miami Beach Cinemateque. The third Latin film is O Gato de Havana, featuring a collaboration between Cuban and Brazilian producers screening on Wednesday, September 19 at the Cinematheque. The Latin series will count also with Silence of the Sky (2016), by Marco Dutra and the documentary Cinema Novo (2016), by Erik Rocha, winner of the L’Oeil d’Or at 2016 Cannes Film Festival.

And at Savor Cinema, the former Cinema Paradiso in Fort Lauderdale, the Festival brings among other films the highest Brazilian grossing comedy film of all times My Mom Is A Character II (Minha mãe é uma peça II) (2016), by Cesar Rodrigues, winner of the 17th Brazilian Film Festival of Miami, Indigo Child (Menina Indigo) (2017), by Wagner Assis, Beatriz (2015) by Alberto Graça and Behind the Sky (Por trás do céu) (2016), by Caio Sóh.

From September 20th to 23rd, the Competitive screenings will be held this year at Regal South Beach 18 & IMAX. Among the films in competition representing a diverse panorama of the latest Brazilian productions are: Real (Real, o plano por trás da história) (2017), by Rodrigo Bittencourt, David Schurmann’s Little Secret (Pequeno Segredo) (2016), Toni Venturi’s The Divine Comedy (A Comédia Divina) (2017), Flavio Tambellini’s Glory and Grace (A Glória e a Graça)(2016), Divorce (Divórcio) (2017), by Pedro Amorim, The Other End (Fala Comigo) (2016), by Felipe Sholl, best film and best actress awards winner of Rio Film Festival, Seeing you (De onde te vejo)(2016), by Luiz Villaça, one of the last works of late actor Domingos Montagner and BR 716 (2016), by Domingos de Oliveira, best film, director, soundtrack and supporting actress awards winner of Gramado Film Festival.

At the festival’s Closing Night the Crystal Lens Award will be given to the best feature film voted by audience followed by the screening of Elis (2016), by Hugo Prata. The life of Elis Regina, undoubtedly the greatest Brazilian voice of all time. #braff2017 #brazilianfilmfestival #BRAFFMIAMI #inffinito


We Will #atMDD Community Event

We Will #atMDD Community EventFriday, September 22, 6pm-9pm – Jungle Plaza, 3801 NE 1st Avenue, Miami Design District

Miami has had a rough week. With Hurricane Irma leaving a lot of us perhaps very stressed out, cramped up with family members and friends, powerless and in some cases without A/C. The Miami Design District would like to give Miami residents a reason to get out of the house, enjoy some much-needed relaxation and give back to the community while surrounded by the Design District’s public art works, Flotsam & Jetsam and Jungle mural. Miami Design District’s Jungle Plaza will host We Will #atMDD, a free community event. Guests will be treated to a night of complimentary food, drinks, Wi-Fi and entertainment, including pizza provided by Harry’s Pizzeria and a sunset yoga session taught by Ahana Yoga’s Dawn Feinberg. The event is free and open to the public with RSVP, however suggested donations of $20 will be welcomed to benefit Hurricane Irma relief efforts.


Lord and Taylor Survivor Fashion Show

Lord and Taylor Survivor Fashion ShowFriday, September 22, 5:30pm-8pm – Lord & Taylor, 200 Plaza Real, Boca Raton

Join Making Strides of South Palm Beach for this amazing night as our survivors take to the runway! Complimentary champagne and lite bites will be served as well as incredible deals from Lord and Taylor Charity Days! 30% off everything in the store and 10% off of beauty with the purchase of a $10 ticket. ALL ticket purchase proceeds will be donated to American Cancer Society. For more info contact Anne Prece at 561-901-7003. #MakingStrides @AmericanCancer @lordandtaylor


Eats & Musiquita by The Hungry Post

Eats & Musiquita by The Hungry PostFriday, September 22, 5pm-1am – Allapattah Market, 728 NW 29th Street, Miami

Eats & Musiquita by The Hungry Post will start at 5 PM at Allapattah Market with street style food from our favorite Miami restaurants. Come early, ready to eat and dance to some musiquita by Dj-Andre Ferro. Free entrance and Happy Hour specials will be available from 5 PM – 7 PM. After 7 PM there will be a $25 entrance fee ($5 will go to help our local fellows affected by Hurricane Irma). #EatsAndMusiquita and #TheHungryPost!