Mother’s Day Botox Special 5/1/15

Mother’s Day Botox Special
Monday, 05/01/2015 – 05/15/2015 09:00 am – 08:00 pm
May-Special-Flyer-smallDr. Sam Gershenbaum’s office
2954-B Aventura BLVD.,
Aventura, Florida 33180
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Come join us for our Mother’s Day Botox special! We are offering great prices on Botox and filler!

Arts Ballet Theatre Of Florida Wraps-Up This Season With Its Spring Gala 5/9/15

Arts Ballet Theatre Of Florida Wraps-Up This Season With Its Spring Gala
Saturday, 05/09/2015 – 07:00 pm – 09:00 pm
1503FairyDoll-posterMaria Alecia Izturriaga
3385 NE 188th Street,
Aventura, Florida 33180
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Cost: $ 30

With a magnificent and colorful spectacle the Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida closes its seventeenth season. Its traditional Spring Gala will include the return of Vladimir Issaev’s exciting neo-classical ballet Shostakovich Suites and Vicente Nebrada’s sensous work, Pentimento. The Spring Gala is part of the Broward County Centennial Celebration.

Shostakovich Suites is an exhilarating choreographic piece by Vladimir Issaev, inspired by the music of this Russian composer who was a revolutionary in contemporary composition while suffering the brutal despotism toward talented artists during Stalin’s era. The piece brings all the excitement of the neo-classical dance combined with the extraordinary skills of the Issaev’s dancers at Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida.

Pentimento, created by renowned choreographer Vicente Nebrada, includes excerpts from Johann Sebastian Bach’s Four Suites for Orchestra. Pentimento, a pivotal piece of his repertoire, is a bold, abstract work that is based on the art form of painting of the same name. The artist changes his mind about the composition of his painting during the process, and then changes it. This approach is also applied to ballet: the dance and costumes change throughout the performance. Using masks, floating fabrics and dense lighting, the piece is developed with the presentation of different characters who dance and show the genius of Nebrada. Adding to mystical effects is original costuming by Cristina Gianinni.

These pieces will be performed by the professional dancers of the company where principals Hirofumi Ikeuchi, Lillian Hill, Ramil Bagmanov, Takayuki Asai and Aya Baba have the responsibilities of the main roles. The program showcases the extraordinary skills of Vladimir Issaev’s dancers.

Easter Sunday Brunch at CORSAIR by scott conant 4/5/15

Easter Sunday Brunch at CORSAIR by scott conant
Sunday, 04/05/2015 – 11:30 am – 03:00 pm
19999 W Country Club Dr,
Aventura, Florida 33180
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Cost: Varies

Food Network’s Chef Scott Conant has prepared a special Easter Sunday brunch at CORSAIR by Scott Conant in Turnberry Isle Miami. Spend your holiday enjoying a fun-filled day with great food, music, and an Easter egg hunt for the kids!
CORSAIR’s Easter Egg hunt that will take place in the Chef Garden Lawn. Your family will also spend time decorating cookies at 10 a.m. and meeting the Easter Bunny at the beginning of our egg hunt at 11 a.m.
A special holiday menu will also be available. For reservations and additional information, please contact 786-279-6800 or visit

USHMM: Some Were Wives, Some Were Mothers: Female Perpetrators during the Holocaust 3/21/15

USHMM: Some Were Wives, Some Were Mothers: Female Perpetrators during the Holocaust
Thursday, 03/19/2015 – 03/19/2015 07:00 pm –
Aventura Turnberry Jewish Center
20400 NE 30th Ave,
Aventura, Florida 33180
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Cost: Free

Former Museum fellow Wendy Lower challenges the traditional picture of Germany’s women holding down the home front. In her compelling book, “Hitler’s Furies: German Women in the Nazi Killing Fields,” she reveals new evidence that places them directly in the maelstrom of war: looting, plundering and even killing.

Learn about a generation of women swept up in the feverish nationalism of the Nazi party, many of whom traveled east with the expanding “frontier” –where they witnessed and participated in exploitation, persecution and murder.

Miami Dance Festival 2015 4/4/15 – 5/24/15

Miami Dance Festival
April & May 2015
Various Locations

April 4 at 2:00 p.m. & 8:00 p.m.
Colony Theater
1040 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
General Admission $25 in advance, $30 day of show. Students & Seniors $15. Groups of 10 or more $12.
Festival Opening Event
Momentum Dance Company Spring Season Premiere. Guest Artist Dr. Alan Ngim, piano. World Premieres by Artistic Director Delma Iles and dancer Emily Noe, plus Anna Sokolow’s historic Poems of Scriabin, and Not Go Gently, Untitled.

April 14 at 6:00 p.m.
Lecture and Performance by the Carolyn Dorfman Dance Company,
Miami Dade College Wolfson Campus
300 NE Second Avenue
Building 6, 4th floor
Miami, FL 33132
Free Admission.
co-sponsored by Miami Dade College Wolfson Campus Department of Arts and Philosophy, titled Art and Legacy/The Power of Art to Transform Lives

April 18 at 8:00 p.m.
Aventura Arts and Cultural Center
3385 NE 188th Street
Tickets $25, Preferred tickets $40, VIP Tickets $70, Students with valid ID $12.
Carolyn Dorfman Dance Company Florida Premiere of Interior Designs, a work where art and technology meet to create an unforgettably human experience. The evening also includes Narcoleptic Lovers – Guest choreographer’s Doug Elkins’ electric and, often hilarious, full company work and The Klezmer Sketch in which Dorfman mines the exuberant, yet soulful quality of Klezmer music that inspires her exploration of the Jewish gesture, expression, ritual, character and values.

April 19 at 2:00 PM
13124 West Dixie Highway
North Miami
General Admission $20, Students and Seniors $10.
PAN Choreographers at Work. Ballet Flamenco La Rosa, The Dance Now! Ensemble, Tango Axis, Atma Dance, Momentum Dance Company and independent choreographers share the bill in this celebration of dance in South Florida.

April 29 at 6:00 p.m.
Coral Gables Public Library
3443 Segovia Street
Coral Gables
Free Admission
Delma Iles, Rob “Wild Boar” Moore, Ilisa Rosal, Marilyn Skow Artists in Collaboration panel and brief performances.

Miami Dance Festival Family Day
May 9 at 11:00 a.m.
Coral Gables Public Library
3443 Segovia Street
Coral Gables
Free Admission
Children’s Library Series, Part IV. Alice in Wonderland

May 9 at 2:00 p.m.
Miami Beach Branch Library
227 22nd Street
Miami Beach
Free Admission
Miami Beach Children’s Series, Part IV. Alice in Wonderland

May 14 at 7:00 p.m.
St. John’s on the Bay
4945 Pinetree Drive
Miami Beach
Free Admission
Arts at St. John’s On the Lake United Methodist Church, a collaborative improvisational program with Guest Artist J.J. Freire, percussionist.

May 21 at 7:00 p.m.
National Hotel pool deck
1655 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach
Free Admission
An Evening of Water Ballet. Premiere of a new water ballet, plus the showing of Etude.

May 23 & 24 at 3:00 p.m. & 8:00 p.m.
Miami-Dade County Auditorium
2800 West Flagler Street
Ticket prices $25-$50, Students and Seniors $12.
Festival Closing Event
Ballet Flamenco La Rosa in the World Premiere of a new Flamenco dance drama by Ilisa Rosal featuring live music and guest artists from Spain.

This Spring, Miami Dance Festival celebrates its 12th anniversary, kicking off Saturday, April 4, 2015 with two performances by Momentum Dance Company at the Colony Theater in Miami Beach. Established by the Founder & Artistic Director of Momentum Dance Company, Delma Iles, the Festival announces this year’s artistic works to be a joint effort of her company and other dance companies such as Carolyn Dorfman Dance from New York City and Ballet Flamenco La Rosa from Miami. Their combined mission is to move and inspire attendees with newly choreographed performances in addition to the classics.

This season’s Festival promises an intriguing selection of dance companies and dance styles including modern dance, water ballet, a family day, a community dance event, as well as panel discussions and a film screening, and, a Festival staple and audience favorite, Flamenco dance. All age groups can participate and many events offer complimentary admission.

Carolyn Dorfman Dance known for its athleticism, dramatic nuance, and musical range, returns to the Festival (they previously performed in 2007) with the Southeastern U.S. premiere of Dorfman’s highly acclaimed Interior Designs, as well as The Klezmer Sketch and Narcoleptic Lovers by Doug Elkins. The company will also give a free lecture/performance at Miami Dade College, Wolfson Campus titled Art and Legacy/The Power of Art to Transform Lives.

Delma Iles will herself premiere a new work in the Festival’s opening event – Momentum Dance Company’s Spring Season at the Colony Theater: Birds of the Inner Eye. “The works contain a delicate spiritual quality while also managing to be strictly disciplined which resonates with the soul of this Festival,” explains Iles.

The dance will be performed partially in silence and partially to selections of piano works by French composer Olivier Messiaen, a composer Iles has used several times in the past. The pieces will be played live by Guest Artist Dr. Alan Ngim. The program also includes a new work by veteran dancer Emily Noe, who has been with Momentum for five years. This year, she has created a larger scale piece that experiments with partnering and lifts using the entire dance company. Lastly, the program includes Anna Sokolow’s 1985 work, Poems of Scriabin, created especially for Momentum while she was in Miami. The Festival continues with a showing of dances by independent choreographers hosted by PAN, Performing Arts Network, as part of their 20th Anniversary season.

For a rousing finale, the Festival chose the World Premiere of El Padre, a new flamenco dance drama by Miami-based Ballet Flamenco La Rosa founded by Artistic Director, and acclaimed choreographer Ilisa Rosal. Rosal has made an international name for herself by taking flamenco into dramatic narrative using important literary works as a point of departure. El Padre is inspired by August Strindberg’s “The Father.” The performance features live music and guest artists from Spain, and Sweden, the birthplace of the playwright, collaborating to create this groundbreaking new work as part of their 30th Anniversary season. The passion and drama of this classic story, rooted in Nineteenth Century class and gender struggles, unite with Flamenco guitar, singing and dance to create unforgettable theater magic.

Miami Dance Festival is made possible with support from: the National Endowment for the Arts, the Florida Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Arts Council, the Children’s Trust, the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Mayor and Board of County Commissioners, the City of Miami Beach and the Miami Beach Cultural Affairs Council, the City of Coral Gables and the Coral Gables Arts Council, Citizens Interested in Arts, WLRN Public Radio, the Miami-Dade County Public Library System, Miami Dade College, Wolfson Campus Department of Art and Philosophy, PAN, the Miami Beach Cinematheque, the National Hotel.

GBS The Beauty Store Hosts Aventura Customer Appreciation Day 2/26/15

GBS The Beauty Store Hosts Aventura Customer Appreciation Day
Thursday, 02/26/2015 – 09:00 am – 07:00 pm
GBS-LogoGBS The Beauty Store
18545 W. Dixie Highway,
Aventura, Florida 33180
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Cost: Free

There’s no time like the present to revamp your tired beauty routine, update your look and finally find the solutions to all your beauty problems and concerns. GBS The Beauty Store in Aventura is hosting its annual Customer Appreciation Day on Thursday, February 26th from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Customers can get advice and how-to’s from the top beauty brands and take advantage of 20% off the entire store.

Beauty junkies can tune-up their tresses with complimentary deep conditioning treatments by L’anza and Rene Furterer, revive their hundred-watt smiles with gratis teeth whitening demos by Supersmile or get glowing at GLOMINERALS’ exclusive “Master the Art of Glowing Skin” how-to’s.

In addition to a full day of complimentary services and demos, shoppers will enjoy major gifts with purchase and free samples from the most recognized and respected brands in the industry including:

• Free Foreo Luna mini with the purchase of the Luna, NuFace Trinity or Quasar facial device ($139 retail value).
• Free full-size OI/Body Balm with a $75 Davines purchase.
• Free Satin Serum with a $75 Living Proof purchase.
• Free travel-size Candlenut Body Crème with a $30 Juara Skincare purchase.
• Free Express Tan with a $25 Tan Towel purchase.
• Free Gleam lip gloss with the purchase of a Body Radiance or Radiance Dust.

Shoppers will also enjoy complimentary consultations from the most recognized and respected brands in the industry including Davines, Mio Skincare, Murad, OPI, Sexy Hair, Quasar, NuFace, Billy Jealousy, Dermalogica, Rene, Keratage, Palladio and Alfaparf.

Spring Style Out – Instyle and Kelly Saks at Macy’s 2/16/15

Spring Style Out – Instyle and Kelly Saks at Macy’s
Thursday, 02/19/2015 – 02/19/2015 06:00 pm – 08:00 pm
Maycs2_V1Macy’s Aventura Mall
19501 Biscayne Blvd,
Aventura, Florida 33180
Cost: Free

Join InStyle and fashion blogger Kelly Saks as we unveil the top spring trends and celebrate the launch of the Thalia Sodi Collection at Macy’s Aventura.

Cocktails (21+) + Hors D’ oeuvres – DJ Romi Lux – Giveaways – One-on-one styling – Complimentary makeup styling.