The weekend isn’t over after Saturday, so if you still have some energy left in you, head over to Baru Kendall for Resaka Sundays for an epic evening. Drink a little before the work week starts because Happy Hour begins at 4pm and lasts all night long with 50% off drinks. Bring your friends for $14.99 unlimited mimosas from 4pm to 8pm and “Caldo” every hour. If the awesome Latin music isn’t enough to get the good vibes flowing, we offer bottle specials on Aguardiente, Moet and Absolut for $100 all day long to turn things up a little. It’s a great night to end the weekend!
Miami Beach Ciclovía
Sunday, 04/30/2017 – 08:00 am – 01:00 pm
Miami Beach Police Department
1100 Washington Ave,
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
In Partnership with Miami-Dade County Government and Bike305 we present Miami Beach Ciclovía!
We’re ending the month with our fifth #MBCiclovía on Sunday, April 30 by transforming Washington Avenue from 5 to 16 streets into a paved park for people of all ages to stroll, cycle, skateboard, rollerblade and enjoy a new experience and the businesses along Washington Avenue.
– Yoga with Green Monkey Miami Beach
– Pop-Up Park: Eco & Bike Friendly
– Bike ride with the Miami Beach PD Chief @ 10 a.m.
– Learn How to Ride a Bike, Fix-A-Flat, Simple Bike Maintenance & Repair by Mack Cycle & Fitness
– Bike Helmet Fittings & Helmet Giveaways with BikeSafe
– Trail Map Giveaways
– Raffles from Bike305
– Pet Adoption Mobile with Miami-Dade Animal Services
– Fitness Classes with Crunch Fitness – Washington Ave.
– Sound Off™ Speedplay with Sound Off Experience
– Sound Off™ Bike Ride with Sound Off Experience
– Mini Bootcamp with Exhale Spa
– Sing Swim Club T-shirt giveaways
– Miami Beach Fire Department bicycle helmet giveaways
– Warrior Workout/Boot Camp with South Beach Boxing, Est. 1998 – BEST GYM EVER
– Tennis lessons with Miami Beach Tennis Academy
– Zumba with Fitness by Fernando & #MBParks
– Mini Games with World OutGames Miami
– Be in the know, Miami Beach style with Let’s Roam Miami
– Street Performers by Front Yard Theatre Collective
– Face Painters
– DJs & Live Music from Y100 MIAMI and more!
– Grafitti art exhibit with Miami Beach Fire Department
– Bike Valet
– Rock Climbing
– Kids Bike Rodeo with BikeSafe
– Food Trucks: Virgo Bomb, Matilde, Cold Brew Station, and The Melted Scoop
– Miami Dade County’s Bike305
– Mack Cycle & Fitness
– University of Miami BikeSafe
– Suncycling Cycle & Fitness Shop
– Miami Beach Suncare
– Miami-Dade Animal Services
– Hubert’s Lemonade
– ZICO Coconut Water
– Exhale Spa
– Green Monkey Miami Beach
Washington Avenue from 5 to 16 Streets will be closed to vehicular traffic during this event. For attendees traveling to the event by vehicle, you are encouraged to park at the garages on Collins Avenue at 7, 13 and 16 streets.
Don’t forget your bikes, skates and skateboards and share your photos with us online using the hashtag #MBCiclovía
Kerry Tribe, Exquisite Corpse , 2016, 51 min. Courtesy of the artist and 1301PE, Los Angeles.
Kerry Tribe in conversation with Franklin Sirmans, Director of Perez Art Museum Miami and Ximena Caminos, Artistic Director and Chair, Faena Art.
Celebrate International Jazz Day in Collins Park with Vivian Sessoms
Sunday, 04/30/2017 – 04:00 pm – 07:00 pm
2100 Collins Ave,
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
April 30, 4-7 PM: The Global Arts Project, Inc. and the Collins Park Neighborhood Association celebrate International Jazz Day with a FREE performance by vocalist Vivian Sessoms. Dr. Ed Calle’s student jazz ensemble will open the afternoon, and there will be a farmer’s market courtesy of the Market Company.
Vivian Sessoms has been a featured vocalist for several artists, including Chris Botti (Jazz trumpeter), Harold Mabern (legendary jazz pianist), Eric Benet, Will Downing, Towa Tei (Dee-Lite), Ryuichi Sakamoto (Japanese composer), David Morales (DJ), Junior Vazquez (DJ), Mads Baerentzen (jazz pianist), and Rob Thomas (Matchbox 20), and has toured worldwide with these artists and others
“A POWERHOUSE!” (Quincy Jones)
“She blew the roof off!” (Nick Ashford)
“It is always such a fantastic surprise when a new artist comes to Feinstein’s and just blows the roof off with their talent”. Jessica Poli (Feinsteins at Loews Regency)
The concert is in Collins Park (behind the Bass Museum) at 2100 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. For More information call (305) 332-2623.
The organizers are especially grateful to our presenting sponsor, W Hotel and Residences.
Inside the Box: Fernando Calzadilla Duologue With A Painting
Friday, 04/28/2017 – 04/30/2017 08:00 pm – 09:30 pm
Miami Theater Center, The Sandbox
9816 NE 2nd Avenue,
Miami Shores, Florida 33138
Painting the same image for more than 3 decades, Fernando Calzadilla unveils his work at the Sandbox. For the first-time Calzadilla exhibits a selection of his paintings. In addition, he will perform Duologue with a Painting, an interactive performance that reflects on Calzadilla’s performance art work and his paintings. During the performance, Calzadilla’s Painting will discuss his views on aesthetics, philosophy, art, and any other subject participants ask about. Performances on Friday April 28 & Saturday 29, 2017 at 8:00pm Exhibition Friday April 28, Saturday 29, and Sunday 30 2017 from 2:00 pm to 7:00pm.
Max Boot Lecture – Israel’s Search for Security: From 1948 to Today.
Sunday, 04/30/2017 – 04:00 pm – 05:00 pm
Temple Israel of Greater Miami
137 NE 19th Street,
Miami, Florida 33132
Max Boot, the Jeane J. Kirkpatrick Senior Fellow in National Security Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations, will be the featured speaker as part of the Dr. Bernard & Jeanette Gordon Halperin Memorial Lecture Series. Mr. Boot will appear on Sunday, April 30, 2017 at 4:00pm in the Abess Sanctuary at Temple Israel.
A frequent guest on MSNBC, Max Boot is an independent thinker who writes prolifically about history, defense strategy, and foreign affairs. Mr. Boot is far more than an accomplished historian. He is engaged in current foreign policy challenges and debates.
He is frequently called upon to advise national leaders with respect to defense and foreign policy matters. Most recently, he served as a foreign policy adviser to Senator Rubio’s 2016 campaign. Previously, Mr. Boot advised Senator John McCain and Mitt Romney. The New York Times has called him, “A master historian,” and The Wall Street Journal has referred to him as, “A penetrating writer and thinker.”
Max Boot is a military historian and foreign-policy analyst who has been called one of the “world’s leading authorities on armed conflict” by the International Institute for Strategic Studies. Max Boot’s latest book—The Road Not Taken: Edward Lansdale and the American Tragedy in Vietnam—is due out in early 2018 from Norton/Liveright. The Jeane J. Kirkpatrick senior fellow in national security studies at the Council on Foreign Relations, Max Boot is the author of three previous, widely acclaimed books: The Savage Wars of Peace: Small Wars and the Rise of American Power (2002), War Made New: Technology, Warfare, and the Course of History, 1500 to Today (2006), and, most recently, the New York Times best-seller Invisible Armies: The Epic History of Guerrilla Warfare from Ancient Times to the Present (2013). Max Boot is also a contributing editor to The Weekly Standard, USA Today, and The Los Angeles Times, a blogger for Commentary, and a regular contributor to The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and many other publications. Max Boot has advised military commanders in Iraq and Afghanistan, and his books have been assigned reading by the military services. Max Boot was a senior foreign policy adviser to John McCain in 2007-2008, a defense policy adviser to Mitt Romney in 2011-2012, and a foreign policy adviser to Marco Rubio in 2015-2016. Max Boot graduated from the University of California, Berkeley (BA, history, 1991) and Yale University (MA, history, 1992). Born in Moscow, he grew up in Los Angeles, and now lives in New York City.
Pups & Pints
Sunday, 04/30/2017 – 12:00 pm – 05:00 pm
Concrete Beach Brewery
325 NW 24th St.,
Miami, Florida 33127
Taking children to the bar might be frowned upon, but no one said anything about FUR children. Fans can bring their pups to Concrete Beach for the ultimate play date while helping other dogs find a forever-home with the help of Paws 4 You, a Miami-based animal rescue. Dishes for Dogs will be on hand to provide brunch for the canines, while Magic Box will be dishing out food for the humans.