Miami New Times 05-05-2016 : Page 18

| music | cafe | film | art | stage | Night+Day | metro | riptide | letters | contents | | MUSIC | CAFE | FILM | ART | STAGE | NIGHT+DAY | METRO | RIPTIDE | LETTERS | CONTENTS | entertain. Since 1991, this two-time Grammy-winning group has given the world hits like “Mr. Wendal,” “Tennessee,” and “People Ev-eryday.” If you’re hungry, there will be great eats to buy, including burgers from Shake Shack and Greek fare from C&R Foods. Clas-sics such as lamb gyros, chicken oregano on a pita, Greek feta salad, souvlaki, and chicken, beef, or veggie hot dogs will tame even the hungriest beast. New Times ’ Brew at the Zoo takes place at Zoo Miami (12400 SW 152nd St., Miami) this Saturday beginning at 7 p.m. for VIP and Brewmaster ticketholders. Tick-ets cost $90 for VIP, $80 for Brewmaster, and $50 for general admission at the gate. Visit newtimesbrewatthezoo.com. LAINE DOSS ▼ THEATER the island from the 1920s to 1950s, the expe-rience continues to the Cinematheque across the street. There, Week-End in Ha-vana , a 1941 musical romance starring Car-men Miranda, will screen. The evening begins with the tour at 5 p.m., followed by the film screening at 6. Admission costs $11 for general admission and $9 for seniors and students; members of the Wolfsonian or the Miami Beach Cinematheque get in free. Call 305-531-1001 or visit wolfsonian.org. CIARA LAVELLE miaminewtimes.com miaminewtimes.com ▼ MOTHER’S DAY You know who gets too much credit? Kate Middleton. Sure, she’s pretty. Of course she’s poised and smart. And yeah, she struggled through some Category 5 morning sickness to produce two supercute kids. But Princess If you’re an actor, you go to Los Angeles. If you Kate ain’t got nothing on your mom, who want a job in tech, head to Silicon Valley. But if you’re a writer searching for inspiration, there’s rocks platform heels, makes the meanest no better place than South Florida. From wide-Cuban coffee, and somehow wrangled you and your hermanos into semi-upstanding reaching tales of crime and corruption to citizens here in the wilds of Miami — all wacky “Florida Man” mishaps, greater stories without the help of any highly vetted Brit-can’t be found anyplace else. That’s what ish supernannies. If anyone deserves to makes Lip Service , Miami’s long-running live be treated like a princess this Mother’s storytelling event now hosted by Miami Book Day, it’s your mom. So Fair International, differ-GET OUR FREE APP book a table at Madi’s ent from similar perfor-SCAN THIS CODE WITH YOUR Tea Garden Tea Room mances in other cities. In iPHONE OR ANDROID (4009 SW 152nd Ave., the past, locals have FOR MORE EVENTS OR VISIT: miaminewtimes.com Miami) for this Sunday’s shared tales about the per-ils of giving oneself a man-Mother’s Day High Tea . icure while driving — typical Miami behavior The traditional tea room offers a special — and the struggles of trying to save a rooster menu of roast turkey and summer squash that served as a mascot for a local biker club. casserole alongside high-tea staples such The stories in this Saturday’s lineup, cohosted as scones and finger sandwiches. Plus, by Esther Martinez and Nicholas Garnett, each guest will enjoy two specially selected range from laugh-out-loud funny to somber loose teas. And it all takes place in a room and poignant. Topics include an African exor-with ladies’ hats hung on the wall, where cism, excessive body hair, teenage mother-the tables have tablecloths and doilies. You hood, and even the Fonz. Lip Service takes know, fancy stuff. Tickets to Mother’s Day place at the Miracle Theatre (280 Miracle Mile, High Tea at Madi’s cost $39.99 and must be Coral Gables). The show runs from 7 to 9 p.m., purchased in advance. Call 786-801-0668 and tickets cost $15. Call 305-444-9293 or visit or visit madisteagarden.com. CIARA LAVELLE lipservicestories.com. CIARA LAVELLE THE ROYAL TREATMENT ONLY IN MIAMI SUN ▼ FILM ▼ MUSIC 5/8 TWIN TINGS 18 18 As U.S. travel reopens to Cuba after half a century, increasing numbers of Americans are planning trips to the island. But you don’t need a passport to experience Cuban culture — especially locally. From the store-fronts of Little Havana to the streets of Hia-leah, Cuba casts its colorful, rhythmic, highly caffeinated shadow across all of Mi-ami-Dade. And now the Wolfsonian (1001 Washington Ave., Miami Beach) is partner-ing with Miami Beach Cinematheque (1130 Washington Ave., Miami Beach) to celebrate that cultural crossover. The Havana Nights Film Series , kicking off Sunday, aims to show off the best in film and art inspired by Cuba. The evening begins with a guided tour of the Wolf’s new exhibit, “Promising Paradise: Cuban Allure, American Seduction.” After a survey of photos, posters, and items of pro-paganda depicting Cuba as a tropical para-dise, creating a flood of American tourists to PARAISO CUBANO So, you’re still freaking out over Beyoncé’s surprise masterpiece “Lemonade,” but you don’t know what else to consume. You need more, but you couldn’t get into her Miami concert — or maybe you did and it only made the craving worse. Good thing the Ibeyi twins are coming to cast magic spells at the North Beach Bandshell (7275 Collins Ave., Miami Beach) this Sunday. Pronounced “ee-bay-ee,” these actual twinsies are conjuring musi-cal madness at the interstellar intersection of organic history and futuristic funk. The sisters draw from a myriad of influences, reaching into their colorful roots to merge English, French, and Yoruban (that means “of the people” in southwestern Nigeria) sounds, rhythms, instrumentations, and stylings. Throw in a modern tinge of elec-tronic drum machines and lush, romantic vocals, and you’ve got yourself a hit band. It’s a compelling and mysterious sound. The show begins at 7 p.m. Sunday with an opening set from local band Afrobeta. Tickets cost $25.26 to $30.53. Call 305-672-5202 or visit rhythmfoundation.com/nbs. See page 36 for more about Ibeyi. KAT BEIN MiaMi New TiMes M ay 5-M ay 11, 2016 M ONTH XX–M ONTH XX, 2008 MIAMI NEW TIMES

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