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1 Miami Dade College Friday, September 21,2012 The Daily News Clippings Miami Dade College Office of Media Relations 300 N.E. Second Ave., Suite 1350 Miami,Fl Tel Fax Get the latest Moe news on and

2 JUDY'S NOTEBOOK: OPPORTUNITY NATION 0> PBS NEWSHOUR Tw t ' 0 I:l submit If you're down in the dumps and in need of something to lift your spirits, tune in to the work being highlighted this week at the OppOrtunity Nation Summit. The word "opportunity" has been used and abused for as long as 1can remember, but in this case it rings true. The summit is a gathering of young people from disadvantaged backgrounds from au over the country, and adults representing some 250 organizations are dedicated to matching them up with schooling and a job to help them realize their dreams. Often heard around the summit, held in Washington, DC this year, was the phrase: "You're not defined by your zip code." If you had dropped by Lisner Auditorium at George Washington Universi ty Wednesday, you would have run into the likes of Dorothy Stoneman, passionate founder of Youth BUild, Inc. in 1978, and every bit as energetic and committed to the cause of finding a place in American society for disconnected youth toda y as she was )4 years ago. Having expanded into 27) communities across the nation, Stoneman speaks with urgency about the 6.7 miuion young people today, ages 16 to 24, who are not in school or employed. She and the other leaders at the summit cite a statistic that's tough to hear in the country we au love so much : Today, only six percent of children born to parents at the bottom of the income scale make it to the top. The reality is made worse, they say, "by the fact that nearly two"thirds of the jobs in today's economy are middle- and high-skiu positions, and the American workforce has fewer than half the number of qualified candidates needed to fiu those posi tions." The organizers are in a hurry to do something to change this, and they brought together young people with adults in positions to help: politicians from Florida Republican Senator Marco Rubio to Iowa Democratic Senator Tom Harkin; educators like Dr. Eduardo Padron, president of Miami Dade CoUege and Dr. Diana Natalicio, president of the University of Texas at Et Paso; and business people like David Nagel, executive vice president of BP North America (also active in the Boy Scouts), Meg Garlinghouse of Linkedln and Cheryl Oldham of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. I was pri vileged to take part in a discussion with these business representatives, who told the young audience what their companies and organizations are doing to bring more "disconnected" young people into their midst. They talked about the skills gap and urged the audience to spread the word that openings exist. The youthful audience seemed to be au ears, given the latest unemployment report showing more than ZZ percent of 16 to 19 year olds are unemployed, while figures for African-American and Latino youth are even higher. As Opportunity Nation seeks "to rebuild the ladder of economic mobility in America," it's remarkable to see that a recent survey of young oeople facing tough challenges to forward advancement are optimistic about their future. Almost three in four said they are very confident that they will be able to achieve their goals In life. If these young Americans, who have faced serious obstacles such as broken families and hardships in getting an education, are hopeful -- how can the rest of us let them down? : SUPPORT,YOUR,9> ~ ;'LOCAl STATION MORE STORIES WS KG-TV Public File - WS KA PubliC File - Contact Us wvv. wskg. org/pbs/judys-notebook-{)ppo rtunty-naton 1/1

3 THE MIAMI HERALD I r~ iamihera ld,c o m H3 FRiDAY, SEPTEiVlBER 21, 2012 {,~'~~, ' ' ':",'",~ PICK OF THE WEEK. '~,.' '","", '.:.' -..,. :: :"" 7... ' "FANS. FOREVER".'. ".' In 1943; OJban artists' like Wlfredo lam, Rene PortocarTero, Mariano Ro.drigoez, Mario -Carreno. Cundo Berrnli- " del, (alios Enrk!uez imd ~Upe Orlando'used their aitistic skills to beautify fans t,at would eventually :b o exhi.b- ' t~ed and auction~ off to raise funds to.help restore Santa Maria del Rosario, an 18th-centurY-church in Havana ",that had fallen into disr.epair. Sixty.-nine years Iqt~r, the MDC M~um of Art + Design(600 Bistayne Blv:d.! M'i a m ~) brinqsjegether many of the: same Cubalil:artists fora similar show, The. exhibit, Fans forever, features 50 fans. paint~qby Cuban masters like 'LClnl, CunpoBermu,dez, Pedro,6e Oraa y'romas Sanchel(all pictured) and will be "', on. display through Nov. 2, The museum'is open noon-5 pm. Friday and;'saturday".'.',..', ".' ~ : '.' ;'".. ~

4 t2l!i~q.apitol, Sept. 20 I September 20,2012 I The News Servee of Fklrda I HT Polites SHARE Facebook Tvtilter Google Buzz OigS - "I Stumble Upon RSS Feed ; Print This Page On Tap in the Capitol, Sept. 20 By The Ne-w!i ServIce of Florida, Herald-Tr1bune CLEMENCY: The governor and Cabinet meet as the Clemency Board for several hours this morning. It's Gov. Rick Scott's only public meeting today. (9 a.m., Cabinet Room, the Capitol.) PSC WORKSHOP ON SMART METERING: The Florida Public Service Commission staff will conduct a workshop on Thursday to gather information concerning technical issues about the design, installation, and use of smart meters in the state, as well as the jurisdiction of state and federal agencies. Public comment will be taken. (9:30 a.m., Betty Easley Conference Center, Room 148, 4075 Esplanade Way, Tallahassee.) SUPREME COURT OPINIONS: The Florida Supreme Court releases opinions. (11 a.m., The Capitol.) PSC SHOWCASES AFV: The Public Service Commission holds an event meant to show off alternative fuel vehicles featuring cars, buses, and trucks powered by electricity, natural gas, propane, and biofuels. Presentations by manufacturers and power producers will highlight the benefits, costs, and infrastructure needed to make them a reality. (1 p.m., Lively Technical Center, 500 N. Appleyard Dr., Tallahassee.) AROUND THE STATE CITIZENS' BOARD TALKS RATES IN MIAMI: The Citizens' Property Insurance Corp. board holds a public rate hearing in Miami. Citizens is seeking as statewide average increase of 11.1 percent for coastal policy holders and 12 percent for members of the PIA, the insurer's fastest growing sector of coverage. (4 p.m., Miami Dade College, Chapman Center Room 3210, 300 NE 2nd Ave., Miami.) AMERICAN COMMUNTIY SURVEY RESULTS: The Census Bureau on Thursday plans to release 2011 American Community Survey estimates covering trends in income, poverty, health insurance, education, commuting, employment, mortgage status and rent. Estimates will be available by state, Congressional district, metropolitan area, counties and places with 65,000 or more people. CAMPAIGNS SUNCOAST TIGER BAY: The Suncoast Tiger Bay Club in St. Petersburg hosts House District 68 candidates, Republican Frank Farkas and Democrat Dwight Dudley, and House District 69 candidates Kathleen Peters, a o lites. heratltrib u ne.com/ /09/20/0 n -tap -in -the-capito ~sept-2 0/ 1/2

5 fllll,"h2apitol, Sept. 20 I September 20, 2012 I The News Servee of Fk:Jrda I HT Polites Republican, and Democrat Josh Shulman in an hour-long forum. (11:30 a.m. St. Petersburg Yacht Club, 11 Central Ave, St. Petersburg.) ROMNEY PUBLIC EVENT IN SARASOTA: Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney holds a campaign rally in Sarasota. (3:30 p.m., Ringling Art Museum, 5401 Bay Shore Rd., Sarasota.) BENACQUISTO FUNDRAISER: Senate District 30 candidate Lizbeth Benacquisto raises money. (5:30 p.m., Suncoast Beverage, 2996 Hanson St., Fort Myers.) PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES RAISE MONEY: Both President Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney are raising money in Florida tonight, Obama at the home of Lisa DeBartolo in Tampa and Romney at the homes of Chris Cline and Ambassador AI Hoffman, both in North Palm Beach. La (modified: Sepfember 20,2012 All right re er ed. Thl (opi'riglhed malerial mol' not be publi hed wilhour perm! ion Link are encouraged. SIMILAR STORIES,'j '--1 ' -, II I ', ' I!,I _ ii IIi On Tap in the On Tap in the On Tap in the On Tap in the Capitol, Sept. 19 Capitol, Sept. 18 Capitol, Sept. 17 Capitol, Sept You might like : , Readers sound of( on Sar;)sota GOP's cho1ce of Donald Trun,:> as keynote speaker (HT Poutics I Saraota Political News Coverage, Loc al, State, National) On Tap in the Capitol, July U (HT Poutics 1 Saraota Political News Coverage, Loca, State, Nationat) On Tap in the Capltot, Sept, 19 (HT Politics I Saraota Poutical News Coverage, Local, State, Nationa~ A look into the haunting, green-eyed gaze that captivated the wo(1d '(5e fecced fo r you b,t' our pon or ) (SnagFilms) olitics. herakltrib u n e, co m/ /09/20/0 n -tap-in -th e-capitoi-sept-2 0/ 2/2

6 fejdi,i3 2at the Capitol for Thursday, Sept. 20 I Tallahassee Democrat I tallahassee.com HL OJ J\5Slftf 1l..1 JOBS CARS HOtviES RENTALS DATING L.OU IN SUBSCRIBE Hcn'dd--:- F. N['t/S F' "F':'R Hil P FE/,TlIfiED: Tablet sile Chamber Conference NoleSports Restauranllnspectlons TlH rvbms, Find w hat you are looking for... SEARCH ADVER nsnjh.. r Today at the Capitol for Thursday, Sept. 20 8'25 AM. Sep I Cor1'Y1'l!nls Recorrrrend Be the first of your friends to recorrrrend this. Recorrrrend TWill ' 0 Wrllton by Democrat staff and wire repor ts FilED UNDER Caprlol News CLEMENCY: The governor and Cabinet meet as the Clemency Board for several hours this morning. It's Gov. Rick Scott's only public meeting today. (9 a.m., Cabinet Room, the CapitoL) SUPREME COURT OPINIONS: PSC WORKSHOP ON SMART METERING: The Florida Public Service Commission staff will conduct a workshop on Thursday to gather information concerning technical issues about the design, installation, and use of smart meters in the state, as we ll as the jurisdiction of state and federal agencies. Public comment will be taken. (9:30 a.m., Betty Easley Conference Center, Room 148,4075 Esplanade Way, Tallahasse e.) The Florida Supreme Court releases opinions. (11 a.m., The CapitoL) PSC SHOWCASES AFV: The Public Service Commission holds an event meant to show off alternative fue l vehicles featuring cars, buses, and trucks powered by electricity, natural gas, propane, and biofuels. Presentations by manufacturers and power producers will highlight the benefits, cosls, and infrastructure needed to make them a reality. (1 p.m., Lively Technical Center, 500 N. Appleya rd Dr., Tallahassee.) AROUND THE STATE I AOvfRTlSEMl-N T Most Popula r Mos! Commenled More Headlines FSU commitment gives up football 2 FSU running game will be key on Saturday 3 Man killed in Ashville Highway crash identified.:1. Tallah assee's top leaders honored at Leadership Tallahassee awards 5 FAMU student body representatives vow 'we will end hazing ' Most Viewed ADS BY PULSE Shocking Tip To Kill Belly Fat C rrizens' BOARD TALKS RATES IN MIAMI: The Citizens' Property AdChOlces t,.. Celeb"ly Doclor Reveals 1 Simple Trick To lose 271bs This Summer Onll necons um erli res lyles.co m Insurance Corp. board holds a public ra te hearing in Miami. Citizens is seeking as statewide average increase of 11.1 percent for coastal policy holders and 12 percent for members of the PLA, the insurer's fa stest ww. tallahassee.com/v iewart/ /CAPITOLNEW 5/ /Today -Cap ito ~Thu rsday -Sept Andrew Gillum we lcomes Michelle Obama to Taltahassee Sep /3

7 r0aj,1l 2at the Capitol for Thursday, Sept. 20 I Tal~hassee Democrat I tal~hassee.com Register to Vote - Obama growing sector of coverage. (4 pm., Miami Did )Qu m ove recenlly? Update your ",ter registration. Dade College, Chapman Center Room 3210, Get Started Now Learn more NE 2nd Ave., Miami.) Overstock Laptops: $27.81 Get a new Laptop lor $ limit One Per Customer. AMERICAN COMMUNITY SURVEY Grab Yours Now. RESULTS: The Census Bureau on Thursday Get details... plans to release 2011 American Community Survey estimates covering trends in income, poverty, health insurance, education. commuting, employment, mortgage status and rent. Estimates will be available by state, Congressional district, metropolitan area, counties and places with 65,000 or more people. CAMPAIGNS PHOTO GALLERIES This VII eek 's Obituaries Felony arrest Sept. 19 Shop At Navarro.com Shop Today & Take Advantage Of 10% Off Online Orders. Use Code GIVE101 WYlIN.Nava rro.com SUNCOAST TIGER BAY: The Suncoast Tiger Bay Club in St. Petersburg hosts House District 68 candidates, Republican Frank Farkas and Democrat Dwight Dudley, and House District 69 candidates Kathleen Peters, a Republican, and Democrat Josh Shulman in an hour-long forum. (11 :30 a.m. St. Petersburg Yacht Club, 11 Central Ave, SI. Petersburg.) ROMNEY PUBLIC EVENT IN SARASOTA: Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney holds a campaign rally in Sarasota. (3:30 p.m, Ringling Art Museum, 5401 Bay Shore Rd., Sarasota.) BENACQUISTO FUND RAISER: Senate District 30 candidate Lizbeth Benacquisto raises money. (5 :30 p.m., Suncoast Beverage, 2996 Hanson St., Fort Myers.) PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES RAISE MONEY Both President Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney are raising money in Florida tonight, Obama at the home of Lisa DeBartolo in Tampa and Romney at the homes of Chris Cline and Ambassador AI Hoffman, both in North Palm Beach. View Comments I Share your thoughts» TOP VIDEO PICKS YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED IN SPONSORED LINKS selec ted by Taboola First lady urging you ngsters to vo le 5(lr 17.?al l One lane open on 1-10 E after fatal accident (Tallaha ssee.c om) State clashes with the feds (Tallahassee.com) Update: Missing girl found (Tallahassee com) Update: Student facing 12 felony charges after selling fake football tickets (Tallahassee.com) Today at the Capitol for Thursday, Sept. 13 (Tallahassee.com) Economic Crisis Coming After Election. Warns Jim Rogers (Iv'oney Mlrning) Why Hillary Clinton Won't Be at Democratic Convention (The F,sca t Tirres) U.S.-Japan Missile Defense Cooperation Comes With Risks (World Fbliltcs Review ) Obamas' Strong Marriage Produces White House Drama, Dysfunction (Bloorrberg.com) Today at the Capitol for Tuesday, CNN's Fareed Zakaris Talks Arab Andrew Gillum welcomes Michelle Obama to Sept. 18 (Taltahass ee.com) Spring with Jon Steward. (The $gpo iii 2012 Daily Show with Jon Slew art) \tlvern~eve NT $100,000 income: No big deal anymore (Bani<Ia te.com) ww. tal~hassee.com/v iewart/ O/CAPITOLNEW 5/ IToday -Capito~Thu rsday -Sept /3

8 '21/12 Two prominent Manatee County nonprofits celebrate milestone anniversaries I Bradenton Herald Editori... Bradenton Herald Next Story> Miami Herald editorial: Florida violating sick, disabled children's rights Two. oro min.enttmanatee. Countv nonprofits celeorate miles one annlversarres Published: September 21,2012 Charles Clapsaddle, station manager for Manatee Educational Television, recognizes members of his production crew after being presented with the Community Service Award during the 2012 Annual Freedom Fund and Awards Banquet for the Manatee County Branch NAACP at Bradenton Municipal Auditorium Tuesday. PAUL VIDELAlBradenton Herald Photo By BRADENTON HERALD EDITORIAL Two organizations that play key roles in the community's social fabric and civic engagement celebrate milestone anniversaries this week -- Meals on Wheels PLUS on Sept. 21 and Manatee Educational Television on Sept. 22. Both began operations with modest offerings but both have grown to become indispensable to Manatee County. Forty years after its first delivery of only a dozen meals to the homebound, disabled and elderly, Meals on Wheels today sends out about 1,100 meals daily -- just one of its missions. The nonprofit agency also operates the Food Bank of Manatee, Renaissance on 9th, Daybreak Adult Day Center and Senior Wheels. Today, the organization is hosting open houses at three Bradenton locations. W W.bradenton.com/20 12/09/ 21/ /tw o-prom inent-m ana tee-county -nonprofits. html

9 '21/12 Two prominent Manatee County nonprofit;; celebrate milestone anniversaries I Bradenton Herald Editori... METV went on the air with a back-to-school and some telecourses. Today, preparing for Satu sold-out 20th ann the nonprofit more than 30 programs each month, focusing on ucational, cultural and community issues. In the beginning, the station on material from Manatee County School Board, Manatee Community College and the University of South Florida as its partners. METV also struggled with funding during its first few as county commissioners cut its appropriation from cable television fee down to nothing in At that time, the county was also paying its own channel. METV board in 1 a that continues to allow residents convenience of watching their elected officials in action from their own homes. and other official government proceedings now air as well, a boon to citizen forums organized and moderated by the Bradenton have also been an for years, giving voters an look at their options on the ballot this valuable public and METV entertainment and documentaries -- none better than the 2010 feature "Through the Tunnel." Produced by METV station manager Charles Clapsaddle, the film on the all-black Lincoln football team's critical role in Manatee County public school integration he production won the Best Historical Documentary Award at the Miami International certainly a high point for the entire Clapsaddle and his werkhorse crew can be found all over Manatee County filming various residents with a spectrum of that reveals much about our community. providing Meals on Wheels PLUS found success with the establishment of Manatee County's first senior citizens four years ago, the big, beautiful building houses the Senior Enrichment Center, the 9th Generations Shop, Turner Ballroom, catering services and more. Then, feeding -- through Meals on Wheels, the Food Bank and the -- is an too. As Herald column Vin Mannix so adeptly portrayed in his Meals on Wheels article Wednesday, the nonprofit has grown exponentially over four decades -- from twe then to the current volunteers and $8 million Kudos to METV and Meals and Wheels PLUS for all you to make a And happy anniversary. Meals on Wheels of Manatee will hold open houses from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday at the nonprofit's headquarters, rd Ave. E.; Adult Day Center, th S1. Court E., and Renaissance on 9th, 1816 Ninth S1. W. The public is invited. Back to Top < Previous Story EDITORIAL I Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac become more necessary than evil Next Story> w W. brade nton. comj2012/09j21/ jtw o-prom inent-manatee-county -nonprofit;;. htm I

10 H ';. D~ArHS I I LOVED TOPLAY SANTA: PHOTOS BY PAT~IC K FA~~al/MIAMI HE~AlD STAFF A TOUR OF THE RIVER: Capt jim Ratican showed a Capt Jim Ratican. 1'-1iami Herald re po~te( around in l\1iaml River tow boat captain loved manatees BY ELINOR J, BRECHER iherald.com Miami River manatees have lost their best fli end, Capt. Jim Ratican, a tugboat operator known along the'urban waterway as "the mayor ofthe Miami River," a passionate env' onmentalist, birdwatcher and seacow orotector, succumbed to he art failure Tuesday in Homestead, where he lived with his sister and brotht'..rin~law, Trish and Mark Yanes. Born James Balfour RaticanJr,on N 11. 5,1946, in St.. Louis, Ratican was 65 and had long suffered from diabetes, his sister said. He'd been a w id ow since his wife, Mary Robinson Ricks Ratican - another animalloving \'free spirit" - died in "He was on the river for 35 years," Trish Yanes said. "He mewevery bridge tender,... He was a great advocate for the manatees. T he picture 011 his phone is a m anatee and its baby. "., His Christm as tree is covered with nautical-themed ornaments. Lots oi manatees." ' The picture on his phone is a manatee and its baby.'.- Trlsh Yanes, Jim Ratican's sister For 18 years, until illne:,.. fo rced him to retire La April, Ratican worked for lvliami-based P&L Towing. His boss, Cap t. Beau.Payne, once a colleague on the river, hired Ratican when he formed his own company. Pavne described Ratican. as "large r than life," kind heru:ted and unforgettable in tropical"w.int shirts and flip-flops.h ~ o.:ould pass for the Grateful Dead's Jerry Garcia, and loved piaying Santa Claus fo r school ki ls and parties, "I know the w orld's a worse place now that be's not in it," Payne said, Most of Ratican's wor!( involved towing ships up and down a 55-mile ~" rd ch of the Miami River, "Mainly, he d,:,o v~ the front boat and I drove Ule backboat," said Payn". "It's a very narrow channel ;{('.d quite difficult. But nm would be out wavin'" and talking to people on the banks. I'd yell at him to get back in the wheelhouse.."he knew evf!ry inch of that river: every boat, every person. He knew the skinny on this guy and the duty on that guy." His friend was perfectly suited for the job, said Payne. He was eve in, h u rry an d e o old handle whatever M other Nalure tossed his way. "On the Miami River, you find yourself in.hese incredible situations, and you have to be a cert. caliber of perso n to do this type of work," Payne said. "It's a differen t kind oflifestyle. One day it's ating the heck out of you with these waves, and an hour later it's the most b autifili thing ever." 'Nl1at "Jim.finl" Rati::an couldn't handle was polluters - he'd c all th e Coast Guard - and the relentless encrnachment of luxu:y high-rises on the river's gritty banks. "He hated::be level p_ ment," Pa~'n ' sad. 'Be ::;aid it 'Nat:.' "ttx,.: lot eof [riveri peop'le out'.j!' work," and creaullg a "wind tu!lnel" effect akng the water. He had panicu!nl' dis dain for the h,lli-'7il1pty towers whe-;e ligh".> on timers offered the illusion of OCcupancy. "It would bed:3s at night and Jim would do a countdown on the radio, and ali the buildii1g t' ets. GulJ go off.".it1 2008, Rati '~ aj:l to k a Miami H erald repor ter writing about r~31 e s~ at,-, for a ride on the river. He "eased back the t:hrot I:ies of the Joseph A. ;;:ugboat as he maneuv~reu upriver througha tightstretch ljned with cargo vessels," the reporter wrote. "In tow, Ratican was h auling the etty K VII, a cargo ship from Nassau." She quoted "the whitebearded cap tain as the mighty tug gromled along the final s tretch west of 27th A.verlue in unincorporated M iami Dade, which houses mosi of the river's ShiPPi>Ag tenninals:" '''Hopefully, they'll leave lius end of the river alone. Ii Cuba ever opens up, this place will be a madhouse. We'll hai,1 shipping everywhere: " In 1992, :Ratican narrated -pat of a Metro-Dade Cable Channel 34 Habitat show on t e river. "You'll learn of the ::on!licts between various interests - residents, bu:;i" nessmeu, laborers, pleasure-boaters and environmen talists - as you glide along the river on Big AI, a tugboat piloted by Capt. Jim Ratican," the Herald wrote. He sometimes got special assig ments guiding boats up the coast to New Englm:.d, and rushed to the G If after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in ~ atican's family settled in Miami.i.n the mid-1950s and helped fou nd St. Brendan Par ish, Trish Yanes said.

11 -.,!;~..)~;..; +i..lgl.-" ",.-... ~.1h.;-, ; Jdi.d ;1Vi<l lilel ;It MiaIDl ~ <ILk COllegE. bc..'l jy!:arru Dade Tu.nior Cullege). Willie wo.ddng J:i 3 lireguad/swim instmctor at x.;.fjg's :S"Y Yacht (3[ COU.!1 :ri Club in Coral G.,bIes - ClOW Deering Bay - Radcan.decided he wanted to be on the water. Guy Bailey, fro CouIltry Club of Miami, "took him under his wing" and urged him to get a captain's license, Yanes sai. In 19 8, a small plane crashed into the water near the club. Ratican and a thend sayed the fa.lnily onboard, e arning a m edal from then -Gov. Claude Kkk. He'd wear it a ',}Und his neck when he got dressed up, Beau Payne said. "He was a storyteller," Payne said, and the tale of the resc e was one of his fdvolltes. No one seems to know when Ratic&li'S manatee obsession began, but h e 'v as always looking out for th0m. ' '1- e'd see a manatee and he'd want to go around it, Jnd he'was making these strange moves" with the boat, Payne said. Given the choice of avoiding a manatee o r a bridge, "he'd ta..'ke the manatee," Payne added. In addition to his sister, Ratican is survived by his late wife's son, Troy Ricks, of!-jiia..'11.i. He'll be remembered at the II a.m. i'viass Sept. 30 at SaCl"ed Heart Catholic Church, 106 SE Fir t Dr., Homestead. The family requests UlE:1TIorial donations to Save the Manatee Club: savethemanatee.org.

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13 FRIDAY. SEPTE iylber ~!, 2012 MiamiHerald.com THE MIAMI HERALD Rene Rodriguez rrodng 'Grand Illusion' Although it didn't ma..~e the cut in the latest Sight & Sound poll of the greatest filins of all time, Jean. Renoir's 1937 masterpiece about two French soldiers captured during World War I and sent to live in a POW camp is widely considered to be one of the best m ovies ever made. In honor ofits 75th anniversary, a newly-restored print of the fum will screen Sept. 2S-0ct. 4 at the Tower Theater, 1508 SW Eighth St. in 1\1i.ami. For tickets and show times, visit theatermiaml co m or call

14 THE MIAMI HERALO I MiamiHerald,com ;-'>ljili...~~!i'i..!~iiiiii..~;;i~~~~ ~~ ~~!! ~~l!!!l!iiii.iiii==~, '" THE JAPANESE WAY: Ebizo Ichikawa in 'Hara-Kiri: Death of a Samurai.' HARA-KIRI: DEATH OF A,SAMURAI (UNRATED) *** Aronin asks: 'Please, may I kill myself?' of a Samun. i is how quiet and understated the movie is. The director is the Japanese wild mar Takashi Miike, whose previous film (]3 A ss assins-) <:u lminated with an 3Jmost hour-long sword fight; Ihose installment for Showtime's Masters ofhorror series "vas so extreme the network ded ined to air,it; and whose BY RENt ROORIt'U El ; roel! iguez'cimi arr:li- eraid,(01:1 The first tbing you no tice a bout HCI"Cl-Kiri: Death violent, unpredictable movies (!chi the Killer, Zebraman) have amassed enough of a cult to earn zo Ichikawa), a samurai in the 17th century whoarrives at the House ofli, re,qtiesting permission to him a cameo in Eli Roth's petform suicide the fate Hostel. of warriors of the era Understandably, then, whose masters had fallen the rigorous storytelling from power or died. and elegant framing of Hara A year earlier, another -Kiri (which is loosely wayward samurai, Mo based on Masaki Kobayashi's tome (Eita), has also pre 1962 film of the sented himself before the same name) initially make lord, disemboweling himself you wonder ifmiike is putting with a sword made of you on. The movie bamboo (ouch). Through centers on Hanshiro (Ebi a protracted flashback, marriage to fatherhood. As much of an ode to a bygone traditi.on of placid Japanese filmmaking as a paean to samurai sagas, the story gradually reveals a surprising connection between Hanshiro and Motome. The pace is slow, like the first hour in Miike's horrifying Audition (still his best-known mm Miike reveals the connection between the two ronin, beginning with Mo tome's childhood, through in the United States), but the destmation is radically different. Eventually, there is violence and bloodshed, but Miike doesn't revel in it with the same ferocity he has used in the past. Hara-Kiri: Death ofa Samurai (which was shot in 3D but is being screened locally in 2D) reveals yet another facet of this a1waysunpredictable fj.imrnaker: a flair for compassionate, hum~ne melodrama. Movie Info Cast: Ebizo Ichikawa, Eita, Hikari Mitsushima, Naoto Takenaka, Munetaka Aoki. Director: Taka shi Miike, Screenwriter: Kil<imi Yamagishi. Producer: Toshiaki Nakazawa, Jeremy Thomas, A Tribeca Films studios rel ease, Running time: 126 minutes, In Japanese with English subtitles, Violence, gore, adult themes, In Miami Dade only: Tower.

15 N WS ERALo' com All ages drop in for acting, dance, circus classes TONY SIMMONS I PanamaCitycom PANAMA CITY - The Rehearsal Room was created for the people who want to learn to dance, but don't want to demonstrate their talent for the public. "I performed in New York for many years, and I got this idea of opening a studio with a drop-in policy," owner Lauren Kolmetz said. "There are no recitals, no contracts, just come and learn techniques and have fun." In addition to the typical dance courses such as tap, jazz and ballet, The Rehearsal Room has a unique program including acting for children in kindergarten through fifth grade, musical theater for k-8, body conditioning, Zumba and Circus Skills. "I want (people to know) there are classes out here for them, even if they don't want to perform on stage but just always wanted to learn," Kolmetz said. "That's what our program is." Each class is $10 (or less if you pay for a month in advance). For a schedule and rates, visit the TheRehearsalRoom PC.com. Kolmetz has been dancing since age 4. A Panama City native with a degree in theater from the University of South Florida, she moved to New York City after college and performed with (and taught for) Project Dance in Times Square. She also garnered some TV and film credits with "Law & Order," "Hope & Faith, " "The Stepford Wives" and "The Producers," among others. "I trained at the Broadway Dance Center," she added. "We moved back to Panama City after our son was born." Kolmetz does dance therapy at Pediatrics Plus and teaches dance at Gulf Coast State College, where she choreographed "Guys & Dolls," "Into the Woods" and "Annie." She also is artistic director of Redeemer Dance Co., a group that performs at festivals, schools, parades and other events. The acting and theater classes are taught by Kayla May, a recent graduate of the musical theater program at GCSC, who starred in "Guys & Dolls" and danced to Kolmetz's choreography. She has performed in lead roles with Shakespeare by the Bay, The Martin Ensemble Theatre and other GCSC productions. May said not to judge her classes by their titles, because there is much more to it than acting. "I hope to teach my kids the ins and outs of everything theater-related: acting, makeup, design, people, history, etc.," she said. "It's the same for musical theatre: reading music, learning parts, working together as an ensemble to produce something magical- everything I fell in love with as a student." Classes are ongoing, so there is no limit to what students can learn and no worries about dropping in. May added that her classes fill an important need, as many schools are reducing drama and arts-related courses. "I want them to be fully equipped when they enter high school and begin auditioning for shows and competing," she said. "But beyond that, I want them to audition for the local theaters, and because of their skill and education in these arts, the directors will as k them, 'You took classes at The Rehearsal Room, didn't you?' " W W. new sher aid.coml common/ prin reriv iew. php?d b =newsherald &id = /2

16 Justin ~Clendon has a BFA in from New World School of the in Miami, where performed in a variety of theater and children's and as a and variety arts His circus abilities include a stilt walker, acrobat and more. McClendon sets up stations for unicycle, juggling, balance and spinning, said. He demonstrates the techniques, then students work on each one until they are to proceed to the next station. an opportunity thought one and $10," to try something they never thought could do something " ~Lendon "But all really need is a the will to try, Copyright 2012 Freedom Comrunications. All Rights Reserved, Privacy Policy IUser Agreerren! ISite Map ww,newsherald,com/common/pnnter/v iew,php?db=newsherald&id =105626

17 i''i:amih raid.c'if1 THE MIAMi HERALD FRINy. SEPiEfv! BER?1, 2012 'I EXCLUSIVE ENGAGEM ENTS NOW PLAYING MIAMI 0 Cin ema MIAMI T~e Miami MIAlJl1 Tower Tilealer (305) Beoch Cinemalheque (305) frl 3:50 & 9: 10 PM fr17 :00 PM' SAT 3:00 (305) SAT 6: 40 PM. SUN 2:10 & 7:30 PM & 7:00 PM' SUN 5:00 PM fri-sun 9:00 PM TUE I< WED 9:10 PM THU 6:40 & 9:10 PM

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19 THE MIAMI HERALD I Miamil-iera ld.com FRIDAY, SEPTcivl 6ER 21, 2012 Miami Dade College 's MDC Live Arts presents NUEVO BALLET ESPAN L M the forefront of emerging trends in Spanish dance and lfamenco, Nuevo Ballet EspaflOi dra'ns on tradi ionai dance, a 21 st-century pop sensibility and fo lkloric influen ces from /\ndalucia. In their new shu,,!, Cambia de Tercio, ROjas and Ro driguez, tl/v O of Spain's most. influential choreographers, deliver a dazz ling mix of traditional and contemporary styles, performed by the full company of dancers and musicians in an exc~ing opening to Moe Live Arts' 22nd season. in Combio de Tercio

20 VIERNES21 DE SEPTIEMBRE DEL 2012 el Nuevo Herald Inauguran exposicion de abanicos pintados por artistas LA EXPOSICION 'Fans Forever' se inaugur6 el jueves en el Museo de Arte + Diseno (MOC MA+O) del Miami Dade College (MOC) en la Torre de la Libertad. La muestra presenta 50 abanicos pintados par artistas cubanos de varias generaciones como Wifredo Lam, Rene Portocarrero, Mario Carreno, Mariano Rodriguez, Carlos Enriquez, Cundo Bermudez, Gustavo Acosta y Tomas Sanchez. EI curador Gustavo Orta recrea una exposici6n celebrada en los alios 1940 en el The Lyceum and Lawn Tennis Club de La Habana para recaudar fondos para la restauraci6n de la Iglesia Parroquial del poblado de Santa Maria del Rosario, joya de la arquitectura barroca cubana. En la foto, el artista Carlos Estevez (del',), autograffa el catalogo al artista Miguel Ordoqui. 'D ro ~ I o > Q) ::J Z -1 W ::J f! ~ ~ o a: o UJ u.

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