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Sunday, March 30, 2014


      We reluctantly flew home from St. Croix to get back to our jobs and last night's Flick Reunion.Carol Foster's photo. The Coral Gables coffeehouse -which closed forty years ago- re-opened for a three-day stand this weekend.
   Neighbor Bobby Ingram led the cast of folk music legends that got their start in this room on Ponce (now, The Titanic Pub).  Any of them, who played for 15 minutes each, could have  carried the evening by themselves. They've been at this for half a century.      Homer
  It was a reunion of friends, too, as we saw many of ours in the audience and on stage. Homer Wills and I used to cut up together in high school and last night he was performing with his amazing harmonica. He flew in from California for the show.

The event was organized by comedian Gabe Kaplan ("Welcome Back Kotter").  He mc'd  the show and was as funny as ever. The last two are today.  If you miss them you may have to wait another fifty years.  
What: The Flick Coffeehouse 50th Birthday Celebration with Gabe Kaplan, Chuck Mitchell, Vince Martin, Bobby Ingram, Estrella Berosini and others, in a benefit for The Dolphin Project
When: (last day)  2 and 6:30 p.m. Sunday
Where: Titanic Pub and Brewery, 5813 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Tickets: $40, $25 at the bar
Information: www/



 getting back to  ST. CROIX
        For the next few days I'll be writing more about the amazing island we visited last week. 

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