The Miami Herald from Miami, Florida on June 20, 1980 · 204
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7 8D movies THE MIAMI HERALD Friday June 20 1980 v y M £ Rhythm By STEVEN REDDICLIFFE Herald Staff Writar Too many times The Blues Brothers is static when it should be ecstatic When it tries to hit the heights it’s not nearly dizzying enough And when it should soar it sim- ply hangs there imwir 0ne wants desperately nl U lit to like this film to embrace 5 nrirtrtir il and push on riends the REVIEW way a lot of us pushed Ani- mal House two summers ago But John Landis who directed Animal House and this movie seems confused here He overwhelms or tries to when he shouldn’t and often the comedy is forced when it should flow For a movie about two white guys who sing hot soul The Blues Brothers is curiously lacking rhythm THE BLUES BROTHERS of course are John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd (Aykroyd wrote the screenplay with Landis) who started this musical-comedy act on the television show “Saturday Night Live” of which they are alumni ' Belushi is Jake Blues — “Joliet Jake" as he is known after a spell in an Illinois prison — and Aykroyd is Elwood Blues Both wear black suits white shirts skinny black ties black hats dark sunglasses and tatoos on their knuckles Both of them love the blues true to their surname and much of this film is about the exploits of their band When Belushi and Aykroyd came out with a record album of Blues Brothers music they were roundly panned for their lackluster versions of popular R&B songs It seemed no one got the joke or appreciated it - j It was ultimately silly to criticize the Blues Brothers for being poseurs the very act is based on pose the notion of a couple weekend SPCCIAL ROCK REVISITED - The Sheffield Brothers specialists in rock 'n' roH from the '50s and '60s wiU pun out the stops from 8 to 10 pm today at George English Park 1)01 Bayview Dr (at r Sunrise Boulevard) Fort Lauderdale The free - -concert Is part of the city of Fort Lauderdale's i Starlight Musicals Series BEST IN THE SACK - The pressure Is on for racers to show how weH they can perform in and ' around a bed this weekend and it's ail for charity ! The second annual Coconut Grove Bed Race in Peacock Park Sunday wiH benefit the Muscular K Dystrophy Association It's sponsored by Love - 94-FM Radio and Four Way Street Judges win c search for the perfect 10 rating the beds on r looks and originality Teams wiH then hop into bed with one runner riding in the bed and three runners pushing the bed during each heat The parade of beds begins at 11 am at South Bay- shore Drive and Peacock Park The race is from J 11:30 am to 1:30 pm covering an area of about - 300 feet and ends at 2 pm with a concert in the park featuring Fran Weber and Ross and Levine V BY LAND OR BY SEA — Summer's never quite ' ’ complete without a boat show especially one like - the one opening tonight at the Coconut Grove Ex- hibition Center In Dinner Key Auditorium Along with the usual yachts sailboats speedboats and t equipment for life at sea there'll be a fishing pond stocked with trout swimming merrily about Fishing gear will be furnished free to those ready to tackle the slippery creatures Fishing clinics will be given daiiy Hours of the show are 7 -oil pm tonight and Monday 1 1 am to 1 1 pm i Saturday and Sunday SWAPPING JACKETS - The South Florida Rec-' ord Collectors Association is having a record r wap meet from 9 am to 5 pm Saturday This could be an obsessive music collector's dream 1 since there'll be music ranging from classical and jazz to blues and pop Some hard-to-find-oldies r like recordings by Elvis The Beatles and Buddy HoHy wiH be changing hands at the Community Center Greek Orthodox Church of the Annuncia ’ 1 tion 12250 NW Second Ave North Miami Admission is 50 cents sellers will be charged $6 - - Half of aH profits go to the church Call 652-03143 1 for details THEY GATHER TOGETHER - Mamas and Papas of Dade County are throwing a party t Mamas and Papas if you're not wise to them yet are a group that parties for the benefit of Big BrothersBig Sisters of Greater Miami You ! can oin them at 8 pm Sunday in Nikki's Cabaret 9350 Dadeland Blvd Donation of $3 for members -and $4 for nonmembers includes cash bar hot and cold hors d'oeuvres music dancing and raffle Call 238-4039 for details MOVIS Openings THE BLUES BROTHERS (R) - "Saturday Night Live" stars John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd team with James Brown Cab Calloway’ Ray Charles and others in a musical-comedy romp Hialeah Triple Gables ByronCarlyle 170th Street Ken-dale Lakes Suniiand Pompano Sunrise Florida Lauderdale Lakes BRUBAKER (R) — Robert Redford stars as a reform-minded prison warden Omni Palm Springs Miracle Bay Harbor Campbell Square Kendale Lakes Movies at the Falls Gateway Movies art Pompano Plaza Lauderdale Lakes Movies at Plantation CAN'T STOP THE MUSIC - Producer Allan Carr ("Grease") brings us another musical this one with Valerie Perrine the Village People and Bruce Jenner ByronCarlyle Patio Cutler Ridge Dadeland Gateway Pompano 16th Street Lauderhill FAME — Alan Parker ("Midnight Express") directs a cast of newcomers in a film about fife at New York's High School of the Performing Arts Trianon Riviera Bay Harbor Concord Gala Golden Glades Drive in Movie City Palm Aire Sunrise One Inverrary ROUGH CUT — The latest comic adventure built around Burt Reynolds with Lesley-Anne Down and David Niven as costars Omni Hialeah Gables Sunny Isies Concord Movies at the FaNs Movies at Kendall Movies at Pompano Mall Diplomat Coral Springs Lauderdale Lakes Movies at Plantation AirportHiway Drive In Recommended First-Run LA CAGE AUX FOLLES (R) - One of the funfli-est films of the year: A joint HaNanFrench production about two middle-aged homosexuals caught in a comic scramble to project a "straight" image for the sake of one's son (Dubbed version) (Profanity adult theme) COAL MINER'S DAUGHTER (PG) - Sissy Spa-cek and Tommy Lee Jones are perfect In the beautifully made adaptation of country singer Loretta Lynn's autobiography (Adult themes) THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK PG - Sequel to "Star Wars" a great piece of fantasyadven-ture with magnificent special effects With Carrie Fisher Harrison Ford Mark HamM robots and the rest Multiple-theater run (Brief violence) MY BRILLIANT CAREER (G) — Wen-filmed character study of a young feminist in early century Australia Sunset (No offensive material) Recommended Returns Revivals and Festivals BEING THERE (PG) - Peter Sellers wee en e Oscar nominee for his role as Chauncy Gardner w the TV-eded hero-desoite-himseif Muitipie-the-m ater run (Profanity implicit sex) BREATHLESS (U the Jean-Luc Godard film starring Jean Seberg and Jean-Paui Belmondo and Henri Georges Oouzot's "DiaboKque" with v Simone Signoret Beaumont THE CHINA SYNDROME (PG) — Jene Foods and Jack Lemmon in the eerily prophetic drama ' of a nuclear -plant close cal a wd-made sus- penseful Wm even without the headlines Lake- short Drive In (Profanity violence) KRAMER VS KRAMER (R) — Dustin Hoffman and Meryl Streep in the multiple-Oscar winner ? the story of a man abandoned his Rttie kid and the ex-wife who launches a custody battle Multiple-theater run (Profanity nudity) MARY ROPPINS G — Julie Andrews in the charming family him about a magical British nanny and her family's adventures Multiple-theater run (No offensive material) NATIONAL LAMPOON'S ANIMAL HOUSE (R) — Hilarious sophomoric and raunchy broadside at fraternity Ufa circa 1962 Roxy (Profanity nudity implicit sex) ROCKY and ROCKY tl (PG) - The Oscar-winning movie and its lackluster sequel In a double bW both starring Sylvester StaNone Atlantic (Spanish subtitles) SAMURAI (Pert 3) (U) - Second instaPnent of the Hiroshi hegakl trRogy in Japanese with Eng-Bsh subtitles Museum of Science Cine-Oub (Sunday only) SINGIN' IN THE RAIN (U) - Th 1952 movie Lost in Dan Aykroyd of white folks wanting nothing so much as to be black musicians Who white or black hasn’t wanted to be a Temptation a Blue Note a Supreme? The idea of the Blues Brothers is a funny one but something gets lost in its translation to the screen A lot of funny ideas get lost in The Blues Brothers WHEN JAKE AND Elwood are making the rounds to round up members of their band the pursuit is never punchy enough Every scene lasts too long or is shot so that one feels closed in calendar about the transition from silent films to the talkies starring Gene KeHy Debbie Reynolds and Cyd Charisse Friday and Saturday only Take One Cinema THE THREE MUSKETEERS (U) - The 1948 original with Gene Kelly Lana Turner and Angela Lansbury Sunday Monday and Tuesday Take One Cinema Other First-Run ALL THAT JAZZ (R) - Roy Scheider plays choreographer Bob Fosse in an often surrealistic autobiographical musical fuU of style but lacking ultimately in any comprehensible emotion (Nudity profanity adult themes) BRONCO BILLY (PG) - Clint Eastwood as the chief cowpoke In motley Wild West show East-wood is immensely likable but the movie belongs on Boot HiH (Profanity brief violence) DIE LAUGHING (PG) - Robby Benson as a lo-vestruck rock singer who's on the lam on from a phony murder rap (Profanity violence) THE HEARSE (PG) - Trish Van Devere is chased by a runaway hearse THE HOLLYWOOD KNIGHTS (PG) - Floyd Mutrux ("American Hot Wax") directed this story of a bunch of '60s teens at raunchy play some jokes but very little substance (Profanity nudity implicit sex) THE ISLAND (R) — Murderous doings on an isolated Caribbean island from Peter Benchley (author of "Jaws" and "The Deep") with Michael Caine THe IMMORTAL BACHELOR (U) - Giancarlo Giannini Monica Vittia and Vittorio Gassman in a routine sex farce (in Italian with English subtitles at Cinematheque only other theaters have a dubbed version) (Nudity implicit sex) KILL OR BE KILLED (PG) - Martial arts again (Violence) ROADIE (PG) — Alan Rudolph's ("Remember My Name") comedy version of Hfe on the rock-band road with Meatloaf and some lesser pop-music names (Occasional profanity) THE SHINING (R) — Stanley Kubrick takes on another genre (horror this time) but fails to advance the state of the art with Jack Nicholson and Shelly Duvail (Profanity nudity violence) SILENT SCREAM (R) - Mysterious deaths in a Victorian mansion occupied by college students (Profanity nudity implicit sex violence) UP THE ACADEMY (R) - Mad Magazine tries "Animal House" set in a military academy few laughs (Profanity implicit sex innuendo) URBAN COWBOY (PG) - John Travolta as a blue-collar cowboy fussin' and fightin' at Gilley's nightclub outside Houston lots of melodrama but not much story (Profanity brief nudity) Other Returns AND JUSTICE FOR ALL (R) - Al Pacino's performance as a battling young attorney integrity stranded in a sea of legal corruption brought him an Oscar nomination the film is entertaining but hopelessly overstated and ultimately laughable Circle AirportHiway Drive-In (Profanity) AVALANCHE EXPRESS (PG) - Robert Shaw (his last film) Lee Marvin Maximilian Shell Mike Connors and Joe Namath — from the sublime to the ridiculous — in a spy caper aboard a trans-Europe train Lincoln Midnight Shows (Friday and Saturday) BLACK MAGIC (R) Trianon DAWN OF THE DEAD (U) multiple-theater run FLESH GORDON (R) Westchester KENTUCKY FRIED MOVIE (R) Westchester THE KIDS ARE ALRIGHT (PG) Cine MONTY PYTHON AND THE HOLY GRAIL (PG) Riviera OUADROPHENIA (R) Manor THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW (R) Grove Cinema Florida SONG REMANS THE SAME (PG) Sunrise UP IN SMOKE R) Riviera WIZARDS (PG) Holiday Springs THATR Dinner Theater BEDROOM FARCE — Alan Ayckbourn's comedy about four couples and three beds is very reminiscent of Neil Simon and this production is wen-acted though a bit slow-paced Oakland West Dinner Theatre 4850 W Oakland Park Blvd Lauderdale Lakes dinner from 6 tonight through Sunday show at 8:30 pm through July 13 s 14-SI 7 10 739-1800 SLEUTH — Anthony Shaffer's Tony-winning mystery play is a real cat-and-mouse game between two very bright men Royal Palm Dinner Theatre 303 Golfview Dr Boca Raton tonight and Saturday dinner from 6 pm show at 8 pm Sunday dinner from 4 pm show at 6 pm matinee Saturday with lunch from noon and show at 1:45 pm through July 13 S1490-S 1890 for meal and show 426-2211 GREASE — Lisa Mordente Is an electric Rizzo in this entertaining oft-done tribute to '50s life and music Burt Reynolds Dinner Theatre 1001 indi-antown Rd Jupiter tonight and Saturday at 6:30 pm dinner at 6 pm matinee Saturday at 1:30 pm lunch at noon Sunday at 1:30 p m bruncn at 11:45 am through July 20 $1750-$2150 746-5566 Campus THE MIRACLE WORKER — WHliam Gibson's moving piay features a strong performance by Patricia Gross as Annie SuHivan the young woman who successfully reaches into the dark and silent world of the young Helen KeHer Ring Theatre at the University of Miami campus in Coral Gables tonight and Saturday at 8 pm ends Saturday S4-S6 284-3355 THE RUNNER STUMBLES — MHen Stitt's Suspenseful based-on-fact play Is about a priest accused of murdering a nun Palm Beach Atlantic College 1101 S Olive Ave- West Palm Beach to- -night and Saturday at 6 pm- through June 28 S4 adults $3 students 833-8591 Children’s Theater JACK AND THE BEANSTALK — This is the story of the boy who dimbed a beanstalk and fowd an B-temoered giant iving at the top Little Palm Theatre Royal Palm Dinner Theatre 303 Golfview Dr Boca Raton Saturday at 9:15 artv through July 19 S3 426-221 1 CINDERELLA — The classic story of the poor girt wooed and won by a prince Merry-Go-Roud Playhouse 235 Alcazar Ave Coral Ga-N Saturday and Sunday at 130 pm through kxw children S2 adults S250 with performances by Pipseak Puppets at 1 pm for SI 4454331 Community EOUUS — This disturbing play by Peter Shaffer ‘Blues Brothers’ Left John Belushi Right At a fancy Chicago restaurant — this is a movie as much about that city as about the two musicians — you yearn for Animal House's food-fight madness Jake and Elwood toss shrimp into each other’s mouths and offend a few customers but the expected pandemonium never occurs When Jake and Elwood go to a soul-food cafe run by Aretha Franklin she tells her husband not to join the band and breaks into a version of her rocking song Think Three women at the counter become her back-up' singers — a sweet inspiration — and the details a disturbed boy's psychiatric treatment after he blinds six horses Community Acting Productions Ralph R Bailey Had at Broward Community College's Central Campus 3501 SW -Davie Rd Fort Lauderdale tonight through Sunday at 8:15 pm through June 29 S6 475-6625 VANITIES — The often poignant story of three Texas cheerleaders and how they grew — apart HoHywood Playhouse 2640 Washington St HoHy-wood tonight through Sunday at 6:30 pm ends Sunday S575 and S675 922-0404 MUSIC SUNSHINE JAM — This Saturday concert combines the talents of Andy Harlow's Latin Fever at noon BG Ramblers (country) at 2:30 pm Formula IV (soul) at 5 pm and Tropic (rock) at 8 pm in the Homestead Air Force Base SW 288th Street and Taifahassee Road free POP — BiH Pinkney and the Drifters with Dennis Yost and the Classics IV at the Newport Seven Seas Lounge 16701 Collins Ave tonight at 9:30 and II pm S625 cover charge per person 949-1300 JAZZ — Milt Jackson at Bubba's 1624 E Sunrise Blvd Fort Lauderdale through June 28 shows 9 and 10:45 pm with an extra 12:15 am show on 1 weekends cover charge of S3 on weeknights $5 on weekends JAZZROCK — Three Plus Two performs at 3 pm Sunday in the Model Cities Center for the Cultural Arts 6161 NW 22nd Ave free BIG BAND — North Miami Community Concert Band's final concert of the season at 2 pm Sun- day on the grounds of Gritting Park NE 122nd St and W Dixie Highway free BLUEGRASS — Floyd County String Band plays at 1 pm Saturday in Coral Ridge Mall US 1 at Oakland Park Boulevard Fort Lauderdale free J GOSPEL — Andrae Crouch and the Disciples and special guest Tina Hall perform at the Sunrise Musical Theatre 5555 NW 95th Ave at 8 pm Saturday tickets $975 and S875 945-3043 ART Openings GLORIA LURIA GALLERY 1033 Kane Con-course Bay Harbour Islands — Appel Christenson Natkin Youngerman opening today LOWE ART MUSEUM 1301 MiHer Dr Coral Gables — Art of the Southwest opening noon Wed- nesday through Aug 10 WM M LYONS GALLERY 3041 Grand Ave -Coconut Grove — "IColorl" color photographs by five artists opens today through August MIAMI-DADE COMMUNITY COLLEGE NORTH CAMPUS 11380 NW 27th Ave -"Fiber Forms" opening Monday through July 17 Museums and Public Institutions ART AND CULTURE CENTER 1301 S Ocean Dr Hollywood — Sculpture Invitational — BiH Ward and Victor Delfin through June 30 BASS MUSEUM 2100 Collins Ave Miami Beach — "Artist Artisan " fiber art also Old Masters textiles Oriental art from medieval through early 20th Century FORT LAUDERDALE MUSEUM OF ART 426 E Las Olas Fort Lauderdale — 22nd Annual M Alien Hortt Memorial Competition and Exhibition through June 29 LOWE ART MUSEUM 1301 Miller Dr Coral Gabies — "Fabrications-" through Aug 10 METROPOLITAN MUSEUM AND ART CENTERS Biitmore Country Club 1212 Anastasia Ave Coral Gables — FabricOn through Sept 1 Selections from the Martinez-Canas Collection of Latin-American art MIAMI-OADE PUBLIC LIBRARY 1 Biscayne Boulevard Miami — Re-Encuentro Cubano 80 10865 A Participation Piece ends Saturday ' MIAMI-DADE PUBLIC LIBRARY ARTMO-BILE various public schools "Handmade Paper" works by local artists through June 30 THE MORIKAMI 4000 M or Ik ami Park Blvd Delray Beach — "On the Fringes of the Textile Arts" and "A Fresh Look at the Oldest Craft" traditional and contemporary Japanese baskets through Oct 26 MUSEUM OF SCIENCE 3280 South Miami Ave Miami — 'inner Dimensions of the SeasheH" photographs through My 5 NORTON GALLERY OF ART 1451 S OKvt Ave West Palm Beach — New handmade furniture through July 6 Campus Galleries ART INSTITUTE OF FORT LAUOERDALE 3000 E Las Olas Fort Lauderdale — "Photographs of a Kind" by Kim and Dennis Harkins through June 30 BARRY COLLEGE 11300 NE Second Ave North' Miami — Annual Summer Student Art Show) through Sept 14 FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY SW Eighth Street and SW 107th Avenue — Annual Student Exhibition through July 2 MIAMI-OADE COMMUNITY COLLEGE NEW WORLO CENTER CAMPUS 300 NE Second Ave Miami — "Visionary Cities of the 21st Century" architectural drawings and models by Paolo Solerl through Juiy 8 MIAMI-DADE COMMUNITY ' COLLEGE SOUTH CAMPUS 11011 SW 104th St - Margaret Pelt on and Audrey Renault Fiber works Selected Commercial Galleries AURORA FIBER ARTISTS 4135 Aurora St Coral Gables — "Cover Your Needs" works In fiber BARBARA GILLMAN GALLERY 3886 Biscayne Blvd Miami — "Windows" paintings by Michael Clark through June 30 CAREL GALLERY 928 Lincoln Rd Miami Beach — OH paintings and watercoiors through July 15 DE ARMAS ART GALLERY 6355 NW 36th St Virginia Gardens — Rafaei Soriano paintings FORMA 305 Alcazar Coral Gabies — Major Latin American Masters through Sept 30 FREDERICK MUELLER GALLERY 332 S County Rd Palm Beach — 19th- and 20th-Century paintings THE GALLERY AT 24 2399 NE Second Ave Miami — Emo Sanchez new paintings and drawings through June 30 GALLERY EXPOSURES 357 Alcazar Coral Ga With Ray Charles bles — Donald Abeisort Patricia Behrens Bid Behrens Mei Levine photos GATEWAY ART GALLERY 333A Peruvian Ave Palm Beach — Floral paintings Also the "Real Show" works by 30 American artists GROVE HOUSE 3496 Main Highway Coconut Grove — "Currents in Florida Fiber Containers" through July X HOLOGRAFIX GALLERY AT STUDIO A 8827 SW 129th Ter Miami — Display of holograms by a number of artists IRVING GALLERIES 332 Worth Ave Palm Beach — Paintings and sculpture by Helen Frankenthaler Robert Motherwell Larry Rivers Frank Stella Paul Jenkins and Alexander Cakfer MARKET GALLERY 3098A FuHer St Coconut Grove — African and New Guinea sculptures and - weavings Indian Pichavais and modern prints MEDICI-BERENSON GALLERY 1052 Kane Concourse Bay Harbor Islands — Ronnie Land-field Larry Zox and John Seery MEETING POINT ART CENTER 265 Aragon Coral Gables — "Debris" Mixed Media on Paper by Arturo Rodriguez PHYLLIS POWERS ART GALLERY 7351-A Miami Lakes Drive Miami Lakes — Paintings and sculptures by Southern artists through June 30 RAUCHBACH GALLERIES 1007 course Bay Harbor islands Choice" paintings VIRGINIA MILLER GALLERIES 3112 Commodore Plaza Coconut Grove — Louise Pierucci-Hoieman tapestries and handmade paper constructions through July 10 POTPOURRI HEY YOU PUNKS - The Jewish Community Center 12401 SW 102nd Ave is having a "New Wave Party" at 9 pm Saturday Admission $250 for members $350 for nonmembers Prizes will be given to the best-dressed punks GLIDER RIDES — Soar high and learn to glide at the Kendall Glider Port 17225 SW 242nd Ave Rides are $25 for 20 to 25 minutes with an instructor After 30 lessons students glide alone The port is open Wednesdays through Sundays KIDS' STUFF — Storytime for children is 10:30 am Fridays at South Miami Library 6000 Sunset Dr free Free yoga and art classes are at the Coconut Grove Center of Yoga 3041 Mary St 10 to 11 am Sundays SEMINARS LECTURES AND WORKSHOPS - Poetry readings at the Miami Beach Library 2100 Collins Ave Miami Beach Saturdays 2 pm Come to listen or bring your own verses free Poetry workshops at the Coral Gabies Public Library 3443 Segovia St from noon to 2 pm Saturday free Caring and Sharing Group - meetings to help persons cope with everyday emotional stresses are Friday evenings from 8-10:30 pm at 2201 SW 82nd Ct Admission is $250 264-8528 A children's nature workshop wiH be from 9-11:30 am Saturdays at Old Cutler Hammock Nature Center 17555 SW 79th Ave Fee is $250 Classes in palm frond weaving are ' at Old Cutler Hammock Park 17555 SW 79th Ave for teens and adults from 1-4 pm Sundays through July 13 Fee is $9 for each three-class session 579-2569 Playing the game of life with a full deck is what's to be discussed at the singles rap-around at 7 pm Sunday in the First Unitarian Church 7701 SW 76th Ave donation $2 A workshop on creativity will be 10 am-4 pm Saturday at Among Friends 4770 SW 72nd Ave fee is $3 Marine and mangrove walk 9:30-11:30 am Sunday at Okl Cutler Hammock Park 17555 SW 79th Ave free Dr Joel Kobelin professor of civil engineering technology at Miami-Dade Community College will discuss photogrammetry at 8 pm today in the auditorium of the Museum of Science 3280 S Miami Ave free Two hours of gazing at the heavens beginning at 8 pm Saturday in Old Cutler Hammock Park 17555 SW 79th Ave free A discussion of updating ancient wisdoms such as Tarot wiH be discussed at Emin's meeting at 6 pm today in Miami 980 NW Tenth Ave and 6 pm Saturday in Ft Lauderdale 1100 E Oakland Park Blvd donation $5 The Belle Lehrman Youth Center of Temple Emanu-Ei is opening its doors to aH persons interested in its summer camp program Danish and coffee wiH be served from 10 am-noon Sunday at the center 1701 Washington Ave free LET'S DANCE — Israeli folk dancing at the Mi-chaet-Ann Russell Jewish Community Center 18900 NE 25th Ave from 8-11 pm Ballroom dancing for adults is tonight and every Friday from 8-11 pm at the Steve Clark Adult Building 1650 NW 37th Ave A pre-dance instruction session is 7-8 pm Admission is $l Ballroom dancing Fridays at the Pompano Beach Recreation Center 1801 NE Sixth St from 8:30-11:30 p m Admission is $2 per person Singles dance at the California Oub 750 NE 195th St at 9 pm Saturday Donation is $3 for members of the Profes-sionaisPacesetters and $4 for nonmembers Singles party at Morey's 8727 S Dixie Highway at 8:30 pm Sunday Dance with coffee and cake wine and cheese in the Make-Believe BaHroom of the Fellowship Hal 120 SW Sixth Ave beginning at 8 pm Friday donation $2 ART DECO — Tram tours of the art-deco district of Miami Beach are given by the Miami Design Preservation League 1630 Euclid Ave on a regular basis admission $3 672-1836 for reservations HIALEAH PARK — A registered historic site Hi-ale ah Park is open year round and offers a look at rare birds flamingoes and fish as wen as narrated tram tours Admission is free tram tours are $2 for adults and $1 for children hours 9 am - 5 pm daily 885-8000 INDIAN VILLAGE - The Miccosukee Indian Tribe offers tours through a traditional Indian village where you can see aRigator wrestling wood-carvings and patchwork The viHage is 25 miles west of Miami on the Tamiami Trail (US 41) open 9 am -5:30 pm daily adults $250 children $150 MIAMI WAX MUSEUM - Museum of the "living dead" 13899 Biscayne Blvd features 42 life-like scenes and self-guided tours is open from 9:30 am -9: 30 pm Monday through Saturday and from 10:30 am-9:30 pm Sundays Admission is $350 $175 children HISTORICAL MUSEUM OF SOUTHERN FLORIDA — Permanent exhibits at the museum 3280 S Miami Ave Building B trace Kfe in Southern Florida from prehistoric to modern times 9 am -5 pm Monday through Saturday noon-5 pm Sunday free SPANISH MONASTERY - St Bernard Oairaux an 840-year-old monastery brought to the United States stone-by-stone and completed in 1954 is open for guided tours Monday through Saturday from 10 am-5 pm and Sundays from noon-5 pm Suits of armor and corbel and other pieces from Old Spain can be seen for a donation of $3 1671 1 W Dixie Highway North Miami Beach FAIRCHILD TROPICAL GARDEN - The largest tropical botanical garden In the continental US 10901 Old Cutter Rd next to Matheson Hammock Is open daily from 10 am -4:30 pm Free guided walking tours at 11 am and 2 pm Saturday and 2 pm Sunday other times by appointment for grouos Admission is $3 free for ch4-en 12 and under EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK — Shark Valley is open to bikers and hikers 830 am -4 pm daily Royal Pakn programs 10 am and 2 pm daily Everglades Cty sttseeing boat tours Shuffle white cook in the kitchen whips out his saxophone and jumps on the counter This should have been an electric moment but Landis screws it up The camera isolates the components — a shot of the brothers a shot of the sax player a shot of Franklin and the singers — so that the scene is sapped of its intended full-tilt power The same sort of thing happens at a raucous church service presided over by James Brown and at a music store run by Ray Charles When Charles sits at the piano and starts in on Shake Your Tailfeather Landis cuts from the band boogieing in the store to a crowd dancing in the street but he cuts too frequently and clumsily and the outside scene feels as claustrophobic as that inside' ONE WISHES FOR the special sense of space that choreographer Twyla Tharp brought to Milos Forman’s exhilarating Hair Despite the fact that The Blues Brothers lumbers when it should hum there are scenes to savor here John Lee Hooker sings the blues on Maxwell Street A car chase through a shopping mall is colorful and kiddie-car fun though countless followup chases — this is an immensely physical film — become endurance tests in the manner of the movie 1941 Aykroyd's Elwood has a funny thing for white toast and Belushi even behind dark glasses looks funny as he did in Animal House The Blues Brothers wants to be a happy-hearted film and sometimes it is Unfortunately — and it is unfortunate one brought great expectations to this project — the movie thinks too big to be satisfying in more than small ways You walk in expecting a magic carpet ride and The Blues Brothers pulls the rug out from under you ' THE BLUES BROTHERS is rated R It contains occasional profanity Tuesday through Saturday soma activities at Flamingo Car caravans through the swamps led by a park ranger are conducted on a reservation basis An on-foot swamp tromp into the Everglades departs at 2:30 pm today 247-6211 for reservations Open-air tram trips through Shark Valley are offered on a reservation basis tickets are $2 $1 for children (under 16) and resident senior citizens For reservations caH 221-8455 between 8:30 am and 4 pm weekdays MUSEUM OF SCIENCE in addition to the regular axhlbits the museum 3280 S Miami Ave offers several activities daily Hours are 9 am-5 pm and 7-10 pm weekdays 11 am-10 pm Saturdays and Sundays 854-4242 The museum's Discovery Room where kids can pet a tarantula and an iguana Is open between 3 and 4 pm Wednesdays and Fridays and between 2 and S pm every Saturday and Sunday The museum's new mini-theater featuring science dramas and demonstrations is open Sundays from 2-5 pm "Springtime of the Cosmos" a time-lapse film view of the unfolding of the universe will be shown daily through Aug 10 854-2222 for times and prices "Laser Games and the Laser Dream" shows 8:15 pm Thursday through Sunday special late shows 9:30 pm Fridays and Saturdays matinees are 2:45 pm Fridays Saturdays and Sundays admission $250 for adults $1 for children Also showing is the film "The Black Holes of Dr E" at 12:15 2:45 and 4 pm Monday-Friday 1:30 pm Saturday and Sunday and 8:15 pm Monday through Wednesday admission $250 for adults $1 for children under j2 Also showing daiiy: "Child of the Universe" with weekend presentations in Spanish $2 for adults $1 for children under 12 PLANET OCEAN — Real submarines a hurricane and a frozen iceberg are among the 100 exhibits at Planet Ocean on the Rickenbacker Causeway open daily 10 am to 6 pm but box office closes at 4:30 pm $4 for adults $225 for children children under 6 admitted free VIZCAYA — The mansionmuseum at 3251 S Miami Ave Miami is open dally 10 am-5 pm ticket booth doses at 4:30 pm Admission for adults $375 for the house and garden $2 for the garden alone and $2 for students military personnel and children under 12 A sound and light show wiU be held every Friday and Saturday eveningAdmission Is $5 for adults and $250 for children under 12- ANIMAL PARADE — The Miami Seaquarium Rickenbacker Causeway on Virginia Key tea- lures Flipper and other underwater wonders 9 am-5 pm daily $5 for adults $3 for children 3-13 kids under 3 free More than 2000 snakes lizards and other reptiles are on display at the Miami Serpentarium 12655 S Dixie Highway 9 am-6 pm daily $4 for adults $2 for children 6-13 children under 6 free Monkeys chimps and orangutans romp at Monkey Jungle 14805 SW 216 St 9:30 am-5 pm daily $350 for adults $150 for children 5-12 children under 5 free Parrots macaws and cockatoos are on display In a natural setting at Parrot Jungle 1 1000 SW 57th Ave 9:30 am-5 pm daily shows every Vi hours starting 10 am $4 for adults $2 for children 6-12 under 6 free Lions chimps rhinos and other African animals can be viewed from your car at Lion Country Safari State Road 80 in West Palm Beach 9:30 am-4:30 pm daily $495 for aduits $350 for children 3-1 1 kids under 3 free AT THE MALLS — Dancers will be squaring off at 7 pm today in the Lakes Mall Oakland Park Boulevard and US 441 in Lauderdale Lakes to the calls of Joe Braun who wiH appear with the Westernaires and the Dudes and Dolls free More squares wiH be do-si-doing from 1-2:30 pm Saturday at Skylake Mali Miami Gardens Drive and NE 19th Avenue free Don't get blue get bluegrass The Floyd Country String Band wiH play at t pm Saturday at Coral Ridge -Mall N Federal Highway and Oakland Park Boulevard free -It's post time again at Midway Mall 7739 W Flagler St and time to eye some precious metal It's the coin and stamp show from 10 am to 5 pm Sunday free SPORTS AUTO RACING — Florida Association Autocross at MiamiHoUywood Speedway W Hollywood Boulevard practice 9 am-E pm Friday 9am-noon Saturday and Sunday races begin 1 pm Sunday adults $5 children under 12 tree Stock car racing 8 pm Saturday at Hialeah Speedway 3300 Okeechobee Rd aduits J5 students ( 13-18) and senior citizens S4 children ( 12-younger) St BASEBALL — Fort Lauderdale Yankees vs Tampa 7:30 tonight and Saturday at Fort Lauderdale Stadium 530) NW 12th Ave box seats S250 general admission $150 senior citizens and students (18-younger) St Miami Orioles vs West Palm Beach 7:30 tonight and Saturday at Miami Stadium 2301 NW 10th Ave box seats ST-50 general admission S2 senior citizens and children (12-younger) si25 PARI-MUTUELS — Calder Race Coursa thoroughbred racing at 1:15 pm Tuesdays Wednesdays Saturdays and Mondays 3 pm Thursdays and Fridays at 21001 NW 27th Aye grandstand admission si dubnouse S2 Flagler Oeg Track 8:05 nightly except Sunday 1 pm matinees Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays at NW 37th Avenue and Seventh street grancstand admission 50 cents clubhouse SI Pompano Park quarter-horse racing at 7:30 nightty except Sundays and Tuesdays at 1800 SW Third St Pompano Beach track side admission 50 cents grandstand SI pretarred S150 ARM WRESTLING — Florida Championships 1 pm Saturday at Pompano Beach Fashion Square US 1 In Pompano free RUNNING — Fort Lauderdale Roadrunners three- and one-mile tun runs at 7:30 am Sunday at HoHywood Boardwalk AIA and Sheridan Street HoHywood 764-3200 Miami Shsras Running Club marathon training session 8 am Sunday at the Recreation Center 9800 NE Seventh Ave Miami Shores free 691-5809 Pompano Beach Road Runners' Summer Solstice Run five miles tor aa ages beginning 6:30 a m Sunday at Municipal Stadium NE 18th Avenue and Eighth Court fun run SI race S3 781-2260 ®CYCLE RACING — District championship eight classes Time trials 7 am Saturday at Jupi-ter exit of Florida Turnpike race at 7 am Sunday at Okeechobee Boulevard lust east of US 441 west Palm Beach free to Florida Cycling Federation membars 856-5731 SUBMITTING INFORMATION Information for the Weekend Calendar must be submitted in writing at least a week in advance of the event to be listed Mail information including cost and address to Weekend Editor The Miami Herald 1520 E Sunrise Blvd Fort Lauderdale Fla 33304 No information will be taken over the telephone USER snow ALL NEW!! 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