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browardpalmbeach.com FROM THE PRODUCER OF PARIS, JE T’ AIME AND NEW YORK, I LOVE YOU AND THE FILMMAKERS BEHIND OSCAR ® NOMINEES 21 GRAMS, BABEL, CITY OF GOD AND YOUTH | MUSIC | DISH | FILM | CULTURE | ART | STAGE | NIGHT+DAY | NEWS | PULP | CONTENTS | show in history to see a flight by the F-35, as it soars alongside a P-51 Mustang. The Fort Lauderdale Air Show begins at noon this Saturday and Sunday on Fort Lauder-dale Beach, located along State Road A1A between Sunrise Boulevard and Northeast 14th Court. Gates open at 9 a.m. Drop Zone tickets Saturday cost $34 for adults and $22 for children ages 6 to 12 and Sunday run $32 for adults and $19 for children. Tickets for the Flight Line Club VIP cost $169 for Saturday and $159 for Sunday, while Photo Pit tickets are $129 Saturday and $119 Sun-day. Visit tickets.completeticketsolutions. com. To purchase ten or more group tickets, call the box office at 877-377-8499. Visit fortlauderdaleairshow.com. NATALYA JONES W FREE rioiloveyoumovie.com STARTS FRIDAY, MAY 6 BOCA RATON REGAL SHADOWOOD 16 9889 W Glades Rd (844) 462-7342 #175 Atopic Dermatitis (Also known as Eczema) ? FXM Research in Miramar is looking for males and females 18 years or older that suffer from Atopic Dermatitis (dry, red, scaling patches throughout your body with or without itchiness), to participate in an up to three (3) study visit clinical research study. Medical Insurance is not required for study participation. Qualifi ed participants will receive: ©[Œw‚‹wŠ…„xwX…wˆzY{ˆŠ¢ {zZ{ˆƒwŠ…‚…}‰ŠD ©_„Œ{‰Š}wŠ…„w‚iŠ‹zc{zywŠ…„…ˆ†‚wy{x…wŠ„…y…‰ŠD ©h{ƒx‹ˆ‰{ƒ{„Š|…ˆŠƒ{w„zŠˆwŒ{‚‹†Š…kiZ:GKFDFFD For more information please call: (954) 430-1097 Francisco Flores, MD. Board Certifi ed Dermatologist FXM Research Miramar FXM Research Miramar 14601 SW 29th Street, Suite 208 Miramar, Florida 33027 Do you or someone you know have NEW TIMES BROWARD-PALM BEACH www.fxmresearch.com You’ll often hear people say that noth-ing in life is free. But then there are free comic books at Tate’s Comics, so those people can shut up. On Free Comic Book Day , participating shops around the world throw open their doors and offer happy readers complimentary comic books. Of-ferings vary from shop to shop, but both Tate’s locations will have dozens of titles to choose from. Diehard fans will discover new treasures they’ve never read before, while newbies are offered a rare chance to dive into the world of comics without any risky investment. There will be plenty of enthusiasts on hand to share their love and joy of comics with the general public. At Tate’s main headquarters in Lauderhill, you’ll also find an “artist alley” exhibit filled with comic book creators, artists, and cosplayers, as well as several costumed character appearances throughout the day. Free Comic Book Day runs from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. this Saturday at both Tate’s Comics locations: 4566 N. University Drive in Lauderhill and 801 Congress Ave., #604, in Boynton Beach. The art-ist alley at the Lauderhill location takes place from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Admission to both events is free. Call 954-748-0181 or 561-742-5440, or visit tatescomics.com or freecomicbookday.com. DAVID MINSKY W FOOD + DRINK A COMIC EXCHANGE will take place at Brass Tap. Each ticket includes two cocktails, Derby-inspired ap-petizers, and tastings of Zodiac vodka and Flor de Caña rum. Garden-party-chic attire is requested. The festivities take place from 3 to 7 p.m. Admission costs $35 in advance and $40 at the door. Brass Tap is located at 551 N. Federal Highway, #600, in Fort Lauderdale. Visit juniorleagueftl.org. • Himmarshee Public House will honor the race with a Hold Your Horses Derby Party, with free drinks for ladies wear-ing hats until the race begins. Everyone else gets $6 mint juleps. The fete includes a Best Hat Contest offering prizes. The revelry begins at 4 p.m., and reserva-tions are available. Himmarshee Public House is located at 201 SW Second St. in Fort Lauderdale. Call 954-616-5275, or visit publichouseftl.com. SARA VENTIERA SUN W SPORTS 5/8 Do you or someone you know have FXM Research in Miramar is looking for males and females 18 years or older that suffer from Rosacea žh{z„{‰‰…„|…ˆ{~{wzBy~{{‰Bw„z nose with acne type lesions on your face” to participate in an up to seven [7] study-visit clinical research study. Medical Insurance is not required for study participation. Qualifi ed participants will receive: ©iŠ‹zCˆ{‚wŠ{z{Œw‚‹wŠ…„xwX…wˆzY{ˆŠ¢ {zZ{ˆƒwŠ…‚…}‰ŠD ©_„Œ{‰Š}wŠ…„w‚iŠ‹zc{zywŠ…„wŠ„…y…‰ŠD ©h{ƒx‹ˆ‰{ƒ{„Š|…ˆŠƒ{w„zŠˆwŒ{‚‹†Š…kiZ:MFFDFFD For more information please call: (954) 430-1097 Francisco Flores, MD. Board Certifi ed Dermatologist FXM Research Miramar FXM Research Miramar 14601 SW 29th Street, Suite 208 Miramar, Florida 33027 Rosacea? www.fxmresearch.com 14 People wear jerseys to basketball and foot-ball games. Caps are the headpiece of choice for a day at the ballpark. The rich man’s uniform — Polos and khakis — is de rigueur on the golf course. While every athletic en-deavor has its chosen uniform, no American sporting event is as sartorially inspired as the Kentucky Derby . This Saturday, Pull out your fanciest millinery and best pastel garb and head to one of these places to celebrate: • Tap 42 Boca will host a Big Brims and Fancy Trims Kentucky Derby with $5 Mak-er’s Mark mint juleps. It will host a number of contests — including Best Dressed Couple, Most Fab Hat — and prizes for bids on the winning horse. The party starts at 3:30 p.m. at 5050 Town Center Circle in Boca Raton. Call 561-235-5819, or visit tap42.com. • The Junior League of Greater Fort Lau-derdale will celebrate with its third-Annual Kentucky Derby Party. This year, the bash DERBY DAY M AY 5-M AY 11, 2016 For most people, a spinal cord injury is a catastrophic, life-altering event. For a lucky few, it is an injury that can, eventually, be fully cured. One organization that sees its cure is the charity Wings for Life World Run . On a layover in Moscow a few years ago, CEO Anita Gerhardter was thinking of ways to bring much-needed research moolah to the concerned parties and had the novel idea of getting the whole world running. Gerhardter dreamed big, and within a few short years, the Wings for Life World Run has become the grand running event she envisioned. With participating cities on six continents — including Ypres, Belgium; Pretoria, South Africa; Lima, Peru; the United Arab Emirates; and even Melbourne, Australia — Gerhardter’s vi-sion has truly become a global sensation. With the support of two-time motocross world champion Heinz Kinigadner (whose son Hannes became a tetraplegic in 2003) and Red Bull founder Dietrich Mateschitz, technology factors into this race in a big way. “Catcher Cars” survey and relay data back to headquarters in a simulcast that kicks off at the same time around the globe. So far, 136,000 folks have run in more than 40 locations and raised nearly $8 million for spinal cord injury research. There are numerous run lengths in which you can participate. Registration costs $50, 100 percent of which goes to research. The pretty palm trees and balmy weather of Sunrise have been chosen for the Florida location, and the race takes off at 7 a.m. Sunday at the BB&T Center, 1 Panther Parkway. Visit wingsforlifeworldrun.com. ABEL FOLGAR RUNNING FOR THOSE WHO CAN’T Send upcoming events to Arts & Culture Editor Rebecca McBane at BrowardPalmBeach.com/submit-event. 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