The coronavirus is still keeping major cultural events on hold, so don’t expect to attend the theater or a music concert any time soon. Nonetheless, a few things are open this month, including recreational facilities and museums. Stay tuned for more.
READ ALL ABOUT IT! MIAMI HERALD HEADLINES!
After being shut down since mid-March, the Coral Gables Museum is finally reopening this month – and is pulling out all the stops for its long-anticipated retrospective exhibit of more than 75 front-page headlines from the Miami Herald. These front page shout-outs will be accompanied by scores of artifacts, including the Miami Herald’s 1925 linotype, period typewriters and type sets, block phones used during Hurricane Andrew, and a scaled architectural model of the iconic Miami Herald Building (now demolished). Visitors will even be able to obtain a printed copy of the Herald’s front page from the day they were born. A portion of the proceeds from the exhibit will be donated to the Miami Herald Investigative Journalism Fund. 285 Aragon Ave. 305.603.8067
GOLF AT THE BILTMORE OR GRANADA GOLF COURSE
Even though golf carts are limited to one per person, at least we can get outside and unwind with nine to 18 holes. Both golf courses are open daily from 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Granada Golf Course has a senior hour every Tuesday and Thursday morning from 7 – 8 a.m. Payments can be made by credit card only and reservations must be made in advance. You have to wear your mask until you get to the first tee, then you can breathe free! For the Granada Golf Course, call 305.460.5367. For the Biltmore Golf Course, call 305.460.5364 or go to biltmorehotel.com/golf.