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50-year celebration set for Gables’ late, great Flick Coffee House   Print

by Howard Cohen
Miami Herald
February 17, 2014
Chuck Mitchell

The Beatles aren't the only 50th anniversary celebration in town this season.

For 10 years beginning in 1964, Flick Coffee House near the University of Miami, was a training ground for folk musicians including Joni Mitchell, Jimmy Buffett, David Crosby, Jerry Jeff Walker, Dion, John Sebastian and Tom Rush.

Comic Gabe Kaplan ( Welcome Back Kotter) has gathered musician pals and comedians to pay tribute to the hangout at a two-night concert fest March 28-29 at the venue now in the old Flick space, Titanic Pub and Brewery, 5813 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables.

Booked so far: folk singers Chuck Mitchell (who gave his surname to then-wife Joni) and Grove mainstay Bobby Ingram and singer-songwriters Vince Martin, Estrella Berosini, Michael Smith and Barbara Barrow. Kaplan also will perform.

Tickets are $40 and $25 at the bar, with a limit of 100. Information at


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