The annual Cuban Sandwich Show brings its film portion to the Buzz Coffee Bar on Harbour Island. The event is curated by Paul Guzzo, and screening will be Charlie Wall: The Documentary by Pete and Paul Guzzo. The film takes you to early 1900s Ybor City, which was rife with gambling parlors and whore houses, and shootouts between police and gangsters were a regular occurrence; election ballot boxes were stuffed, police and politicians were on the take, and very few residents found any of this to be odd. The man behind all this insanity was, Charlie Wall, Tampa's first crime lord and perhaps the earliest crime lord to control most of Florida. This documentary tells the tale of one the nation's most unknown gangsters. Seating is limited so arrive early. Every first Thursday of the month at The Buzz, a different documentary about Tampa is presented. Past topics have included the adult entertainment industry, censorship in Hillsborough County, the history of Central Avenue — Tampa’s former African American district — human trafficking and former USF professor Sami Al-Arian. For more information, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.