By Jacob Katel
By Laurie Charles
By Nate "Igor" Smith
By Abel Folgar
By Kat Bein
By Jacob Katel
Lulu's Restaurant, "The Loft." This Elvis emporium goes dance crazy tonight through Saturday with DJ Joe K. spinning fabulous tunes. 1053 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 532-6147.
821, "Thursday Cabaret." Mary D.'s Sappho-esque love riot of dancing, drinking, and cruising -- a juicy wallow at a louche refuge. 821 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, 534-0087.
Salvation, "Feast of Friends." The Rhythm Chamber hosts an international dance party with a slew of out-of-this-country DJs injecting three rooms full of high-energy Euro-dance hits. 1771 West Ave., Miami Beach, 673-6508.
Rezurrection Hall at Club Nu, "Sportin' Good Time." Celebrity party promoter/Miami Dolphin safety Louis Oliver masters the art of good ol' partying. 245 22nd St., Miami Beach, 625-2200.
Squeeze, "The First Ever In-Progress Arts Festival." Paints and brushes are handed out as DJ Danny Bled and the Underbellys provide musical inspiration while aspiring artists express themselves on impromptu canvases. 2 S. New River Dr., Fort Lauderdale, 954-522-2151.
Cameo Theatre. Twisted pleasures, solidly in the tradition of the Cameo's dance-till-we-drop crowd. 1445 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 532-0922.
El Basilon, "Fiesta latina." Cha-cha to your heart's content with salsa and merengue rhythms celebrating the old Miami all night long, with good food to boot. 2041 Biscayne Blvd., 576-8089.
Cartoon Saloon, "Ladies Night." This cartoon- and comic-book-theme restaurant goes kooky with classic disco and food and drink creations from the farthest reaches of the universe. 1670 E. Oakland Park Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, 954-563-8666.
Churchill's Hideaway, "Reggae Night." Get irie as Miami's own Jah Roots Band takes charge of that island beat. 5501 NE Second Ave., 757-1807.
La Covacha, "La Carcel." A Cuban country roadhouse packed with patrons dancing to Latin rock. The club where a good time is always the first priority. 10730 NW 25th St., West Dade, 594-3717.
Twist, "Swan Song III." Celebrate White Party Week with DJ E-N Appell and all your closest friends for a night of dancing till dawn to benefit Health Crisis Network. 1057 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 538-9478.
Lua, "Back-Door Bamby." DJ Gigi spins a sexy blend of deep house mood music for an evening of erotic and not particularly subtle pleasures. 409 Espanola Way, Miami Beach, 672-8351.
Liquid, "Fat Black Pussycat." Seventies-minded club kids, Euro-not-so-trash, and perky little vixens collide in a happy Afrocentric mix, working the caldron of rampaging desires. 1439 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 532-9154.
Comedy Zone, "Club Flav-ahh!" Taste the flavor of DJ Miik as he steps behind the controls, dispensing deep and dirty underground tracks; with complimentary espresso all night long in case you need an added jolt. 1121 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 892-6979.
Bash, "Virtual Cocoon." Performance auteurs Men Smash Atoms project their unique, and slighty far out, imagination onto everyone who cares to watch. 655 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 538-2274.
Park Central Hotel, "Songwriters in the Round." Relax and enjoy as national and local talent come together, or showcase your own talent in the songwriting game at an early open mike. 640 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach, 899-7346.
Cafe Tu Tu Tango, "Martini Madness." A happy hour of fun for a new generation of martini lovers -- with more than 50 concoctions -- and the smooth jazz sounds of the Bill Pace Trio. 3015 Grand Ave. (CocoWalk), Coconut Grove, 529-2222.
Bermuda Bar, "Wild Women's Wednesday." A hot and bothered ladies night with tropical munchies, dancing till dawn, and cocktail courtesies for women. 3509 NE 163rd St., North Miami Beach, 945-0196.
Cafe Iguana, "Salsa Ardiente." Kendall's megaclub rolls out the heavy artillery for the young and restless, Latin division. 8505 Mills Dr., Town & Country Center, Kendall, 274-4948.
-- By Liz Martinez
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