December 8, 2014 | 7:05am
With Basel behind you, it's likely you're feeling dehydrated, sleep-deprived and seriously sick of conversations about art. So. Much. Art speak.
You could probably use a break. But it's a brand new week, and the best time of the year in Miami, so this is no time to head into hibernation. Start fresh today with a whole host of free stuff to do (because you probably blew your budget on Basel), courtesy of Cultist.
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Courtesy of Wynwood Hearts
Wynwood Hearts' Basel Closing Party at the LAB Miami: Get the skinny on Wynwood's brand new creative collective by checking out their interactive performance piece and local artist's marketplace.
BHA Tree Lighting at 1814 Brickell Park: Get into the holiday spirit and act like a little kid again. Sit on Santa's lap (or shake his hand, whatevs), mix, mingle, and bask in the glow of twinkly lights.
2 Fast 2 Furious at Soundscape: Check out the fast and furious posse in the first of many sequels. RIP Paul Walker.
The Science Behind Science Fiction panel at Open Stage Club: Your friends at COSEE Florida, Nerd Nite Miami, and the Miami International Science Fiction Film Festival bring an expert panel to answer all your burning sci-fi fan questions.
Buskerfest in Downtown Miami: Even if you're Baseled out, stop by and check out some street performance. Local artists will be doing 45-minute sets of sweet tunes.
Victuals, Libations, and Song at the Wolfsonian: Cheese, beer and holiday cheer, all in the spirit of the WWI Christmas Truce of 1914. God bless us, everyone.
Meet Creative Director of MacKenzie-Childs at Neiman Marcus Merrick Park: If you've got bucks and you're all about high-end Christmas collecting (or if you're in to acting as if), join a meet and greet with MacKenzie-Childs creative director Rebecca Proctor as she chats about their new holiday collection.
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