It's here, the moment we've all been waiting for. Friday is upon us like a golden ray of sun after a dark and stormy night. That strange feeling radiating through your bones? It's hope.
Aren't you ready to drown that hope in chicken wings, gallery wine, and chocolate? Don't you want to get out there and hit the streets for some fine art, or to meet the twink of your dreams? Maybe you just want to get loud and crazy with the rest of your local brethren in the craziest block-party the city has ever seen?
Dame mas gasoline, the best things to do this weekend are right here.
Miami International Film Festival The big red carpet kick off is tonight. Check our guide of must-see films, and the official schedule before heading anywhere.
Winter Party One of the largest LGBTQ celebrations in the country is coming to Miami this weekend for fun that lasts through Monday.
Feast with the Beasts This is great. Animals don't care if you chew with your mouth full (take that, mom).
Wingfest Come test the tastes of the town and decide once and for all who's got the best wings in Miami.
Second Saturday Art Walk The best Saturday night in Wynwood is back. Just make sure you don't get your greasy food-truck fingers all over the pretty gallery walls.
World Cat Congress You're never going to see an event like this again. Hundreds of cats representing 30-35 breeds, and there's a fashion show.
Miami Fine Beverage, Chocolate and Food Show Wait, what about what we just said didn't you find appealing? Our mouths are already watering.
Sleeping Beauty This classic tale is a beautiful ballet the whole family can enjoy, and today's the last day to catch it.
Max Raabe and the Palast Orchestra This music will put a spell on you, and we're giving away free tickets.
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Calle Ocho This is Miami's premiere block-party celebration, complete with ratchet insanity and a headlining performance from Daddy Yankee. (Calle Ocho)
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