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  • Gregory de la Haba's Surfboards and Skateboards (NSFW)
    Controversial artist Gregory de la Haba is back in Miami after causing a stir during Art Basel with his installation "Between Nothingness And Paradise." Starting May 5, Miami Beach's World Erotic Art Museum will exhibit De la Haba's "Surfboards and Skateboards." Here are some pieces from that...
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  • Katy Perry at Revolution
    Pop singer Katy Perry stopped by Revolution for her Hello Katy Tour Wednesday night.
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  • April 2009 Month in Photos
    This month, Miami Beach celebrated its first city-sanctioned gay pride, dragon boats invaded the waters of Biscayne Bay, Lady GaGa just danced at Revolution, and Black Sheep Bar crowned a winner for its gothic beauty pageant.
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  • Pint-Size Preacher Photo Outtakes
    Terry Durham is 11-years-old and an ordained minister, and while he inspires everybody he meets, to some his family seems more invested in his profitability. Check out photo outtakes from this feature.
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  • Misfit Fridays at Louis
    Team Overthrow, Alexis Mincolla and Sam Baum, rebooted Misfit Fridays this past weekend at Louis at the Gansevoort South Hotel.
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  • Miami Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival at Miami Marine Stadium
    Festive, colorful dragon boats launched from Miami Marine Stadium in Virginia Key for the Miami Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival.
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  • Swamp Stomp Music Festival at Jimbo's
    Afrobeta, Cleaveland Jones, Jahfe and more performed at Swamp Stomp Music Festival Saturday at Jimbo's in Virginia Key.
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  • Fall Out Boy at Pompano Beach Amphitheater
    Fall Out Boy's Believers Never Die, Part Deux tour, originally scheduled at Boca Raton's Mizner Park, stopped by Pompano Beach Amphitheater Tuesday, along with Cobra Starship, Metro Station, All Time Low and West Palm Beach's Hey Monday.
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  • 4/20 BBQ Smokeout at PS14
    In celebration of 4/20, PS14 had a smokeout -- a barbecue smokeout. But munchies aside, there was also live music by Coppa Stone, Spread the Dub, Don Sha, ArtOfficial, King Bee, and Boy Prostitute.
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