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2011's Most Memorable Miami Culture: A Photo Tour

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Remember that time geeks dressed as storm troopers took over the Miami Airport Convention Center? What about the bridal swimwear that walked the runway at Fashion Week Swim? Or the gold-plated, hundred-dollar-bill-covered bicycle at Wynwood Art Walk all those months ago?

All year long, Cultist keeps you abreast of the most wonderful, most wacky, and most "WTF?" happenings in Miami culture. And as 2011 comes to an end, we've compiled our favorite events, exhibits and more into a look back through the best of the best.

Join us, won't you, on a trip through Miami Culture 2011 in photos?

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