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Around Town This Weekend

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For some (like us), it's just another Friday, but for you lucky guys and dolls, it's the beginning of a three-day weekend, and that means an extra day of debauchery. Or catching up on The Young and the Restless, whichever is more your style.

Miami Carnival jumps off today, so the parties, flag-waving, and country-repping will be at a maximum from downtown Miami to SoBe. The pierced and the painted will be at the Visionary Expo -- a mishmash of tattoos, art, and music -- through Sunday, but showing up today means it's less likely a hungover brute will ink your bod. Out at the Doral Resort, the Puma Open has already teed off, but it's not too late to catch dinner and Vegas-style gaming at 7 p.m. with today's players.

Of course, second Saturdays are for, uh, Second Saturdays. This month is extra-extra-special because New Times will put on a show of some our most amazing covers from the past 22 years. Be at the Miami Art Space and see the collection -- compiled, created, and curated by our incredible design team. Oh, and there'll be an open bar. Why? Because we love you.

Click here for more Saturday happenings and here for Sunday's.

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