Maybe you were good this weekend. You abstained from booze, got in a 10-mile bike ride, read studious literature instead of your usual Maxim selection. You were productive, healthy, and well-rested.
And bored. You were also super bored.
So, we think your good behavior has earned you some weekday debauchery. Lucky for you, free booze, free booze, and more free booze is being poured out around town this week. And everything tastes so much sweeter when you're not the one paying.
Get a taste of Key Biscayne. Like, literally. Wine and cheese, a chocolate fountain (seriously) and live entertainment. Like we didn't love Key Biscayne enough already.
If you're of the female persuasion, you can score free draft beer and frozen margaritas. Hell, women get paid less and bear the children -- they might as well reap some kind of benefits.
Free draft beer, wine and a house band. We had you at free beer, didn't we?
If you've got a wee one, bring 'em in for free interactive activities and some schooling of the fun variety. Better than sitting them in front of the boob tube, right?
Get caught up on the first flick before the next one comes out. Besides, you know you're a die-hard Trekie, despite the claims you make to the contrary.
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