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Free Events This Week: Free Booze for Chicks, Artsy Stuff, Sexual Chocolate

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This is it. The last week we have left to enjoy the charms of our fair city before it's time for Memorial Day weekend's mass exodus. Live it up, folks, because the end is near.

And if you're planning to drop big bucks over the holiday, no worries -- there's lots of free stuff going on before Friday afternoon rolls around. So you can save your pennies for when you really need them.


In Defense of Chocolate at Whole Foods: Get schooled in how chocolate can kick things up a notch -- both in the kitchen and the bedroom. If it was good enough for Montezuma and the Mayans, it's good enough for you.


Ladies Night at Blackbird Ordinary: There are lots of downsides to being a chick. Periods, pregnancy, shitty pay. So take advantage of the perks while you can. Free well drinks are one of 'em.


Free admission at the Patricia and Phillip Frost Art Museum: Meet the talent, learn a little something and get your aesthetic on.


Blow Up Screening at the Wolfsonian: Get a little Italian in your life with this classic 1966 flick about a photographer who thinks he eyeballed a murder. You can cruise the rest of the museum too, free of charge.

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