Ten Best Things to Do in Miami This Weekend

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Welcome back, weekend. But above all, welcome back, Mr. Guy Fieri, who's in town this weekend for the annual South Beach Wine & Food Festival.

A year between running into Fieri -- and his bitchin' wrap-around shades, bleach-blond locks, radical flame-print shirts, and sweet goatee -- late at night at Mac's Club Deuce is becoming far too long to stomach. We want to run into the Diners, Drive-ins and Dives star on South Beach 365 days a year --give or take 150 for filming.

If you're reading this, Guy, forget about Flavor Town, buddy. You can be our mayor instead. Fieri 2013!

Anyhow, here are the ten best things to do in Miami this week, y'all.

Friday, February 22

Al Roker - The weather forecast today calls for 100 percent chance of Al, baby.

Beer Tasting With Spiegelau - Are you a frat boy or a beer snob? Learn about your brew, brah.

Calvin Harris - We found love in a hopeless place at Story nightclub.

El Fresco Grand Opening - Yep, big Art in Little Havana. Ay que rico.

Saturday, February 23

Alvin Ailey Dance Theater - Make every effort possible to catch the "best African-American dance company in the world" this Saturday and Sunday.

ComedyTime.tv Live Taping - Laugh until you're crying and peeing at the same time with some of the funniest people in South Florida.

Drag Queen Bingo - When in Rome, do as the Romans do. When in South Beach, do as a diva.

Sunday, February 24

Heat vs. Cavaliers - Remember when LeBron played in Cleveland? Yuck.

"Minotaurocracy" - Catch Wes Kline's artistic ode to avant-garde painter and experimental film producer Hans Richter at Project 924.

SoBe Wine & Food Festival Sunday Afternoon Fix - Close out the foodie fest with Guy Fieri and a host of other Food Networks stars.

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