Happy February 15th, y'all! If you spent last night cold and alone with no one to keep you company except a box of Franzia and the sad songs of Billy Joel, congratulations! You made it through the night.
But if you're "happily" attached, hopelessly in love, or otherwise socially conditioned to think February 14th justifies the respect of love more than any other day on the calendar, there's good news for you too.
It's the weekend, y'all!
Ladies Night Out Tour: It's the day after Valentine's Day and this is the MOST logically-named thing to do.
The Road to Paid Dues Tour: Notorious for his anti-gangster ways, Murs just wants to perform for Miami's stage.
Ayikodans 25th Anniversary: Haiti's superb dancing company brings hope and energy to the dance community.
Swamp Stomp: A Tobacco Road-hosted music festival HIGHLY worth your piqued curiosity.
Grace Potter & the Nocturnals: Effortlessly commanding audiences everywhere -- and now Miami gets to have a taste.
Gloria Gaynor at Casino Miami: First we were afraid, we were petrified... but then Gloria showed up!
Coconut Grove Arts Festival: It may have a fair-like feel to it, but good art hides behind the masses of this fest.
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Kite Day Kite Festival: If our favorite childhood nanny says "Let's go fly a kite," we're damn well gonna go fly one.
Steve Miller Band: If the Beach Boys get a second chance in the limelight, Steve Miller Band will too.
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