The Ten Best Things to Do in Miami This Weekend

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So much for that storm, Andrea. You built up some hype, and then failed to deliver. What did you do to the 305? Nada. Niente. Psh. You called yourself a storm.

In other news, the Heat lost last night, but we haven't lost hope. I mean, it kind of sucks that we lost the home court advantage (WTF, guys?) but, you win some and you lose some.

So, we'll get 'em next time...?

Count it.

Here are the ten best things to do in Miami this weekend (because crying over the loss isn't one of them).


Jazid's 17th Anniversary: Jazid was just an infant when we moved to Miami.

Eric Prydz: Why do they always have fit people in the work-out videos? See: Call on Me.

Freeway vs. Diamond D.: The spawn on one of hip-hop's greatest names.


SoleFest: These kicks are bound to steal your sole and keep you on your toes.

Art Walk: O, the places we could go!

'90s Homecoming: At last year's homecoming, we served Beveral Hills 90210 Donna Martin realness.

Los Amigos Invisibles: Except we can totally see them!

Autre Ne Veut: Fluency in French is not required.


Pon di River: A perfect reggae revolution for Sunday.

La Noche I. Delicatissima: An adaptation of Tennessee Williams' The Night of the Iguana.

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