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The Ten Best Things to Do in Miami This Weekend

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Were you at Iron Fork last night? If you're anyone in this town, you were there. The entire New Times staff was there. And because there were copious amounts of food and booze and acrobats and Legally Blonde performances and snow confetti, well, you can imagine how rough our morning was.

Rouuuuuuuuuuuugh.

Anyway, we're not just here to brag. The good news is that there's a truck load of stuff to do this weekend that will make up for it. Check out the ten best things to do in Miami this weekend.

Friday

Black Sheep Society: SCORE. No, really though. It's at Score.

Coolio: Coolio wants to be on that food flow.

Free Art Fridays: No one's too rich for free.

Saturday

Mad Decent Block Party: Diplo + Major Lazer's Jillionaire and Walshy Fire = Fire.

Grow Your Own Deliciousness Workshop: Don't you want to know where you lunch came from?

Debbie Deb: When we hear music, it makes us dance.

Diplo: Dip-go.

Slava's Snowshow: Someone once described this to us as Cirque du Soleil on snowy acid.

Sunday

Ultimate Dodgeball Qualifier: Are you an Average Joe or a Purple Cobra?

Marlins v. Indians: Bring your pooches! They'll be allowed in this Sunday.

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