The Ten Best Things to Do in Miami This Weekend

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Animals have an innate sense when it comes to therapy for people. Dogs can sense an epileptic seizure before it even happens, and you can't.

They love unconditionally, and provide warmth and protection. For you it depends on your mood.

They're pretty much the best non-humans ever. In fact, our pets should be considered super humans. They're so much better than us. They don't complain. They're quiet when they eat. They cuddle with you when you're feeling sad. They make you laugh when they're just being themselves.

Seriously. WTF, humans. We could learn a thing or two from our pets.

Good thing there's a whole day dedicated to them this weekend. (By the way, don't forget this Sunday is Mother's Day.)


Fear Factory: Eight albums and 20 years later, and still rockin' on.

Jose Manuel Ballester: Concealed Spaces: Imagine looking at The Last Supper by Leonardo Da Vinci, and seeing an empty room.

The Laramie Project: Don't be surprised if you find a Westboro Baptist Church picketer near the show.


Miami Pet Expo: It's raining puppies and kittens and, oh, what a glorious day it is.

Taste of Haiti: Billy the Marlin to be made into pwason fris?

George Lopez: Push your cousin!

Art Walk: Art, food, mustaches, and more!

Digitalism: A German indie electro-house duo.

Cedric Gervais: Where Cedric goes, celebrities follow. Look pretty.


Mother's Day Brunch: Deals, heels, mimosas, and womb-talk!

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