The Ten Best Things to Do in Miami This Weekend


Okay, maybe you're not. It's not like the Dolphins gave us much to celebrate last season. And a game between Peyton Manning (him again? yawn) and the Seahawks (who?) doesn't exactly scream "must-watch" to Miami's sporty demographic.

Luckily, Miami doesn't need any stinking Super Bowl to have fun this weekend. We've got professional wrestling, beer festivals, Seinfeld in our backyard, and even a couple Borscht filmmakers talking about vagina puppets. Richard Sherman ain't got nothin' on us.


WWE Live: Think of it as the Super Bowl on steroids. Well, more steroids.

Nipsey Hussle: Check out the Jay Z-approved rapper for far less than the cost of his latest album release.

Burgie Awards: This culinary collection of South Florida's best burgers rarely disappoints.

Jerry Seinfeld: Here's hoping he addresses the similarities between Pharrell's hat at the Grammy's and Elaine's urban sombrero.


Fashion|Art|Music Night: Think of it as Coconut Grove's monthly art walk on steroids. Fashion-forward, sweet-sounding steroids.

Miami Beer Festival: Bottoms up!

Mystery Dates: You just might fall in love with a piece of art at MOCA's annual fundraiser. Just don't try to take it home to meet your mother.

Isabel Allende: Hear the author read from her latest, Ripper.

Filmgate Interactive 2014: This fest runs through Feb. 5, and features all kinds of weird Miami panels and performances.


Super Bowl: You know you're going to end up watching the game anyway, right? Here are a few great places to do just that.

Bonus item: You're going to Artopia, right? If you order your tickets by Sunday, you'll save a ton of cash with New Times' early-bird pricing. Just saying.

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