The Ten Best Things to Do this Weekend

Wait for it...

Wait for it....


And it's almost as though we didn't even have to wait that long, right? Surely enough secret shots under your desk pulled you through the week so Friday came a lot sooner than expected.

It's cool. We don't judge.

Anyway, there's lots to do in the Magic City this weekend. Smokey Robinson's in town. A bunch of chefs are putting their toques together to fight off diabetes. Saturday it's Artwalk in Wynwood. And Theresa Caputo, TLC's Long Island Medium, is here to talk to your dead relatives.

Wanna know why we live in the best city ever? Because we make it that way.

Here are your ten best things to do this weekend.


Allen Stone: This time he's live from Bayfront Park. Not his mother's living room.

Helmut Newton: A Liberating Focus: On weekend of kink is not enough. You need another. Always.

Free Fridays: Nothing competes with free. So stop trying.


Artwalk: Hipsters! Handlebar mustaches! Bourbon drinks in mason jars! Artwalk!

Smokey Robinson: But ain't too much sadder than the tears of a clown/ When there's no one around.

Theresa Caputo: We love her. Not even ashamed to admit it.

Michna: Dubby tripped-out instrumental hip hop and electro beats for. The. Win.

Hamlet: To be! The answer is always to be! (And to go.)


Pleasures of the Palate: Throw on your capes and kick diabetes in the butt.

Buddy Valastro: The boss is in town and he's down to bake with you.

Femi Kuti: Keeping the Afrobeat alive, one city at a time.

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