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Over the Weekend: '80s Prom, White Party and Chris Brown

The long weekend may be over but the busy season is just getting started. With Art Basel Miami Beach starting this weekend, you'll be lucky if you're alive come Sunday. But let's not get ahead of ourselves -- here is what you missed over the weekend:

'80s Prom at the Vagabond

Once again, Sweat Records encouraged people to tease their hair and dress in questionable attire for its seventh annual '80s Prom. Click here to view the full slideshow.

Art Scavenger Hunt and Afterparty at the Bubble

What better way to add to your own personal art collection than stumbling onto it in the middle on downtown Fort Lauderdale? Saturday night, people had the chance to do exactly that. Click here to view the full slideshow.


White Party 2009 at Vizcaya Museum and Gardens

Despite 25 years of raising money for HIV/AIDS research, White Party shows no signs of slowing down. Revelers still came out to party under the moonlight for a good cause. Click here to view the full slideshow.

Chris Brown at Revolution

Love him or hate him, Chris Brown apparently still has fans in South Florida. The controversial R&B singer gave fans the opportunity to catch him in an intimate setting when he performed at Revolution Live in Fort Lauderdale Sunday night. Click here to view the full slideshow.

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