Over the Weekend: Mos Def, Radioboxer and South Florida Tattoo Expo

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With three storms whirling around us, it reminds us that we are the midst of hurricane season. So from here on out we need to remember a storm-free weekend is a blessing. Let's hope this upcoming weekend remains quiet.

Anyway, here is what happened during over the (storm-free) weekend:

Woodstock 40th Anniversary Party at Cinema Paradiso

The legendary music festival, Woodstock, turned 40 this month and to celebrate Cinema Paradiso in Fort Lauderdale threw a party featuring arts and crafts, work by local artists and films that highlighted the event. Click here to view the full slideshow.

Mos Def at Arsht Center

MC and actor Mos Def stopped by the Knight Concert Hall at the Adrienne Arsht Center of the Performing Arts in downtown Miami to remind everyone he is still devote to making music. Click here to view the full slideshow.

South Florida Tattoo Expo at Deerfield Beach Hilton

Hot rods, live music and, of course, tattoos were all part of this year's South Florida Tattoo Expo at the Deerfield Beach Hilton. Click here to view the full (NSFW) slideshow.

Radioboxer at The Annex

Local band Radioboxer turned The Annex in Hialeah into a vaudeville spectacle for its art-meets-music event. Click here to view the full slideshow.

Japanese Snack Tasting at Tate's

Lauderhill comics store Tate's hosted a Japanese snack tasting event Sunday giving costumers an opportunity to sample the Far East treats for free. Click here to view the full slideshow.

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