Over the Weekend: Victoria's Secret Model Search, Miami-Broward One Carnival, and Visionary Expo

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Victoria's Secret Model Search

A few weeks ago, Victoria's Secret announced it would be doing a nationwide search for its next Runway Angel. Saturday, hundreds of hopefuls lined outside the Ganvesoort South Hotel in Miami Beach for the chance to be chosen. Click here to view the full slideshow.

Visionary Expo at Doubletree Miami Mart

Oh boy, Miami needs another tattoo expo like it needs more assholes. Visionary Expo is actually the third one this year, but we'll give credit were credit is due since the event tries to put a new spin on it by pairing together tattoo artists and painters. Click here to view the full slideshow.

Fort Lauderdale Cup at Parker Playhouse

We aren't going to pretend like we understand physique competitions -- we don't. Women put on cheesy costumes, pounds of makeup and enough bronzer to ensure a local shortage. We'll stop there because we are pretty sure these women can beat us up. Click here to view the full slideshow.

October's Wynwood Art Walk

With Art Basel around the corner, Miami's galleries are starting to pull out all the stops to ensure they'll be ready by December. Click here to view the full slideshow.

Miami-Broward One Carnival

The Middle East might still need help, but we can all sleep better at night knowing that at least one local conflict is over. Miami and Broward's respective carnivals finally put their differences aside this year and joined forced to bring together the Miami-Broward One Carnival to the streets of downtown Miami. Click here to view the full slideshow.

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