Over The Weekend - A Music Fest, Beach Tennis, Funkshion, and A Madonna Party

Ivon David Rojas
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Another rainy weekend didn't stop the people from partying non stop as the Winter Music Conference drew to a close. The Sony Ericsson Open started last week and continues far in to this coming week. Traffic was hell at all hours of the night as you approached Miami Beach thanks to all the parties going on, but again this didn't deter party-goers. And let's not forget the Ultra Music Festival. The hangover isn't going to be pretty. -- Elvis Ramirez

Lucy Orozco

For those who can't stand sitting on a bench for hours watching people hit a ball back and forth, beach tennis provided much relief over the weekend. Read a recap of the event.

Michelle F. Solomon

Madonna didn't show up for the release party in honor of her new album, but DJs like Bob Sinclar turned the party out with out her presence.

Ivon David Rojas

Funkshion also came into town this week, dazzling fashion enthusiasts with new outfits to drool over.

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