Over the Weekend: Fame, TattooLaPalooza, and Wynwood Art Walk

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Rain has been replaced by intolerable heat, and we aren't sure which is worse. Still, we braved the rise in temperature to make sure we wouldn't miss everything that happened over the weekend:

Grand Opening of Fame

Parkwest reopened Friday night under a new moniker, Fame. The club "officially" opens next weekend, but here's a preview of what you can expect. Click here to view the full slide show.

The Postmarks at Propaganda

South Florida indie darlings the Postmarks previewed material from their upcoming album Friday night at Propaganda in Lake Worth. Click here to read the review or here to view the slide show.

TattooLaPalooza at Miami Beach Convention Center

Yep, another tattoo convention at the Miami Beach Convention Center. This time it was TattooLaPalooza. Click here to view the full slide show.

July's Wynwood Art Walk

Only six more months until Basel, but if you visit Wynwood during any second Saturday, you'd never think the festival left. Click here to view the full slide show.

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