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Silicon Beach: Miami New Times Tweetup

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This year's fourth tweetup was a blast at Lucky Strike on South Beach, although once again, it was more like a rockin' party than a proper tweetup. The cute and bubbly sign-in girls were just the start. It was a great time, even if we were all scattered about and didn't know who the heck was with the Tweetup group. Free Grolsch beer plus mojitos made with delicious Moleca cachaca, were definitely the life of the party. And people did get their bowl on as each New Times guest could enjoy one free game.

For future tweetups make sure to follow our lovely Miami scenestress @newtimesstreet and our fabulous web editor @miaminewtimes.

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