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'The Donkey Show' Opens At Adrienne Arsht Center July 13 (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

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Is it a party? Maybe. Is it a club? Close. Is it a musical? Sort of.

It’s not easy describing "The Donkey Show." What it is, its William Shakespeare’s "A Midsummer Night's Dream" played out on the Arsht Center’s Ziff Ballet Opera House stage, which is transformed into a nightclub for guests to live their own fabulous disco fantasy. From the moment you are on line to get in, “Mauricio the Doorman” is already giving you the infamous "club door" treatment but allows you through the velvet ropes and onto the show.

The sounds of the best of '70s disco lure you in as the DJ plays hit after hit after hit. Go-go dancers, dancing queens and all these club characters welcome you to what is a club complete with a full bar and VIP tables. Once the show gets started, you will realize you have been in the show all along. The story moves to the lyrics of the music and theatrics seem to happen at all corners of "the club." Watch from the sidelines or be part of the show, chances are, something will happen right in front of you or with you. (Story continues below.)

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Trying to follow the story while doing the hustle gets tricky but once you stop worrying about that, you start to have fun. Once the story is over, the DJ welcomes you to stay and dance as I found myself doing alongside KC of KC and the Sunshine Band.

“It’s a perfect fit," the Miami native shared. "We originated that sound, so to come to the AAC right here on this stage, the largest production they’ve ever had on this stage, to celebrate the timeliness of that music is just great.”

Starting Sunday, August 5, KC will be hosting Sunshine Sundays and maybe you too can boogie, oogie, oogie with the legend himself.

And if you want to know why they call it "The Donkey Show," you’ll have to see it for yourself.

Dance floor tickets are priced from $45-$60 on Fridays and Saturdays and VIP seats from $60-$75 (18 and up only), and a $10 discount is available to those purchasing tickets to the first 5 preview performances, July 13 to 15. Grab tickets online or through the Arsht Center box office at 305-949-6722. -- Jipsy

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area 31 view

Perched on the 16th floor of the Epic Hotel with a view of the Miami River, Area 31 is the kind of aerie we love -- the kind that offers stunning views and delectable, locally-inspired fare in equal measure.

Fortunately for downtown diners, after grabbing a few months' beauty rest, the restaurant reopened last month with an updated interior and a new executive chef at the helm. Wolfgang Birk, who previously served as the opening executive chef at Casa Casuarina and Cooper Avenue, now heads up a team that includes charming lead bartender Dean Feddaoui and master sommelier Emily Wines.

On Birk's new menu: chilled melon and cucumber soup (), greens from Homestead's famed Paradise Farms (), fluke topped with caviar (), crab cakes (), and bone-on ribeye with crisp yucca potato and bone marrow bordelaise (). The lobster wonton ravioli () is a winner, as is roasted lamb (), but nowhere was Area 31's new direction toward local, farm fresh raw materials more evident than in a perfectly dressed baby beet and fried goat cheese salad with blood orange and marcona almond shavings (). It's a stunning combination.

Inside, Area 31 is chic yet comfortable, dressed in neutrals to show off floor-to-ceiling windows and a massive wine installation. On the terrace, the dramatic view's the thing. Just beyond the table is a twinkling expanse that makes Area 31 feel like the sort of place in which secret lovers in films (and we mean that in a good way). Surrounding towers sprouting across the river in Brickell give the open air terrace a cozy feel, but views up the Miami River and out to Biscayne Bay don't let diners forget there's no other place like this in the city.

When to go: in addition to dinner (6 p.m. - 10 p.m., until 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays), Area 31 is open for lunch from 11:30 a.m. - 3 p.m. with time-friendly fare including a brisket blend burger () and crispy mahi fish taco (). The Terrace Lounge features a DJ on Thursday and Friday nights.

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What city has more fun than us? That's right.

H/T: Miami Bike Scene

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luckyrice

We love you, Miami.

We also love food, more food, and booze.

So we're giving away a pair of VIP tickets to Luckyrice, a one-night-only feast celebrating Asian food and cocktail culture presented by Bombay Sapphire East. The November 15 bash at the gorgeous Raleigh hotel will be co-hosted by Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto and Miami's own famous foodster, Michael Schwartz.

Why you want these tickets: over 30 local chefs and bar experts from the likes of Bazaar by José Andrés, Khong River House, Juvia, the Setai Grill, and Phuc Yea will be on hand with their tastiest fare, and VIP status not only guarantees early entry for you and a friend but also comes with access to the VIP Chefs Lounge.

To enter, answer our tweeted question to be included in a random drawing. We have a winner! Thank you!

This contest is open to legal residents of the 50 United States, the District of Columbia and Canada (excluding Quebec) who are 18 and older. Your entry must be made before noon Eastern Time on October 23, 2013. You may enter once. One winner will be selected in a random drawing receive two (2) VIP tickets to Luckyrice Miami valued at 5 each. Contest rules.

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Curated by the Grammy museum in Los Angeles, a new Bob Marley exhibit at HistoryMiami presents rarely seen artifacts and photos of the reggae legend. The exhibit includes special programming to highlight Marley's ties and impact on South Florida, where he and his family once lived.

"Bob Marley Messenger" runs through January 5.

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    Kiran Bhagat, 29, of Richmond, Va., takes a photograph while viewing the Bob Marley Messenger exhibit at HistoryMiami, Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2013, in Miami. The exhibition was curated by the GRAMMY Museum at L.A. LIVE in Los Angeles, and features artifacts, photographs and interactive elements to showcase the reggae musician's life. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

  • Kamala Bhagat

    Kamala Bhagat, 26, of Richmond, Va., embraces a mural of Bob Marley as she poses for a photograph taken by her sister at the Bob Marley Messenger exhibit at HistoryMiami, Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2013, in Miami. The exhibition was curated by the GRAMMY Museum at L.A. LIVE in Los Angeles, and features artifacts, photographs and interactive elements to showcase the reggae musician's life. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

  • Clothing worn by the I-Threes and a Gibson Les Paul Special guitar are displayed at the Bob Marley Messenger exhibit at HistoryMiami, Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2013, in Miami. The exhibition was curated by the GRAMMY Museum at L.A. LIVE in Los Angeles, and features artifacts, photographs and interactive elements to showcase the reggae musician's life.

  • Album covers by Bob Marley are displayed at the Bob Marley Messenger exhibit at HistoryMiami, Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2013, in Miami. The exhibition was curated by the GRAMMY Museum at L.A. LIVE in Los Angeles, and features artifacts, photographs and interactive elements to showcase the reggae musician's life.

  • A photograph of Bob Marley is displayed at the Bob Marley Messenger exhibit at HistoryMiami, Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2013, in Miami. The exhibition was curated by the GRAMMY Museum at L.A. LIVE in Los Angeles, and features artifacts, photographs and interactive elements to showcase the reggae musician's life.

  • Visitors look at displays at the Bob Marley Messenger exhibit at HistoryMiami, Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2013, in Miami. The exhibition was curated by the GRAMMY Museum at L.A. LIVE in Los Angeles, and features artifacts, photographs and interactive elements to showcase the reggae musician's life.

  • Kiran Bighat, 29, of Richmond, Va., right, poses for a photo for her sister Kamala Bhagat, 22, left, in front of a mural at the Bob Marley Messenger exhibit at HistoryMiami, Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2013, in Miami. The exhibition was curated by the GRAMMY Museum at L.A. LIVE in Los Angeles, and features artifacts, photographs and interactive elements to showcase the reggae musician's life.

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Friday night, the new Blue Starlite Drive-In had its grand opening in Wynwood with a screening of "Back To The Future," projected from a cherry red 1950s Chevy truck. The pop-up drive-in can hold 20 to 24 cars and has seats near the front of the viewing area.

For a list of upcoming films, click here.

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  • A neon sign glows on the opening night of the Blue Starlite Mini Urban Drive-In movie theater, Friday, Oct.11, 2013, in the Wynwood neighborhood of Miami. The theatre was opened by Josh Frank, 38, of Miami Beach, Fla., who has another outdoor theater in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

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    Devin Harclerode, 22, of Miami, puts popcorn into a box on the opening night of the Blue Starlite Mini Urban Drive-In movie theater, Friday, Oct.11, 2013, in the Wynwood neighborhood of Miami. The theatre was opened by Josh Frank, 38, of Miami Beach, Fla., who has another outdoor theater in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

  • A 1950's Chevy truck serves as a projection booth on the opening night of the Blue Starlite Mini Urban Drive-In movie theater, Friday, Oct.11, 2013, in the Wynwood neighborhood of Miami. The theatre was opened by Josh Frank, 38, of Miami Beach, Fla., who has another outdoor theater in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

  • People watch the movie "Back to the Future" on the opening night of the Blue Starlite Mini Urban Drive-In movie theater, Friday, Oct.11, 2013, in the Wynwood neighborhood of Miami. The theatre was opened by Josh Frank, 38, of Miami Beach, Fla., who has another outdoor theater in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

  • Appetizers sit on the truck of a car before a screening of the movie Back to the Future on the opening night of the Blue Starlite Mini Urban Drive-In movie theater, Friday, Oct.11, 2013, in the Wynwood neighborhood of Miami. The theatre was opened by Josh Frank, 38, of Miami Beach, Fla., who has another outdoor theater in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

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    MIAMI, FL - OCTOBER 11: Moviegoers watch 'Back to the Future' at The Blue Starlite Mini Urban Drive-In on October 11, 2013 in Miami, Florida. Many traditional drive-in theaters around the United States have closed but the owner of The Blue Starlite held a grand opening for his small outdoor facility, which can accommodate 20 to 24 cars and has seats near the front of the viewing area, with hopes it will become popular in the urban core of Miami. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

  • Pop Up Urban Drive In Movie Theater Opens In Miami's Wynwood Neighborhood

    MIAMI, FL - OCTOBER 11: Anouska Greene, Peyton Greene and Jeff Greene watch 'Back to the Future' at The Blue Starlite Mini Urban Drive-In on October 11, 2013 in Miami, Florida. Many traditional drive-in theaters around the United States have closed but the owner of The Blue Starlite held a grand opening for his small outdoor facility, which can accommodate 20 to 24 cars and has seats near the front of the viewing area, with hopes it will become popular in the urban core of Miami. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

  • Pop Up Urban Drive In Movie Theater Opens In Miami's Wynwood Neighborhood

    MIAMI, FL - OCTOBER 11: Moviegoers watch 'Back to the Future' at The Blue Starlite Mini Urban Drive-In on October 11, 2013 in Miami, Florida. Many traditional drive-in theaters around the United States have closed but the owner of The Blue Starlite held a grand opening for his small outdoor facility, which can accommodate 20 to 24 cars and has seats near the front of the viewing area, with hopes it will become popular in the urban core of Miami. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

  • A family watches the movie "Back to the Future" on the opening night of the Blue Starlite Mini Urban Drive-In movie theater, Friday, Oct.11, 2013, in the Wynwood neighborhood of Miami. The movie is projected from a 1950's Chevy truck, left. The theatre was opened by Josh Frank, 38, of Miami Beach, Fla., who has another outdoor theater in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

  • Jake Aleman, Evan Aleman

    Jake Aleman, 10, left, and his brother Evan, 7, of Miami Beach, Fla., watch the movie Back to the Future from their family's vehicle on the opening night of the Blue Starlite Mini Urban Drive-In movie theater, Friday, Oct.11, 2013, in the Wynwood neighborhood of Miami. The theatre was opened by Josh Frank, 38, of Miami Beach, Fla., who has another outdoor theater in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

  • Pop Up Urban Drive In Movie Theater Opens In Miami's Wynwood Neighborhood

    MIAMI, FL - OCTOBER 11: Amalie Alvarez (L) and Alejandra Azel watch 'Back to the Future' at The Blue Starlite Mini Urban Drive-In on October 11, 2013 in Miami, Florida. Many traditional drive-in theaters around the United States have closed but the owner of The Blue Starlite held a grand opening for his small outdoor facility, which can accommodate 20 to 24 cars and has seats near the front of the viewing area, with hopes it will become popular in the urban core of Miami. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

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It was a Saturday night in Miami, so it was a given Dwyane Wade was somewhere looking sharp -- and naturally, we found him hosting a celebration for the "GQ Men" book.

Presented by Hennessy V.S., the swank soiree at the SLS Hotel's Hyde Beach included a performance from Nas that got the whole bar bouncing to classic hits like "Hate Me Now," "Ain't Hard To Tell," "If I Ruled the World" and "Made You Look."

Spotted in the crowd: actress Gabrielle Union and Wade's Heat teammate Michael Beasley, rocking some bright yellow pants. Check out photos below, and click here to find out what Wade shared about the looks he's planning for the upcoming NBA season.

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luckyrice

Things are about to get verrrry busy in Miami -- and while we're saving up sleep for the week of Art Basel, the hardest part of anticipation during "the season" is knowing South Beach Wine And Food Festival is on it's way, but we can't taste anything yet!

Fortunately, you won't have to wait to until February for delectable food from Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto or Miami's own Michael Schwartz. The pair of celebrated chefs are co-hosting Miami's second annual LuckyRice festival, a one-night-only feast celebrating Asian food and cocktail culture, on November 15 at the gorgeous Raleigh hotel.

LuckyRice, which for four years enjoyed sell-out crowds in New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco, will bring together mixologists and chefs from our very own whirling culinary world. Asian cuisine will meet Latin flavors by the iconic Raleigh pool as 30 local chefs and bar experts from the likes of Khong River House, Juvia, the Setai Grill, and Phuc Yea turn out their best.

As if the event didn't already sound like the perfect marriage, expect to pick out botanical notes from Thai lemongrass and Vietnamese Black Peppercorn as you sip cocktails from presenting sponsor Bombay Sapphire East.

Guests at the stylish soiree are encouraged to wear "firecracker" or "chili pepper red." Tickets are now on sale at luckyrice.com; general admission is and VIP tickets, which come with earlybird access at 7 p.m. and entrance to the VIP Chefs Lounge, are 5.

LuckyRice at the Raleigh Hotel: November 15 from 7 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.; luckyrice.com

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king mango strut

Few things are as uniquely Miami as the annual King Mango Strut, held in Coconut Grove on the last Sunday of each year.

What started out in 1982 as a rebelious response to the Orange Bowl's annual King Orange parade has grown into one of South Florida's most eccentric street celebrations.

The event revolves around poking fun at anyone or anything and satirizing the most buzz-worthy people and news events of the year. So, if your Rick Scott impersonation or Miley Cyrus get-up is on point, then you should be at Greenstreet Cafe on Tuesday, Oct. 15 for the Mangohead's kick-off party.

This year's parade is slated to take place on Sunday, Dec. 29 at the usual location, Downtown Coconut Grove, but there's no reason the celebration can't start this month.

For more information call The Mango Hotline at 305-401-1171 or visit kingmangostrut.org.

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As part of MOCA in North Miami's "Love of Technology" exhibit -- the first under new curator Alex Gartenfeld -- Miami artist Jillian Mayer will present a performance art piece on October 9 at 7 p.m.

Mayer, who's gone viral with her "I Am Your Grandma" video art and Art Basel Miami Beach-timed piece in which she chewed off her own arms, will perform "Landscape," described as a "contemporary digital meditation on traditional Japanese Zen Gardens."

The larger exhibit includes artists questioning the relationship between humans and technology, and Mayer's performance will playfully critique TV sitcoms and the web experience, as well as the "dissonance between her childhood optimism and the state of contemporary culture." --AM

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fruit tree giveaway

Commissioner Marc Sarnoff is doing a green deed by giving away fruit trees to City of Miami residents.

Drop by Elizabeth Virrick Park (3255 Plaza St., Miami) this Saturday, Sep. 28 between 8 a.m. and noon for your choice of two fruit trees from varieties including mango, lychee, avocado, and lime. But get there early: the giveaway is on a first come, first serve basis and the trees will be subject to availability.

For more information, call 305-960-5192 or visit OurGreenMiami.org.

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wynwood tapas journey

With a typical workday starting at 10 a.m., daily afternoon siestas, and late night tapa crawls on any given day of the week, the Spanish way of life is surely one to be envied.

Now that Estrella Damm, the “beer of Barcelona,” has teamed up with 10 Wynwood restaurants for the Estrella Damm Wynwood Tapas Journey, you can gather your closest pals for a tapa crawl in the 305 just like they do in España.

Through October 6, enjoy three generously sized tapas and a beer at any of the participating restaurants and bars for only . Some of the spots are hidden neighborhood gems you will be glad to have discovered. Participating restaurants include: Cafeina, Jimmy'z Kitchen, Pride & Joy, Rincon Escondido Tapas, Soi Chinese, The Butcher Shop, The Corner, Time for Wine, Will Call, and Wynwood Kitchen & Bar.

Here are some of our favorite dishes on the tour:

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Bolitas de queso with guava sauce, chickpea fritters with mint sauce, and arañitas with mayo-ketchup sauce at Jimmy'z Kitchen.

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Chicken panini, chistorras, and ham and cheese croquettes at Time for Wine.

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Shrimp and white cheddar grits at Wynwood Kitchen & Bar. -- VM

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trader joes

Miami has been long deprived of Trader Joe's greatness -- until now.

The specialty grocer's first Miami-Dade location is finally scheduled to open October 18 at 9205 S. Dixie Highway in Pinecrest.

The HuffPost Miami team is so excited, we've already made a shopping list of our favorite TJ's goodies (don't judge): Cheap wine, Speculoos Cookie Butter, Nine fresh roses for .99!, and Fleur De Sel Caramels.

Oh, and if you're interested in working at Trader Joe's Pinecrest, the store is now taking 'crew member' applications. Download an application or get one in person at the store.

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miami fashion film festival

The worlds of fashion and film will collide at O Cinema Wynwood for the first annual Miami Fashion Film Festival, a four-day celebration of filmakers who have captured the fashion industry.

Beginning this Thursday, September 12 through the 15, O Cinema will set the scene for a series of panels, workshops, and film screenings that offer a close-up into the creative and fast-paced world of the fashion industry.

Don't miss the “Backstage" exhibit for a look at Miami-born photographer Nicolas Stipciano's stunning photos. His work features photos of runway shows, cover shoots for Victoria’s Secret, and Glamour magazine.

For full details on the festival's programming, visit Miaff.com and preview the lineup of screenings below.

god save my shoes

God Save My Shoes

Thursday, Sep. 12th at 9 p.m. and Sunday, Sep. 15 at 9 p.m.

The first documentary film to explore the intimate relationship women have with their shoes. Featuring star designers such as Christian Louboutin, Manolo Blahnik, Pierre Hardy, but also celebrities like Fergie, Dita Von Teese, Kelly Rowland and many more, the film journeys into women’s psyche and closets, examining the psychological, sociocultural, and erotic significance of these objects. [Source: Miafff.com]

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Yves Saint Laurent, His Life & Times II

*Friday, Sep. 13 at 9 p.m.

The life story of Yves-Saint Laurent, the designer known for re-imagining women's fashion. "Yves Saint Laurent - Le Temps Retrouvé" (original title) is an intimate biography featuring extensive interviews with the reclusive designer himself.

The film will be presented in partnership with the French Embassy in the United States and the Consulate General of France in Miami as an educational screening. [Source: Miafff.com]

*Admission to this screening is free!

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Material Success

Friday, Sep. 13 at 11 p.m., Sunday, Sep. 15 at 1 p.m.

A documentary that follows the misadventures of the eccentric fashion designer Bruno Ierullo as he readies for his first runway show after a personal tragedy inspires him to risk his life savings on a career change into the art. [Source: Miafff.com]

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Fashion Film Shorts

Saturday, Sep. 14 at 9 p.m., Sunday, Sep. 15, at 10:30 p.m.

A curated collection of industry-inspired short films from around the globe. Fashion filmmakers, brands, and local fashion bloggers, bring you into their world with 2-5 minutes of visually stimulating productions of art and storytelling. [Source: Miafff.com]

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Bla Bla Bla

Saturday, Sep. 14 at 11:00 PM, Sunday, Sep. 15 at 12:30 a.m.

An excitable satire about excitable phenomena. Fashion designers, models, photographers, TV reporters, film crews and everything that hangs around them are put together in one room for the duration of the film. The bla-bla-bla is ceaseless. [Source: Miafff.com]

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Runways & BunkBeds

Sunday, Sep. 15 at 7 p.m.

When Male Model Luke Sebastian travels to Italy for what he thinks is just another Show Season, he meets a group of models that might make it his last. Runways & BunkBeds is a Narrative Satirical Comedy Feature Film about Models in The International Modeling Industry. [Source: Miafff.com]

Tickets for all screening cost .50 and are available for purchase at Eventbrite.com.

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puppy adoption party

During a long work week, a hot stone massage is the perfect way to de-stress and unwind. But this week, there's a cuter and way more effective stress relieving option going on at The Standard Spa: a puppy adoption party!

Thursday, September 12th from 7 to 10 p.m., guests can meet, cuddle, and take home an adorable new pup all thanks to a few animal-loving local movers and shakers.

A suggested donation will benefit Jamie's Rescue, a non-profit charity that helps stray and unwanted dogs and puppies find loving homes.

Dance to music spun by Zoel and sip on "poochtini" cocktails by Cointreau -- it's a party, after all.

All guests will receive a special valet rate. RSVP to kristakarnis@gmail.com.

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miami rail fundraiser

The Miami Rail, our very own literary journal covering local art and culture, is celebrating its first successful year as a publication with a "fun-themed" fundraiser on Sunday, October 6.

Galleriest Nina Johnson-Milewski, who founded Miami's very own independent offshoot of The Brooklyn Rail, will host an over-the-top carnival for adults, with yummy BBQ, a bounce house (!), a dunk tank, and a three-legged race. Tequila spiked snow cones and vodka ice pops will also be on deck.

The fundraiser will take place from 5 to 9 p.m. at the Miami home of Johnson-Milewski and her husband Daniel Milewski at 986 NE 84th Street.

Tickets cost per person or 5 for a couple. To purchase, visit miamifoundation.org/givenow and select "Miami Rail" from the drop-down menu, or email info@miamirail.org.

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When Kanye West gets back from angering human rights activists by performing at a wedding in Kazakhstan, he'll launch a seven-week tour with Kendrick Lamar around North America.

His Yeezus Tour will begin in Seattle on October 19 and have one of its final shows in Miami at the AmericanAirlines Arena on November 29. See the full lineup of tours stops here.

Think he, Kim, and baby North will stay in town to catch Art Basel Miami Beach the following week?

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panther coffee mimo

Panther Coffee is at it again. Wynwood's original artisanal coffee house is setting up shop in the Upper Eastside MiMo district, according to Eater Miami.

The new spot will reportedly be located at the future MiMo Place at 6405 Biscayne Blvd. And much like sister locations in Wynwood and Sunset Harbour, the new Panther will boast both indoor and outdoor seating. Get more delicious details at Eater.

This will be the third expansion within three years for the local specialty coffee roaster, making it easier to not have to settle for Starbucks when on the quest for a mid-day caffeine boost.

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