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Things to do for February 10, 2011
Gold Dancers, Matisyahu and Beer
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Gratis Spin Classes at SoulCycle
Being a Miami resident has its rewards—flip-flop tan lines, the joy of never shoveling snow and now this: three free spinning classes at the Mondrian’s indoor cycling cave when you buy a 10-class pack ($310). Go ahead, wear spandex.
In honor of their fourth anniversary, your favorite Lincoln Road nightclub is pulling out all the stops: international DJ superstar Bob Sinclar will be curating the sounds, the entire club will be draped in gold, and gold-painted dancers will be perched on every platform. In other words, it’s Goldmember’s wet dream.
An Art Opening with Endless Beer
Normally, a gallery opening doesn’t require an appearance by you. But this weekend’s Art Walk combined with the fun chaos of a Miguel Paredes party changes things. In the works: an open gin and beer bar, ceviche from the National, noodles from Miss Yip and red velvet cupcakes from Sweet Street.
If Monday is the Super Bowl of chocolate fests, consider this event on Saturday night its tailgate party. For $7 per person, you’ll have unlimited access to mini chocolate tarts, dulce de leche cakes, chocolate profiteroles and mini key lime tarts. It’s also going on Monday, but that ruins our analogy.
If your downtown live music rotation has been missing a little chutzpah, settle into the Arsht Center on Saturday for an acoustic performance with Hasidic reggae superstar Matisyahu. He’ll be performing hits off his latest album, including “One Day,” which was used in promos for the 2010 Winter Olympics. Mazel tov, Vancouver.