Things to do for September 06, 2012

The Weekender

D-Wade, Dolphins Tailgating and Plenty of Bourbon

Crouching tiger, hidden weekend.

UD - A Fashion’s Night Out Block Party

A Fashion’s Night Out Block Party

Tonight, Fashion’s Night Out takes over the city. Your move: the Design District. They’re going big with a block party headlined by Afrobeta and a mega pop-up market housing 30 designers. The Scotch & Soda guys will also be there debuting their new line and pouring cocktails. You’ll take two of everything.

Sep 6, 6-10pm, no cost, Fashion’s Night Out at the Collins Building, 139 NE 39th St and surrounding stores

UD - Celebrating Bourbon Month with Bourbon

Celebrating Bourbon Month with Bourbon

In honor of National Bourbon Heritage Month (jeez, it seems to come earlier and earlier every year), Bourbon Steak wants to do something special. So they’re putting together a three-tumbler tasting flight, pairing it with butter truffle popcorn and conducting history lessons on the dearly beloved brown liquor. Yes, there’ll be a pop quiz.

Daily through Sep 30, 6pm, $20, Bourbon Steak, 19999 W Country Club Dr, 786-279-6600

UD - Downtown Gets a New Art Lounge

Downtown Gets a New Art Lounge

There’s a new art lounge/gallery space opening in a historic Downtown building. And they’re throwing a housewarming (we mean, historic-Downtown-building-warming) party tomorrow. It’ll be one of those DJ-spinning, exotic-car-ogling, burlesque-dancing, gratis-rum-cocktailing affairs. Go. Support the pasties movement.

Sep 7, 8pm-midnight, no cost, McCormick Place, 111 SW 3rd St, 305-206-4734

UD - Tailgating Poolside at the Clevelander

Tailgating Poolside at the Clevelander

The Dolphins this year should be... something. On the bright side, your tailgating situation suddenly got markedly better. Starting Sunday, the Cleve’s broadcasting the game and offering a $20 Bloody bar, bacon-wrapped hot dogs and naked poolside body painting.

UD - Dwyane Wade Has Some Fatherly Advice

Dwyane Wade Has Some Fatherly Advice

Dwyane Wade. Maybe you’ve heard of the guy. Anyway, he’s written a book, A Father First: How My Life Became Bigger Than Basketball (yup, it’s a nail-biting psychological thriller). On Sunday, he’s going to be at Books & Books to sign a bunch of copies. And take a bunch of pictures. And... no, he’s not bringing the trophy.

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