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Things to do for November 16, 2016
A Burt Reynolds Tribute in the Keys
That’s Happening. As Is Cocktail Yoga and Bill & Ted.By Jackie Gutierrez-Jones
Leisurely Film Fest-ing in the Keys
Go ahead, start packing the road snacks. Because tonight kicks off the Key West Film Festival, and with it: live music, parties and over 30 films being screened on the sand, in a brewery and at Hemingway’s House. And then there’s the Burt Reynolds tribute… but, we’ve said too much.
Should you decide to disregard our sage advice regarding the Keys, The Standard’s hosting some of our planet’s best cartoonists for an audience-directed cartooning battle. Naturally, adult beverages will be involved. And afterwards, you’ll get a chance to pen your own comic, too. See: adult beverages.
On the off chance you don’t have plans to be in Cambodia this weekend, Little River is doing their best impression of Phnom Penh’s night market. You’ll listen to music in an outdoor garden. Drink something with a decent ABV. Barter for goods. Get a massage. Next year, Phnom. Next year.
Watching Bill & Ted in Wynwood
If your date is one of those arthouse film types, please see your way to O Cinema this Tuesday. They’ll be screening Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey, in honor of this seminal classic’s momentous anniversary. No, yeah—that follow up date is basically a given.
Cocktails are pretty darn great. And hip-hop yoga is also pretty darn… something. Anyway, they’re coming together in a few weeks. So pick up some tickets. When the day comes, head to Craft Social Club. After some downward dogging, you’ll partake in food from Pura Vida along with the aforementioned cocktails. There’s a risk-versus-reward lesson in there somewhere.