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  • Ladies Day at The Races, Gulfstream Park
    Top-Shelf Drinks, Great Music & World Class Horse Racing
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  • Don Arturo in Fort Lauderdale
    Modest Hospitality, Familial Foods. Read the Havana's and Don Arturo's Review here.
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  • Joel DaSilva & The Midnight Howl at Nectar Lounge
    Joel DaSilva and the Midnight Howl provided the perfect soundtrack for the Nectar Lounge lizards at the Seminole Coconut Casino. DaSilva and band provided the bluesy rock tunes to sip on a martini and enjoy a cigar to. We're pretty sure we even spotted Elvis in the player's club line. Check out...
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  • County Grind Showcase
    County Grind Live Music, hosted by New Times Broward-Palm Beach and Gallery Saturdays. 8 p.m. Saturday, January 14, at Green Room. With Afrobeta and more local acts. Visual artists for the evening include Monica McGivern, Ian Witlen, Christina Mendenhall, Chris Hill, Sean Murdock, Chuck...
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  • Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band. Thursday, January 12 at BankAtlantic Center
    Thursday, January 12 at BankAtlantic Center
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  • Tap 42
    Tap 42 boasts one of the most stylish interiors of any restaurant in the area. Walls adorned with blond and brown wood offer textural interplay. A rust-colored old Texaco sign warms the space with nostalgia. Read the rest of the review here Tap 42
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  • Is Anyone Up? NYE Party Slideshow
    Is Anyone Up? New Year's Celebration Party, with Hunter Moore and SLDGHMR at the Speakeasy Lounge. Click here for an exclusive interview with Is Anyone Up? founder Hunter Moore.
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  • New Year's Eve at Respectable Street
    With the unannounced cancellation of the Clematis Avenue block party, Respectable Street became the main stage for Saturday night's New Years Eve celebration. Free booze, including a midnight champagne toast, loosened everyone up for that perfect midnight moment in downtown West Palm Beach....
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  • Matisyahu at the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts
    It's easy to sum up December 29th's intimate Matisyahu show at West Palm's Kravis Center for the Performing Arts in one word: underwhelming. Billed as an acoustic show with the Hasidic (ex? -- we're still not sure) Jewish hip-hop and reggae artist with an attached question-and-answer session,...
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