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Over the Weekend: Wolf + Lamb, Art Deco Weekend and Manatees Tryouts

With the cold weather long gone, South Florida came out of hibernation and in full force. Plenty of events keep the area busy with activity as the high season seems to finally be in full swing.

Wolf + Lamb at Electric Pickle

Photo by Nicole Cussell
​NYC label Wolf + Lamb took over Electric Pickle Friday night with the help of Soul Clap, Nicolas Jaar, Shaun Reeves and Gadi Mizrahi. Click here to view the full slideshow.

Art Deco Weekend 2010

Photo by Bill Cooke
Miami Beach celebrated its iconic style with Art Deco Weekend which feature films, lectures and a parade. Click here to view the full slideshow.

Marlins Manatees and Mermaids Tryouts at Seminole Hard Rock Live

Photo by Ian Witlen
​Both beautiful women and plus-sized men showed up to Seminole Hard Rock Live with the hopes of earning on a spot on the Mermaids and Manatees dance squads. Click here to view the full Mermaids and Manatees slideshows.

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