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Someone Is Going to Die at the Dive Bar Tonight

Compared to the raucous of Friday and Saturday nights on A1A, Tuesdays are pretty tame. But not tonight, someone's plotted murder. Well not someone with criminal intentions per se, rather co-owner and general manager of The Dive Bar, Cody Cole.

The blood might be iodine, and the clues planted, but Cole has organized a night a bit different from the typical barstool banter and bargain whiskey drinks: it's their first murder mystery night.

The victim, the killer, and the motive are all unknown. For $10, eat your money's worth at the buffet, mingle with the costumed characters, and solve the homicide. It'll be like an episode of CSI but without the commercial breaks and a lot more booze.

See also: Top Ten Dive Bars in Broward County

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Jess Swanson is a staff writer at New Times. Born and raised in Miami, she graduated from the University of Miami’s School of Communication and wrote briefly for the student newspaper until realizing her true calling: pissing off fraternity brothers by reporting about their parties on her crime blog. Especially gifted in jumping rope and solving Rubik’s cubes, she also holds the title for longest stint as an unpaid intern in New Times history. She left the Magic City for New York to earn her master’s degree from Columbia University School of Journalism, where she spent a year profiling circumcised men who were trying to regrow their foreskins for a story that ultimately won the John Horgan Award for Critical Science Journalism. Terrified by pizza rats and arctic temperatures, she quickly returned to her natural habitat.
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