Vegan Poetry Reading Sunday at Sublime in Fort Lauderdale

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in your hot yoga class is one of them. When it's time to show your compassionate yet approachably sophisticated side to the one you're trying to bag, you could do worse than a vegan poetry reading at a vegetarian mecca. As luck would have it, Sublime in Fort Lauderdale is hosting a reading Sunday evening with vegan poet M. "Butterflies" Katz. A $20 admission fee to the event also includes an animal-product-free glass of wine and a copy of the poet's book Metamorphosis. The reading is 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.

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