Weekend Warriors. II


Its about that time again … the weekend has come!!! And about time. 40+ hours of hard work all week have finally paid off and here are just a few suggestions on how to celebrate these next two days.





The Incredible Dog Show 
The Incredible Dog Show

Today, Friday, Sep 30 7:30p
at Bicentennial Park, Miami, FL

Performances by more than 45 talented dogs; Sept. 28-Oct. 23

Price: $30-$90

Phone: (786) 241-5588

Age Suitability: None Specified



Oktoberfest Steins


at Century Market Place, Miami, FL

A “foodie” night with food tastings plus unlimited beer samples to say “Prosit” to Oktoberfest.

30 Different Beers – 30 Different Food Trucks – Unlimited Free Beer Samples with Admission

Music by: Latin Grammy nominee Mr. Pauer, Miller Road, Electric Piquete, Elastic Bond, and JaHeil

Price: $30; $ discount available by using promo code Miamifabian

Phone: (786) 942-2097
Age Suitability: 21 and up


Miami Art Museum

Memories of 9/11

Following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, U.S. authorities designated the rubble of the World Trade Center a crime scene. All except law enforcement officials and rescue workers were denied access to the site. New York artist Joel Meyerowitz became the only photographer granted the right of entry to Ground Zero. Influenced by Walker Evans and Dorothea Lange and their work for the Farm Security Administration during the Great Depression, Meyerowitz began documenting within a few days of the attacks. His historical archive of the aftermath, photographed day and night during a nine-month period, grew to include more than 8,000 images of what became known as “The Pile.” It was later published in a book and viewed by millions of people around the world in touring exhibits.

The Miami Art Museum is commemorating the tenth anniversary of 9/11 with “Focus Gallery: Joel Meyerowitz — Aftermath,” an exhibit of color pictures capturing the harrowing consequences of terrorism. “I wanted to communicate what it felt like to be in there as well as what it looked like to show The Pile’s incredible intricacy and visceral power,” Meyerowitz says. “I could provide a window for everyone else who wanted to be there too — to help or to grieve or simply to try to understand what had happened to our city.” An exhibition preview will take place Thursday.


Miami Art Museum – 101 W Flagler St

$8 for adults, $4 for seniors, free for children under $12.



Magic City Disco Machine 
Magic City Disco Machine

Today, Friday, Sep 30 9:00p
at Electric Pickle, Miami, FL
Age Suitability: 21 and up

Magic City Disco Machine The Electric Pickle Every Friday Doors 9PM-5AM Featuring Downstairs DJs Tomas of Aquabooty Will Renuart Edwin Adams Induce and Captain Ridiculous Deep house Heavy funk Nu-disco Boogie Soul and classic dance-floor killers. Upstairs Featuring the best weekly international guests Djs and live acts. Come ready to dance





Coral Gables Oktoberfest 
Coral Gables Oktoberfest

Saturday, Oct 1 11:00a
at Fritz & Franz Bierhaus Austrian – Bavarian Restaurant & Bar, Coral Gables, FL

Celebrate Oktoberfest with German eats, music and, of course, beer.


GroveHouse Arts Gallery Coconut Grove Gallery Art Walk

Saturday, Oct 1 7:00p to 10:00p
at GroveHouse Artists Gallery, Miami, FL
Price: Free
Age Suitability: All Ages

Explore “Small Wonders,” an exhibit featuring self-expression pieces by members and non-members with GroveHouse Arts Gallery (3390 Mary St # 162). They will be presenting an award for the best “Small Wonders” piece, as well as featuring works from Terry Mulrooney. Enjoy these works with wine, fruit, and cheese. The exhibit will run through October 29th.


















University of Miami vs Bethune Cookman


Hopefully it wont be as disastrous as last weekend



































Mary Brickell Village Sunday Market


Sunday, Oct 2 7:00a


at Mary Brickell Village, Miami, FL


Displays from a variety of vendors, including food, artwork, pet treats, flowers, ice cream, chocolate and baked goods and more

Phone: (305) 531-0038

Age Suitability: None Specified

Displays from a variety of vendors, including food, artwork, pet treats, flowers, ice cream, chocolate and baked goods and more

While your there – Make sure to use you City Social Discount Card at all the participating vendors in the area!!



Miami Is Vice

Our city does crime like nobody’s business. Pick a part of town, any part, and chances are it’s steeped in some dirty, violent, or otherwise nefarious activities. Take Bicentennial Park, home of Miami’s annual New Year’s celebration. In 1933, it was the site of the attempted assassination of Franklin Delano Roosevelt that killed the Chicago mayor who was standing nearby. And think it’s all suntans and G-strings along Ocean Drive in South Beach? Not the day famed Italian designer Gianni Versace was gunned down on the front steps of his mansion in 1997. Even Dadeland Mall, that bastion of consumerism, got nasty in 1979 when a cocaine-related shooting spree ended with several casualties. Let’s not forget Al Capone, Meyer Lansky, Murph the Surf, and hundreds of other gangsters who made the Magic City their home and battlefield. Miami’s sordid history is long, and thanks to the geeks at HistoryMiami, it’s also well documented. Led by historian Dr. Paul George, the museum’s Mystery, Mayhem and Vice Coach Tour will take place Sunday. George will be your guide as you ride through “time and crime,” visiting sites of well-known and little-known illegal behavior. If you’re lucky, maybe you’ll witness some of it. Reservations are required.

$54 general, $44 for members
















Miami Dolphins @ San Diego Chargers

Nothing to do but sit back and relax in front of the TV. Lets go Fins!


Thats about it for this weekends suggestions!!! Let it all out so that your not too depressed Monday morning – and remember to look out for next weeks suggestions on how to be a Weekend Warrior!