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THINK PINK! HAVE A DRINK!

For those of you who think Thursday nights are the greatest night of the week, check out the newly owned Flavour, bought by local favorite Sandbar. Trying to attract attention to a different crowd, groups of five girls or more get a free bottle of Stoli and drinks are just $3, for both guys and girls. Best part is Flavour is 18 to party and 21 to drink.

REINVENTING THE CIRCUS

How many times does it have to be said: if you haven’t gotten tickets for Cirque Du Soleil’s traveling show Varekai, you need to do so now. Shows are almost everday and twice on some weekends from now until February 20, 2006. Tickets range from $45 to $75.

GO OUT TO NEW PLACES

With the opening of several new spots in South Beach, now is the time to get dressed up and head to the beach. Hit up new rock bar Snatch and then mosey on up to new chic lounge Suite for some late-night drinks. Not in the mood for a late night on Washington Avenue? Check out Glass at The Forge, formerly Jimmy’z Glass, serving great drinks and great food.

January 23, 2006

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