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Gettin’ ready to swing those hips…
On March 3 Bayside Marketplace in Downtown Miami will add Torero to their venues. The club advertises a “fusion of culture and music” including latin pop, reggae, regation and hip hop. With $3 domestic beer and two for one bacardi mix drinks, Torero will have you saying andale by the time the clock strikes midnight.

Take a break from the Grove…
Rest up because this weekend is going to be crazy, with five music festivals in town, South Beach will be teeming with celebrities and with at least four hot parties a night, now is not the time to make school a priority. (Shh…don’t tell your parents.) Make sure to check out the Langerado, M3 Summit, Ultra Music Festival, Winter Music Conference and Funkshion.

If anyone has photography, poetry, art, or cartoons they would like to publish, please send them to j.davila1@umiami.edu

March 2, 2004

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