Where to Be: 3.27.15 to 4.2.15

Where to Be: Here at InTheLoop, we know there are always places to be and events to attend. Each Friday, we feature a special “where to be” post on our blog to make sure every day of the week has some sort of cultural event to check out. We hope that you all can come out into the community and learn and commemorate some influential people and events around Miami!


Friday, 3.27.15

Represent Drum & Bass WMC 2015

Represent Drum & Bass WMC 2015
Friday, 03/27/2015 – 12:00 pm – 12:00 am
10845678_1073392252676729_4079694958280726912_oLiquor Lounge
1560 Collins Ave,
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Facebook Link
Cost: FREE

Represent Drum & Bass Returns for WMC | MMW

Friday March 27, 2015

No bs, no dress code, no cover, just vibes

All Drum&Bass!

Confirmed guests…
*Ben Soundscape of The Insiders
*Sopheye Sofly

Saturday, 3.28.15

3rd Annual Florida Derby Party at Tongue & Cheek

3rd Annual Florida Derby Party at Tongue & Cheek
Saturday, 03/28/2015 – 04:00 pm – 12:00 am
TC_FloridaDerbyTongue & Cheek
431 Washington Ave,
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Webpage Link
Cost: varies

Join Tongue & Cheek and watch the races at the 3rd Annual Florida Derby Party!

Live race broadcast on two 50 in. screens will start at 4 p.m. with a special derby happy hour. Beachside BBQ menu available for $25 per person and Classic Florida Mojitos for $5.

Contests for guests with the “Best Hat” and “Best-Dressed Man” to win a free dinner for two with a bottle of wine.

Tongue & Cheek is located at 431 Washington Ave. For more details, please call 305.704.2900 or visit www.tandcmiami.com

Sunday, 3.29.15

Cherry Wood Chxp Rich Culture

Cherry Wood Chxp Rich Culture
5:00 pm – 10:00 pm
3301 College Ave,
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33314
Webpage Link
Cost: $15 online $20 at the door

EXPERIENCE RICH CULTURE:: www.versatileimage.org

Cherry is easy to work, fine textured, strong and fairly durable. The richness of cherry wood is the essence of being an artist. Be free, remain a fine grade, be strong and not easily bother by the lack of acceptance by others. Come experience culture in its purest form!

All proceeds will be donated to the “Brown Ballerina Movement”.

Line up:

@CrownMeRoyalXO (Screening of Brown Ballerina)
@_Markq (Fashion Show)
@TamikajMusic (Musical Performance)
@Queen_Me_Lovely (Modern Dance)
@XaliUnknwn (Musical Performance)
@BombChelz (Poetry)
@JayBurna (Musical Performance)
@MonhandWorks (Photography Exhibit)
@MisterBrooks_ (Beats & Cypher)
@MaryannArnita (Live Ballet Dance)

Monday, 3.30.15

The Atlantic’s Start-Up City: Miami 3/30/15

The Atlantic’s Start-Up City: Miami
Monday, March 30, 2015
StartupNew World Center
500 17th Street
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Tickets: $99.00
Online Registration

From the sharing economy to online education and groundbreaking communications tools, the start-up landscape is booming in South Florida. On Monday, March 30, The Atlantic’s third annual “Start-Up City: Miami” will answer the question “what’s next?”—bringing together local and national business leaders to forecast the emerging trends and technologies that are shaping start-ups across the globe. The full-day program is presented in partnership with the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, and will be held at the New World Center. Tickets are on sale now.

Among the featured speakers and attendees are Tom Colicchio, a five-time James Beard winner, chef and owner of Crafted Hospitality, Top Chef judge and restaurateur with a new venture in Miami Beach; Jim McKelvey, Co-founder of Square and LaunchCode, who is transforming the way people and tech connect; Vikram Dendi with Microsoft Research, whose just-launched Skype Translator is poised to break down communication barriers by giving users the ability to speak with anyone around the world, regardless of language; Veronica Juarez, director of government relations for Lyft, who will address the mobile-first car service’s goals in Miami and across the country; Bastian Lehmann, co-founder and CEO of Postmates, the so-called “anti-Amazon” delivery app; and Bill Macaitis, chief marketing officer of Slack, one of the fastest-growing startups in history.

More confirmed speakers include:
John Ciancutti, Chief Product Officer, Coursera
Rebecca Fishman Lipsey, CEO, Radical Partners
Jon Goiser, Investor and Data Scientist, Third Cohort Capital
Hal Gregersen, Director of the Sloan Leadership Center at MIT and author of “The Innovator’s DNA”
Ricardo Herrero, Executive Director, #CubaNow
Natalia Napoleon de Bens, Co-Founder, Lemon City Tea Co.
Tracy LaFlamme Ortega, Founder and CEO, PREPWORKS
Jason Saltzman, Founder and CEO, AlleyNYC

Tuesday, 3.31.15

Eat. Drink. “O” Cinema

5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Cafe-Prima-Pasta-InteriorCafé Prima Pasta
414 71st Street,
Miami Beach, Florida 33141

In the spirit of awards season, pair a film at the new “O Cinema” in Miami Beach with a supper of Italian substance at Café Prima Pasta featuring half off deals from 5 to 7 p.m. on Monday through Friday. Patrons can enjoy select dinner favorites, as well as cocktails, at 50 percent off the regular menu price.

Choose from signature dishes such as Carpaccio di Manzo ($6.48), slices of filet mignon, virgin olive oil, lemon, and Parmesan cheese; Carpaccio di Salmone ($6.48), slices of salmon with olive oil, lemon, capers, rucola and tomatoes; Black Linguini Seafood ($10), squid ink pasta with fresh seafood in a creamy lobster sauce; Chicken Parmigiana ($9.50), NBA legend Michael Jordan’s favorite Café Prima Pasta dish of breaded chicken topped with marinara sauce and mozzarella, a Seasonal Fish Special ($14), fresh catch of the day; Tagliata Di Manzo ($9.98) , slices of carved steak with French fries served with an arugula salad; Tiramisu ($4), Mama Carla’s recipe of an Italian classic; Cheesecake ($4), homemade with hand whipped cream and Flan Cream Caramel ($4), served with Argentinean Dulce de Leche ice cream.

“O Cinema” is a cutting-edge, non-profit, independent cinema that manages, curates, and present screenings of art-house, independent, classic and family-friendly films. Show times begin in the evening and the Miami Beach theatre is located just steps away from Café Prima Pasta, at 500 71st Street in Miami Beach.

Wednesday, 4.1.15

I’m Not Gonna Move to L.A. April Edition

6:00 pm – 9:30 pm
NOLA-black-1-copy-smaller-copyO Cinema Wynwood
90 NW 29th St,
Miami, Florida 33127
Webpage Link
Cost: $10 Online, $12 at Door

I’m Not Gonna Move to L.A. (NOLA) is a local short film competition that provides Miami filmmakers a platform to showcase their work. As April NOLA falls on April Fools’ Day, we’ve designated April NOLA to Comedy short films.

In addition to showcasing local filmmakers, we also will be showcasing a Comedic Act, Musicians, 3 notable guest judges, and Wynwood Brewery. I’m Not Gonna Move to L.A. is the longest running filmmaker networking event in South Florida, facilitating filmmakers, creatives, artists, musicians and more to connect and continue creating in South Florida.

Learn more & buy your tickets here: http://goo.gl/4iWO9I

Thursday, 4.2.15

Margarita Madness at TeQuiztlan

6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
sobelocal-eblast-02Tequiztlan Mexican Restaurant and Tequila Bar
1000 Lincoln Rd,
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Webpage Link
Cost: Complimentary admission and bites; $5 Margaritas

Complimentary admission and bites; $5 Margaritas

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