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11 a.m.

Gillette is asking couples across America to help determine if a guy’s facial stubble puts the kibosh on make-out sessions. Miami couples are invited to kiss in-person — with and without stubble — to decide which kiss is best. Prizes awarded. University of Miami, 1252 Memorial Dr., Miami;


8:30 p.m.

Former ‘In Living Color’ funnyman and stand-up hero Tommy Davidson returns to South Florida to make us laugh. Miami Improv, 3390 Mary St., Miami; 305-441-8200; $20.


11 p.m.

DJ/producer trio of Vadim, Dmitry and Stanislav, aka Swanky Tunes, bring their funky mix of techno, electro-’80s and progressive house beats to all the EDM lovers in Miami. Dance to hits including “You Are Like Nobody Else.” LIV, 4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach;

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