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4 p.m.

Lush, the 100 percent vegetarian retailer, recently opened its doors to a new store at 605 Lincoln Road. Now it’s time to party. Until 10 p.m., there will be cupcakes, bubbly, giveaways, specials and gifts with purchase. RSVP:


6:30 p.m.

Celebrate the upcoming UK action thriller “The Sweeney” by drinking like a Brit at a pub crawl to Coral Gables venues like The Local (150 Giralda Ave.), Fritz & Franz (60 Merrick Way), The Bar (172 Giralda Ave.) and John Martin’s Irish Pub (253 Miracle Mile). Crawlers receive two tickets to attend an advance screening at AMC Sunset along with movie-themed prizes. Pubcrawl-; $52.


8 p.m.

Jefferson Starship and The Guess Who share the bill to perform rock classics including “Count On Me,” “Runaway,” “Jane” and “Find Your Way Back” and “American Woman,” “These Eyes” and “No Time.” Magic City Casino, 450 NW 37th Ave., Miami; 305-460-6579 or; $20-$125.

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