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Here are the best things to do in Miami this week and this weekend (and next week, too)

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Thursday, September 23

Stay up partying to everything from Afrobeats to reggae at Wayup Stayup at Freehold Miami.

Hosted by Bashment, the Thursday-night shindig is always free with RSVP.

In addition to the music, the party serves up traditional Jamaican flavors like King Patty’s to fuel your night.

After you recharge, get ready to dance to dancehall, soca, and hip-hop.

9 p.m. Thursday, at Freehold Miami, 2219 NW Second Ave., Miami; 305-280-0330; freeholdmiami.com. Admission is free with RSVP via eventbrite.com.

Robag Wruhme: See Thursday (Photo courtesy of the artist)

Fresh off the release of his latest mix, Connecting the Dots, German DJ/producer Robag Wruhme will deliver his kinetic music stylings to the dance floor at Floyd on Thursday.

Known for his eclectic, evolving soundscapes, Wruhme never fails to keep the room on a high with infectious percussive grooves and adventurous sets

10 p.m. Thursday, at Floyd, 34 NE 11th St., Miami; 786-608-2824; floydmiami.com. Tickets cost $15 to $30 via eventbrite.com.

Friday, September 24

Family-owned and operated Tinez Farms will kick off its first-annual Fall Festival on Friday.

Running through November 7, the kid-friendly event is chock-full of activities for all ages, including a hay-bale castle and maze, a barnyard petting zoo, food vendors and marketplace, live music, and, of course, a stocked pumpkin patch ideal for family photo opportunities.

Stick around to catch the 30-minute evening show followed by photo ops with festive characters.

11 a.m. Friday, at Tinez Farms,16405 SW 177th Ave., Miami; 786-816-3474; tinezfarms.com. Tickets cost $10 to $20 via simpletix.com.

Robb Bank$: See Friday (Photo: Be A Leader Management)

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Upcoming South Beach Seafood Festival shines spotlight on local chefs

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There’s something fishy going on in South Florida.

That’s about as cheesy as things are going to get at the South Beach Seafood Festival this weekend.

Fox Miami‘s (WSVN 7) ‘Deco Drive’ took the plunge to find out what delicacies from the deep await you.

Listen up, foodies.

The South Beach Seafood Festival is back.

“We’ve got the best cuisine, the best chefs, the best restaurants, and it’s the best seafood in the world,” said Tod Roy of South Beach Seafood Festival.

Read more and watch the report from Fox Miami (WSVN 7).

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South Beach Seafood Festival returns to Miami

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The South Beach Seafood Festival is kicking off this weekend. With more than 20 restaurants participating, NBC Miami gives us a sneak preview as to what we will taste.

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Halloween 2021: The seven best ghost and cemetery tours in South Florida

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If you ain’t afraid of no ghost, October is filled with opportunities to mingle with the spirits of South Florida’s past.

As the days toward Halloween dwindle, brave souls can avail themselves of ghost and cemetery tours at some of Miami and Fort Lauderdale’s oldest haunts.

Deering Estate (Photo: Ryan Holloway/Miami-Dade County)

Some tours even welcome ghost-hunting equipment for those who happen to have a pendulum, dowsing rod, and EMF meter lying around the house.

Below is a randomly ordered list of South Florida’s best ghost and cemetery tours.

Yesteryear Village (Photo: South Florida Fairgrounds)

Happy spirit stalking!

HistoryMiami’s Ghosts of Miami City Cemetery tour with Dr. Paul George (Photo: Ali Goebel)

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