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Coronavirus response: Trump denies funeral aid as minority communities suffer without tests & treatment
2020.05.01 15:13 rusticgorillaCoronavirus response: Trump denies funeral aid as minority communities suffer without tests & treatment
Welcome, dear readers, to my coronavirus roundup. I'm posting these every Friday in addition to Lost in the Sauce on Mondays (for non-coronavirus news). Title refers to the sections "Minorities and low-income communities" and "Trump sits on funeral aid" TLDR pinned at top of comments Housekeeping:
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More than a dozen issues of the President’s Daily Brief (PDB) in January and February contained warnings about the novel coronavirus, its spread, and the suppression of information in China. During this period, Trump downplayed the virus and insisted it was under control.
U.S. officials emphasized that the PDB references to the virus included comprehensive articles on aspects of the global outbreak, but also smaller digest items meant to keep Trump and senior administration officials updated on the course of the contagion… One official said that by mid- to late January the coronavirus was being mentioned more frequently, either as one of the report’s core articles or in what is known as an “executive update,” and that it was almost certainly called to Trump’s attention orally.
Part of a pattern
The president did not take the warnings seriously, if he noticed them at all: Trump “routinely skips reading the PDB and has at times shown little patience for even the oral summary he takes two or three times per week.” According to then-CIA Director Mike Pompeo in 2017, Trump prefers “killer graphics” in his briefings and doesn’t want too many details so intelligence officials try to “get to the core of the issue quickly.” A year later, in 2018, the Washington Post reported that even the simplified briefings were too much of a hassle for Trump:
Trump has opted to rely on an oral briefing of select intelligence issues in the Oval Office rather than getting the full written document delivered to review separately each day...Reading the traditionally dense intelligence book is not Trump’s preferred “style of learning” ...After several months, Trump made clear he was not interested in reviewing a personal copy of the written intelligence report known as the PDB
Critically, years ago intelligence officials warned that “by not reading the daily briefing, the president could hamper his ability to respond to crises in the most effective manner.” Trump’s handling of the pandemic proves that his inability or refusal to pay attention to the intelligence briefings has harmed our country, leading to tens of thousands of deaths that could have been prevented with a faster response.
Trump blames Pelosi?
ABC News reporter Jon Karl asked Trump about the report, to which Trump responded by repeating a fake story about House Speaker Nancy Pelosi:
Karl: “Were you warned about coronavirus back in January?” Trump: “I think probably a lot more than the Democrats because a month later, Nancy Pelosi was saying, 'Let's dance in the streets of Chinatown.” (video)
Trump then lied about Dr. Fauci saying the virus “was no problem” in late February - Fauci did not say that - and pivoted to talking about the restrictions he placed on travel from China. Karl pressed him again on when he received warnings in his briefings and Trump said: “I would have to check, I want to look as to the exact dates of warnings.” Trump has repeatedly lied about Pelosi’s February trip to Chinatown in San Francisco. Before any shelter-in-place orders were issued, tourism in the area had fallen dramatically amid public fears of a Chinese virus and prejudice against Asian Americans.
Pelosi while in Chinatown on Feb. 24: “I do think that because it started in China, there’s a concern that are the — is the Chinese government doing what it needed to do early enough, and now as we go forward. But that should not be carried over to Chinatown and San Francisco.”
She did not “dance in the streets” or propose a parade, as Trump has previously claimed. In hindsight, Chinatown was exceptionally well-prepared to handle the coronavirus: According to the New York Times, the community put in a place a plan of action on Feb. 1 “emphasizing frequent hand-cleaning, availability of sanitizers and education on basic hygiene principles, including frequent use of masks.” Trump, on the other hand, did not address the need for such measures until mid-March.
Man-made virus conspiracy
Last Friday, the Trump administration abruptly cut off funding for a project studying the transmission of coronaviruses from bats to humans after conspiracy theories linked the work to a lab in Wuhan, China. An official with the National Institutes of Health claimed the project does not align with “agency priorities,” but the NIH’s strategic plan for studying the coronavirus includes the exact mission of the bat project: understanding the origin and transmission of the novel coronavirus.
Suddenly ending a grant early is an unusual move for the NIH, which typically takes such steps only when there is evidence of scientific misconduct or financial improprieties — neither of which it has alleged took place in this case.
The project is run by a U.S. based nonprofit called EcoHealth Alliance, which invests in health research across the world. The nonprofit has been given millions of dollars in grants over the years, most recently in 2019.
Scientists have studied the genetic structure of the novel coronavirus and confirmed that it is naturally-occurring: "Two features of the virus, the mutations in the RBD portion of the spike protein and its distinct backbone, rules out laboratory manipulation as a potential origin for SARS-CoV-2." There is also no evidence that a natural bat virus “escaped” a lab: “the level of genome sequence divergence between SARS-CoV-2 and RaTG13 is equivalent to an average of 50 years (and at least 20 years) of evolutionary change."
Rightwing media in America seized on an April 11 story in the Daily Mail, a British tabloid, that implied a link between these grants and the spread of the pandemic. On April 17 the story entered the mainstream when a Newsmax reporter asked Trump about the grants, framing it as an Obama Administration decision. In reality, the NIH has awarded grants to EcoHealth since 2005, which distributed the money to fund research in Shanghai, Beijing, and Singapore, as well as Wuhan. On April 26, Rudy Giuliani appeared on a New York radio show to falsely suggest that the coronavirus was created as a biological weapon, blaming Dr. Fauci and Obama for the spread:
“China for the last 10 to 12 years has been carrying on these experiments, including in this Wuhan laboratory, with animals, and actually making this virus more dangerous,” Giuliani said on the show. “You could say that’s for scientific purposes, or you could say that’s for the purpose of weaponizing them.”
Trump buys in
Days after Giuliani’s interview, the New York Times reported (non-paywalled) that the Trump administration had tasked intelligence agencies to “hunt for evidence to support” the theory that the virus originated in the Wuhan laboratory.
Most intelligence agencies remain skeptical that conclusive evidence of a link to a lab can be found, and scientists who have studied the genetics of the coronavirus say that the overwhelming probability is that it leapt from animal to human in a nonlaboratory setting, as was the case with H.I.V., Ebola and SARS.
Yesterday, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence - currently run by Trump loyalist Richard Grenell - released a statement refuting the conspiracy touted by Trump allies: “The Intelligence Community also concurs with the wide scientific consensus that the COVID-19 virus was not manmade or genetically modified."
Current and former national security officials said they were surprised by the release, and suggested it could be a sign that the intelligence community feels it is being pulled into a political battle. The administration has been pressuring analysts, particularly at the CIA, to search for evidence that the virus came from a lab and that the World Health Organization helped China cover it up, according to a person briefed on the discussions.
Later in the day, Fox News reporter John Roberts asked Trump about the statement, who responded by casting doubt on the director he handpicked for the job:
Roberts: The Director of National Intelligence today put out a statement saying they believe [the coronavirus] was naturally occurring, it was not manmade- Trump: Who was that-who was that who said that? R: the Office of the Director of National Intelligence T: But who in particular? Who was the man who made that statement? R: It was a statement from the ODNI- T: Oh, he would know that, huh? National Intelligence. So we’ll see- R: That would be your Director of National Intelligence, Ric Grenell T: No I know, I think it’s - I mean you’d have to tell me who specifically, who made the statement? R: The statement was just put out under the offices of the ODNI. T: Okay, we’ll see. I mean, I have to see the statement. I just haven’t seen it. (video)
Roberts then redirected the question, asking:
R: Have you seen anything at this point that gives you a high degree of confidence that the Wuhan Institute of Virology was the origin of this virus?
T: Yes, I have. And I think that the WHO should be ashamed of themselves, because they’re like the PR agency for China... They shouldn’t be making excuses when people make horrible mistakes. Especially mistakes that are causing hundreds of people around the world to die. (video)
"And what gives you a high degree of confidence that this originated from the Wuhan Institute of Virology?" Roberts asked again, later. "I can't tell you that," Trump said. "I'm not allowed to tell you that." (video)
More fact-checking: WaPo "Was the new coronavirus accidentally released from a Wuhan lab? It’s doubtful."
Further reading: Reuters “Trump says China wants him to lose his re-election bid,” CNN “Trump administration draws up plans to punish China over coronavirus outbreak.”
White House testing plan
On Monday, Trump unveiled an 8-part plan to increase testing capacity across the country with the goal to reopen states. The presentation slide showed blue checkmarks indicating stage 1 “launch” and stage 2 “scale” are already complete, with only one step remaining to “support opening up again.” Conveniently for the administration, this final step is the responsibility of the governors, who must find a way to fulfill to vague mandates: "develop testing plans and rapid response programs" and "maximize the use of all available testing platforms and venues.”
"This document does nothing new and will accomplish nothing new," Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash.) said in a statement. "It doesn't set specific, numeric goals, offer a timeframe, identify ways to fix our broken supply chain, or offer any details whatsoever on expanding lab capacity or activating needed manufacturing capacity. Perhaps most pathetically, it attempts to shirk obviously federal responsibilities by assigning them solely to states instead."
The president said the federal government will be shipping states a once-per-month supply large enough to test 2% of the population. Experts say this is not nearly enough:
Paul Romer, a Nobel Prize-winning economist from New York University who has recommended that 50 percent of the population be tested each week, said testing 2 percent “is not enough to test everyone in health care even once, let alone to keep retesting them every day, which is what it would take to keep those who do get infected from going on shift and infecting their colleagues.”
At this pace, testing 2% of the population at a time, it would take almost four years to test the entire U.S. population once, assuming the supply chain problems that have plagued the federal government’s response thus far suddenly clear up. Despite the White House’s plan, during a press briefing on Wednesday President Trump downplayed the importance of testing:
"You shouldn't be hearing about testing, but that's the last thing [the media] can complain about I guess ...We’ve done incredible with the testing... I don't know that all that [testing] is even necessary." (video)
Fact check: Trump has claimed on a regular basis (video) that the U.S. has “tested more than every country combined.” Even just taking the top five countries as far as cumulative number of tests, the U.S. has actually conducted about 20 million fewer tests than those five countries combined.
Additionally, what matters most is the per capita testing rate. The United States’ number of COVID-19 tests performed per 1,000 people is below the average of the 36 member states of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, according to figures released Tuesday by the international body. The United States had conducted 16.4 tests per 1,000 people, compared to Iceland, top of the list, which had tested 135 people per 1,000.
More:Politico: As Trump Claims US Has Best Covid-19 Testing in the World, Capitol Physician Says He Lacks Capacity to Test All 100 Senators
Minorities and low-income communities
Meanwhile, there are still people in the nation dying after being denied a coronavirus test. A Detroit phlebotomist, Deborah Gatewood, reportedly died from coronavirus symptoms on April 17 after being denied a test four times. Her daughter told NBC News that Beaumont Hospital “said she wasn't severe enough and that they weren't going to test her...They told her to just go home and rest." It is unclear why Gatewood was denied a test so many times, but hospitals across the country have complained of shortages of swabs, reagents and other supplies needed for testing kits, as well as delays in securing test results. Gatewood’s story also exemplifies the disparities in testing and treatment between minorities and classes in America. From Charlotte, NC, to Illinois to Michigan, African Americans make up a disproportionately large amount of coronavirus cases compared to the demographics of the population. Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, is just 26% black, yet African-Americans account for almost half of the coronavirus cases and 80% of the deaths,
Dr. Barbara Ferrer, LA County health director: People who live in wealthier communities in LA County have been tested more than people who are living in communities where there is less income. (video)
Fisher Island, a private island off the coast of Miami, Florida, is the richest ZIP code in the US, home to 800 families and staffed by over 400 workers. While the majority of Americans cannot get tested and some are denied tests even if they present symptoms of COVID-19, residents of the private island have spent tens of thousands of dollars to purchase thousands of rapid COVID-19 blood test kits that detect antibodies.
The purchase and availability of the testing are in sharp contrast to much of the rest of the state, where only about 1 percent of the population has been tested for the deadly virus that has caused a global pandemic… The tests, which are finger-prick blood tests, detect the presence of antibodies, an important aspect that could determine who has already had the disease and is likely immune… The tests haven’t been widely available in South Florida.
Trump sits on funeral aid
ProPublica reported yesterday that Trump has yet to release federal assistance specifically intended to help families cover burial costs for victims of the coronavirus.
Approximately 30 states and territories have requested the funding as the pandemic spreads across the country and struggling families ask for help burying their dead… In response to questions, FEMA stated that the decision on which programs to fund is in Trump’s hands. ...GoFundMe sites that have sprung up in the crisis show the shortfalls many families are facing. Family and friends of Devin Francis, a 44-year old radiology technician in Miami who was about to get married when he died of COVID-19 in early April, raised $4,300 of its $5,000 GoFundMe goal. Other posts cite burial costs for a father and son in New York who both died of the disease, and a chef in Chicago.
Each week we learn of more and more instances of the federal government intervening to seize supplies ordered by states and hospitals. Yet, in many cases, we still don’t know for certain where these supplies are ultimately going and why. Last weekend, Executive in Charge of the Veterans Health Administration Richard Stone finally acknowledged the shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE) at the VA and revealed that FEMA blocked an order of 5 million masks from reaching VA facilities. “I had 5 million masks incoming that disappeared,” Stone said, adding that FEMA instead sent the masks to the Strategic National Stockpile.
VA’s four-week supply of equipment — on the shelves of 170 medical centers and in an emergency cache normally used for hurricane responses — was almost gone, and employees have held protests to say they were not safe… After an appeal from Secretary Robert Wilkie to top FEMA officials, the emergency management agency provided VA with 500,000 masks this week, FEMA said in a statement. It did not address questions about the agency’s diverted equipment orders.
Miami firefighters’ masks
Last Wednesday, the director of emergency management for Miami-Dade County (Florida)reported that a shipment of 1 million N95 face masks meant for local firefighters had been seized by FEMA. "We thought we were in pretty good shape with having that amount coming in, and they were — we were — usurped,” Director Frank Rollason said. FEMA defended such confiscations, saying that bringing too much personal protective equipment into coronavirus hotspots can disrupt supply chains to other parts of the country. However, the White House repeatedly told state and local authorities to obtain supplies wherever they could. At the time of writing this post, Miami-Dade county surpassed 12,000 confirmed coronavirus cases, the highest in the state.
San Francisco’s challenges
Last Friday, San Francisco Mayor London Breed held a press conference in which she described the difficulties the city has faced obtaining PPE:
“We’ve had issues of our orders being relocated by our suppliers in China,” she said. “For example, we had isolation gowns on their way to San Francisco and they were diverted to France. We’ve had situations when things we’ve ordered that have gone through Customs were confiscated by FEMA to be diverted to other locations. We know everyone is dealing with a serious challenge. Through Customs, we’ve had situations where those items have been taken and put out on the market for the highest bidder, putting cities against cities and states against states.”
Maryland guarding its tests
Maryland’s Republican Gov. Larry Hogan was forced to turn to South Korea to obtain coronavirus test kits in early April, using his wife - a Korean immigrant - as a key lifeline for his state. Speaking about the ordeal yesterday, Hogan described the operation like a top-secret mission, hiding the planeload from the feds out of fear FEMA would confiscate the test kits.
"This was an enormously valuable payload. It was like Fort Knox to us, because it was going to save the lives of thousands of our citizens.”
Like Fort Knox, the supplies are currently at "an undisclosed location” under the protection of the Maryland National Guard and state police. "The administration made it clear over and over again they want the states to take the lead, and we have to go out and do it ourselves, and that's exactly what we did," Hogan said.
Mismanagement of contracts
In 2015, the Obama administration inked a contract with medical manufacturer O&M Halyard called for the creation of a “one-of-a-kind, high-speed machine” that could produce at least 1.5 million N95 masks per day. In September 2018, the company delivered detailed plans for the machine to the Trump administration… but Trump’s Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) did not proceed with making the machine.
“The Halyard contract was part of an explicit strategy to ensure we could surge mask production in the next crisis,” said Nicole Lurie, who was the HHS assistant secretary for preparedness and response under Barack Obama. “Now we’re dealing with the consequences of not having that capability.”
HHS officials have said that there was no funding to build the machine, but the department that solicited the design had a budget of nearly $1.5 billion for 2020, according to an HHS report.
Contracts to Trump allies
In early March, Mike Bowen, the executive vice president of the medical mask manufacturer Prestige Ameritech, found the perfect way to drum up some federal business: He went on Steve Bannon's podcast, which is highly popular at the White House… A month later, at the explicit request of the White House, Prestige Ameritech had a $9.5 million contract with the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
Bannon told NBC News that his team put Bowen in touch with White House advisor Peter Navarro, who apparently facilitated the deal.
In the only other agreement with a similar notation that NBC News could find in the 11 years or so of online disclosure of federal contracts, one that was first reported by ProPublica, the Trump White House was named in March as the authority seeking a $96 million deal with the Canadian company AirBoss of America. As ProPublica reported, the deal calls for the delivery of 100,000 respirators and filters to New York and other locations by July 31, and it isn't clear why the White House was eager to award the no-bid contract to the company.
All it takes is a tweet
An electrical engineer in Silicon Valley (with 75 followers) responded to Trump’s tweet about ventilators at the end of March with his own tweet claiming he could “supply ICU ventilators.” Apparently this was all it took for the White House coronavirus to recommend the individual to New York state officials, who quickly paid Oren-Pines $69.1 million for 1,450 ventilators - at least triple the standard retail price of high-end models. Now, a month later, not a single ventilator has arrived and the contract was terminated. New York state is trying to recover all of the money it paid the man, Yaron Oren-Pines. “The guy was recommended to us by the White House coronavirus task force because they were doing business with him as well,” said the New York state official.
A profile of the efforts of an ex-Google software developer to obtain medical supplies for American healthcare workers demonstrates “that this is not an impossible task and that the Trump administration has failed miserably in this mission.” Ning Mosberger-Tang, of Boulder, Colorado, founded “Step Up in Crisis” to raise money and purchase PPE from China, despite having no previous experience in procuring medical equipment.
In late April, the first shipment of PPE obtained by Step Up in Crisis—50,000 of the surgical masks and the shoe covers—reached a warehouse in Los Angeles. The rest of the supplies are scheduled to arrive in different shipments through the first three weeks of May… Step Up in Crisis is looking to sell the PPE at its cost to hospitals that can afford to buy the supplies, but it also intends to donate some equipment to facilities that are financially strapped. ...Mosberger-Tang, an American citizen, points out that the current anti-China talk from Donald Trump and his political allies does not help on this front: “I wish the US government could be smarter in dealing with China. They know this manufacturing is in China. There is no point to calling this the ‘Chinese virus’ and irritate the Chinese government and end up not getting the equipment you need.”
FEMA stepping back
Other than seizing supplies, what is FEMA up to? The Trump administration is reportedly planning to end the role of FEMA’s National Response Coordination Center in managing the federal response to the coronavirus crisis. Its responsibilities will be handed over to unnamed persons at HHS. House Oversight Committee Chairwoman Carolyn Maloney responded:
President Trump seems to be declaring ‘Mission Accomplished’ while hundreds of Americans are dying every day, communities across the country are facing critical shortages of test kits and life-saving medical equipment, and millions of Americans are out of work and need assistance. The Administration has not briefed Congress on this move and has not identified a clear, unified command structure for the continued federal response.”
Federal prosecutors are investigating a New York doctor who appeared on Fox News frequently to promote the use of hydroxychloroquine to treat COVID-19. The doctor, Vladimir “Zev” Zelenko, has been in touch with the White House Zelenko came to the feds’ attention when - get this - Jerome Corsi (an associate of Roger Stone) accidentally sent an email intended for Zelenko to another “Z” name in his address book — federal prosecutor Aaron Zelinsky, a member of Mueller’s team.
Zelinsky is tasked now with investigating coronavirus-related crimes in the Maryland U.S. attorney’s office, as part of a directive from U.S. Attorney General William P. Barr to prioritize such cases. The department already has charged a medley of fraudsters for peddling fake cures
Vaccine expert Dr. Rick Bright is preparing to submit a whistleblower complaint documenting Trump’s push of an unproven anti-malarial drug. “It is expected that Bright’s complaint, when revealed, will shed new light on the political pressure exerted by the Trump administration on health officials to back up the president’s sweeping praise of the drugs as a key weapon against Covid-19.”
States and reopening
On Thursday, hundreds of protestors - some armed - stormed Michigan’s state capitol to protest the governor’s use of emergency powers to respond to the coronavirus pandemic: A tightly packed crowd of protesters, some carrying rifles, attempted to enter the floor of the legislative chamber, and were held back by a line of state police and capitol staff...“Let us in! Let us in!” the protesters chanted (video).
Friday morning, Trump tweeted his support for the armed protestors: “The Governor of Michigan should give a little, and put out the fire. These are very good people, but they are angry. They want their lives back again, safely! See them, talk to them, make a deal.”
NBC News: As a handful of states begin to ease stay-at-home restrictions, no state that has opted to reopen has come close to the federally recommended decline in cases over a 14-day period.
CNN: Florida will start to reopen May 4, but for now Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach counties won't be included. DeSantis said restaurants and retail spaces could let customers inside, but only at 25% capacity.
Tampa Bay Times: Florida medical examiners were releasing coronavirus death data. The state made them stop. When the medical examiners’ list was available, it showed more deaths than the state’s count.
The Atlantic: Georgia’s Experiment in Human Sacrifice. The state is about to find out how many people need to lose their lives to shore up the economy.
WaPo: Iowa, Oklahoma and other states reopening soon amid the coronavirus outbreak are issuing early warnings to their worried workers: Return to your jobs or risk losing unemployment benefits.
Houston Chronicle: Texas reports most deaths in a day from COVID-19 as Gov. Abbott prepares to drop stay-home order
The Hill: Tennessee has highest one-day jump in coronavirus cases ahead of restaurant reopening
ABC news: A Michigan judge sided with Gov. Gretchen Whitmer Wednesday in a lawsuit filed against her shelter-in-place order and denied the plaintiffs an injunction.
CBS News: A southern Illinois judge on Monday blocked Governor J.B. Pritzker's 30-day extension of the state's stay-at-home order, granting a temporary restraining order sought by a Republican state lawmaker who argued the governor overstepped his authority
AP: More than 50 people who voted in person or worked the polls during Wisconsin’s election earlier this month have tested positive for COVID-19 so far.
Government Executive: Federal Inspectors Are Fearful, Angry About Trump's Order to Reopen Outbreak-Stricken Meat Plants. USDA is still not providing masks and is doing "absolutely nothing" to protect workers, inspectors say.
The new coronavirus is likely to keep spreading for at least another 18 months to two years—until 60% to 70% of the population has been infected, a team of longstanding pandemic experts predicted in a report released Thursday.
Center for Global Development's Jeremy Konyndyk: it looks like US-style lockdowns are enough to freeze transmission in place (R=1) but not enough to drive it down (R<1). Which suggests that without further measures, we could remain on this plateau for quite a while... for each month we remain on the plateau, we risk losing more Americans than we lost in nearly a decade in Vietnam. If we spend May like we spent April, we will blow past 100k dead in weeks.
The way forward is very clear: test, trace, isolate, protect. Putting that infrastructure into place can bring down cases to a manageable level, enable us to relax lockdowns, and move to a posture of sustainable suppression. But that will be tough to deliver without the feds... We are stuck in an untenable holding pattern as long as federal leadership means vague slide decks and empty assurances rather than test kits, PPE, and accountability.
2020.03.04 02:44 ReduceMyRowsRequesting South Florida Housing Prices (with zip codes) for SLR-Development effect paper
considering to write a paper about SLR in South Florida and development being moved from coastal-touristic areas (such as Miami Beach, South Beach, Las Olas) towards inland, higher Mean-Sea-Level areas. Any idea if Zillow, or any of these housing things could have data somewhere public showing housing price and zip code? Even by property tax should be fine, (appraisal prices)
2020.02.18 07:18 Barblesnott_JrThe entire script of Paul Blart Mall Cop 2.
OVER BLACK: BLART (V.O.) The road of life is always under construction... FADE IN: SUNRISE.* (* fromthe first movie) BLART (V.O.) ... thejourney is hard, but once you reach the top, the view is amazing. Amy and Blart getting married.* BLART (V.O.) And that view is even more beautiful when you have someone to share it with... Blart and Amy DANCE ON SEGWAYSat their reception.* INT. BLART’S MOM’S FRONT DOORWAY - DAY22Blart opens the door and is handed a LETTER by a STERN MAN. BLART (V.O.) ...forsix days. INT. BLART’S MOM’S HOUSE - LATER33Blart sits in his Mom’s living room, holding the letter. She rubs his back as he CRIES HYSTERICALLY. BLART (V.O.) My beautiful wife of almost a week let me know by letter that she had, what I like to call “some regrets.” Her doctor called it, “uncontrollable vomiting.” Her lawyer... “dissolution of marriage.” He looks up at his Mom, cries a little more... and then RUNS out of the room. BLART (V.O.) That’s okay, I needed a little time to myself. Like the song says: I’ve been to paradise, but I’ve never been to me. (MORE) David Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIALSPE CONFIDENTIAL // That’s okay, when life knocks Page 2/88 you down, calmly get back up, smile, and very politely say, “you hit like a small boy.” And... (then) At least I still had the one thing that never seemed to let me down... security. INT. WEST ORANGE PAVILLIONMALL - DAY3A3AWe see Blart at the mall, throwing himself into his work. He rides through the mall, UP-NODDING to passing customers. BLART (V.O.) I spent the next two years losing myself in the sweet escape of keeping the West Orange Pavilion Mall safe. Blart spies a SMALL CHILD who appears lost. He rolls up to him on the segway and takes his hand, leading him to find his mom. Seeing the MOM, Blart reunites her with the boy. The mom is overjoyed. MOMThank you! (then to boy) Now give the fake cop a hug Andy. Blart is flattered and leans in for the hug. Andy is having none of it. Blart goes in again -- nothing. MOM (CONT’D) (getting agitated) Andy... hug him. BLARTUh... he doesn’t want a hug that’s okay. Blart is now frozen in the hug lean position. MOM(still to son) You are embarrassing me. Blart back away and leans in one more time, but the kid just BELTS HIM and runs away. The mom runs after him. Blart awkwardly gets on his segway and rides away. BLART (V.O.) (CONT'D) Salmon (05/02/2014)2. David Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIALDavid Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIAL BLART (V.0) And, on the home front... I always had Mom. Page 3/88 EXT. BLART’S MOM’S HOUSE - MORNING44Mom, in a fuzzy bathrobe, walks out into the street... BLART’S MOMOh, here’s the paper. ...and is DRILLED by an old-fashioned MILK TRUCK. BLART (V.O.) That is until she got drilled by a milk truck. Didn’t know they even had those anymore. INT. BLART’S MOM’S HOUSE - DAY55Blart once again sits in his mom’s living room looking at a FRAMED PHOTO of his mom... CRYING, uncontrollably. Maya, who is now 19 years old, rubs his back. He once again gets up and RUNS out of the room. BLART (V.O.) Besides my Maya, it didn’t seem like I had very much to look forward to. // INT. BLART’S MOM’S HOUSE - MORNINGBlart once again sits in his mom’s living room looking at a FRAMED PHOTO of his mom... he begins to CRY, uncontrollably. In the picture, we see: His MOTHER standing in a sun dress and big, floppy CHURCH HAT, surrounded by AFRICAN HUNTERS on SAFARI in AFRICA. Salmon (05/02/2014)2A. David Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIALDavid Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIAL BLART (V.O.) That is until her church group travelled to Africa, where she went on safari, and while snapping pictures, and getting a little too close, caught the business end of a Dicerosbicornis... a black rhino. Maya, who is now 19 years old, rubs his back. He once again gets up and RUNS out of the room. INT. WEST ORANGE PAVILLIONMALL - DAY66We see a melancholy Blart as he rides through the mall. BLART (V.O.) I guess I was the last one to get the memo -- Paul Blart had officially peaked... INT. DINING ROOM - DAY77Blart is opening mail at the table, he reads a LETTER that Page 4/88 has SECURITY OFFICERS TRADE ASSOCIATIONletterhead. INSERT LETTER: selected to join us for an all expense paid trip to the Security Officers Trade Association Expo and Award ceremony in Las Vegas, Nevada.” BLART (V.O.) ... orhad I? INT. MAYA’S ROOM - CONTINUOUS88Maya reads a different LETTER with UCLAletterhead. INSERT LETTER: accepted to the incoming freshman class.” BLART (O.S.) Maya! Come down here! I have some great news! MAYAMe too! Maya excitedly runs out of her room. INT. DINING ROOM - MOMENTS LATER99Maya bounds in. Blart can’t contain himself. Buff (04/30/2014)3. David Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIALDavid Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIAL BLARTHoney... we’ve been invited to the Security Officers Trade Association Expo and Award ceremony, in LasVegas, Nevada! MAYAVegas? Wow! BLARTI think they’re finally recognizing me for getting the mall out of that jam. MAYAJam? Dad, you savedthe mall! They shouldhonor you. I’m so proud of you. Maya hugs him. BLARTThank you honey. Blart breaks the hug and then holds Maya by the shoulders. BLART (CONT’D) I’ll tell ya, times have been tough, but no matter what happens as long as I have you by my side, I’ll be okay. (then) Alright, enough about me... what’s Page 5/88 your great news? Maya realizes it’s not the time to tell her dad about UCLA. She secretly tucks the letter into her back pocket. MAYAYeah, umm... BLARTWell, c’monSweetie, you got me on pins and needles here. // yougot me on top of the roller coaster here. MAYAI just remembered that... we have left-over baked ziti. Blart stares blankly at Maya... Is he on to her? Then... BLART(even bigger smile) What a day!! // Weeeeee!! What a ride!! 4. David Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIALDavid Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIAL The heroic MALL COP SCORE kicks in and we... CUT TO: CREDITS wiping behind the dented and worn SECURITY OFFICER 1010BADGE rotating through space. Finally settling on... TITLE: FLY-OVER1111The resort is bathed in golden sun, surrounded by the beautiful Las Vegas strip. EXT. WYNN HOTEL SOUTH VALET AREA - DAY1212Blart and Maya slam the trunk on their tiny RENTAL CAR. Blart, struggling with four bags of luggage, is dressed in tourist civvies and has a large laminated SECURITY OFFICERS TRADE ASSOCIATION EXPO pass hanging around his neck. A sweet faced valet, LANE (18), approaches. LANEMay I help with your bags, sir? BLARTNo, no. That’s how they get’cha. I’ll be fine on my own, thank you. LANENo problem, sir. Lane notices Maya and gives her a slight smile. Maya BLUSHES. INT. WYNN HOTEL SOUTH ENTRANCE LOBBY - DAY1313Blart and Maya enter the spectacular lobby. Blart drops his bags in AWE. For Blart, this is like going to the SUPERBOWL. BLARTTake it in, cupcake... 400,000 square feet of casino and retail Page 6/88 space, sitting atop 215 luxurious acres... all protected by the finest security this side of the//Uh... I got nothin’. Top notch security though. // Mississip... andthe other side, actually. Both sides. (then) Welcome to the show. // Showtime. 5. David Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIALDavid Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIAL SPE CONFIDENTIALDavid Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIAL BLARTYeah, I definitely would stand down for Robocop. DONNA ERICONEHe’s not real. BLARTNo, I knew that. Wow, glad I packed my dress whites. DONNA ERICONEGood thing. Just don’t tell anyone I told you. BLARTTell anyone what? DONNA ERICONEAbout the keynote -- (realizing) Oh, you got me... She punches Blart in the arm, hard. DONNA ERICONE (CONT’D) ... You done gone and gotme! I’ll see you tonight. BLARTRoger that, Officer Ericone. Donna exits. Blart turns to Maya, rubbing his arm. BLART (CONT’D) You were right princess... things just keep getting better. MAYA(feeling guilty) That’s great dad. An energized Blart strides up to a male RECEPTIONIST. BLARTYello-ha. RECEPTIONISTGood afternoon sir, welcome to the Wynn Resort. Blart hands him his ITINERARY. He reads it. Taps on his computer. BLARTChecking in. Page 7/88 7. David Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIALDavid Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIAL RECEPTIONISTAbsolutely... Mr. Blart. BLARTMr. Blart... (chuckles to himself) I’m sure you were thrown by the travel wear. It’s actually Officer. People often forget there’s a human face to law enforcement. Maya’s horrified. RECEPTIONISTOh. Okay... sorry about that. (then) Oh, yes... “Officer” Blart, I see we have you in a partial mountain view and you requested a “bottomless” bowl of Peanut M&M’s... BLARTI didn’t... my doctor probably... it’s strictly medicinal. Unfortunately, I am cursed with hypo-glycemia. “The hidden hell.” Sugar level drops and so do I. RECEPTIONISTOkay. BLART(not letting it go) It is okay because... fun fact for ya... Author Stephen King and comedian Sinbad, // R&B diva Patty LaBellealso have hypo-glycemia. So, I’m in pretty good company. RECEPTIONISTOf course. (taps a few more keys) Ooh... I’m sorry, but your room isn’t ready yet. In fact, we don’t have you checking in until three. But you can leave your luggage and I will have it delivered to the room. MAYADad, I’m starving. Can we just get some lunch? BLARTWhoa! Hold the mayo. (to receptionist) Page 8/88 (MORE) 8. David Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIALDavid Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIAL I’m sure you didn’t know this, uh... (reads name tag) Heath, but if you check the Grand ballroom and see what group’s booked there tonight, I think your tune might change a wee bit... The receptionist HITS A KEY, reads the screen. RECEPTIONISTMini-Kiss... the cover band. BLARTWow, they’re good. RECEPTIONISTYes, they are. BLARTYeah, I’m not with them. Is there a manager, I could talk to? RECEPTIONISTI’m sorry she’s not available right now. Blart makes a decision... SIGHS. BLARTAlright... I hate doing this. Blart reaches in his SHOULDER BAG. MAYAOh no, Dad... not the maga-- BLARTSorry dumplin’, got no choice. MAYA(to receptionist) Terrace Cafe open for lunch? RECEPTIONISTYes it is. MAYAI’m out. Maya goes. Blart drops the MAGAZINE on the counter and then with GREAT FANFARE turns it to face the receptionist and SLOWLY SLIDES it towards him. BLART (CONT'D) 9. David Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIALDavid Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIAL RECEPTIONISTI’m sorry sir, what am I looking at? BLART“Perimeter Check,” the official trade journal of the security industry, Feb. ‘09. RECEPTIONISTDid you print this yourself? Page 9/88 BLARTAbsolutely not -- it’s published biannually. Big seller in Canada. (then) Take a gander at the inside of the back cover, I think it should clear things up. RECEPTIONIST(reading) “Say goodbye to toenail fungus...” BLARTOpposite page... toward the bottom. RECEPTIONIST : Oh. (then) Is that you? BLARTIt is. (leans in) This is not public information, but it seems I’m going to be delivering the keynote speech at the Security Officer convention, tonight. RECEPTIONIST(remembering) Oh you know, I think they cancelled that... (checks computer) Wup, no, they didn’t. But it was downsized to conference room “C”. Nope, “F.” The Receptionist retrieves a MAP, and opens it. RECEPTIONIST (CONT’D) Okay, here’s a map of our property. Blart looks at it quickly and slides it back. 10. David Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIALDavid Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIAL BLARTThank you. RECEPTIONISTNo, that’s yours to keep. BLARTDon’t need it. It’s been scanned. (re: It’s all in here. Locked and loaded. Time for lunch. Blart exits. After a beat: RECEPTIONISTSir, your daughter and the Page 10/88 restaurant are that way. He points in the opposite direction. BLARTYup... themap was upside down when I scanned it. Blart exits the other way. OMIT 1515INT. TERRACE CAFE / (EUROPEAN POOL) - DAY1616Blart arrives at an outdoor table to find Lane talking to Maya, who is already in the middle of an appetizer. LANEWas I lying about the conch fritters? MAYAYou were not! They’re amazing! With just the right amount of zip! LANEGotta love the zip! MAYAOh, I do... I was born to zip! LANEPut my hand up on my hip, whenI zip... MAYA...youzip, 11. David Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIALDavid Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIAL MAYA (CONT’D) ...we zip. LANE...we zip. They share a LAUGH. There’s obviously a little connection between them. Blart clocks this. Lane turns to him. LANE (CONT’D) Oh, you forgot your valet ticket sir. He hands Blart the TICKET and then turns back to Maya, smiles and exits. Maya blushes once again. Blart plops down and stares at Maya. MAYAWhat? BLARTYou were bornto zip? Since when do you use the word “zip?” MAYAI always use the word zip. BLARTI don’t like it. Hipster talk. Maya shakes her head. MAYALook, Dad... you’re gonnahave to get used to the fact that I’m a big girl now. BLARTOkay, first of all, we’re all big... we’re Blarts. Wide hips, thick ankles and a low center of Page 11/88 gravity, that’s how the good Lord made us. That’s why we’re so good at moving furniture. Blart pulls something from his pocket. It’s a MECHANICAL VIBRATING FORK. He begins to pick at the conch fritters. MAYAWhat is that? BLARTMy vibrating fork. It forces me eat slower. You think I eat fast at home? On vacation, I’m like a greyhound chasing a bunny. Blart takes a QUICK TWO BITES and it indeed VIBRATES and a RED LIGHT light FLASHES. 12. David Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIALDavid Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIAL BLART (CONT’D) See? Blart waits for it to STOP vibrating, and the light to turn GREEN. He then takes another bite. This time slower. BLART (CONT’D) There we go. (quietly to himself) It’s just fuel. Just fuel. VOICE (O.S) Mr. Blart? Blart turns around WAY TOO FAST for the situation. BLARTSHANGHAI! But it’s only the smoking hot general manager, DIVINA MARTINEZ, who has two ROOM KEYS in her hand. DIVINAOh. Sorry to startle you, sir. BLARTIt’s okay, sometimes it’s just hard to turn off. // You hit the trip wire is all. Divina has no idea what he is talking about. DIVINAOkay. Well, I’m Divina Martinez, the hotel’s general manager. I wanted to apologize about the confusion regarding the convention and let you to know how happy we are to have your group staying with us. (beat) And good news -- I upgraded your Page 12/88 room. It has a view of the strip, it’s ready right now, and I wanted to give you the keys personally. Divina sets the keys down on the table and accidentally BRUSHES HER FINGERS against Blart’s. DIVINA (CONT’D) Oh, sorry about that. (having fun) Although, I must say you have very soft hands. Blart immediately reacts. 13. David Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIALDavid Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIAL BLARTWhoa. Pump the brakes. // Whoa, pffffffffft... airbag! DIVINAExcuse me? BLARTI sense what you’re doing... (off her name tag) Divina. DIVINAWhat am I doing? BLARTTruthfully? Being a bit transparent. DIVINA(confused) I’m sorry. I don’t follow-- BLARTLook, I understand it’s the 21st century and a woman can go after hers just like a man. Maya is now dying a slow death. MAYADad, I really don’t think she was-- BLART(puts his hand up) This is grown-up stuff, tadpole. (back to Divina) Look, it takes two to tango and my dancing shoes are currently out for repair. DIVINASir... I’m sorry if I -- BLARTApology not needed, just know I’m working my way through a maze of personal fire and until the flames of chaos subside... I’m just not ready for public consumption. Divina decides it’s best to just let the customer be right. Page 13/88 DIVINAUm... I understand, sir. Have a great stay. 14. David Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIALDavid Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIAL Divina walks off. BLART(to Maya) It’s not just me, right? She was relentless. Divina, still totally confused, turns back to look one more time. EXT. WYNN HOTEL SOUTH VALET AREA - CONTINUOUS 1717A custom Harley Davidson MOTORCYCLE blows into the valet area and comes to a stop. The rider takes off his helmet to reveal... EDUARDO FURTILLO, HEAD OF SECURITY for the Wynn Resort and Casino. He is immaculately dressed in a GREY SUIT, with an EAR PIECE inconspicuously tucked into his collar. Two AGENTS from Casino Security join his side as Eduardo confidently enters the hotel. One wears a BLACK SUIT, AGENT PARSONS The other wears a PURPLE SUIT (like the one Henkwore,) this is AGENT JENKINS. EXT. TERRACE CAFE (EUROPEAN POOL) - MOMENTS LATER1818Divina stands there, lost in thought. Eduardo strides up. EDUARDO : Hola, mi amor. Divina, still a tad thrown, gives Eduardo a little kiss. He senses something is off. EDUARDO (CONT’D) What troubles you, my pet? DIVINAI just had the strangest exchange with that guy over there. Divina points to Blart. P.O.V: EDUARDOEl Gordo? DIVINA(this is absurd) Yeah -- he accused me of hitting on him. 15. David Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIALDavid Kaminow Page 14/88 SPE CONFIDENTIAL EDUARDO(chuckles) Funny -- they say overweight people use humor to achieve affection. DIVINAYou know what? Okay, yes -- I also heard that. // -- that makes sense. They share a laugh, as they both look at Blart. P.O.V: VIBRATING and the LIGHT to turn off. A VIP RECEPTIONIST arrives and clears her throat. VIP RECEPTIONISTExcuse me, Ms. Martinez, our VIP guest has arrived. INT. WYNN VIP RECEPTION AREA - MOMENTS LATER1919Divina and Eduardo enter. Divina extends her hand to... VINCENT SOFEL, 40’s, TWO DIFFERENT COLORED EYES, a three piece suit, sits in a chair, sipping an espresso. A BRIEFCASE sits at his feet. Behind him is ROBINSON, mid 30’s, African American and Vincent’s bodyguard, SCOTT, tall, black suit. Vincent stands. DIVINAWelcome back to the Wynn, Mr. Sofel. We have the accommodations you requested all ready for you. If you need anything at all, please don’t hesitate to call either myself or our head of security, Mr. Furtillo. Divina points to Eduardo, who nods. VINCENTYou guys took me for a lot of money on my last visit. DIVINAWell, I hope you’re able to turn that around this time. Vincent smirks. VINCENTOh, I plan to. 16. David Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIALDavid Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIAL INT. WYNN BASIC SINGLE ROOM -- LATER2020Blart finishes unpacking and notices that there is one QUEENSIZE BED and one folded ROLL AWAY. He calls to Maya. BLARTI don’t know how this is an upgrade. You take the bed, I’ll Page 15/88 take the roll away. MAYA (O.S.) Dad, this is your convention, you can’t sleep on the roll away. BLARTI certainly can. I once fell asleep in a hurdler’s stretch. // climbinga fence. // rakingleaves. // duringa snowball fight. MAYA (O.S.) We’ll figure it out later. I gotta get going. Maya comes out wearing a ONE PIECE BATHING SUIT, with puffy flowers. She’s holding her beach bag, and heads for the door. Blart panics... BLARTWhoaaa, okay, thanks for telling me, Victoria’s secret! (averts his eyes) What do you think you’re wearing young lady? MAYAUm, a bathing suit? BLARTMaybe for an elf // maybe for a cabbage patch doll... how about leaving a little to the imagination. // leavinga little for your wedding night. MAYAI was going to hang out by the pool. BLARTNot in that. Maya rolls her eyes, grabs a COVER UP and puts it over her bathing suit. MAYAFine. Then I’m going exploring. 17. David Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIALDavid Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIAL Maya starts for the door. BLARTHold up. You got your extra phone battery? MAYAYup. BLARTFlashlight? MAYAAlways. BLARTHot pepper spray? MAYACheck. BLARTPocket knife-key chain, window Page 16/88 smasher? MAYAI do. BLARTBaby road flares? MAYAYes! I’ve got it all! Finally, Blart produces a small consumer WALKIETALKIE. BLARTHere take this. It’s set to monitor, so I can hear everything that’s going on. MAYANo way -- I already feel like a SWAT unit! BLARTMaya, security is a mission, not an intermission. Blart looks long at Maya, until this sinks in... Yellow (04/22/2014)18. David Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIALDavid Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIAL BLART (CONT’D) Okay. Head on a swivel. She exits. INT. WYNN PRESIDENTIAL SUITE - DAY - HIGH CEILING2121We are in a beautiful, two story suite. There is a flurry of activity as several people (NADIA, CARLOS, KIRA, and Scott) move DIFFERENT SIZE WOODEN CRATES into the suite. Vincent hands Robinson the BRIEFCASE he’s been carrying. Robinson opens it and places it on the coffee table. He then unfolds three pencil-thin COMPUTER MONITORS from the case, revealing a KEYBOARD. We see that the briefcase has now become an elaborate COMPUTER SYSTEM. Robinson looks impressed. Vincent leans over Robinson’s shoulder. VINCENTLet’s see if I bankrolled the right NSA agent. Robinson hits a few keystrokes, then a PASSWORD and we see that he’s hacked into the entire Wynn surveillance system. ROBINSONHow’s that? VINCENTSo far, so good. Suddenly there is a knock at the door. All activity stops dead. Scott pulls a SILENCED PISTOL, puts it behind his back and opens the door. A Wynn security agent, HENK, enters. He wears the signature WYNN, PURPLE SUIT with a NAME TAG and an EAR BUD. HENKWe had a complaint about the noise. Page 17/88 Robinson stands and approaches the security guard. He looks him up and down for a tense beat, then... ROBINSONThat’s why we have you. Vincent steps up. VINCENTI gotta say Henk, -- nice uniform. 19. David Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIALDavid Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIAL And Henk, the fake security agent, smiles wide. HENKYou don’t want to know what it took to get the real deal. VINCENTI don’t -- The activity once again starts. Henkwinks and... HENKGotta get back to keeping the Wynn Resort safe. Henkshuts the door behind him. Nadia, the art expert, holds up her phone as she approaches Vincent. NADIAThey’ve moved several of the pieces in the last few days. Here’s the new locations of all thirteen. On the screen is a hi-tech “3DRENDERING” of the entire hotel with RED DOTS marking the locations of the art. She hits send on her phone. Vincent then gathers his troops. VINCENTPerfect. I want to be in and out in less than nine hours people. Robinson holds up his phone next to Vincent’s, a timer is CLICKING DOWN from 9:00:00... 8:59:59... 8:59:58, etc. Robinson hits a BUTTON and the TIMER on Vincent’s phone perfectly syncs up. We now see the crew start to change their clothes into Wynn “EMPLOYEES: Even Robinson puts on a PURPLE security coat and EAR PIECE. INT. WYNN CASINO (ENCORE CASINO) - DAY2222Blart strolls through the casino, when he hears an ERUPTION of CHEERS at a nearby CRAPS TABLE. He weaves his way over. BLART(to gambler) What’s all the hoopla friend? GAMBLER # 1(re: This guy’s crushing! I’m literally running out of room for my chips! Page 18/88 20. David Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIALDavid Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIAL SPE CONFIDENTIALDavid Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIAL WAITRESSIt’s complimentary, sir. BLART(keeps getting better) Complimentary? (signaling for all) Then root beers around the horn! She stares at him. BLART (CONT’D) (sotto) Just one. She exits. BLART (CONT’D) I have never felt more alive! The High Roller THROWS the dice. CRAPS DEALERSeven! Craps! A HUGE GROAN from the crowd. Gambler # 1 GLARES at Blart. GAMBLER # 1Boo. The dealer turns to Blart. CRAPS DEALERYou lost everythingBLARTBut, don’t I get -- CRAPS DEALEREverything. Devastated, Blart stares straight ahead and slowly backs away from the table. Just then his complimentary ROOT BEER arrives. Blart blankly grabs the mug, CHUGS the entire thing and slowly walks away in a daze. EXT. WYNN SOUTH ENTRANCE LOBBY - DAY2323Still stung, Blart walks through the lobby when he sees Maya talking to Lane at the Valet stand! He stealthily makes his way to get a better look, when Maya notices him. Busted, Blart tries to get away but he just slams into a LUGGAGE CART. 22. David Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIALDavid Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIAL INT. WYNN HOTEL SOUTH VALET AREA - CONTINUOUS23A23ALane notice Blart, struggling with the luggage cart. LANEHey, is that your dad? MAYAI wish I could say “no” right now. Page 19/88 (then) I’ll be right back. Maya leaves and approaches Blart. MAYA (CONT’D) Dad, are you spying on me? BLARTSpying? No, I’m -- I just wanted you to know something... MAYAWhat? Beat. Thinks. BLARTThe door to safety swings on common sense. MAYAGo. Please. BLARTMaya. MAYADad! You are embarrassing me. BLART(heartbroken) Sorry you feel that way. I’ll leave you alone. MAYAPlease. Maya returns to talk to Lane, as Blart walks away, crushed. Just then, Blart is approached by SAUL GUNDERMUTT, a poorly dressed man with a mouthful of huge VENEERS, a thick Afro of RED HAIR and sporting large GOLD FRAMED EYE GLASSES. 23. David Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIALDavid Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIAL SAUL GUNDERMUTTBlart. Saul Gundermutt, head of the Security Officers Trade Association. I catch you at a bad time? BLART(recovering) No, no, it’s a pleasure, sir. SAUL GUNDERMUTTPleasure’s mine and I just want you to know, I got you sitting at my table tonight. Blart can barely contain himself. This confirms it! BLARTWow, I’m just so excited. I heard rumblings.... Saul looks CONFUSED. SAUL GUNDERMUTTRumblings? BLART(leading) About the keynote... SAUL GUNDERMUTTOh... with good reason -- NickPanero’sgiving it. Great guy. Great guard. Page 20/88 Blart looks gut punched. He quickly tries to cover. BLARTYeah, no. NickPanero. Those were the rumblings. That’s terrific. That is SO good. (then) Love to meet him sometime... pick his brain... SAUL GUNDERMUTTLooks like your lucky day, here he comes. Saul nods in the direction of.... Officer NICKPANERO, 40’s, GOOFY, JITTERY wearing a MALL OF MIAMI T-SHIRT, and Officer GINO CHIZETTI, 50’s, wearing an ill-fitting TANK TOP. They approach Blart. Pink (04/21/2014)24. David Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIALDavid Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIAL SAUL GUNDERMUTT (CONT’D) Blart. Officer NickPaneroand Officer Gino Chizetti. BLARTOfficer Manero. Nice to-- NICKPANEROHold the applesauce, hot shot. I heard‘ayou. Rumor has it, you thought youwere giving the keynote tonight. (turns to Chizetti) He thought he was giving it. GINO CHIZETTIYou thought you were giving it? BLART(covering) No. I didn’t -- NICKPANEROMan. You gotta stop bringing up that Black Friday thing, Blart. It was six years ago. GINO CHIZETTIGotta let it go. BLART(confused) I never brought up Black Friday. GINO CHIZETTIYa did... ya just did. SAUL GUNDERMUTTActually, the Black Friday thing’s why you’re here, Paul. BLARTHmm? SAUL GUNDERMUTTTo show some appreciation. Let you check out the latest in security technology and sit at the table of honor when Nick gives the keynote. Page 21/88 BLARTAnd what an honor it is. (to Nick) I’m sorry, what did you do again? Pink (04/21/2014)25. David Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIALDavid Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIAL NICKPANERO(incredulous) What’dI do? GINO CHIZETTI(incredulous) What’dhe do? NICKPANEROLast year I thwarted a ring of frozen yogurt thieves. You know those punch cards where if you hit a certain amount you get a free yogurt? BLARTSure. SAUL GUNDERMUTTWe got ‘em in the mid west. NICKPANEROWell, these animals made their own hole-punch, and next thing you know the place is hemorrhagingyogurt. I had no choice but to take ‘em down. GINO CHIZETTITake ‘em down. NICKPANERO(to Chizetti) You gotta stop that. GINO CHIZETTIYup. SAUL GUNDERMUTTPretty impressive, huh? BLARTYeah, bad day to be a yogurt thief. NICKPANEROThat’s right, slingshot. Well, no hard feelings. Tell you what. After I bring down the house tonight... Chizetti and I’ll take you out for a cold one. BLART(through the pain) I don’t drink. That’s when a Segway EMPLOYEE rides behind them and pulls up to a Segway RENTAL KIOSK. Pink (04/21/2014)26. David Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIALDavid Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIAL Blart’s eyes GO WIDE. Gino Chizetti leans in... GINO CHIZETTIHeard you’re pretty good on one of Page 22/88 those. BLARTI’ve been known to dabble. Blart jumps on the Segway... BLART (CONT’D) (trying to appear humble) I really shouldn’t. SEGWAY EMPLOYEEActually sir, you can’t. I would need a valid driver’s license if you want to take it for a test drive. Blart holds his LAMINATE in front of his face. BLARTI think if you peep the laminate, you’ll see I’m all access. Let me just nudge her out of whisper mode. Blart hits a BUTTON and the Segway gives off an acceptance CHIRP. SEGWAY EMPLOYEEOkay, well I see you know your way around a p133. BLARTI do, but this old gal’s a bit tired... I have a modified i2commuter myself. SEGWAY EMPLOYEEWow, that’s really cool... still gonnaneed a valid license though. Blart easily does a couple of quick moves. Growing in confidence... BLART(re: Whoa... THAT just took place. // Whoa... THAT was valid. SEGWAY EMPLOYEESir, please be careful. It’s about weight distribution. Make sure both hands are firmly on the grips. 27. David Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIALDavid Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIAL BLARTOh, really? So I’m guessing you wouldn’t want me to do THIS! Blart takes BOTH HANDS off the Segway and leans forward taking off towards the Valet stand and Maya. Blart WINKS at Maya, she’s horrified. MAYAPlease don’t... Blart aggressively executes a series of impressive, ONE-ARMED SPIN MOVES, gaining speed and confidence. Blart takes off BACKWARDS into the driveway. Page 23/88 The crowd is impressed, until a SHUTTLE VAN pulls up and everyone GASPS... It’s going to DRILL Blart... But NO! Blart pulls off the move of the century and avoids certain disaster!! Just as he looks over to the impressed crowd and cracks a sly smile... he backs the Segway directly into a moving CONVERTIBLE! Blart back flips into the back seat and the car pulls away. Maya’s mortified. Lane is stunned. After a beat... LANEWell, I better get back to work. I’m off in a half hour. Maybe I’ll see you around. MAYAI’d like that. As Blart drunk-walks his way back into the valet area... BLART(mumbling) Shuttle van...// Still got the laminate... INT. WYNN BASIC SINGLE ROOM - AFTERNOON2424Blart, still in pain, lays on the ROLL AWAY. Maya enters from the bathroom wearing a Wynn robe. BLARTLottafun today... great fun! MAYADad, you okay? You should really get checked out. 28. David Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIALDavid Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIAL Blart musters the courage to tell her. BLARTPumpkin, my body’s fine... it’s my ego that took a hit. Turns out I’m not giving the keynote tonight. Maya feels terrible. MAYAWell you know what? You should call a cop, because you got robbed. BLARTThanks kitten... but technically I wouldn’t need a cop -- MAYAIt’s a figure of speech, daddy. BLART : I know, it’s just, cops think they’re all that. Don’t like it. Do not... like it. Blart checks his WATCH. BLART (CONT’D) Page 24/88 Whoa, we got a meet-and-greet in fifteen... we should get a move on. Blart painfully gets off the roll away. MAYAAs exciting as that sounds, I think I’m just gonnatake a bath and a nap. I’m kindatired. BLART(a bit hurt) Sure. Right. You should get some rest. (beat) I’ll come back to get you for dinner at Bartolotta. We have reservations at six. It’s supposed to be the real deal. MAYA(short) Gotcha. Blart deflates, opens the door. MAYA (CONT’D) Hey dad... Yellow (04/22/2014)29. David Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIALDavid Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIAL SPE CONFIDENTIALDavid Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIAL MAYA (CONT’D) Sorry about the speech. I’ll see you later. I love you. She gives Blart a KISS and heads into the bathroom. He can’t help but SMILE. EXT. EUROPEAN POOL/ CABANA BAR - AFTERNOON2525Blart stands with Gino and Donna listening to Nick. They all hold FRUITY DRINKS. NICKPANEROSo I got this one kid against the wall and I turn to the other and say, “hand over the yogurt.” It was over that fast. Lights out. GINO CHIZETTILights out. (turns to Blart) Hey, how much you pay for your belt? BLART(confused) Um... I don’t know it was a gift. GINO CHIZETTIYou gotta guy? ‘Cause I gotta guy. Page 25/88 BLARTA belt guy? No, I don’t have a belt guy. Just then an older, Indian man, KHAN MUBI, joins the group. As he greets each one of them, he HUGS them... KHAN MUBIKhan Mubi. Nice to meet. (hug) Khan Mubi. Nice to meet. (hug) Khan Mubi. Nice to meet. Blart takes the hug. BLARTThank you. It’s been one heck of a day. That embrace helped. Khan pulls Blart in for ANOTHER hug. BLART (CONT’D) Yup. First one warmed me up... but this one brought it home. Pink (04/21/2014)30. David Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIALDavid Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIAL Khan releases the hug. BLART (CONT’D) We should probably go... They all make their way into the... INT. ENCORE CONVENTION HALL - MOMENTS LATER2626Where many KIOSKS are set up under banners...“NON-LETHAL WEAPONS... ETC.” Blart is impressed. BLARTWow... INT. WYNN BASIC SINGLE BATHROOM - SAME2727Maya lights a CANDLE and sets it on the edge of the tub. She takes out her acceptance letter, sits and reads it again. She is interrupted by her phone BEEPING. It’s a text from Lane. ON SCREEN: EXT. WYNN ASIAN SCULPTURE HALLWAY - SAME2828An incredible ASIAN SCULPTURE is being admired by two TOURISTS. Nearby, an attractive WOMAN drops her PURSE, scattering her belongings onto the floor. We’ve seen her before in the presidential suite, her name is Kira. KIRAOh, no! As soon as the tourists move over to help her, Robinson, dressed as purple coated security, takes out a REPLICA DOME and hits “play.” Page 26/88 ON SCREEN: He quickly moves under the SECURITY CAMERA and ATTACHES the replica dome, so it’s broadcasting what’s playing in a 360 degree field of view. He then holds out what looks like a hand held metal detector. A BLUE LIGHT emits from the device and SCANS the glass case. A light on the back of the device turns GREEN. Robinson then NODS to Kira. She nods back and Robinson moves off. 31. David Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIALDavid Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIAL INT. ENCORE CONVENTION HALL "F" - SAME2929Blart, Khan, Gino and Donna move to the first kiosk where REP #1 lifts up what looks like a SAWED OFF SHOTGUN. Nick heads off in a different direction. REP #1I’d like to introduce you to “The Big Sticky Mess,” a sawed off shotgun that shoots glue foam. You get this on you and it’s stickier than a work shoe in an IHOPbathroom. The group moves to the NEXT KIOSK: Blart greets REP #2. BLARTWhat’s the latest, friend? REP #2Marbles... you release this tie, and two hundred marbles are at your disposal. It’s your best answer to crowd control. You can’t run with these under your feet. Heck, you can’t even stand. THE NEXT KIOSK: BLARTFlashlight? REP #3Nope. The VitruSonic Taser. Renders your assailant incapacitated for five seconds at a time. The group walks along, when Blart notices... THE KIOSK ACROSS THE WAY: Saul Gundermutt attends to a large CURTAINED BOX. Blart drifts away from the group and up to Saul. SAUL GUNDERMUTTHey Paul. BLARTHey Saul. What’chagot there? Page 27/88 SAUL GUNDERMUTTIt’s getting revealed tomorrow at the luncheon. It’s a prototype. Not supposed to show anybody. (looks around) (MORE) 32. David Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIALDavid Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIAL But since you’re into gyroperformance vehicles.... takea gander. Saul peels back the curtain. We don’t see what Blart sees. SAUL GUNDERMUTT (CONT’D) Things will never be the same. Blart is shaken to the core. NEXT KIOSK: rejoins the group. REP #4When it’s time to make them pay the price, reach for “The Finisher,” * the most effective, non-lethal bean bag firearm on the market. The officers are impressed. The Rep turns to Blart. REP #4 (CONT’D) Why don’t you take her for a spin. BLARTMe? Um... sure. The Rep hands the gun to Blart who takes careful aim. There are FOUR TARGETS set up. Blart fires off four quick shots... MISS. MISS. MISS. MISS. We hear a CHUCKLE off screen. The group turns to reveal... Eduardo, Agent Parsons (black coat) and Agent Jenkins (purple coat). EDUARDOPaul Blart, Mall Cop. BLARTYes sir. EDUARDOEduardo Furtillo, Headof Security for the Wynn Resort and Casino.. BLARTOh, nice to meet a fellow brother in arms. (then, to his group) Fun fact for ya. You may notice that Mr. Furtillo here, being the head of security is in a grey coat. While... I’m sorry son, I didn’t Page 28/88 get your name. SAUL GUNDERMUTT (CONT'D) Cherry (05/13/2014)33. David Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIALDavid Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIAL The security agent next to Eduardo speaks. AGENT JENKINSJenkins. BLARTWhile Jenkins here is wearing a purple coat. See, they have a hierarchy of coat colors based on their security responsibilities... Grey, black, pine, and then finally... purple. (to Jenkins) Sorry. No offense. AGENT JENKINSYou’re wearing a polyestershirt with spanxunderneath. BLARTYep. Good catch. // Today I am... yes. (then, to Eduardo) By the way, as a professional courtesy, happy to keep my eyes peeled for any irregularities while I’m here. JENKINSOh, I think we’re good. BLARTYou’re great, the best -- just honoring the code of the badge. If you’re ever in my barn, I hope you’d do the same. EDUARDO(to Jenkins) He’s adorable, right? Jenkins and Parsons share a laugh. EDUARDO (CONT’D) (back to Blart) I see you admiring the “non lethals”. Guess they don’t trust you with the real stuff. I mean what are you really “guarding” anyway? Cell phone covers and Cinnabon? BLARTWell, there’s also three ATM’s and a Dave and Buster’s, so -- Pink (04/21/2014)34. Page 29/88 David Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIALDavid Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIAL EDUARDOHey. (motions to Blart) Closer. Gonna let you in on a little secret. Since I was named head of security five years ago, we have not had so much as a towel go missing. The Wynn hotel is the most secure place in the entire world. Without breaking eye contact, Eduardo GRABS the bean bag gun and fires off FOUR SHOTS with one hand, KNOCKING DOWN all four targets. EDUARDO (CONT’D) We don’t need your help, amateur hour. But please, have fun at your little get together tonight. Eduardo drops the bean bag gun and walks away. Blart turns to the group. BLARTWow, that was impressive. And is it me, or did he smell like tobacco and vanilla? INT. WYNN BASIC SINGLE ROOM - AFTERNOON3030Blart enters his hotel room. BLARMaya... you still in the bath? (knocks on door) Sunshine? Concerned, Blart opens the door to find... the BATHTUB FILLED, candles STILL LIT, her ROBE lying on the floor. BUT NO MAYA! He grabs the phone in the bathroom. BLARTGET ME SECURITY! EXT. ENCORE BEACH CLUB POOL BAR - AFTERNOON3131As several youngpeople hang out, wefindMayaand Lane each enjoy a SODA. LANEIt’s so cool you got into UCLA. You must be stoked. 35. David Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIALDavid Kaminow SPE CONFIDENTIAL MAYANot really. I haven’t been able to tell my dad. Page 30/88
Please look to local news, local weather, and local and state emergency management agencies to find out more about how you may be affected, if you need to evacuate, and steps on getting prepared. Please everyone stay safe.
With football season comes hurricane season. Dorian is now a Cat 2 and heading for the US mainland. It may be tempting to dismiss this now that it has dropped from a Cat 5 to a Cat 2, but in that time it has also gotten bigger, so more areas may be affected. Please still take this seriously and listen to evacuation notices and other information shared by local and state government officials and emergency responders.
As in previous hurricane threads on this sub, we're going to have information about game status and some other information that may be of use to folks.
If you have an update (game change or university closure), please PM StrawberryTea or tag her in your comment in the thread so we're 100% sure someone sees it quickly!
General: A cooler. Fun/mental health stuff - books, games, etc. Cash. Weather radio and batteries. Flashlights > candles. Backup cell phone, laptop, or other batteries. Extra water. Hand sanitizer. Comfort items (a toddler's blankie, the puppy's favorite toy, your grandpa's watch you can't imagine losing).
Specialized: Transportation and assistive devices (think especially about children, pets, the elderly, people with disabilities).
Cars: Gas - fill up your tank and, if you can/as needed, get extra that is transported in an actual gas can used correctly and not a random other container. Window breakeseatbelt cutter.
Charging: Make sure your batteries and electronics are fully charged.
Check your smoke detector and carbon monoxide detector batteries!
Watch out for downed power lines. Never assume it is dead. Avoid it.
Assume floodwaters are deeper than they look. Turn around, don't drown.
If your home floods and you need to go up, head for the roof. Keep an ax in your attic to get out that way if you need it.
Be aware of potential 911 delays.
Evacuate! If you can, check on people you know to see if they need help evacuating if you can offer it or put them in touch with someone who can.
Document, Document, Document
Bring it with you.
Store it in a plastic bag to they are together and stay dry.
House deed/rental agreement/lease.
Insurance information (home, car, renters, medical, flood).
Identification (ID card/driver's license, passport, Social Security card, marriage/birth certificates).
Take photographs of your home before you evacuate and when you return. Good documentation of the damage may help if you need to file an aid or insurance claim. This includes taking photos of both the outside and the inside of your home or business.
The Thurs-Fri megathread is here. The Sat-Sun megathread is here. This list is currently up to date. I'm keeping this updated daily with new information. Please note that I live in Japan, so I will be updating this list in the evenings, Miami-time. If you know anything I don't, please DM me or comment below! [Last Update: 03.19.2019 01:41] SPECIALS Denial Week PassWed March 27-Sun March 31 at The Shore Club Hotel, 1901 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $150 viaeventbrite.com EPIC Pool Parties Week PassTue March 26-Sun March 31 at Kimpton EPIC Hotel, 270 Biscayne Boulevard Way, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $150 viaeventbrite.com National Hotel Pool Party Week PassSat March 23-Sun March 31 at The National Hotel,1677 Collins Ave,Miami Beach. 21+. OFF SALE. Space Invader All-Access PassTue March 26-Mon April 1 at Space, 34 N 11th St., Miami. Tickets cost $300 viaresidentadvisor.net Surfcomber Pool Parties All-Week PassSat March 23-Sun March 31 at Kimpton Surfcomber Hotel, 1717 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $250 viaelectrostub.com Spinnin' Hotel 5-Day VIP PassWed March 27-Sun March 31 at Nautilus Hotel, 1825 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $150 viatixr.com WMC Delegate BadgeTue March 26-Thurs March 28. List of sanctioned events available atwintermusicconference.com. Badges cost cost $200 viaultraworldwide.net Trade All-Access PassWed March 27-Fri March 29 at Trade, 1677 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $99 viaelectrostub.com 3100 Illegal Access PassThurs March 27-Sun March 31 at 3100 Wynwood, 3100 NW 7th Ave., Miami. 18+. Tickets cost $200 viaresidentadvisor.net Treehouse PassTues March 26-Sun March 31 at Treehouse, 323 23rd St, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $160 viaeventbrite.com No. 3 Social PassThurs March 28-Sun March 31 at No.3 Social Roof Bar & Lounge, 50 NW 24th St. 21+. Tickets cost $80 viaresidentadvisor.net MONDAY MARCH 25 Strange BassWith Funk de la Cueva, MadSavvy, DB Cooper, Master Feathers, SomeJerk, DJ Knockers, KaraKter, Lady T, DJ Will, Smurfio, and Sum1. 8 p.m. Monday, March 25 at The Bridge, 4220 NW 7th Ave, Miami. Ages TBA. Tickets cost $4 viaeventbrite.com Keep it Deep MiamiWith Johnny D, Tommy Musto, Victor Simonelli, Ray Vasquez, Lee Farmer, and DJ Cuba . 8 p.m.-4 a.m. Monday, March 25 at Kill Your Idol, 222 Española Way, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $10 at the door. More info viaresidentadvisor.net Nugg & FriendsWith Gram Greene, Serious Jorge, Zapato, D. Asco, Qozmocat B2B Sipz, Oogie and Ramen Noodlez pres. The Stoner Chronicles, and Jandi. 10 p.m.-4 a.m. Monday, March 25 at Little Spati, 229 NE 65th Street, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $5 viaeventbrite.com Nitti Gritti & FriendsWith Nitti Gritti, Eliminate, Acraze, D3V B2B Throwdown, Deerock B2B HTPKT, Goon, and Lizzy Jane. More TBA. 11 p.m.-4 a.m. Monday, March 25 at The Hangar, 60 NE 11th St, Miami. 18+. Tickets cost $10 viaeventbrite.com. Tables available. BamboleoWith Hector Couto, Neverdogs, Hugo Bianco, Sebastian Ledher, Matteo Gatti, and Rafa Moros 11 p.m.-5 a.m. Monday, March 25 at Do Not Sit On The Furniture, 423 16th St, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $17 viaresidentadvisor.net TUESDAY MARCH 26 >Deorro & FriendsWith Will Sparks, Deorro, Hektor Mass, Henry Fong, and Shaun Frank. 11 p.m. Tuesday, March 26 at The Florida Room, 1685 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $20 viatixr.com >The Lizard x Arcadia NightWith Leandro Da Silva, Jose De Mara & Crusy, CID, Nicola Zucchi, Daddy's Groove, ASCO, Jp Candela, Les Castizos, Styline, Javi Reina, Cato Anaya, Lucky Vegas, Sansixto, Sevi Sanchez, JAG, and Frank Nitty. 7 p.m.-5 a.m. Tuesday, March 26 at Centro Wynwood, 299 W 23rd St, Miami. 21+. Tickets free with guest list registration viaeventbrite.it >Miami MassiveWith Lucas & Steve, Madison Mars, Daddy's Groove, Plastik Funk, Milk & Sugar, Mark Ursa, Abel Ramos, The Him, Dave Lambert, Angemi, Luca Testa, Jean Marie, Chris Garcia, The Frenchies, Robert Falcon, and Rodrigo Vieira. Noon-10 p.m. Tuesday, March 26 at Nikki Beach Miami, 1 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. Tickets cost $35-$55 viaeventbrite.com. Cabanas and daybeds available. >Coldharbour Recordings x Black Hole RecordingsWith Paul Oakenfold, Arkham Knights, Dave Neven, Grube & Hovsepian, and Nifra B2B Fisherman, and JES (vocals). More TBA.11 p.m.-5 a.m. Tuesday, March 26 at Rockwell, 743 Washington Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $20 viaeventbrite.com Tasty TuesdaysWith Disco Fries, Sir William, Dramos, Cream, DJ Unique, DJ D Russo, Malo, Boettcher Boy, Cole Pardi, B-Side, Spekter, Dante Saverio, and Andrea Benham. 11:00 a.m.-8 p.m. Tuesday, March 26 at Dream South Beach, 1111 Collin Ave., Miami Beach. Tickets cost $30-40 viaeventbrite.com tAKN pres. TENAXWith Derrick May, Marco Faraone B2B Radio Slave, Alex Neri, SIS, Luca Donzelli, Alex Vacc, Franc Adam, and VIKk. 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Tuesday, March 26 at Hyde Beach, 1701 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $20-$35 viaeventbrite.com Serafin & Friends Tuesday TakeoverWith Serafin, Plastik Funk, Romi Lux, Buck Rodgers, DJ Fresj, DJ Dani, B!tich Be Cool, Spindiana Jones, DJ Rambo, Tex Flex, Ryan Nathan, and Lawrence Apaga. Noon-8 p.m. Tuesday, March 26 at The Mondrian, 1100 West Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Free, more details atmiamimusicweek.com Detroit Love BoatWith Carl Craig B2B Luciano, Davide Squillace, Taimur, and Onur Ozur. 3 p.m.-9 p.m. Tuesday, March 26, at Biscayne Lady Yacht, 401 Biscayne Blvd., Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $125 viaresidentadvisor.net VillanoWith Jesse Calosso, Julia Govor, Jean Pierre, Chase X Cantillo, Cristhian Balcazar, and Body Language. 4 p.m.-midnight Tuesday, March 26, at The Rooftop @ The Langford, 121 SE 1 St., Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $20-$40 viaresidentadvisor.net Do Not Sit By The PoolWith Damian Lazarus, Behrouz, Francesca Lombardo, Matthias Meyer, Dee Montero, and Dude Skywalker. 4 p.m. Tuesday, March 26, at Delano Beach Club, 1685 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $35 viatixr.com Taco Taco TuesdayWith Bitonal, DJ Powell, Teknoise, djseanEboy, Zafari Dub, Young Bad Twinz, Chris Azure, Skymate, Patrick D, Silvio Rodrigues, Ben A, and Vedic. 4 p.m.-9 p.m. Tuesday, March 26 at The Catalina, 1732 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 18+. Free event. More info viamiamimusicweek.com Kings of HouseWith Louie Vega B2B David Morales. 5 p.m.-11 p.m. Tuesday, March 26 at Kimpton EPIC Hotel, 270 Biscayne Boulevard Way, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $40 viaeventbrite.com The Blu PartyWith wAFF, Fur Coat, Serge Devant, Sydney Blu, Cocodrills, Seb Zito, Ben Finx & JBZ, and Kristen Knight. 5 p.m.-3 a.m. Tuesday, March 26 Cafeina Wynwood Lounge, 297 NW 23rd St, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $25 viaresidentadvisor.net Lapsus Music 10 YearsWith Roger Sanchez, Hector Couto, Supernova, Dario D'Attis, CASSIMM, Mirko Di Florio, Kristen Knight, Ivano Bellini, and Nelson Diaz. 5 p.m.-3 a.m. Tuesday, March 26 at Barter Wynwood, 255 NW 27th Ter., Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $20 viaeventbrite.it Tropical MetalWith Rebolledo and Macccabi. 8 p.m.-11 p.m. Tuesday, March 26 at Broken Shaker at Freehand Miami, 2727 Indian Creek Dr, Miami Beach. Ages TBA. Free w/ RSVP viaeventbrite.com DissidentWith Abstrakt.Digital, Doc Brown, Noel Sanger, 2 Tall Keith, Shayne Pilpel, Jason Dunne, Jose Mata, Bruno Oloviani, Journeydeep, and DJ Egha. 9 p.m. Tuesday, March 26 at Kill Your Idol, 222 Española Way, Miami Beach. 21+. Ticket cost and outlet TBA viafacebook.com Zip CodesWith KC Gilmore, Egzod, Shndo, Lvndo, Moon Rush, Too Kind, Synymata, Acraze, GLD, Gawm, HiGuys, and Rated-R. 9 p.m.-2 a.m. Tuesday, March 26 at Centro Wynwood, 299 W 23rd St, Miami. Ages TBA. More info viafacebook.com DublineWith Emalkay, Hatcha, Shiverz, and Audigy. More TBA. 9 p.m.-5 a.m. Tuesday, March 26 at SQL, 30 NE 14th St., Miami. 18+. Tickets cost $20 viaeventbrite.com Protocol: Noexcuse Records ShowcaseWith Yaya, Caleb Calloway, Eskuche, Alan Nieves, Metaphizix, and Guymac. 9 p.m.-3 a.m. Tuesday, March 26 at Gramps, 176 NW 24th St., Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $10 viaresidentadvisor.net Loud LuxuryWith Loud Luxury, Riggi & Piros, Chantel Jeffries, and Hugel. 10 p.m. Tuesday, March 26 at E11EVEN, 29 NE 11th St, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $20-$30 viatixr.com. Tables available. We're Never Going HomeWith Bryan Lubliner, Dean Mason, Doc Brown, Scotty Boy, and Sir William. 10 p.m.-4 a.m. Tuesday, March 26 at Red Room, 1901 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $20 viaeventbrite.com CUFFWith Amine Edge & Dance , Clyde P, Dj Sneak, Hector Couto, Jesse Perez, Leftwing: Kody, Mason Collective, Max Chapman, Second City, and Tim Baresko. 11 p.m.-5 a.m. Tuesday, March 26 at Treehouse, 323 23rd St, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $10 viaeventbrite.com Observe MiamiWith Truncate, Drumcell, Oktaform, Deraout, Allan Gallego, and alien35e. 10 p.m.-4 a.m. Tuesday, March 26 at 1306 Miami, 1306 N Miami Ave, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $25-$30 viaresidentadvisor.net The SelectorsWith Onur Ozer, Taimur, and Desyn. 10 p.m.-4 a.m. Tuesday, March 26 at Electric Pickle, 2826 N. Miami Ave; Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $10 viaresidentadvisor.net ATLiens SpacecultWith ATLiens, Dirty Audio, Jayceeoh, JSTJR, Lil Texas B2B Mineweepa, Yakz B2B Somnium Sound, Hype Turner B2B Clips x Ahoy, and Throwdown. More TBA. 10 p.m.-4 a.m. Tuesday, March 26 at at The Hangar, 60 NE 11th St, Miami. 18+. Tickets cost $20 viaeventbrite.com. Tables available. Ten Years of Little HelpersWith Alexi Delano, Butane, Archila, and TONS. More TBA. 10 p.m.-5 a.m. Tuesday, March 26 at Do Not Sit On The Furniture, 423 16th St, Miami Beach. Ages TBA. Tickets cost $15 viaresidentadvisor.net Firebeatz and FriendsWith Firebeatz, Chocolate Puma, Moksi, and Sikdope. More TBA.11 p.m.-5 a.m. Tuesday, March 26 at Mokai Lounge, 235 23rd St., Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $25 viaeventbrite.com. Tables available. Damian LazarusWith Damien Lazarus and Salome + GAD. 11 p.m. Tuesday, March 26 at Wall, 2201 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. Tickets cost $40 viatablelist.com. Tables available. Massive Music 1.0With Andrea Ferratti, Mary Amado, Nono Belune, Marcella Franko, Amir Taret, Wasabi, and Geeh. Time TBA. Tuesday, March 26 at El Patio Wynwood, 167 Northwest 23rd St., Miami. Ages TBA. More info viafacebook.com WEDNESDAY MARCH 27 >Dimitri Vegas & Like MikeWith Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Bassjackers, Lost Frequencies, Cheat Codes, Brody Jenner, Gianluca Vacchi, Hugel, Matt Medved, and Regi. More TBA. Noon-11 p.m. Wednesday, March 27 at Hyde Beach, 1701 Collins Ave,Miami Beach.21+. Tickets cost $100-$125 viatixr.com. Tables available. >DJ Mag Pool PartyWith Don Diablo, ALOK, Nicky Romero, Dennis Ferrer, DJ Tennis, Magdalena, and tINI. More TBA. Noon-11 p.m. Wednesday, March 27 at Kimpton Surfcomber Hotel,1717 Collins Ave,Miami Beach.21+. Tickets cost $40 viaelectrostub.com. Tables available. >Spinnin' SessionsWith ALOK, Bingo Players, Bassjackers, Lucas & Steve, Mesto, and The Him. More TBA. Noon-11 p.m. Wednesday, March 27 at The Nautilus Hotel, 1825 Collins Ave,Miami Beach.21+. Tickets cost $35-$55 viatixr.com >Dim Mak MiamiWith Steve Aoki, Slushii, 4B, Henry Fong, Tisoki, Max Styler, Bok Nero, and KenDoll. 8 p.m.-3 a.m. Wednesday, March 27 at Mana Wynwood, 318 NW 23rd St, Miami. 18+. Tickets cost $30 viatixr.com >Steve AokiWith Steve Aoki and ALOK. 11 p.m. Wednesday, March 27 at Story, 136 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $50 viatixr.com >Chocolate Puma pres. A Journey Through HouseWith Chocolate Puma, Carta, Malone, Matroda, and Plastik Funk. 10 p.m.-4 a.m. Wednesday, March 27 at Red Room, 1901 Collins Ave, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $25 viaeventbrite.com. Tables available. >Aly & Fila Open to CloseWith Aly & Fila. 10 p.m.-5 a.m. Wednesday, March 27 at Barter Wynwood, 255 NW 27th Ter., Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $25 viaeventbrite.com. Tables available. >Drumcode MiamiWith Adam Beyer, ANNA, Bart Skills, Dubfire, Enrico Sangiuliano, Layton Giordani, Marco Faraone, Victor Calderone, Wehhba, Petre Inspirescu, and Ion Ludwig. More TBA. 11 p.m.-6 p.m. Wednesday, March 27 at Space, 34 N 11th St., Miami. Tickets cost $50-$80 viaresidentadvisor.net >Cedric GervaisWith Cedric Gervais, Offaiah, Aston Lane, and Raffi. 11 p.m. Wednesday, March 27 at LIV, 4441 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $40 viatixr.com. Tables available. >DJ Mag pres. Good Times AheadWith Deorro, Benny Benassi, GTA, Laidback Luke, 2Wasted, Ares Carter, Corsak, Hanabi, Mad Fox, Raiden, and S2. More TBA. 10 p.m. Wednesday, March 27 at E11EVEN, 29 NE 11th St, Miami. 21+. Tickets CURRENTLY OFF SALE. Tables available. >Do Not SleepWith Carl Craig, Danny Tenaglia, Darius Syrossian, Davide Squillace, Emanuel Satie, Luigi Madonna, Luca Donzelli, Steve Lawler, Jonathan Cowan, Jamie Roy, and wAFF. More TBA. Noon-11 p.m. Wednesday, March 27 at Kimpton EPIC Hotel, 270 Biscayne Boulevard Way, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $40 viaeventbrite.com >Anthony Attalla pres. IncorrectWith Steve Lawler, Anthony Attalla, Dosem, Max Chapman and Pirupa. 10 p.m.-5 a.m. Wednesday, March 27 at Barter Wynwood, 255 NW 27th Ter., Miami. 21+ Tickets cost $20 viaeventbrite.com. Tables available. >Heartfeldt Pool PartyWith Sam Feldt, Loud Luxury, Anton Powers, Bender, EDX, GoldFish, Hook N Sling, Shaun Frank, and Throttle. More TBA. 1 p.m.-11 p.m. Wednesday, March 27 at Shore Club Hotel, 1901 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $35-$45 viaeventbrite.com >Hot Creations pres.With Erick Morillo, Jamie Jones, David Berrie, Silent Addy, and Disco Neil. More TBA. 10 p.m. Wednesday, March 27 at Basement, 2901 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $150 viatixr.com. Tables available. Deeperfect B2B DescendWith Stefano Noferini B2B Leonardo Gonnelli, Cuartero B2B Nathan Barato, ALX B2B Oscar L, Hector Couto B2B Mathias Kaden, Seb Zito B2B De La Swing, Carabetta & Doons, and Bryan Estefani B2B Rod B. Noon-11 p.m. Wednesday, March 27 at The National Hotel,1677 Collins Ave,Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $30-$40 viaelectrostub.com Rituals Miami Pool PartyWith Dabura, Soul Goodman, RJ Pickens, Derek Specs, George Vidal, Jose Matos, Alex Kislov B2B Arvii Mala, and Francesco e Marcello. More TBA. Noon-8 p.m. Wednesday, March 27 at Intercontinental Hotel and Pool Deck, 100 Chopin Pz, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $10 viathebloxoffice.com Fisher pres. Catch & ReleaseWith Fisher, Del-30, Eli Brown, Martin Ikin, Mason Maynard, and Mele. More TBA. Noon. Wednesday, March 27 at Delano Beach Club, 1685 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $80-$90 viatixr.com SubTek pres. Carolina TakeoverWith Billy Blaze, J Costea, Kooldown, Omari Nkosi, Marcel the Lion, and Matt Knight. Noon-6 p.m. Wednesday, March 27 at The Catalina, 1732 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 18+. Free event. More info viamiamimusicweek.com La Maison FrançaiseWith Arno Cost, Barbara Tucker, Francis Mercier, KC Lights, Michael Canitrot, Nico De Andrea, Ron Carroll, Sirus Hood, Vincent Daubas, and Yass. Noon-9 p.m. Wednesday, March 27 at 1-800-LUCKY, 143 NW 23rd St, Miami. 18+. Free event. More info viamiamimusicweek.com Mas VidaLineup TBA. Noon-5 a.m. Wednesday, March 27 at GALE South Beach, 1690 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. Ages TBA. Tickets cost $45 viaeventbrite.com Paraiso MiamiWith Seth Lowery, 2 Idiotz, Drezlo, Aaron Hensley, and Trizzoh. More TBA. 1 p.m.-11 p.m. Wednesday, March 27 at Taco Taco South Beach, 1720 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. Ages TBA. Free event. More info viafacebook.com Go Deeva Records, Dvina & Terrace Afterhours pres.With Simone Vitullo B2B Dario D'Attis, Piero Pirupa, Djuma Soundsystem, David Aurel B2B Piem, Archila B2B Brett Rubin, Brando B2B Chris Venola, Chris Garcia B2B Monoky, The Kimonos, Cales & Mr Hyde B2B George Vidal B2B Alain Lopez.1 p.m.-10 p.m. Wednesday, March 27 at W Hotel Miami, 485 Brickell Ave, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $25 viaeventbrite.com. Tables available. Never Get Out of the BoatWith Hernan Cattaneo B2B Nick Warren. 3 p.m.-9 p.m. Wednesday, March 27, at Biscayne Lady Yacht, 401 Biscayne Blvd., Miami. 21+. Ticket price TBA. Early Bird only available via promoter e-mail at [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) or call 1-786-201-0029. General on-sale date TBA atresidentadvisor.net Fattie MiamiWith Alexander Orue, Truth n Lies, Eran Hersh, Carrillo, Rhythmdb, Broz Rodriguez, Charlie Roennez, DISKOPRETTY, Robert Blues, Teo Mandrelli, DJ DIAGA, Pedro Parrado, DJ Louis Ollino. 4 p.m.-Midnight. Wednesday, March 27, The Clevelander Hotel, 1020 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach. 21+. Free w/ RSVP viaeventbrite.com Paradigm Sunset CruiseWith Guy Gerber and DJ Tennis. 5 p.m. Wednesday, March 27, Musette Yacht, 1635 N. Bayshore Dr., Miami. Ages TBA. Tickets cost $85 viaticketfly.com EndangeredWith Brian Cid, Justin Marchacos, m.O.N.R.O.E. B2B Adisyn, Kike Roldan, Gustin, and Juan Pablo Torrez. 5 p.m.-5 a.m. Wednesday, March 27, Thrift Shop MIA, 28 NE 14th St, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $15 viaresidentadvisor.net DJ Val pres. 45 Years Behind the Decks TourWith DJ Val, Tracy Young, Dark Intensity, DJ Georgie Porgie, Miss Luna, DJ Bob Kechter, and Akadrian. 6 p.m.-Midnight Wednesday, March 27, The Catalina, 1732 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 18+. Free event. More info viamiamimusicweek.com Selina x WMCWith Gilles Peterson, DJ Jigue, and Acido Pantera. 6 p.m.-Midnight Wednesday, March 27 at Selina Brawlers, 2819 NW, 2nd Ave, Miami. 18+. Free w/ RSVP viaresidentadvisor.net Mixmag LAB MiamiWith ANNA, DJ Pierre, and Jonny from Space. 6 p.m.-10 p.m. Wednesday, March 27 at Faena Bazaar Rooftop, 3400 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Free w/ RSVP viasplashthat.com HoTL MiamiWith David Tort, Markem, Robbie Rivera, The Cube Guys, Tom Stephan, Milk & Sugar, Piem, Les Castizos, Charlie Hedges, Cato Anaya, Agent Greg, Lawrence Casal, and Alan T. 7 p.m.-4 a.m. Wednesday, March 27 at El Patio Wynwood, 167 Northwest 23rd St., Miami. Ages TBA. Tickets $10 viaeventbrite.com. Tables available. Deep Sugar & Gotsoul pres. Ultranate's Rooftop Birthday BashWith Ultra Nate, Jojo Flores, DJ Lisa Moody, and Bruce Bayne. 7 p.m.-4 a.m. Wednesday, March 27 at No.3 Social Roof Bar & Lounge, 50 NW 24th St. Ages TBA. Tickets cost $20 viaeventbrite.com Asco pres. Red SessionLineup TBA. 7 p.m.-3 a.m. Wednesday, March 27 at Racket, 150 Northwest 24th St, Miami. 21+. Free event with RSVP viaeventbrite.com Seeing SoundsWith Rey King, Steffy Boom, Charlee Brqavo, Los Brigados, Lil Onstar, Johny Tiger, Steezy Berg, Sekani, LaFlare Presley, Lotto Money, and CoolieBoiFresh. 7 p.m.-10 p.m. Wednesday, March 27 at Churchill's Pub, 5501 NE 2nd Ave, Miami. 18+. Tickets cost $10 viaeventbrite.com DVINE Sounds Does MiamiWith Amine Edge & Dance B2BC lyde P, Sam Divine, Hatcha, Angelo Ferreri & Moon Rocket, Jess Bays, Kristen Knight, Tom Da Lips, Alex Preston, and Josh Parkinson. 8 p.m.-3 a.m. Wednesday, March 27 at The Rooftop @ The Langford, 121 SE 1 St., Miami. Ages TBA. Tickets cost $12.60 viaeventbrite.com TransmissionWith Lara Klart B2B Jay Toledo, Rita Valenti, Marvin R. Delgado, Patrick Walsh, YeshaYaho, and Baritone-DJs. 8 p.m.-2 a.m. Wednesday, March 27 at The Arsenale, 4141 NE 2nd Ave, Miami. Ages TBA. Tickets cost $10 viaeventbrite.com Doorly pres. Reptile DysfunctionWith Monki. More TBA. 9 p.m.-5 a.m. Wednesday, March 27 at Gramps, 176 NW 24th St., Miami. 21+ Tickets cost $30 viaresidentadvisor.net Sounds of the UndergroundDaily lineup TBA. With Agent Orange, Amy dB, Anthony Attalla, Balthazar & JackRock, Christian Smith, Darin Epsilon, DJ Sneak, Kaiserdisco, Stacey Pullen, OC & Verde, Kaiser Souzai, Quivver, Jody Wisternoff, Jerome Isma-Ae, Matan Caspi B2B Stan Kolev, Crowd control B2B Jasón Rault, Decotrax, Doug Jackson, Freak The Disco, Jimbo B2B The Audio Manipulator, Luke Hunter B2B Yosef Dov, Mark Salner B2B Ornery, and R.S Bidmon. More TBA. 9 p.m.-5 a.m. Wednesday, March 27 at Mansion, 1235 Washington Ave, Miami Beach. 21+ Tickets cost $50 for 1 day and $75 for 2 days. On sale date and outlet TBA viaresidentadvisor.net SweeeetWith Dennis Ferrer, DJ Pierre, DJ Sneak, Sirus Hood, Love & Logic, Devon James, and O.Diggs. 9 p.m.-5 a.m. Wednesday, March 27 at Do Not Sit on the Furniture, 423 16th St., Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $20 viaresidentadvisor.net Saymyname All-Stars 2019With Saymyname, Dirty Audio, JSTJR, Nitti Gritty, and Rawtek. More TBA. 10 p.m. Wednesday, March 27 at C&L Warehouse, 2400 NW 5th Ave, Miami. 18+. Tickets cost $15 viatixr.com Behrouz & FriendsWith Audiofly, Behrouz, Holmar, Mia Lucci, and WhoMadeWho. 10 p.m. Wednesday, March 27 at 1-800-LUCKY, 143 NW 23rd St, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $15 viaresidentadvisor.net Detroit, House of TechnoWith Omar S. and Ataxia. 10 p.m.-5 a.m. Wednesday, March 27 at Electric Pickle, 2826 N. Miami Ave; Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $15 viaresidentadvisor.net GettyLineup TBA. 10 p.m.-3 a.m. Wednesday, March 27 at Centro Wynwood, 299 W 23rd St, Miami. Ages TBA. Tickets free w/ RSVP viaeventbrite.com Ghastly pres. RitualWith Ghastly, Habstrakt, Sikdope, Moksi, and Blanke. More TBA. 10 p.m.-2:30 a.m. Wednesday, March 27 at The Hangar, 60 NE 11th St, Miami. 18+. Tickets cost $25 viaeventbrite.com. Tables available. Humans Alike OpeningWith Luciano, Marco Faraone, Neverdogs, Brina Knauss, Vanjee, Tony Guerra, and Miguelle. 10 p.m. Wednesday, March 27 at Factory, 55 NE 24th St., Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $30-$40 viaelectrostub.com. Tables Available. Hungry PartyWith Joachim Pastor, Worakls, N'to, and Tegi. 10p.m. Wednesday, March 27 at Factory, 55 NE 24th St., Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $20-$30 viaelectrostub.com Universal Love Tribe ShowcaseWith Sleepy & Boo, Rabo & Traumata, Cales & Mr. Hyde, Ornery, Pierre de Beirut, Past Deep and Mark Salner. 10 p.m.-5 a.m. Wednesday, March 27 at Wynwood 5th Ave, 2451 Northwest 5 Ave, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $10 viaeventbrite.com What So Not & FriendsWith What So Not B2B TBA. 10 p.m.-5 a.m. Wednesday, March 27 at SQL, 30 NE 14th St., Miami. 18+. Tickets cost $20 viaticketweb.com KALUKIWith wAFF b2b TBA, Max Chapman b2b Pirate Copy, Leftwing: Kody and Chris Garcia b2b Pete Zorba. More TBA. 10 p.m. Wednesday, March 27 at Trade,1677 Collins Ave,Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $30-$40 viaelectrostub.com ConfessionsWith Justin Martin. More TBA. 10 p.m.-4 a.m. Wednesday, March 27 at W Hotel Miami, 485 Brickell Ave, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $20 viaresidentadvisor.net. Tables available. Zack Martino & Ship WrekWith Zack Martino, Ship Wrek, Eche Palante B2B KILO, and Deerock B2B HTPKT. 10 p.m.-5 a.m. Wednesday, March 27 at Racket, 150 NW 24th St, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $15 viaeventbrite.com Disciple Records TakeoverWith Barely Alive, Modestep, Eliminate, LUMBERJVCK, and Bandlez. More TBA. 10 p.m.-5 a.m. Wednesday, March 27 at 380 NE 59th St, 380 Northeast 59th St, Miami. Ages TBA. Tickets cost $30-$75 viaeventbrite.com Yotto pres. Odd One OutWith Yotto, Jonas Rathsman, and Desyn. 11 p.m.-5 a.m. Wednesday, March 27 at Treehouse, 323 23rd St, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $30 viaeventbrite.com Prisma Artists ShowcaseWith Axel Boma, Francesca Lombardo, Fur Coat, and Soul Clap. 11 p.m.-5 a.m. Wednesday, March 27 at Floyd, 34 NE 11th St, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $20 viaresidentadvisor.net Detroit Love (AFTERHOURS)With Carl Craig, Stacey Pullen, and Matthew Dear. 2:30 a.m.-9 a.m. Wednesday (night), March 27 at The Hanger, 60 NE 11th St, Miami. 18+. Tickets cost $20-$40 viaeventbrite.com. Tables available.
2018.03.12 00:12 PomaggioPackage delivered to parcel locker? Where is that exactly? Unsure how yo proceed. Ordered from Amazon while on vacations until Wednesday
Hello, i am on vacations until wednesday in Miami South Beach, im staying at a room in an apartment i rented by Airbnb. The owner told me there was no problem ordering from Amazon, just to try to be here when the package arrived because he is rarely here. I made a order on Amazon worth about $400, including a chromebook and some books. I made the order on thursday, and It was supposedly arriving today by 8pm. Everything was good until this morning, where a got some contrsdictory mails. The first mail said: "Hello Xx, Your item was delivered to a parcel locker at 11:38 am on March 11, 2018 in MIAMI BEACH, FL xxxxx (Zip Code). Tracking Number: 9361289677090179357094 " A Few minutes later, i got another mail saying: "Hello xx, Your package has a delivery exception. USPS was unable to deliver your item as of 11:42 am on March 11, 2018 in MIAMI BEACH, FL xxxxx. The address may be incorrect, incomplete, or illegible. Tracking Number: 9361289677090179357094 " I thought this might be because our apartment entrance is hard to find, its by an alleyway and not the front of the building, and many times the entrance is closed (so the mailman woudnt be able to access the building). And finally, i got another message similar to the first, at 12pm: "Hello Xx, Your item was delivered to a parcel locker at 11:43 am on March 11, 2018 in MIAMI BEACH, FL xxxxx. Tracking Number 9361289677090179357094 " So my question is, what now? How do i proceed? I asked the apartment owner, he said he will check if he recieved anything on the mail today when he is back from work, but to try Asking in the USPS Office nearby. But today is Sunday, the Office was closed. And i don't even understand where my package supposedly is, where is this "parcel locker". If the mailman somehow did get inside the building and left the package on a locker on the main floor, or if he left It at the USPS Office. And if so, how did he do It since the Office is closed, and what kind of info do i need to take Tomorrow to the Office to recieve my package. Also my phone only works with wifi since i don't have a line because im on vacations. So what should i do now? Thanks for reading so far! Im kind of Lost. Also, if i clic on tracking, It says that the package was delivered to a parcel locker in Miami. Edit: added the tracking number
2018.02.22 15:53 mjpistMiami Music Week Event Schedule - Mon-Thurs [UPDATED]
Due to maxing out the Reddit character limit on the original megapost, I have broken the MMW event list into two separate lists. The Fri-Sun event schedule is posted HERE. This list is currently up to date. I'm keeping this updated daily with new information. If you know anything I don't, please DM me or comment below! [Last Update: 03.12.18, 16:09] SPECIALS Surfcomber All-access PassSat March 17-Sun March 25 at The Surfcomber, 1717 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $175 electrostub.com Trade All-access PassMon-Sun at Trade, 1439 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. 21+. Passes cost $50 via residentadvisor.net Denial All-access PassTues-Sat. Includes: Tues: Coldharbour x Black Hole Recordings, Wed: Trance on the Rooftop, Thurs: Above & Beyond VIP Tables, Fri: Cosmic Gate, Sat: Machinemade, Sun: Eric Morillo. Tickets cost $200 via eventbrite.com Spinnin' Hotel All-access VIP PassWed-Sun at The Nautilus Hotel, 1825 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $250 via tixr.com Monday March 19 Miami Massive Day 1With Adam De Great, Crazibiza, Dave Lambert, Eddiy Pay, Erik Hagelton, Madison Mars, Mark Ursa, MN 10, Plastik Funk, Presskit, Rodrigo Viera, and Tommyboy. Noon-10 p.m. Monday, March 19, at Nikki Beach, 1 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $20-$25 via eventbrite.com, or free with purchase of Day 2 ticket. Daybeds and Cabanas available. Behrouz & Friends Pool Party.With Behrouz, Holmar, Nico Stojan, Serge Devant, Brian Cid, ALX, Alan Epps, Azhari, Bryant Jensen, and MIICHII. 2 p.m.-11 p.m. Monday, March 19, at National Hotel, 1677 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. 21+. Entry before 4 p.m. ONLY. Tickets cost $25 via electrostub.com 100% JC.With Joseph Capriati. 11 p.m.-5 a.m. Monday, March 19, at Trade, 1439 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $25 via residentadvisor.net Tuesday March 20 >Firebeatz & Friends.With Firebeatz, Deorro, Breathe Carolina, Chocolate Puma, D.O.D, Lucas & Steve, Madison Mars, Mike Cervello, and Yves V. 11 p.m. Tuesday, March 20, at FDR Delano, 1685 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $30 via tixr.com. Tables available. >Miami Massive Day 2With Abel Ramos b2b Albert Neve, Agent Greg, Antoine Claramaran, Audax, Daddy's Groove, Jean Marie, Joachim Garraud, Jude & Frank, Maskaroz, Raul Mendes, Sem Thomasson, Sophie Francis, Stephan M, Tocadisco, and Yez. Noon-10 p.m. Tuesday, March 20, at Nikki Beach, 1 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $35-$55 via eventbrite.com. Daybeds and Cabanas available. >Borgeous.With Borgeous, Breathe Carolina, Sick Individuals, and Jason Lema. 10 p.m.-5 a.m. Tuesday, March 20, at E11EVEN, 34 NE 11th St., Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $20-30 via tixr.com Tables Available. >Coldharbour x Black Hole Recordings.With Bobina, Dave Neven, Dim3nsion, Emma Hewitt, Grube & Hovsepian, Jam El Mar, and Nifra (more TBA). 10 p.m.-4 a.m. Tuesday, March 20, at Ora Nightclub, 2000 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $10 via eventbrite.com. Tables available. Universal Love TribeWith Playa del Karma, Cales & Mr. Hyde, Teknoize, Mark Salner, Demus Whisper, Kev O'Brien aka Raconteur, Weston Butler, and Jon Denby aka Sundance Kid (more TBA). 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Tuesday, March 20, at Wynwood Cafe, 450 NW 27th St, Miami. 18+. Free w/RSVP via eventbrite.com. Serafin & Friends pres. Tasty Tuesdays.With Blondie, B!tch Be Cool, Chalkzone, DJ B-Side, DJ Buck Rodgers, DJ Diggy Dutch, DJ Ease, DJ JB, DJ Romi Lux, DJ Serafin, Ryan Nathan, Sir William, and Trill Zilla. Noon -8 p.m. Tuesday, March 20, at The Dream Hotel, 1111 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $20 at the door. Black Lizard Beats.With Leandro Da Silva, Asco, Cfast, Jude & Frank, Styline, Dean Mason, Malone, Markem, Les Castizos, Raul Mendes, Kanu, Camarda, Al Sharif, and Stilo Mancia (more TBA). 4 p.m.-midnight, Tuesday, March 20, at The Langford Hotel Rooftop,121 SE 1st St, Miami. 21+. Tickets FREE w/ RSVP via eventbrite.com Nora En Pure pres. Purified.With Nora En Pure, Autograf, Croatia Squad, Doorly, Huxley, Mat.Joe, Siege, and Sons of Maria. 5 p.m. Tuesday, March 20, at The Delano Beach Club, 1685 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $25-$35 via tixr.com. Tables and Cabanas available. I'm a House Gangster BBQ.With DJ Sneak, Oscar G, Doc Martin, Paul Johnson, Jesse Perez, Doorly, Hatcha, Destrada, Designerz, Sex Sells, Lupe Fuentes, and Juan Basshead.. 5 p.m. Tuesday, March 20, at SQL Lounge, 30 E 14th St., Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $10 via residentadvisor.net. Little Helpers.With Andrew Rasse aka Butane (more TBA). 6 p.m.-4 a.m. Tuesday, March 20, at The Dirty Rabbit, 151 NW 24th St., Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $15-$25 via eventbrite.com. Vices Music Showcase.With Javi Reina, Abel Ramos x Albert Neve, Antonie Clamaran, Jude & Frank, DJ Dep, Chaka & Marty, Manu Desrets, Martin Huergo, DJ Mara, Mr. Blackness, Max Antone & Duel, and Orlando Adrianza. 7 p.m.-4 am. Tuesday, March 20, at Wynwood 5th Ave, 2451 Northwest 5th Ave, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $10 via eventbrite.com. RED Gallery Lounge + Gallery Kid opening event.Lineup TBA. 7 p.m.-11 p.m.. Tuesday, March 20, at RED Digital Cinema, 72 NW 25th St., Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $25 via eventbrite.com. MNTRA pres. Techno Taco Tuesday.With Piero Pirupa, Supernova, Doc Martin, Joeski, and De La Swing. 8 p.m.-4 a.m. Tuesday, March 20, at 1306 Event Space, 1306 North Miami Ave., Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $15 via residentadvisor.com. Exit 32 Recordings Showcase.With Oscar Mula, Alex Fogo, Alixander Raczkowski, Dennes Deen, Eskuche, Federico Mancini, Mark Boson, Maroglio.Jay, Mr. Tork'o, Nu Sky, Steve Amoroso, and Willo. 8 p.m.-5 a.m. Tuesday, March 20, at Kill Your Idol, 222 Espanola Way, Miami Beach. 21+. Free. RSVPs SOLD OUT recur.With Bondax, Santiago Caballero, and Pirate Stereo. 10 p.m.-5 a.m. Tuesday, March 20, at Floyd, 29 NE 11th St., Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $20 via ticketfly.com. TRANSITWith Tocayo, Dakap and Kaïell. 10 p.m.-5 a.m. Tuesday, March 20, at Drinkhouse Fire & Ice Bar, 1672 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. 21+. FREE w/ RSVP via eventbrite.com. Mayan Warrior.With Holmar, Dramian, Concret, and Mandrake. Time TBA. Tuesday, March 20, at Basement, 2901 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. 21+. Ticket point of sale TBA. Beats, Bao, & Ramen.With Junior Sanchez, DJ Sneak, Harry Romero, Harvard Bass, Blaqwell, Braavos, Ant Larock, and Sted-E & Hybrid Heights. 10 p.m.-5 a.m. Tuesday, March 20, at Habitat at the 1 Hotel, 2395 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. 21+. Facebook Event via facebook.com. ReSolute & Un_mute.With Priku and Orazio. 10 p.m.-5 a.m. Tuesday, March 20, at Electric Pickle, 2826 N Miami Ave., Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $20 via residentadvisor.net. Mau5trap Showcase.With BlackGummy b2b NoMana, ATTLAS b2b Eekkoo, Rinzen b2b Monstergetdown, Heyz b2b Electrocado, Notaker, and Rhett. 10 p.m.-5 a.m. Tuesday, March 20, at Treehouse Miami, 323 NW 23rd St., Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $20 via eventbrite.com. Do Not Sit On Miami Music Week.With Viken Arman, Hoj and Gab Rhome. 10 p.m.-5 a.m. Tuesday, March 20, at Do Not Sit on the Furniture, 423 16th St., Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $15 via residentadvisor.net. DCR: Untitled.With M4MEX, Entropica, Veronika River, and Romea Music. 11 p.m.-3 a.m. Tuesday, March 20, at SLS South Beach, 1701 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 18+. Tickets cost $20, point of sale TBA. Mindshake ShowcaseWith Paco Osuna b2b Carlo Lio, Stacey Pullen, and Cocodrills. 11:00 p.m.-5:00 a.m. Tuesday, March 20, at Trade, 1439 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $25 via residentadvisor.net The Modern Love AffairWith Damian Lazarus and Lee Burridge. 11 p.m. Tuesday, March 20, at Wall Lounge, 2201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $40 via tablelist.com. Tables available. Wednesday March 21 >Heldeep vs Monstercat.With Oliver Heldens, SNBRN, San Holo, Droeloe, Throttle, Afsheen B2B Zonderling, Robotaki, and Myrne B2B Grant (more TBA). 7:00 p.m.-3:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, Soho Studios, 2136 NW 1st Ave, Miami. 18+. Tickets cost $35 via ticketfly.com >DJ Mag Pool Sessions.With Alan Walker, The Black Madonna, Camelphat, Claptone, Ellen Allien, Fedde Le Grande, Lost Frequencies, Mat.Joe, and Yotto (More TBA). Noon-11:00 p.m. Wednesday, March 21, at The Surfcomber Hotel, 1717 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $30-$45 via electrostub.com. Ticket 4-pack and tables available. >Spinnin' Sessions.With Deorro, Bassjackers, Breathe Carolina, Lucas & Steve, Mike Williams, Sophie Francis, and Ummet Ozcan. Wednesday, March 21, at The Nautilus Hotel, 1825 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $60 via tixr.com. Daybeds and Cabanas available. >Aly & Fila Open-to-Close.With Aly & Fila. 11:00 p.m.-5:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, Club Heart Basement, 30 NE 11th ST, Miami. 18+. Tickets cost $45-$50 via heartnightclub.com. Tables Available. >Thomas Jack & Claptone Beach PartyWith Thomas Jack, Claptone, and Yotto (more TBA). Noon-11 p.m. Wednesday, March 21, at 1 Hotel, 2341 Collins Ave, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $20-$30 via tixr.com >MORE HYTE MiamiWith Benny Rodrigues, Caleb Calloway, Chris Liebing, Danny Tenaglia, Guti (live), Josh Wink, Loco Dice, Pan-Pot, Peggy Gou, and Yata. 11:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Space, 34 NE 11th St., Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $30-$50 via residentadvisor.net >Marco CarolaWith Marco Carola and Lauren Lane. 11:00 p.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Wall, 2201 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $40 via tablelist.com. >Hot Creations.With Jamie Jones and Lee Foss. Time TBA. Wednesday, March 21, at Basement, 2901 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. 21+. Ticket point of sale TBA. >Markus Schulz and Sander Van Doorn present...With Markus Schulz pres. Dakota, Sander van Doorn pres. Purple Haze, Sold Stone, and David Gravell. 10:00 p.m.-4:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, at W Hotel, 485 Brickell Ave, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $35 via eventbrite.com >Cedric Gervais.With Cedric Gervais and Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano. 11 p.m. Wednesday, March 21, at LIV Nightclub, 4441 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $50 via tixr.com. Luciano.With Luciano, Tiga, Camelphat, and Serge Devant. Noon. Wednesday, March 21, at Hyde Beach, 1701 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $55-$80 via tixr.com Tables and Cabanas available. Soul Deep Pool Party.With George Acosta, Exodus, Kiki Doll, Luca Debonaire, Tocadisco, Wolf Story, Ivano Bellini, Jenny Disko, JD Powell, Keith Christopher, Silvio Rodrigues, and Skymate. Noon-7 p.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Gates Hotel, 1 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach. 21+. FREE w/ RSVP via eventbrite.com Axtone Miami.With Axwell, Antoine Delvig, Bob Sinclar, CID, Dirty South, D.O.D, Kryder, Matisse & Sadko, Moguai, Shapov, and Tom Staar. Noon. Wednesday, March 21, at The Delano, 1685 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $75-$120 via tixr.com HotBoi Records vs. The Barbershop.With Amtrac, Carabetta & Doons, Huxley b2b Josh Butler, Mikey Lion, Option4, Will Clarke, Brox, Devon James b2b Max Sprauer, Faren Strnad, and Sleepy & Boo (more TBA). Noon-10 p.m. Wednesday, March 21, at The Cape at Townhouse Hotel, 150 20th St., Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets FREE via eventbrite.com FORM Music.With Lauren Lane, M.A.N.D.Y., Oxia, and Popof. Noon-10 p.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Nikki Beach, 1 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $15 via residentadvisor.net Descend Showcase.With Victor Calderone, Art Department, Amelie Lens, DETLEF, ALX, Elio Riso, and Carabetta & Doons, Niklas Stadler, and Bryan Estefani (more TBA). 1 p.m.-11 p.m. Wednesday, March 21, at National Hotel, 1677 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. Ages 21+. Tickets cost $35-$50 via electrostub.com. Never Get Out of the Boat.With Hernan Cattaneo and Nick Warren. 3:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Biscayne Lady Yacht, 401 Biscayne Blvd., Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $165, Early Bird only available via promoter e-mail at [email protected] or call 1-786-201-0029. General on-sale date TBA at wantickets.com Electronic Groove Live Sessions.With DAVI, Brian Cid, Kike Roldan b2b Damian, Gil Montiel, Alice Iguchi, Nii Tei, and Marco Vinelli. 3:00 p.m.-3:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, at The Dirty Rabbit, 151 NW 24th St., Miami. 21+. FREE w/ RSVP via eventbrite.com Bad Dog Records Showcase.With CRZY, Jordan Sanchez, Paul E, Takshak, and Tom Teknik. 5 p.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Shots, 311 NW 23rd St, Miami. 21+. Free w/ RSVP via eventbrite.com House Stars.With The Cube Guys, Victor Simonelli, Joe Smooth, Plastik Funk, Gary Caos, Charlie Roennez, Michelle Grant, Nello Simioli, Mark Main, Bryan Peroni, Aloona, Viktor Martini Frank Master, Tsaho, Rocchi e Lupidi, Mike More, Letizia Brunetti, and Monika Kiss. 5 p.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Highbar at Dream Hotel, 1111 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Ticket point of sale TBA. Cocodrills & Golf Yacht Party.With Cocodrills, Golf Clap, Black A.M., Santino Bontempo, Mass Appeal, Andy Gresh B2B Blas Cordero, and Arvii Mala B2B Juju. 7:00 p.m.-midnight, Wednesday, March 21, at Sea Isle Marina, 1635 Bayfront Dr, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $50 via eventbrite.com Undr the Radr / EVE ShowcaseWith Undr the Radr (Roger Sanchez, DJ Sneak & Junior Sanchez, Huxley, Nova & Espinal, Saliva Commandos), and EVE (Kristen Knight, Lupe Fuentes, Miss Jennifer, Sydney Blu, Viviana Toscanini (more TBA)). EVE 3:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m., Undr the Radr 10:00 p.m.-3:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, at 1-800-LUCKY, 143 Northwest 23rd Street, Miami. 21+. Tickets Cost $10-$15 via residentadvisor.com HoTL MiamiWith David Tort, Markem, The Cube Guys, Antoine Clamaran, Albert Neve & Abel Ramos, Mara, Agent Greg, Les Castizos, Eiiri, Lawrence Casal, DJ Ruff, and Dehasse. 5:00 p.m.-3:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, at El Patio, 167 NW 23rd St, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $10 via eventbrite.com Doorly Presents... Reptile DysfunctionWith Grege Wilson, Butch, DJ Sneak, Doorly, Heidi Lawden, Will Renuart, Michael Briscoe, Justin Jay, Grant Grosky, Eric Holt, Jose Matos, Rick Trainor, and Freak the Disco (More TBA). 7 p.m.-5 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Electric Pickle, 2826 N. Miami Ave, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $20 via eventbrite.com Deep Sugar GotsoulWith Ultra Naté, Jojo Flores, Quentin Harris, Lisa Moody, Lil Ray, Bruce B, and Cristina Calamia. 8:00 p.m.-4:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, at No.3 Social Roof Bar & Lounge, 50 NW 24th St., Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $20 via eventbrite.com Prok - FitchWith Prok & Fitch. 9:00 p.m.-3:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Heart, 50 NE 11th St., Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $10. Ticket point of sale TBA. Flying Circus MiamiWith Audiofly b2b Francesca Lombardo, Davi, Chaim, and Matthew Dekay. 9:00 p.m.-5:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, at 1306 Event Space, 1306 N. Miami Ave., Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $15 via residentadvisor.net. Afro Acid & Speaker Box present...With Saeed Younan, Sydney Blu, DJ Viviana Toscanini, Love & Logic, Eskuche, Atomyard, Kora Noir, and Alex Lucas. 9 p.m.-5 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Drinkhouse Fire and Ice Bar, 1672 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $10 via residentadvisor.net. A Night with Serafin & FriendsWith Serafin (more TBA). 10:00 p.m.-5:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Foxhole, 1218 14th Ct, Miami Beach. 21+. Free. ReSolute & Un_muteWith Ion Ludwig, O.BEE, Sons Of Immigrants, Daniel Clausse, and Nova Duet. 10:00 p.m.-5:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Treehouse Miami, 323 23rd St., Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $20 via residentadvisor.net. Chocolate Puma in Denial.With Chocolate Puma, Malone, and Maj Ulbrand. 10:00 p.m.-4:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Doheny Room at Delano, 1685 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Free w/ RSVP via eventbrite.com. Yotto & FriendsWith Yotto, Christoph, and Clarian. 10:00 p.m.-5:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Do Not Sit on the Furniture, 423 16th St., Miami Beach. 21+. SOLD OUT. DiscipleWith 12th Planet B2B Virtual Riot, Jack Daniels, RickyxSan, Hatcha, Bailo B2B Havok Roth, and Myro (more TBA). 10:00 p.m. Wednesday, March 21, at The Hangar, 60 NE 11th St., Miami. 18+. Tickets cost $30 via electrostub.com. Progressive MastersWith Nick Warren, Guy Mantzur B2B Khen, Betoko, and Quivver (more TBA). 10:00 p.m.-5:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Trade, 1439 Washington Ave. Miami Beach. 21+. Ticket point of sale TBA via residentadvisor.com. Sounds of the UndergroundWith Eelke Kleijn, Guy Mantzur, Khen, Betoko, Quivver, Jason Rault, Doug Jackson, and Ivan Sandhas. 10:00 p.m.-5:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Trade, 1439 Washington Ave. Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $20 via residentadvisor.com. The Originator of House MusicWith Jesse Saundes, Sid Vaga, and Gato Mendez (more TBA). 10:00 p.m.-5:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Wynwood 5th Ave, 2451 NW 5th Ave. Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $15 via eventbrite.com. MMW at E11even.Lineup TBA. 10 p.m.-5 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, at E11EVEN, 34 NE 11th St., Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $20-30 via tixr.com. Incorrect Showcase.With Anthony Attalla, Stefano Noferini, CJ Jeff, De La Swing, Denney, Max Chapman, Pirupa, Prok&Fitch, Secondcity, and Simone Liberali. 11:00 p.m.-5:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, Club Heart Main Room, 30 NE 11th ST, Miami. 18+. Tickets cost $30-$40 via heartnightclub.com Nastia pres. Ellen Allien & Peggy GouWith Nastia, Ellen Allien and Peggy Gou. 11:00 p.m.-5:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Trade, 1439 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $15 via residentadvisor.net Dubfire pres. [SCI+TEC]With Amelie Lens, David Gtronic, Dubfire, Miss Kittin, and Sam Paganini. 11:00 p.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Heart, 50 NE 11th St.., Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $30-$40 via residentadvisor.net Space Yacht pres. SayMyName & FriendsWith SayMyName, Bailo, Blunts & Blondes, Dack Janiels, Gravedgr, Jayceeoh, Ricky Remedy, RickyxSan, and Skellism (more TBA). 11 p.m.-4 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, at C&L Warehouse, 2400 NW 5th Ave, Miami. 18+. Tickets cost $20 via tixr.com Art Department & FriendsWith Art Department, ANDHIM, Housekeeping, Serge Devant, and Vanjee. 11 p.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Ora Nightclub, Ora Nightclub, 2000 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $10 via electrostub.com. Thursday March 22 >Hardwell.With Hardwell, Mike Williams, and Kungs. 11 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at LIV Nightclub, 4441 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, Miami. 21+. Male GA SOLD OUT. Female tickets cost $125 via tixr.com. Tables available. >Armin Van Buuren.With Armin Van Buuren. Noon. Thursday, March 22, at Hyde Beach, 1701 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $175-$250 via tixr.com Tables and Cabanas available. >Marshmello.With Marshmello. 11 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at Story Nightclub, 136 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $90 via tixr.com >Dash Berlin.With Dash Berlin. 11 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at E11EVEN, 29 NE 11 street, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $60-$125 via tixr.com. >Area 10 Showcase.With Camelphat, Carabetta & Doons, KC Lights, Latmun, MK, Solardo, Will Clarke, and Diplo. 2:00 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at The National Hotel, 1677 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $45-$60 via electrostub.com >Above & Beyond: Common Ground Miami.With Above & Beyond, Seven Lions, Gabriel & Dresden, ALPHA 9 B2B Spencer Brown, and Jody Wisternoff B2B Luttrell. 10 p.m.-4 a.m. Thursday, March 22, at RC Cola Plant, 550 NW 24th St., Miami. 18+. Tickets cost $75 via tixr.com. Tables available. >House of Chill.With Kaskade, Above & Beyond, Autograf, and Lost Frequencies. 5 p.m.-8 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at Pao Terrace, 3201 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Invitation Only. >Mixmash Miami.With Laidback Luke, A-Trak, Blasterjaxx, Deorro, Jonas Blue, Mike Cervello, Moksi, Timmy TRumpet, Unity, and Zonderling. Noon-11:30 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at The Delano, 1685 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $100 via tixr.com Tables available. >Nexus LoungeWith Chocolate Puma, Breathe Carolina, Fedde Le Grand, Thomas Gold, Throttle, Disco Fries, Dante Klein, Fenix, Limelght, Jordano and Capretto, Andrew Marks, DJ Nurotic, DJ Your Honor, Joe Bermudez, and Dark Intensity (2-day event. Daily lineups not released). 1 p.m.-5 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at Drinkhouse Fire & Ice, 1672 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. FREE event. >NERVOWith NERVO and The Him. 11:00 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at Wall, 2201 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $70 via tablelist.com. >Young Gunz.With Breathe Carolina, D.O.D, Dubvision, Firebeatz, Jay Hardway, Kura, Maurice West, Mike Williams, Raiden, Sick Individuals, Carter Cruise, Corporate Slackrs, Halogen, Malone, Veniice, and Zav (more TBA). 1 p.m.-10 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at Shore Club, 1901 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. Ages TBA. Tickets cost $20 via eventbrite.com >Protocol Miami.With Nicky Romero, Breathe Carolina, D.O.D, Raiden, Disco Fries, Sunstars, and Antoine Delvig. 11 p.m.-5 a.m. Thursday, March 22, at Ora Nightclub, 2000 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $30 via residentadvisor.com >Daydream Pool Party.With Robbie Rivera, Tom Staar, Chocolate Puma, Lucas & Steve, Plastik Funk, Rebecca & Fiona, Agent Greg, Ray Costa, and Joseph Anthony b2b Carlos Pouso. 1 p.m.-10 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at Ora Nightclub, 2000 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $15 via eventbrite.com >Deadbeats Goes Off The Deep End.With Zeds Dead B2B Jauz, 12th Planet B2B Ghastly, Eprom B2B Zeke Beats, GG Magree B2B Ducky, and Mad Zach B2B Um... 10:00 p.m.-4:00 a.m Thursday, March 22, at Soho Studios, 2136 NW 1st Ave, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $40 via ticketfly.com >Robin Schulz & Friends.With Robin Schulz , Autograf, Clement Leroux, Goldroom, Justin Caruso, Shaun Frank, and The Him. Noon. Thursday, March 22, at The Nautilus Hotel, 1825 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $105 via tixr.com. Daybeds and Cabanas available. >All Gone Pete Tong.With Pete Tong B2B Damian Lazarus, Black Coffee B2B Virgil Abloh, Black Madonna B2B Honey Dijon, Tiga B2B Kölsch, Idris Elba B2B Doc Martin, B.Traits B2B La Fleur (more TBA). Noon-11:30 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at The Surfcomber, 1717 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $60-$75 via electrostub.com. Tables available. >Paradise in Space.With Jamie Jones, Nicole Boudaber, Art Department, Lee Foss, Patrick Topping, Stacey Pullen, Alan Fitzpatrick, Honey Dijon, Solardo, wAFF, DETLEF B2B Latmun, Nathan Barato, Lauren Lane, and Bontan. 11:00 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at Space, 34 NE 11th St., Miami. 21+. SOLD OUT. Proper XII.With Joe Nice (vinyl set), Evolve, The Reaper, Somejerk, and DB Cooper. 9 a.m.-5 a.m. Thursday, March 22, at Kill Your Idol, 222 Espanola Way, Miami Beach. 21+. Free Event. Facebook event facebook.com Sunsoaked Miami.With Kaskade (more TBA). Noon-11:30 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at 1 Hotel South Beach, 2341 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. SOLD OUT. Younan Music & Go Deeva Showcase.With Anthony Attalla, Archila, Donnie Lowe, Mario Ochoa, Oscar L, Pirupa, Saeed Younan, Simone Vitullo, and Uner (more TBA). Noon-10 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at Nikki Beach, 1 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $30 via eventbrite.com Psycho Disco! Showcase.With Todd Terry, DJ Pierre, Treasure Fingers, Codes, Golf Clap, Alexander Technique, Lupe Fuentes, Sly Turner b2b Westend, E.R.N.E.S.T.O. b2b Hunter Reid, Funk Manchu, Devon James b2b Will OB, and Aaron Lainez (more TBA). Noon-10 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at The Cape at Townhouse Hotel, 150 20th St., Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets FREE w/ RSVP eventbrite.com Rapture Festival.With Luciano, Guy Gerber, Chris Liebing, Art Department, Archie Hamilton, Butch, Cristi Cons, Danny Howells, DeWalta, Eelke Kleijn, Guy Mantzur, Ion Ludwig, Hernan Cattaneo, M.A.N.F.L.Y. (Audiofly & M.A.N.D.Y.), Marco Faraone, Nick Warren, RPR Soundsystem (Rhadoo, Petre Inspirescu, Raresh), Sammy Dee, tINI, Yotto, and Zip. Noon-3 a.m. Thursday, March 22, Historic Virginia Key Beach Park, 4020 Virginia Key Beach Dr., Miami . 18+. Tickets cost $80-$150 via residentadvisor.com Xima By the Pool.With Abek, Albert Aponte, Carlos Mendoza, Christian Lugaro, German Garcia, Nicole Fiallo, Patrick M, Rob More, and Shayne Pilpel. Noon-8 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at The Gates Hotel, 2360 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. Ages TBA. FREE Event. South Beach Sessions.With Kyle Rossignol, Groove_Werk, Fiat LuXx, EERIE, Vic M, and LUVr (more TBA). 1 p.m.-1 a.m. Thursday, March 22, at Fat Tuesday, 918 Ocean Ave, Miami Beach. 18+. Tickets cost $5 at the door. Gud Vibrations Boat Party.With Nghtmre B2B Slander, Ekali, Krane, Dombresky, RickyxSan, Wavedash, and 1080P. 1 p.m.-6 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at Sea Isle Marina Pier 1, 1635 N Bayshore Dr, Miami . 21+. SOLD OUT. House Your Body Pool PartyWith Loud Luxury, Bijou, Chocolate Puma, Cazztex, LondonBridge, Vicious Vic, Chris Kalaylee, Tempo, and GSepp (more TBA). 1 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at Pool at Epic, 270 Biscayne Blvd Way, Miami. Ages 21+. Tickets cost $25 via ttylevents.com. Mntra & CBW Presents...With John Acquaviva, SIOPIS, Gabriel I, Marco Effe, Loco & Jam, Justin Campbell, Kevin Anderson, Lubelski, Zach Walker, Brando, Frank Terry, Bad Beat, Lance Le Rok, J.Handel, Oscar Molina, Rob Fernandez, Prototype, Mala Strana, Gambit, Skye, Roswell, SpeakerHoney, Grand Puma, FlowFly, and Chris Garcia. 1 p.m.-5 a.m. Thursday, March 22, at Ocean's Ten, 960 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach. 21+. Ticket point of sale TBA, event Facebook Dance Ritual: Afternoon Delight.With E.O.L Soulfrito (live), Louie Vega, Anané Vega, and Josh Milan. 2 p.m.-10 9.m. Thursday, March 22, at 1-800-LUCKY, 143 NW 23rd St., Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $15 via eventbrite.com Last Night on Earth Cruise.With Sasha, Alan Fitzpatrick, La Fleur, and Vonda7. 3:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at Biscayne Lady Yacht, 401 Biscayne Blvd., Miami. 21+. Early Bird only available via promoter e-mail at [email protected] or call 1-786-201-0029. General on-sale date TBA at wantickets.com Stereo Productions Sunset Yacht Party.With Chus & Ceballos, Dee Montero, and Oscar L. 7:00 p.m.-midnight Thursday, March 22, at Musette Yacht at Sea Isle Marina, 1635 N Bayshore Dr., Miami, 21+. SOLD OUT. A Change of Pace.With DJ Sneak, Junior Sanchez, Supernova, Sydney Blu, Love & Logic, Joe Pompeo, Blaqwell, JC Hanna, and Rupert Wall x Max Sprauer. 7 p.m.-4:15 a.m. Thursday, March 22, at C-Level Rooftop Terrace, 1020 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $5 via residentadvisor.net Galaxy Music Gathering VI.With Uberzone, Juan Atkins, Spacemen, Simply Jeff, Scratch-D, Splack Pack, Code Rising vs. Ohverclock, JimiTheGenius, Shade, Lifeless Tissue, Illmatck Phlow, VJ Psyberpixie, Versa-Style, James Wolfe, Gucci Bass, Audiobotz, Knoxz, Rek One, Influx Us, Lady J Spins, Synerbuzz, MEdley, Eternal, Skinner, and FA73. 8:00 p.m.-5:00 a.m. Thursday, March 22, at Studio 23, 247 23RD St., Miami Beach, 21+. Tickets cost $60-$80 via galaxymusicgathering.com Soulection Radio Tour.With Joe Kay (more TBA) 9:00 p.m.-3:00 a.m Thursday, March 22, at 1-800-LUCKY, 143 NW 23rd St., Miami. 18+. Tickets cost $10 via eventbrite.com. David Morales & Friends.With David Morales, DJ Spen, Hector Romero, Armand Pena, David "Pachanga" Soto, Brandon Morales, and Janice Robinson. 9:00 p.m.-3:00 a.m Thursday, March 22, at The Garden Food and Bar, 270 NW 23rd St, Wynwood,. 18+. Tickets cost $20 via residentadvisor.com. This Ain't Bristol Showcase.With Eli Soul Clap, Billy Kenny, Maximono, Huxley, Mikey Lion, Josh Butler, Lee Reynolds, Audiojack, Weiss, Option 4, Middath, GAWP, Devon James, Dark Shades, and Good Vibes Soundclash (more TBA). 9 p.m.-3 a.m Thursday, March 22, at Treehouse Miami, 323 23rd St., Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $25 via electrostub.com. Bedrock: Vagabonds at LargeWith John Digweed (extended set) and Tara Brooks. 10 p.m.-5 a.m. Thursday, March 22 at SQL, 30 NE 14th St, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $40 via electrostub.com The MovementWith The Cube Guys Antoine Clamaran, Paul Thomas, Andretta, Steven Rod, Loucii, and Ollie Sanders (more TBA). 10 p.m.-5 a.m. Thursday, March 22 at Anti-Social Room at Ora, 2000 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. 21+. Admission free with Protocol Miami ticket. Idris & Daley Present...With Hot Since 82 and Idris Elba (More TBA). Time TBA. Thursday, March 22, at Basement, 2901 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. 21+. Ticket point of sale TBA. Do Not Sit on WMC.With YokoO B2B Matthew Dekay, Surreal Flight, and Viktop. 10:00 p.m.-5:00 a.m Thursday, March 22, at Do Not Sit On The Furniture, 423 16th St., Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $30 via residentadvisor.com World of Drum&Bass: 20 Years.With Drumsound & Bassline Smith, The Prototypes, and DJ SS. 10:30 p.m.-6:00 a.m Thursday, March 22, at Drinkhouse Fire & Ice Bar, 1672 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. 21+. SOLD OUT. Solotoko vs Blow!With Camelphat, Sonny Fodera, Cristoph, and Mat.Joe. 11 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at FDR at Delano, 1685 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $30 via tixr.com Thomas Jack Presents...With Thomas Jack, Francesca Lombardo, and Joseph Ashworth. 11:00 p.m.-5:00 a.m. Thursday, March 22, at Trade, 1439 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. 21+. Tickets cost $15 via residentadvisor.net My HouseWith Thomas Gold, Croatia Squad, D.O.D, Hook'N'Sling, SNBRN, Throttle, and Zonderling. 11:00 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at Heart, 50 NE 11th St, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $25-$35 via tickets.heartnightclub.com 4B and FriendsWith 4B and DJ MI B2B Damien Anthony (more TBA). 11:00 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at 1306, 1306 N Miami Ave, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $25 via ticketfly.com Mark Knight & FriendsWith Mark Knight (more TBA). 11:00 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at Heart, 50 NE 11th St, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $25-$35 via tickets.heartnightclub.com Luciano.With Luciano and Barut. 11:30 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at El Tucán, 1111 SW 1st Ave, Miami. 21+. Tickets cost $100 via ticketleap.com
2017.12.02 05:41 mrbigbluff21I am trying to clean up a large contact list spreadsheet and have 2 huge issues, looking for VBA code
Hi everyone! Appreciate any smart excel vba folks who can help me with a massive contact list that we are trying hard to clean up. Basically I have noticed 2 major issues with it. The first one is that many individual contacts (meaning multiple contacts within the same company) and we want to break these out into seperate rows but keep all the other information. For example if Company A has 2 names listed Frank and Bob and maybe 2 emails [email protected] and [email protected] all within one row... I'd like to have code that breaks this out to one line with Frank's info and the other with Bob's but the company name, address, etc carries over to both. There could be up to 5 names listed within one cell.... The 2nd issue (probably easier) is that the company addresses all got smushed together into the Address1 line. So Street, city, state, and zip all are smashed together and we need to separate these out. The tough part is that they don't all follow the same format and some are city dash state or street space city comma state. Each line could have something different which will make this a little tricky still. Not sure if anyone has any ideas but I have over 10,000 rows so doing this all manually isn't really possible. even if your solution only gets me 90% there that would be amazing! Data:
2017.12.02 04:22 mrbigbluff21VBA Help! Very large contact list that we're trying to clean up - 2 issues
Hi everyone! Appreciate any smart excel vba folks who can help me with a massive contact list that we are trying hard to clean up. Basically I have noticed 2 major issues with it. The first one is that many individual contacts (meaning multiple contacts within the same company) and we want to break these out into seperate rows but keep all the other information. For example if Company A has 2 names listed Frank and Bob and maybe 2 emails [email protected] and [email protected] all within one row... I'd like to have code that breaks this out to one line with Frank's info and the other with Bob's but the company name, address, etc carries over to both. There could be up to 5 names listed within one cell.... The 2nd issue (probably easier) is that the company addresses all got smushed together into the Address1 line. So Street, city, state, and zip all are smashed together and we need to separate these out. The tough part is that they don't all follow the same format and some are city dash state or street space city comma state. Each line could have something different which will make this a little tricky still. Not sure if anyone has any ideas but I have over 10,000 rows so doing this all manually isn't really possible. even if your solution only gets me 90% there that would be amazing! Data:
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