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What You're Doing This Week: January 27-February 2

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What You're Doing This Week

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Jerry Seinfeld is performing at Hard Rock Live this weekend.

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Jerry Seinfeld at Hard Rock Live

Don't be left "Out of the Loop" this weekend. Head to Hard Rock Live (5747 Seminole Way in Hollywood) on Friday, Jan. 31 or Saturday, Feb. 1 to see legendary comedian Jerry Seinfeld's standup routine. The show starts at 8 p.m. each night. Tickets start at $79 and there are also dinner packages available. For more information, visit www.hardrocklivehollywood.com. After the show, consider indulging in the "Kramer experience" at Pizza Dude (451 W. 41st St. in Miami Beach), the only place in town where you can make your own pizza just like Kramer masterminded in episode 2 of the first season of "Seinfeld." Pizza Dude's got all of the freshest ingredients imaginable so that you can concoct your dream pizza. For more information, visit www.pizzadude.biz.
 
Casatekka Kick-off at ONE Lounge
 
Head to Barezzito South Beach (2000 Collins Ave.) on Friday, Jan. 31, for some great sushi and stay all night as the restaurant's lounge, ONE, hosts the the grand opening celebration for a new monthly party called Casatekka – a Brazilian-themed bash that starts at midnight. The upscale event is open to the public, with free admission before 1 a.m. for those whose names are on the guest list. After 1 a.m., there's a $20 cover charge. For more information or to RSVP, contact Nelson Diaz at 786.380.7724 or visit www.barezzitousa.com.
 
MOCA's Mystery Dates
 
The Museum of Contemporary Art’s highly anticipated fundraiser Mystery Dates combines culture, philanthropy, and intrigue in one fun and fabulous evening. Mystery Dates takes place Saturday, Feb. 1, and starts with a cocktail party at MOCA, at 770 NE 125 St. During the cocktail, each guest will discover the location of the private collectors' home in which they will enjoy a glamorous dinner. That's the mystery! During the cocktail party, guests will have a chance to tour the “Tracey Emin: Angel without You” exhibition and bid on silent auction items while enjoying cocktails from GREY GOOSE Vodka and tasty hors d’oeuvres from Lyon + Lyon. A surprise musical guest will perform. From "an artist studio on the Miami River to MiMo house in Morningside, to a Venetian Island home with stunning cityscape views, each dinner locale reflects the fascinating range of people who love and collect art in Miami." This year's hosts include: George Sanchez Calderon, Lizzie Dascal, Jessica and Elliot Dornbusch, Lorena and Evelio Gomez, Raul Guijarro de Pablo, Kathryn and Dan Mikesell, and Marcella and Daniel Novela. After dinner, guests are invited to an afterparty at SET, for drinks and dancing. Tickets for Mystery Dates are $200 and may be purchased by calling 305.893.6211or visiting www.mocanomi.org. Members of the MOCA Shakers are eligible for a $50 discount. Proceeds from the event benefit MOCA exhibitions of experimental and emerging artists.

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