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3/19: Eyes on the Pras

Break out the LBD: It's a fine night for a gala

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    3/19: Eyes on the Pras
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    Rapper Pras perfroms during the 36th AFI Life Achievement Award tribute to Warren Beatty held at the Kodak Theatre on June 12, 2008 in Hollywood, California.

    IT'S IN THE STARS: If this Friday evening you're looking to skip your usual routine of ice cream and your couch, then we have a pretty great alternative. The Hearts And Stars Gala Benefit at Casa Malinka in Miami Beach will bring out some of Miami's finest and some celebrities, too. Cocktails, hor d'oeuvres, fashion and a celebrity auction will all benefit The Little Lighthouse and Ronald McDonald House. Guests will be entertained by multi-Grammy award winner and original member of The Fugees, Pras, who will be performing singles from his new solo album and a few Fugee classics, too. 7 P.M.

    FASHION FORWARD: Usually fashion for ladies in Miami consists of whatever involves not wearing pants (or underwear for that matter). But Nikki Beach is giving the runway a go this weekend with Addicted to Fashion, which will consist of three days of style events. Tonight, it's Beauty Night Out, during which women are invited to get airbrushed, have their cellulite massaged, their nails and hair did, their fortune told, and lots more. 7-11 P.M. RSVP to addictedtofashion@nikkibeach.com.

    DEATH MEETS ART: If you would consider your home decor conservative -- Van Gogh "Starry Night" poster owner, we're talking to you -- we suggest you stop reading this now. If you would consider your home a little out of the box, however, then we have the perfect artist for you. The Spinello Gallery is hosting the very dark collection of Dead Dads Club Corp.'s debut exhibition, "The Final Performance," running through April 3. If art like a 79x64 crayon drawing of a young male snuff victim sounds right up your alley, then buy early. CEO Scott Shannon says he believes that Death Dad Club Corp.'s XXXL crayon images will soon be the the best provider of out there art. We're not sure if they have much competition, but none the less, good luck.