‘Mor­mon’ gam­bling

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sy­chuk men­tioned be­fore his re­cent de­par­ture for greener grass in­cluded Apeiro out at Del­ray Mar­ket­place (14917 Lyons Road), where the ribs ap­par­ently are pure “heaven.” I am a rib guy and, while most fa­mil­iar and sat­is­fied with what they do in Texas, am in­trigued by John’s de­scrip­tion of the Apeiro Greek-style prepa­ra­tion and its rose­mary-fig-bar­be­cue sauce. This feels like the week­end for ribs. Info: ApeiroRes­tau­rants.com.

Your brand-new bag

Not run­ning in high heels … Per­haps you pre­fer a more seden­tary way of work­ing for a good cause. How about sleep­ing? On March 18, the Young Pros for Covenant House will have their sig­na­ture Sleep Out, a com­mu­nal out­door pa­jama party (PJs op­tional) that raises money to help get home­less young peo­ple off the street. If you are on the fence about sleep­ing out, let the Young Pros talk you into bed dur­ing a free so­cial at Rhythm & Vine Beer Gar­den (401 NE 5th Ter­race, Fort Laud­erdale) from 6 to 8 p.m. Thurs­day (Jan. 28). There, you can net­work, ask past sleep­ers about their ex­pe­ri­ences, reg­is­ter for a sleep­ing bag and join the Sleep Out move­ment. At­ten­dees get one free drink and light ap­pe­tiz­ers, spon­sored by PF Chang’s. More info: Face­book.com/ YPFCH.

The tough­est ticket of the week (sorry, Madonna) is “The Book of Mor­mon” at Fort Laud­erdale’s Broward Cen­ter Jan. 26-Feb. 7. To an­swer the call, the pro­duc­ers of this giddy bit of heresy (which cre­ators Matt Stone and Trey Parker of “South Park” prom­ise is “God’s fa­vorite mu­si­cal”) will hold pre-show lotteries at the box of­fice for a lim­ited num­ber of $25 tick­ets. To get in on the deal, you must sub­mit an en­try form at the box of­fice be­gin­ning 2 1⁄ hours be­fore

2 each per­for­mance, and win­ners will be drawn ran­domly two hours be­fore cur­tain time. You need to be present to win, and tick­ets (limit two) are cash only. More info: 954-462-0222, BrowardCen­ter.org.

Lady Madonna

Oh, yes, Madonna. She was sup­posed to open her Rebel Heart tour in Mi­ami’s Amer­i­canAir­lines Arena last sum­mer, and she’s just now get­ting here. We’re used to wait­ing for her, and re­views of shows on the tour sug­gest she’s still worth it: The Los An­ge­les Times found her as provoca­tive as ever, but also will­ing to have fun, as in an “ap­peal­ingly daffy” ver­sion of the French stan­dard “La Vie en Rose,” in which she ac­com­pa­nied her­self on ukulele. Tick­ets: $40-$355 at Tick­et­mas­ter.com.

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