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beauty and indie cul­ture,” il­lus­trated, lit­er­ally, on the pierced and tat­tooed skin of a con­fi­dently provoca­tive squad of young women for the past 16 years, now looks like an­other trip to the mall. But, in #MeToo 2018, their cool self-as­sur­ance is at­trac­tive for rea­sons hav­ing noth­ing to do with bared skin. Sui­cideGirls per­form their “Star Wars”-meets-“Stranger Things” Black­heart Bur­lesque re­vue 9 p.m. Satur­day in the back­stage Glea­son Room at the Fill­more Mi­ami Beach. Tick­ets cost $28. Visit Black­heartBur­

It’s not re­ally a Mi­ami party un­til Paris Hil­ton shows up. The doyenne of celebrity DJ trendi­ness will per­form on Satur­day at the SLS South Beach ho­tel on a bill with the ladies of Nervo, DJ Chuckie and Jax Jones. OnValen­tine’s Day, Hil­ton re­leased a new sin­gle, “I Need You.” Tick­ets start at $150. Visit Face­

If you are look­ing for a palate-cleanser af­ter all that prob­ing dig­i­tal en­ter­tain­ment, be ready for the Nu Deco Ensem­ble at Mi­ami’s Ar­sht Cen­ter on Thurs­day when they will col­lab­o­rate with the tal­ented and ir­rev­er­ent Ben Folds on the mu­sic of Queen and Stravin­sky. Tick­ets starts at $20. Visit Ar­shtCen­

Im­mod­est pro­posal

The most fa­mous dancer in Mi­ami this side of Ul­tra, the sway­ing woman on the side of the In­ter­Con­ti­nen­tal Mi­ami, will make way for two ro­man­tics to pop the ques­tion on the 19-story dig­i­tal can­vas that lights up the side of the build­ing each night. The ho­tel is look­ing for the best “how we met” story, with two win­ning cou­ples get­ting to cus­tom­ize a scrolling mes­sage on the ho­tel’s mas­sive LEDdis­play, fol­lowed by a com­pli­men­tary stay at the ho­tel and cham­pagne. Story sub­mis­sions can be made through April 10 at Face­­terCon­ti­nen­talMi­ami.

Week­end beer

Like pretty much ev­ery­thing, beer is bet­ter with women. The sec­ond an­nual Fe­mAle Brew Fest, a cel­e­bra­tion of women in the brew­ing in­dus­try 2-8 p.m. Satur­day in down­town Fort Laud­erdale’s Huizenga Plaza (An­drews and Las Olas), will in­clude beer from 30 brew­eries, 18 ven­dors, four bands and the women and men who love them. The mu­sic will come from the Mona Lisa Tribe, Sum­mer Gill, Dyna Edyne, Draw­ing Bored and DJ La Trice Perry. Lo­cal brew­eries in­volved in­clude Funky Bud­dha, Laud­erAle, Pros­per­ity, In­va­sive Species, Ac­com­plice, Due South, Tar­pon River, Con­crete Beach, Bar­rel of Monks, NightLife and oth­ers. Tick­ets start at $15, with a por­tion of pro­ceeds go­ing to the Pink Boots So­ci­ety and River­walk Fort Laud­erdale. Visit Fe­

The write man

South Florida mu­ral­ist Renda Writer will be mak­ing his text-based art at Lost Week­end in West Palm Beach 5-10 p.m. Sun­day, as part of Bo­hemïa AG’s MIX­TAPE se­ries. Happy-hour drinks are half-price 5-8 p.m. Ad­ven­tur­ous con­ver­sa­tion with the glo­be­trot­ting Writer is free. Visit Face­­daWriter.

Struts and shocks

At some point, the an­nual CrawDe­bauch­ery Food & Mu­sic Fes­ti­val, re­turn­ing to the field at the Pom­pano Beach Am­phithe­ater11a. m.-10 p.m. Satur­day, may be bet­ter known for the de­bauch­ery than the craw. This year’s mu­sic lineup is led by English glam rock­ers the Struts, on a short list of bands that have opened for the Rolling Stones and Mot­ley Crue. Other per­form­ers in­clude An­ders Os­bourne, Mag­gie Ko­erner, Dash Rip Rock, Bon­erama Brass Band, Otis Cadil­lac, the Tron­gone Band and South­ern Av­enue. Tick­ets start at $40. Visit CrawDe­bauch­

Take the kids

The Mu­seum of Dis­cov­ery and Science in down­town Fort Laud­erdale at 10:30 a.m. today will open the new out­door Science Park you’ve watched go up along Broward Boule­vard the past few months. The space, part of the sec­ond phase of the mu­seum's $35 mil­lion ex­pan­sion, will of­fer hands-on learn­ing of prin­ci­ples in physics, en­gi­neer­ing and other dis­ci­plines. But they had me at “ten­nis-ball launcher.” Mu­seum ad­mis­sion costs $16, $13 for ages 2-12. Visit

Take the kids II

This is your last week­end to take in the 25th an­nual edi­tion of the UniverSoul Circus, set up at Mi­ra­mar Re­gional Park through Sun­day and of­fer­ing a uniquely mul­ti­cul­tural lineup of per­form­ers from Trinidad and Tobago, Gabon, South Africa, Ethiopia, China, Cuba, Peru, Mex­ico, Colom­bia and the United States. They had me at Peru’s Gi­ant Wheel of Death. Tick­ets start at $10 for morn­ing shows, $20 for nights and week­ends. Visit Uni­ver­Soul­Cir­

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