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Things are starting to pick up again.
I even had a party at my house, for the Super Bowl. More than 20 people came. Six countries were represented.
But because my house is not open to everyone, I’m gonna tell you where you can go this month to have a good time.
The German cellist has gotten rave reviews all over Europe. Now’s your chance to see him here.
Urban Buddha Hostel
Flamenco en Vivo
7:30 p.m., Feb. 20, Cra. 73A 38-55, Laureles
Cover charge: 10,000 pesos
7 p.m., Feb. 26, Espacio, Carrera 37A #8-43 Office 802
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Sorry, none this month. It is one of only two — September is the other — that does not have a holiday.
Medellin Living Meetup
This is looking like it will be the best-attended Medellin Living event ever, so don’t miss it.
“Una Noche Cubana” starts at 8 p.m. on Feb. 8 at La Bodeguita Havanera, where everyone will receive a 15 percent discount on all their food. Because it’s a Saturday, there will be live music.
The live music theme will carry over to Son Havana, where a salsa band will be playing and we will be dancing.
If you’re looking for a laugh, this duo can provide it, assuming you speak Spanish.
I guess February is for comedic duos because here’s another event to entertain you.