100 Things to Do in Broward County Before You Die (# 80-61)
Yesterday, we started laying out our BroCo bucket list -- 100 things to do in Broward County until you kick the proverbial bucket. Today, we carry on! Here are numbers 61-80:
80. Crash a party at Rick Ross' mansion.
Photo by Ian Witlen
Ricky Rozay may rap about the 305, but he lays his head in the 954.
79. Learn to cook iguana tacos.
The green iguana is considered a pesky invasive species in South Florida. And iguana meat is a culinary tradition in Mexico and reportedly tastes pretty great in a taco. Parboil in saltwater, followed by roasting or stewing. (Kidding! Leave those iguanas alone! We bet their meat is gross!)
78. Hang with the witches.
OK, so followers of the "Earth Religion" prefer being called "pagans" rather than "witches," but they're lots of fun, and their rituals often involve wine. See moonpathcuups.org.
77. Cycle at the velodrome.
Velodrome racing in the 1800s was akin to NASCAR of today. Ride on the steeply banked oval track at Brian Piccolo Park -- one of only three in the southeastern U.S.
76. Find love at a "nerds singles mixer."
If you're coupled up already, then just browse the wares at Tate's Comics and its upstairs Bear and Bird Boutique + Gallery.