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Marc Anthony & friends dine at Bianca

Marc Anthony was getting in the good graces of his girlfriend Chloe’s father, Topshop tycoon Sir Philip Green, and his son Brandon at dinner Monday night at Bianca at the Delano. On Tuesday, tennis legend Martina Navratilova and a female pal had lunch there.

Mana lead singer Fher Olvera had dinner and red wine Monday at Zuma. Spotted on the restaurant’s terrace was Spanish politician and former President of Madrid, The Countess of Murillo, Esperanza Aguirre.

The Real Housewives of Orange County’s Gretchen Rossi was seen last Thursday and Friday at SUSHISAMBA.

Fisher Island resident and actress Sharon Gless stopped by The Forge Monday night with a friend and enjoyed several cocktails and wine.

A lean Sean Combs, who, along with partner Mark Wahlberg launched sports water AquaWater , seems to be taking his healthy lifestyle to a new level: He was seen Tuesday afternoon going through a tough cardio workout with his trainer at Equinox South Beach.

Athletes came out to lend a hand, literally, to the arts at Young At Art Museum in Davie last week. Former Miami Marlins players Charles Johnson and Cliff Floyd, former Miami Dolphins players Sam Madison and Patrick Surtain, and Miami Heat’s Eddie Jones all dipped their hands in paint and decorated bases, basketballs and footballs that will be auctioned off during the Stomp for YAA Gala at the Museum at 7:30 p.m. April 26. Johnson and his wife Rhonda are event chairs.

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