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Michael J. Fox & family dine at Prime 112


Michael J. Fox was seen having a family dinner Saturday at Prime 112. Fox, wife Tracy Pollan and their kids dined in the restaurant’s wine room for an early dinner. Sunday night, he was at Casa Tua.

Actress Maura Tierney was seen Sunday afternoon, relaxing poolside at the Mondrian South Beach. With guests frolicking in the pool and watching football in the cabanas the Emmy-nominated actress sat poolside, drinking water and working on her tan. Other than a few guests pointing in her direction, she went unnoticed.

Uber producer and Miami resident Pharrell Williams tied the knot to his longtime girlfriend, model Helen Lasichanh, over the weekend at Coconut Grove’s Kampong. Among the guests in town: Usher, seen lunching at The Betsy Saturday, and Busta Rhymes.

Hip hop reigned supreme Friday at Cameo when chart topper Young Dro performed. On Saturday, funnyman Kevin Hart held court in the VIP section, toasting friends and fans with multiple bottles of Remy cognac.

Reality star turned talk show host Bethenny Frankel seen dining with Sheldon Burnett, president at South Florida-based Wolf Run Financial LLC, Friday night at Makoto in Bal Harbour. The former Real Housewives of New York star graciously signed autographs and posed for quick pictures on the restaurant’s terrace.

Megawatt DJ Afrojack was seen over the weekend dining at new Parisian Lincoln Road bistro Colette along with the restaurant’s investor, Opium Group honcho Roman Jones.

Biggest Loser trainer Jillian Michaels kicked off her weekend in Miami Friday at the Shore Club. Michaels was seen partying in the hotel’s three story penthouse suite for a private event with Sweat USA. We asked a spy if she was drinking, but though she was overheard saying she does indeed imbibe from time to time, she was not at this time.

Hennessy V.S celebrated the GQ MEN Book with a big party Saturday night at Hyde Beach, hosted by Dwyane Wade, who arrived looking sharp with girlfriend Gabrielle Union. The couple was seen enjoying the surprise performance by Hennessy brand ambassador Nas, who took the stage and performed many hits. Nas was also spotted having dinner earlier that night at CATCH Miami.

Model Karolina Kurkova, sporting a blue blazer and fitted white jeans, had dinner Sunday with a large group on Zuma’s riverfront terrace. Also seen there was former Aventura lead singer Romeo Santos.

Jason Kennedy of E! News was seen enjoying a later dinner and drinks with friends Saturday at Bianca at Delano.

Spinning Saturday at SET is Connor Cruise (you may be familiar with his dad Tom). Cruise is a big name in the electronic music world, working as a producer and on remixes and original tracks.

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