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Savannah Brinson’s new juice bar looking for staffers

 
 
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Savannah Brinson isn’t content being a courtside basketball wife. LeBron James’ new bride recently shared photos of her soon-to-open venture, The Juice Spot, serving liquid health in the Brickell area. Brinson reportedly got into the raw, cold-pressed juice craze after trying them out while dropping pounds for their wedding. Hubby gushed about his bride on Instagram. “I’m extremely proud of u, more than u know.” And serious congratulatory hashtags were in order: #MyWifeIsPrettyCoolandSexy #BusinessWoman. Reality co-star/ Kim Kardashian bestie Jonathan Cheban has already been in, helping sample and name a few drinks, as per TJS’s Instagram. Who knew Cheban was keeping up with the Jameses? General manager Danielle Janke says The Juice Spot (not a franchise) is looking for help in both the front and back of the house. Stop by (1800 SW First Ave., Ste 104), call 786-502-3936 or email info@thejuicespotmiami.com.

Concert news

He’s baaaack. Adam Lambert rocked the house at the InterContinental Miami Make-A-Wish Ball earlier this month and will return for a repeat performance Nov. 30 at the Fontainebleau. If you want to take a staycation, packages start at $299 a night. Upgrade to VIP status to meet Lambert. Book: www.BLEAULIVE.com or 800-548-8886.

Madeleine Marr

Zestfully clean

Congrats to Miami Beach’s Marielle Sainz, whose Swipes — disposable deodorant wipes — she created has landed her as a finalist in Bethenny Franke l’s “Bethenny In Your Business $20,000 Giveaway.” Sainz (who bravely sniffed her armpit on the air via Skype) will head to New York for the final round of the competition and a live taping of the ex-Real Housewife’s ABC show.

Power breakfast

Leigh Anne Tuohy, the protagonist of the nonfiction bestseller The Blind Side: Evolution of a Game and its film adaptation, will share her story at United Way of Miami-Dade’s 13th Annual United Way Women’s Leadership Breakfast Wednesday at BankUnited Center. Lesley Abravanel

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