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Chris Bosh to celebrate 30th birthday at E11even

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Chris Bosh celebrates his 30th birthday Sunday night at swanky strip club E11even and, shockingly, the party is open to the public. Doors open at 10 p.m. For tables in the so-called “Boshpit,” call 305-305-6611.

Miami Heat's colorful Chris “Birdman” Andersen was seen on St. Patrick's Day keeping lean with a healthy grilled turkey burger at Brother Jimmy's BBQ Restaurant in Brickell.

LeBron James, Sprite and an effervescent crowd celebrated the launch of Sprite 6 Mix Thursday at SL Miami. James was joined by his wife, Savannah, teammate Norris Cole and director Michael Bay. Also seen at the party were Cleveland Browns player Donte Whitner, New York Jets QB Geno Smith and super model Nina Agdal.

Rapper/actor and star of T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle, T.I., was seen Tuesday night with an entourage of eight at the Delano Beach Club. Trying to stay under the radar in a white T-shirt, blue jeans and baseball hat, the rapper ordered pitchers of Miami Vice to share with his party.

Maria Sharapova was spotted Monday at the JW Marriott Marquis Miami’s NBA-approved basketball arena, which was recently converted to a tennis court for the Sony Open. The tennis bombshell hosted a private tennis clinic for the Swiss luxury watch company Tag Heuer. Rumor has it that several other top 10 players are staying at the hotel and practicing on the indoor tennis court.

Bombay Sapphire's VIP Player's Party Tuesday night at Cavalli Restaurant and Lounge was a who’s who of the Sony Open: Rafael Nadal, Sloane Stephens, Elena Vesnina, Jelena Jankovic, Alize Cornet, Svetlana Kuznetsova, Dominika Cibulkova, Martina Hingis and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. Spinning the soundtrack was the Machine of Florence and the Machine fame. According to our source, Nadal, also seen with some tennis pals at Zuma, was a highlight, “a true sweetheart, taking pictures with fans and mingling with everyone while ‘cheersing’ ” with Bombay Sapphire cocktails. “Really humble and down to earth,” said the source.

Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, Serena Williams, Ana Ivanovic, Venus Williams, the Bryan brothers, and Marion Bartoli raised $18,000 Tuesday by playing against amateurs at the Fifth Annual Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne, Miami All-Star Charity Tennis Event for First Serve Miami, an organization that teaches tennis to economically and socially challenged youth.

Lil' Wayne showed up Wednesday at the sold-out Tyler the Creator at Revolution Live in Fort Lauderdale, standing on the side of the stage to catch the performance.


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