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What to make of LeBron James, Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade meeting for lunch?

 
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So what to make of Dwyane Wade, LeBron James and Chris Bosh together Wednesday afternoon in the second-floor member’s lounge at Soho Beach House? Besides the fact that they asked for high security, salads and no visitors, who knows. “They were relaxed and laughing,” says our snitch. Prior to the big pow wow, where they snacked on watermelon salad and chips with guacamole, Bosh was seen lunching with three men at Khong River House. Later that night we saw James and his wife Savannah being escorted onto the field at the Beyoncé and Jay Z concert. LeBron was wearing a Miami Heat hat, if that means anything.

Adam Levine’s model fiancée Behati Prinsloo had her model-studded bachelorette party last week at Wall at the W South Beach.

Gloria Estefan will kick off an invitation-only, daylong celebration at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Miami Marine Stadium. Estefan, a trustee of the National Trust for Historic Preservation who was named the “Voice of Miami Marine Stadium” in May 2013, will be joined by representatives from the National Trust and Friends of Miami Marine Stadium to unveil several recent, high-profile accomplishments in the campaign to restore the iconic stadium, including an announcement by Estefan herself.

A slew of celebs in town last week for DJ Irie’s charity weekend were seen chilling at the Aqua Bar & Grill at the National Hotel. Among them: Nick Cannon, Orange Is the New Black’s Dascha Polanco, Adrian Grenier and Chelsea Lately sidekick Chuy Bravo. Over at Lucky Strike as part of Irie’s events were Kevin Dillon and actor Omar Miller.

Identical twin comedians and sportscasters The Sklar Brothers — Jason and Randy — were seen snacking Thursday in the Living Room at the W Fort Lauderdale while catching the US v. Germany soccer game.

Model Tyson Beckford was seen Thursday night, “in the wee hours,” at SET, sharing a bottle of Grey Goose with some pals.

Calling all South Florida firefighters: Can you cook? The Steak-mmm Firehouse Challenge is asking for your firehouse’s best recipes for the chance to win $20,000. Deadline to submit recipes is July 5. To enter, go to www.firehousechallenge2014.com.

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