Nick Jonas, soccer superstar James Rodriguez, New York Giants player John Pierre-Paul and the Miami Marlins’ own Giancarlo Stanton were all seen partying Sunday at LIV. There were also two bachelorette groups in the crowd including Kevin Hart’s fiancée, Eniko Parrish, and, celebrating a friend’s bachelorette was Johnny Manziel’s ex, Colleen Crowley, who was spotted dancing with girlfriends and drinking champagne. Jonas is in town for a Friday show in Sunrise with Demi Lovato. Post show, he is expected to host a Dobel Tequila after party at Wall.
Another Jonas brother was spotted Sunday night at Soho Beach House — Joe Jonas — dining with three pals.
Superstar British soccer player Andy Carroll was spotted with friends Thursday at Bagatelle Miami Beach. Just minutes after settling in, their table “was surrounded by a bevy of pretty models,” says our snitch who added that Carroll was “being quite the gentleman — the magnum bottle of Dom kept pouring, and he posed for photos with fans and had a blast.”
Colombian soccer player Rodriguez (Real Madrid) was also seen with a pal Sunday at Juvia Miami, where they shared appetizers and enjoyed drinks.
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Former Dolphins player Ricky Williams was seen Friday at Market Miami Beach where he was overheard saying it was the best steak he had in a long time.
Captain America actor Anthony Mackie was seen having drinks with friends Friday at Sweet Liberty.
Retired basketball player Shawn Marion was spotted enjoying lunch Saturday at Dolce Italian at The Gale South Beach. On vacation with friends, the former Mavericks and Miami Heat star was seen enjoying the scenery at Dolce Italian. Also spotted that night having dinner with a group of friends was CSI: Miami star David Caruso.
The NBA and Mountain Dew hosted a 3x3 basketball competition this past weekend at National YoungArts Foundation. The ultimate fan experience, the festivities welcomed hundreds of attendees who listened to tunes from Miami’s biggest DJs (DJ Irie, Papa Keith, DJ Epps), tasted food from trucks such as House of Mac, and interacted with iconic past and present Miami Heat players like Alonzo Mourning, Gary Payton, and Udonis Haslem.
The Forge’s Al Malnik was honored last Monday at the star-studded Friars Foundation Gala in NYC. The evening featured appearances by Larry King, Kat Graham, and Rosario Dawson, among others. The recipient of the Friars Club Icon Award for Philanthropy, Malnik is a Lifetime Benefactor of Make-A-Wish Southern Florida.
More congrats to Miami talent, this time to 23 Miami Music Project students who have been accepted to the National Take a Stand Festival, a joint initiative of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Aspen Music Festival, and Longy School of Music of Bard College that is taking the steps to creating a national youth orchestra inspired by social transformation. Miami Music Project is the only program to send their students to Bard College in New York and Aspen Music Festival and School in Colorado. Eighteen will be participating in the orchestra while five have been chosen to be alternates for the festival taking place this summer.