Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez made their relationship Prime 112 official Tuesday night, supping behind the curtains of the private wine room before friend and Market America founder Loren Ridinger stopped by the restaurant to say hi to them. Lopez was J-Lo casual, wearing a white Gucci T-shirt with the words “Blind For Love,” and paired it with a floral skit, red pumps and a white Hermès Birkin. The Vegas entertainer was swarmed by paparazzi Thursday afternoon at SoMi Fitness.
Moët & Chandon celebrated Chris Brown’s the “Party Tour” Monday at Mokai. The Grammy award-winning singer, who allegedly punched a photographer Monday night at the Aja Channelside night club in Tampa, joined pals Meek Mill, Yo Gotti and Casanova for a night of partying that ended with Brown receiving his own set of the champagne brand’s Nectar Impérial Rosé bottles.
Sugar Factory Ocean Drive and Voli 305 held a private dinner Wednesday to celebrate recording artist Movi3’s new release “Need A Bag.” Jason Derulo was there in support.
American Football Hall of Fame player Thurman Thomas was also seen there Saturday. Thomas, who spent most of his NFL career with the Buffalo Bills, was spotted in the main dining room along with former NFL Hall of Famers such as the five-time pro bowler and Lombardi Award winner Cornelius Bennett and UM and Miami Dolphins’ own Randal "Thrill" Hill and their family members. Joining this NFL star-studded table was Louis Gregory, the CEO of Uncle Louie LLC who is responsible for managing stars like Bill Goldberg, Evander Holyfield, and The Fat Boys, among others.
Actress/model Ali Landry dined with her movie director husband Alejandro Gomez Monteverde Tuesday night at Dashi at the River Yacht Club.
“Orange is the New Black” star Dascha Polanco was spotted lifting weights solo last Friday at Equinox South Beach.
King Mohammed VI of Morocco continued his culinary tour of Miami after his visit to River Yacht Club with another feast, this time on Monday night at Villa Azur where he and his family and entourage had dinner in an "intimate" corner of the restaurant.
Last Wednesday, the Miami Heat’s Hassan Whiteside had dinner at Barton G The Restaurant with his mom, Debbie, and other family members, his second time this month.
When Caleb Sloan wrote and illustrated his story about recycling monsters, he never dreamed it would become an Earth Day PSA airing on Nicktoons, one of his favorite television networks. Combining hand-drawn monsters and a playful, yet powerful message, the 7-year-old Miami boy had originally created the concept as part of a project-based learning class on recycling at his school, Lehrman Community Day school. That’s when his parents’ creative agency, 2C, recognized the young artist’s budding strengths and helped him turn his vision into an animated PSA video using Sloan’s voice as the narrator. Since then, Sloan’s “Monster Recycling” video caught the attention of Nickelodeon, which is giving it a special Earth Day airing on its Nicktoons channel this Saturday within the 8-10 a.m. programming block. You can also see the video at https://vimeo.com/213698752.